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Ayalon, L., Lev, S., Green, O. & Nevo, U. (2017). A systematic review and meta-analysis of interventions designed to prevent or stop elder maltreatment. Age and Ageing, 45, 216-227.
Green, O. & Ayalon, L. (2017). The contribution of migration, working conditions and care recipient characteristics to work-related abuse of migrant home care workers. Employee relations, 37, 1-14.
Tal, R., Tal, K., & Green, O. (2018). Child-parent relationship therapy with extra-familial abused children. Journal of child sexual abuse, 27(4), 382-406.
Green, O. & Ayalon, L. (2018). Violations of workers’ rights and exposure to work-related abuse among live-in migrant and live-out Israeli home care workers: Implications for social workers. Journal of Health Policy Research, 7(1), 32-40.
Green, O., Gum, A., Greene, J., Ayalon., L, Chiborga, D., & Brown., L. (2019). Should I’ve stayed or should I’ve went? What residents of Continuing Care Retirement Communities and former candidates think and feel one year after their decision? A longitudinal comparison. Ageing & Society. doi:10.1017/S0144686X1800096X
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