AzCRH Webinar: Caregiving Violence: Who are the victims and who are the perpetrators?
The Center for Rural Health Webinar Series
A webinar series focused on providing technical assistance to rural stakeholders to disseminate research findings, policy updates, best-practices and other rural health issues to statewide rural partners and stakeholders throughout the state.
Caregiving Violence: Who are the victims and who are the perpetrators?
- Identify risks, contexts and settings that influence violence in caregiving for those receiving and those providing care including the “special risks” related to living in rural settings.
- Describe care strategies and interventions that can reduce the risk for escalating caregiving violence
- Identify resources in rural settings that can reduce risks and promote healthy interactions between those receiving care and those providing care.
Dr. Phillips’ presentation is supported by funding from the Arizona Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program, which is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. With NIH funding and funding from other sources, for over thirty years Dr. Linda Phillips has been engaged in studying facets of aging, elder abuse, family caregiving, frailty, and dementia. Cross-cultural issues in caregiving for older individuals, particularly focused on caregiving among Mexican-Americans, has also been a major theme. She has published over 100 research papers in peer reviewed journals and has spoken on the topic of elder abuse and family caregiving to national and international groups.
For more information contact Jennifer Peters: email@example.com • 520.626.2254
This webinar is made possible through funding provided by Health Resources and Services Administration, Office for the Advancement of Telehealth (G22RH24749). Arizona State Office of Rural Health is funded granted through a grant from US Department of Health and Human Services. Grant numberH95RH00102-25-00
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