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  • Press Release$1 Million Grant Awarded to Test Surveillance Technology to Prevent Elder Abuse
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  • NewsDr. XinQi Dong was awarded the Ewald W. Busse Research Award
  • NewsDr. XinQi Dong Earns GSA’s 2017 M. Powell Lawton Award
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  • Who We AreThe Chinese Health, Aging, and Policy Program is built on a collaborative partnership between Rush Institute for Healthy Aging, Northwestern University, and community-based social services agencies.
  • Special IssueWe are excited about our new special issue fully published in July. Now alsp available online.
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  • Study ReportsThe study reports provide our research findings regarding Chinese families in the greater Chicago area.
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  • PINE NewsletterThe PINE newsletter provides updates about our work, as well as spotlights on our staff, community partners, and participants.
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  • Chicago GuideChicago guide provides information about health insurance, health tips, legal clinic, and others.
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  • Community EventsDr. Vania Leung hosted a community seminar to raise the awareness of depression
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  • Academic EventsOur team participated in 2017 IAGG conference, and presented our research results.

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News

JGMS

Press Release

$1 Million Grant Awarded to Test Surveillance Technology to Prevent Elder Abuse

Special Issue

Publications

Our new special issue published on The Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences is released. The electronic version can be accessed through JGMS website.

PINE Newsletter

PINE Newsletter

We start a new series of articles to introduce ethnic minority in China in preparation for our future study regarding the health and well-being of ethnic minority in China!

Research

The PINE Study

The PINE Study

The PINE Study is a community-based participatory population study in the greater Chicago area, investigating more than 3,100 older adults to better understand thier health and well-being.

The PIETY Study

The PIETY Study

The PIETY Study aims to understand the health of Chinese adult children and the potential factors impacting the health and well-being of their older parents.

Data Sharing Request

Data Sharing Request

If you are interested in using our data, please submit your data sharing request.
Please refer to codebooks to see our survey instruments and corresponding codes for data analysis.