Illness, Crisis and Loss evaluates the processes of illness and loss on the one hand, and analyses what we understand by ‘dying’ and ‘bereavement’ and loss on the other hand. Illness, Crisis & Loss publishes original peer-reviewed articles and book reviews on social science, psychological and ethical issues associated with life-threatening illnesses, traumatic human and organizational crises, grief, and loss.
Through refereed articles and book reviews, you will also discover the latest cutting- edge research on ethical, theoretical, methodological, social scientific and psychosocial issues from those working on the frontline and in researchers documenting the narratives of people who gave gone through processes of illness, crisis and loss from across the globe.
|Jason L. Powell||University of Chester|
|Paul Taylor, Dr.||University of Chester|
|Professor Abdulrazak Abyad||Abyad Medical Centre & Middle East Longevity Institute, Tripoli|
|Robert Bendiksen, Ph.D.||Former ICL Editor, University of Wisconsin—La Crosse|
|Sandra L. Bertman, Ph.D.||Mount Ida College|
|Professor Ivy Lynn Bourgeault||University of Ottowa, Ontario, Canada|
|Michael Brennan, Dr.||University of Plymouth, United Kingdom|
|Cecilia Chan, Dr.||University of Hong Kong|
|Elizabeth J. Clark, MSW, Ph.D.||ICL Founding Editor, National Association of Social Workers, Washington, D.C.|
|Inge B. Corless, R.N., Ph.D.||Massachusetts General Hospital|
|Gerry R. Cox, Ph.D.||Former ICL Editor, University of Wisconsin—La Crosse|
|Jodie Croxall||Swansea University, United Kingdom|
|Kenneth J. Doka, Ph.D.||College of New Rochelle, New York|
|Timothy Gongaware, Ph.D.||Former ICL Editor, University of Wisconsin—La Crosse|
|Larry Kent Graham, Ph.D.||Iliff School of Theology, Denver, Colorado|
|Jamie Halsall, Ph.D.||Huddersfield University, United Kingdom|
|Connie Holden, R.N., MSN||Hospice of Boulder County, Colorado|
|Martin King, Dr.||Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, England|
|Barbara McNamara, Dr.||Bradford University, UK|
|Herman J. de Mönnink, Dr.||Hanzehogschool, Hogeschool van Groningen, The Netherlands|
|Janice Winchester Nadeau, Ph.D.||Minnesota Human Development Resources, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|Danai Papadatou, Ph.D.||University of Athens, Greece|
|Irene Renzenbrink||Lakeside Education and Training, Shields, Canada|
|Howard S. Stein, Ph.D.||University of Oklahoma|
|Neil Thompson, Ph.D., DLitt||Former ICL Editor, Avenue Consulting, Ltd., Wales, UK|
|Kazumi Wakabayashi, M.A.||Rikkyo University St. Paul's, Tokyo, Japan|
|Jackie Watts, Ph.D.||The Open University, UK|
|O. Duane Weeks, Ph.D.||Week's Enumclaw Funeral Home, Enumclaw, Washington|
Illness, Crisis & Loss - Instructions to Authors
Originality: Only original articles are accepted for publication. Submission of a manuscript represents certification on the part of the author(s) that neither the article submitted, nor a version of it has been published, or is being considered for publication elsewhere.
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Abstracts: of 100 to 150 words are required to introduce each article. Format Prepare manuscripts according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). A synopsis of this manual is available from the American Psychological Society.
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