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Guruge, S., Sidani, S., Matsuoka, A., Man, G., & Pirner, D. (2019). Developing a comprehensive understanding of elder abuse prevention in immigrant communities: a comparative mixed methods study protocol. BMJ open, 9(1), e022736.

 

Guruge, S., Kanthasamy, P., Jokajasa, J., Wan, Y.W.T., Chinchian, M., Refaie-Shirpak, K. Paterson, P., & Sathananthan,S., (2010). Older women speak about abuse & neglect in the post-migration context.Women’s Health and Urban Life, 9(2): 15-41. 

 

Matsuoka, A., Guruge, S., Koehn, S., Beaulieu, M., & Ploeg, J. (2011). Moving forward: Development of a program of research on prevention of abuse and neglect, and health promotion among older immigrant women. Annotated Bibliography prepared for the project funded by a CIHR Meetings, plannings & dissemination grant in 2010. 

 

Guruge, S., Thomson, M.S., & Seifi, S. (2015). Mental Health and Service Issues Faced by Older Immigrants in Canada: A Scoping Review. Canadian Journal on Aging. 34.4.

 

Hepburn, S., Matsuoka, A.,  Guruge, S.,  Manuel. L. (2014, October) Elder Abuse Intervention Strategies for Ethnocultural Minority Older Adults. Canadian Association on Gerontology. 

Souto, R., Merigui, M., Guruge, S., & Jesus, M. (2015). Older Brazilian women's experience of psychological domestic violence: a social phenomenological study. International Journal for Equity in Health

Madhavi, A.V.P., Guruge, S., Schwind, J., & Schindel-Martin, L. (2014).Exploring the experiences of loneliness among older Sinhalese women in Canada. Perspectives – Journal of the Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association. 37(1), 6-14.

 

Matsuoka, A., Guruge, S., Koehn, S., Beaulieu, M., Ploeg, J. et al. (2012/2013). Prevention of abuse of older immigrant women in the post-migration context in Canada, Canadian Review of Social Policy/Revue Canadienne de Politique Sociale 68/69, 107-120.

 

Petosic, T., Guruge, S., Wilson-Mitchell, K., Tandon, R., Gunraj, A., Robertson, A., Roche, B., Di Zio, J.,; Ghosh, K., & Bauder, H. (2015) Intergenerational Violence: The Post-Migration Context in Canada. Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement.

Souto, R. Q., Guruge, S., Merighi, M. A. B., & de Jesus, M. C. P. (2019). Intimate partner violence among older Portuguese immigrant women in Canada. Journal of interpersonal violence, 34(5), 961-979.

Guruge, S., Al Jamal, A., Yercich, S., Dhillon, M., Rossiter, K., David, R., & Kulasinghe, M. (2020). Domestic homicide in immigrant communities: lessons learned. In Preventing Domestic Homicides. In P Jeffe, K Scott, & AL Straatman (Eds.) Preventing Domestic Homicides Lessons Learned from Tragedies, pp. 111-135, Academic Press. 

Matsuoka, A. (2015). Ethnic/Racial Minority Older Adults and Recovery: Integrating Stories of Resilience and Hope in Social Work. The British Journal of Social Work, 45(1), i135-i152. 

Matsuoka, A., Beaulieu, M., & Kitchen, B. (2012/2013). Strengths and Flaws of Aging Policies in Canada. Canadian Review of Social Policy, 68/69. 

Mujahid, G., Kim, A.H., & Man, G. (2011). Transnational Intergenerational Support: Implications of Aging in Mainland China for the Chinese in Canada. In H Cao & V. Poy (Eds.) The China Challenge, pp. 183-204, University of Ottawa Press. 

This project was funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)