We want to improve the mental well-being of Chinese older adults through The SEED Program and have recently been covered in China Journal. If you are interested in participating, please contact Iggy Chang at firstname.lastname@example.org or 773-942-3330
We are excited to share our first PINE Newsletter! Each issue will provide updates about our work, as well as spotlights on our staff, community partners, and participants. Click for Issue 1 in English or Chinese.
The PINE Study Research team presented at GSA 2014 with particular emphasis on Elder Abuse and the PINE Study findings. For more information on our covered topics, please visit Past Events and Press Releases for more information.
If you are interested in using data from the PINE Study, the largest epidemiological study of Chinese older adults, please click here for more information.
We are beginning our 2nd wave of the PIETY study in December to find out factors which influence the health and aging of Chinese older adults from the perspectives and experiences of adult children. To participate, please see our flyer.
We are pleased to release The PINE Report – A comprehensive health and well-being assessment of Chicago Chinese older adults. To read the full report, please go to The PINE Report.