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PhD student Silvia Fraga Domínguez, from the Department of Law and Criminology at Royal Holloway, University of London (UK),  is conducting a study looking at the experiences of people who help older adults who have been victimised (whether family, friends, or others who help older people outside of a professional context). The objective of the study is to understand the barriers these individuals encounter and how older victims of abuse can be better supported.

This study has received ethical approval and is now looking for participants. While the study is based in the UK, participants from Canada and the US are welcome. Additional information is available here: and the study lead can be contacted at this email address:



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