NCPEA - National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
Elder Care

Researchers

What role do researchers play in elder abuse prevention?

Researchers can provide vital information and insight into abuse and the effectiveness of services and interventions. They can:

How can researchers get involved in elder abuse prevention?

What resources are available to help?

The National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse's (NCPEA) Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect is the nation's oldest and most comprehensive source of information on research and practice in the field of elder abuse prevention. It targets practitioners, researchers, educators, administrators, and policy makers, and is available free of charge to NCPEA members. For more information, click here.

Carp, F.M. (1999). Elder abuse in the family: An interdisciplinary model for research. New York: Springer