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Welcome to the website of the National Centre for the Protection of Older People (NCPOP). The centre is funded by the Health Service Executive to undertake a programme of research into elder abuse in Ireland. Through our collaborative interdisciplinary team we aim to develop a knowledge base of Irish and international research to contribute to the development of policy, practice, and education. The NCPOP website is a resource for all those working with or having contact with older people in areas such as health and social care, legal and financial services, as well as for older people themselves.

 

 

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Age Friendly Workplaces 12th June 2014 »

Abstract The question of what is needed to adapt culturally to an ageing society has become a policy priority both nationally and internationally. And while consensus appears to have been reached...

Age Friendly Workplaces 12th June 2014 »

Abstract The question of what is needed to adapt culturally to an ageing society has become a policy priority both nationally and internationally. And while consensus appears to have been reached...

Video Gallery

  • Family Carers of Older People: Results of a National Survey of Stress, Conflcit and Coping
  • The Relationship between Elder Abuse, Ageism and Human Rights
  • Age Friendly Workplaces: Seminar 12th June 2014
  • Older Women and Sexual Violence in Ireland – Evidence from Rape Crisis Centres
  • How does a bumblebee fly? Adult Safeguarding in Northern Ireland - Ms. Joyce McKee
  • Financial Abuse in Wales: A preventative approach to scams for People with dementia - Ms. Louise Hughes
  • Examining the domain of financial abuse of older people
  • Older People in Residential Care Settings: Response to a National Survey of Staff-Resident Interactions and Conflicts - Presentation of report findings - Dr. Jonathan Drennan
  • Older People in Residential Care settings: Results of a National Survey of Staff-Resident Interactions and Conflicts - Response to report findings - Prof. Karl Pillemer
  • Older People in Residential Care Settings: Results of a National Survey of Staff-Resident Interactions and Conflicts - HSE Response - Mr. Paschal Moynihan
  • Seminar: 'Older People's Experience of Mistreatment and Abuse'
  • Seminar: 'Managing elder abuse in Ireland: The senior case worker's experience'
  • Seminar: 'Identifying and making decisions about the presence of elder abuse'
  • Seminar: ‘Staff Perceptions of Elder Abuse’
  • Seminar: ‘Older People's Understanding of Elder Abuse’
  • Seminar Elder Abuse, Ethical Dilemmas & Multi-Agency Work
  • The National Study of Elder Abuse and Neglect - Implications and New Directions
  • National Profiling of Elder Abuse Referrals 2010
  • Overview of the HSE Elder Abuse Service
  • WEAAD 2011: Report from the National Centre for the Protection of Older People
  • WEAAD 2011: Conference Reflections
  • WEAAD 2011: Closing Remarks
  • WEAAD 2011: International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
  • Seminar: Legal implications of ambivalence in caregiver relationships
  • WEAAD 2011: Welcome
  • Seminar: Financial Abuse - The Legal and Regulatory Gaps
  • WEAAD 2011: Detecting and Preventing Financial Abuse of Older Adults
  • WEAAD 2011: Opening Address
  • Ireland AM: Interview with Dr. Corina Naughton
  • HSE Response to the Report on the National Study of Elder Abuse and Neglect
  • Abuse and Neglect of Older People in Ireland
  • Seminar: Complaints by older people against financial institutions
  • Seminar: Understanding Financial Abuse of Older People
  • WEAAD 2010: Overview of Elder Abuse Referrals to the HSE
  • WEAAD 2010: Researching Elder Abuse - National Centre for the Protection of Older People
  • Seminar: Media Representations of Elder Abuse
  • Seminar: Media Representations of Ageing and Identity
  • The adequacy of protecting older people from abuse and neglect - Legal provision, medico-legal inviestigation and reporting