Articles scientifiques internationaux

 

Cette section propose une sélection de publications internationales dans le champ de la maltraitance envers les personnes aînées parues depuis 2007. Une recension de la littérature scientifique est réalisée environ aux six mois afin de bonifier régulièrement cette liste de références.

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Pinsker, D.M., McFarland, K. & Stone, V. (2011). The social vulnerability scale for older adults : An exploratory and confirmatory factor analytic study. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 23(3), 246-272.


Price, T., King, P.S., Dillard, R.L. & Bulot, J.J. (2011). Elder financial exploitation implications for future policy and research in elder mistreatment. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 12(3), 354-356.


Sandmoe, A. & Kirkevold, M. (2011). Nurses’ clinical assessments of older clients who are suspected victims of abuse: an exploratory study in community care in Norway. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20(1/2), 94-102.


Santos, A.J., Ferreira-Alves, J. & Penhale, B. (2011). Prevalence of older adults' abuse and neglect in Portugal: an overview. Quality in Aging & Older Adults, 12(3), 162-173.


Schiamberg, L.B., Barboza, G.G., Oehmke, J., Zhang, Z., Griffore, R.J., Weatherill, R.P., von Heydrich, L. & Post, L.A. (2011). Elder abuse in nursing homes: An ecological perspective. Journal of Elder Abuse and neglect, 23(2), 190-211.


Shilling, D. (2011). Financial Elder Abuse. Victimization of the Elderly and Disabled, 14(3), 35-47.


Sin, C.H., Hedges, A., Cook, C., Mguni, N. & Comber, N. (2011). Adult protection and effective action in tackling violence and hostility against disabled people: some tensions and challenges. Journal of Adult Protection, 13(2), 63-74. 


Smyer, T. & Clark, M.C. (2011). A cultural paradox: elder abuse in the Native American community. Home Health Care Management & Practice, 23(3), 201-206.


Spiegel, D.R. (2011). Financial exploitation of seniors : Untangling the « How much » conundrum. Washington Lawyer, 26(3), 29-32.


Stamatel, J.P. & Mastrocinque, J.M. (2011). Using national incident-based reporting system (NIBRS) data to understand financial exploitation of the elderly: a research note. Victims & Offenders, 6(2), 117-136.


Strasser, S., M., Kerr, J., King, P., S., Payne, B., Beddington, S., Pendrick, D. & McCarty, F. (2011). A survey of Georgia adult protective service staff: Implications for older adult injury prevention and policy. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 12(3), 357-364.


Strompel, C. & Hackl, C. (2011). The breaking the taboo project- raising awareness of, and training staff in, community health and care services on violence against older women within families. Journal of Adult Protection, 13(6), 323-335.


Strumpel, C. & Hackl, C. (2011). The Breaking the Taboo projects - raising awareness of, and training staff in, community health and care services on violence against older women within families. Journal of Adult Protection, 13(6), 323-325.


Swanson Ernst, J. & Smith, C.A. (2011). Adult protective services client confirmed for self-neglect: Characteristics and service use. Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, 23(4), 289-303.


Tilse, C., Wilson, J., Rosenman, L., Morrison, D. & McCawley, A.-l. (2011). Managing older people's money: Assisted and substitute decision making in residential aged-care. Ageing and Society, 31(1), 93-109.


Toedtman, J. (2011). Curtain Call. AARP Bulletin, 52(3).


Toutin, T. (2011). Chantage à la solitude: Histoire de monsieur X, personne âgée vulnérable, victime de maltraitance financière et physique. Journal de médecine légale, droit médical, victimologie, dommage corporel, 54(4), 179-181.


Trompetter, H., Scholte, R. & Westerhof, G. (2011). Resident-to-resident relational aggression and subjective well-being in assisted living facilities. Aging and Mental Health, 15(1), 59 67.


Ulsperger, J.S. & Knottnerus, J.D. (2011). Elder Care Catastrophe: Rituals of Abuse in Nursing Homes & What You Can Do About It. Boulder, CO: Paradigm, 222 p.


Walsh, C.A., Olson, J., Ploeg, J., Lohfeld, L. & MacMillan, H. L.(2011). Elder abuse and oppression: Voices of marginalized elders. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 23(1), 17-42.


Williams, S. (2011). Safeguarding adults at risk in the NHS through inter-agency working. Journal of Adult Protection, 13(2), 100-113.


Yan, E. & Kwok, T. (2011). Abuse of older Chinese with dementia by family caregivers: An inquiry into the role of caregiver burden. International Journal of Geriatrics Psychiatry, 26(5), 527-535.


Zeranski, L. (2011). Ethical issues in elder abuse reporting : A professional psychologist’s guide. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 42(4), 294-300.


Zhang, Z., Schiamberg, L. B., Oehmke, J., Barboza, G. E., Griffore, R. J., Post, L. A. & Mastin, T. (2011). Neglect of older adults in Michigan nursing homes. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect, 23(1), 58-74.


Zhenmei, Z., Schiamberg, L. B., Oehmke, J., Barboza, G. E., Griffore, R. J., Post, L. A., & ... Mastin, T. (2011). Neglect of Older Adults in Michigan Nursing Homes. Journal Of Elder Abuse And Neglect, 23(1), 58-74.


Ziminski, C.E. & Phillips, L.R. (2011). The nursing role in reporting elder abuse: Specific examples and interventions. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 37(11), 19-23.


2010


Acierno, R., Hernandez, M. A., Amstadter, A. B., Resnick, H. S., Steve, K., Muzzy, W. & Kilpatrick, D. G. (2010). Prevalence and correlates of emotional, physical, sexual, and financial abuse and potential neglect in the United States: The National Elder Mistreatment Study. American Journal of Public Health, 100(2), 292-297.


Amstadter, A. B., Begle, A. M., Cisler, J. M., Hernandez, M. A., Muzzy, W. & Acierno, R. (2010). Prevalence and correlates of poor self-rated health in the United States: The National Elder Mistreatment Study. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 18(7), 615-623.


Ansello, E. F. & O'Neill, P. (2010). Abuse, neglect, and exploitation: Considerations in aging with lifelong disabilities. Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, 22(1), 105-130.


Ash, A. (2010). Ethics and the Street-level Bureaucrat: Implementing Policy to Protect Elders from Abuse. Ethics and Social Welfare, 4(2), 201-209.


Ballard, J. (2010). Legal implications regarding self-neglecting community-dwelling adults: A practical approach for the community nurse in Ireland. Public Health Nursing, 27(2), 181-187.


Beach, S.R., Schulz, R., Castle, N. G. & Rosen, J. (2010). Financial exploitation and psychological mistreatment among older adults : Differences between African Americans and non-African Americans in population-based survey. The Gerontologist, 50(6), 744-757.


Ben Natan, M., & Ariela, L. (2010). Study of factors that affect abuse of older people in nursing homes. Nursing Management (Harrow, London, England: 1994), 17(8), 20‑24.


Biggs, S. & Goergen, T. (2010). Theoretical development in elder abuse and neglect. Ageing International, 35(3), 167-170.


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