Chen, E. A., Twomey, M. S., & Mosqueda, L. (2010). The center of excellence on elder abuse and neglect at the University of California, Irvine. Journal of elder abuse & neglect22(3-4), 247-254.


The Center of Excellence on Elder Abuse and Neglect at the University of California, Irvine, integrates the work of five discrete but interacting domains related to elder mistreatment. These domains are local projects, research, training and education, technical assistance, and policy and advocacy. The Center is structured in such a way as to maximize information sharing and cross-pollination between the domains, build on lessons learned, and explore new ideas. This article describes the history of the Center, offers examples that highlight how the Center works, and considers the future of this model for the field of elder mistreatment.

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