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Nursing Home Employees: Community Ecology and Retention
(National Institutes of Health, 2003)
Research on Persistent Pain in Late Life: Current Topics and Challenges
(Developmental and Biological Psychology, Virginia Tech, 2006-11)
Community Connections and Sense of Community among Older Adults
(Virginia Tech, 2003)
The goal of this exploratory study is to identify what factors predict sense of community in older adult community members.
Health, Spirituality and Environmental Concern: Older Women's Perspectives on the Natural Environment
(Center for Gerontology and Dept. of Human Development, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2007-11)
Three Voices are Better than One: Family Members’ Assessment of Cognitive Deficits in Late Life
(Virginia Tech, 2010)
This presentation compares subjective perceptions of memory loss among older adults diagnosed with MCI and two family members.
Final Report Abstract: Caregivers of Persons with Mild Cognitive Impairment: Information and Support Needs
(Alzheimer's Association, Medical and Scientific Affairs, 2007)
Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down: Reader Reactions to Online News Stories about IPV in Late Life
(Virginia Tech, 2011)
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a hidden public health problem that touches nearly one third of all women aged 50+ each year (Bonomi et al., 2007; Mouton, 2003). Incidents of IPV include physical, sexual, and ...
Intimate Partner Violence in Rural Aging Women: Promoting Community Knowledge
(Center for Gerontology and Dept. of Human Development Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and the Women's Resource Center of the New River Valley, 2009-10)
Home and Community-Based Service Use by Vulnerable Older Adults
(Virginia Tech, 2014-11-07)
The purpose of this study was to identify distinct profiles of service users and determine whether certain service user profiles have greater potential to meet older adults’ care needs.
Well-being and Coping Strategies of Elders Without Informal Support
(Virginia Tech, 2001-08-25)
Telephone interview data from a representative sample of 2,034 rural elders showed that 26.3% had limitations in abilities to perform daily activities (cooking, walking, cleaning, driving, etc.). Of these, many received ...