This category covers scientific research on all aspects of elder abuse from a variety of professions and areas of expertise. The category also includes multidisciplinary efforts supporting investigation and prosecution of elder abuse or criminal neglect.
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The Clinical and Medical Forensics of Elder Abuse and Neglect
The National Academy of Sciences explores this mostly undocumented subject in their 2003 study of Elder Mistreatment in an Aging America.
Elder Abuse Forensic Center
Collaborative effort between public and private agencies focused on prevention, education and prosecution in Orange County, California. List of services and participating organizations.
Maine Elder Death Analysis Review Team (MEDART)
2003 annual report examining deaths and cases of serious bodily injury associated with suspected abuse or neglect of elderly and vulnerable adults. [PDF]
What Physicians Can and Should Do
The Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine offers a comprehensive overview of the physician's role. Includes tailored practical strategies for intervening in elder abuse. [PDF]
Last update:February 21, 2016 at 7:54:05 UTC