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A global response to elder abuse and neglect : building primary health care capacity to deal with the problem worldwide : main report.

1.Elder abuse – diagnosis. 2.Elder abuse - prevention and control. 3.Mass screening. 4.Primary health care. i.World Health Organization. ii.Université de Genève. Centre interfacultaire de gérontologie.

iSBN 978 92 4 156358 1

(NLM classification: WT 30)

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