Association between Elder Mistreatment and Suicidal Ideation among Community-Dwelling Chinese Older Adults in the USA

@article{Dong2015AssociationBE,
  title={Association between Elder Mistreatment and Suicidal Ideation among Community-Dwelling Chinese Older Adults in the USA},
  author={XinQi Dong and Ruijia Chen and Bei Wu and Ning Zhang and Ada C Mui and Iris Chi},
  journal={Gerontology},
  year={2015},
  volume={62},
  pages={71 - 80}
}
Background: Elder mistreatment and suicidal ideation are important public health concerns among aging populations. However, very few studies have been conducted to explore the association between elder mistreatment and suicidal ideation. Objectives: To examine the association between elder mistreatment and suicidal ideation among Chinese older adults in the USA. Methods: Guided by a community-based participatory research approach, in this study we conducted in-person interviews with Chinese… 

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