Newsletters, annual reports, and other center publications

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  • Helping a Friend/Helping Yourself: Intimate Partner Violence & Rural Older Women 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2010)
    Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is physical, emotional, psychological, or sexual abuse by a husband, boyfriend or other intimate partner. IPV may include harsh or cruel criticism, threats of abandonment, intentional isolation ...
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI): What do we do now? 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2006-10)
    This brochure provides information about mild cognitive impairment, including how to recognize the condition, seek medical help, and coping strategies for patients and families.
  • Intimate Partner Violence and Rural Older Women IPV Resource List 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2010)
    A list of academic resources and websites about intimate partner violence.
  • Intimate Partner Violence & Rural Older Women NRV Community Referral List 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2010)
    A list of community resources and phone numbers for victims of intimate partner violence and community professionals.
  • Professional Response: Intimate Partner Violence & Rural Older Women 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2010)
    This brochure provides information for community professionals on how to identify and support victims of intimate partner violence.
  • Overview: Intimate Partner Violence & Rural Older Women 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2010)
    Intimate partner violence (IPV) is defined as physical, sexual, or psychological abuse by a spouse, boyfriend, or intimate partner. It is a hidden public health problem, touching nearly one third of all women aged 50+ each ...
  • Intimate Partner Violence & Rural Older Women Fact Sheet 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2010)
    Intimate partner violence (IPV) is defined as physical, sexual, or psychological abuse by a spouse, boyfriend, or intimate partner. For older victims of IPV, statistics are not readily available because domestic violence ...
  • Improving Quality: A Guide For Virginia's Personal Care Providers 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2005-08)
    The goals of every business are to grow and prosper while providing the best services possible. The challenges of providing routine care and meeting the needs of regulations become easier when systems designed to enhance ...
  • Professional Caregivers: What You Can Do to Prevent Falls in Older Adults 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2013-10)
    Falling is a major public health concern for older adults. One in 3 adults aged 65+ and 1 in 2 adults aged 80+ fall each year, often suffering major changes to health and quality of life. Unintentional falls and traumatic ...
  • Overview: Risk of Falling and Older Adults 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2013-10)
    Falls are a major public health concern for older adults. Annually, 1 out of 3 Americans aged 65+ experiences a fall. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, falls are the leading cause of hospitalization ...
  • Fear of Falling and Older Adults: Finding Balance 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2013-10)
    Falls are a major public health concern for older adults. Annually, 1 out of every 3 Americans aged 65+ experiences a fall. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, falls are the leading cause of ...
  • Fall Prevention in Late Life 

    Center for Gerontology (Virginia Tech. Center for Gerontology, 2013-10)
    Falling is a major public health concern for older adults. One in 3 adults aged 65+ and 1 in 2 adults aged 80+ fall each year, often suffering major changes to health and quality of life. Unintentional falls and traumatic ...
  • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Spring 2016 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2016)
    The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
  • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2014/Winter 2015 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2015)
    The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
  • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Spring 2010 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2010)
    The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
  • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Special Edition 2008 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2008)
    This special edition of the Center for Gerontology newsletter commemorates the center's 30th anniversary.
  • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2013 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2013)
    The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
  • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Spring 2014 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2014)
    The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
  • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Spring 2009 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2009)
    The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
  • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Spring 2012 

    Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2012)
    The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.

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