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Panagiotis Pentaris

Dr Panagiotis Pentaris is an Associate Professor of Social Work and Thanatology in the School of Human Sciences at the University of Greenwich, London, England, UK, where he is also a member of the Institute for Lifecourse Development, an internationally recognised Institute focusing on interdisciplinary research across the lifespan. Pentaris is a council member for the Association for the Study of Death and Society, and over the last ten years he has researched and published on death, dying, bereavement, culture and religion, social work, social policy and LGBTQIA+ issues.

email: P.Pentaris@greenwich.ac.uk


  • Mindfulness and Spirituality: Therapeutic Perspectives.
  • The role of background music in the experience of watching YouTube videos about death and dying.
  • Memorial Video Tributes and the enfranchised Grief of a Gay Widower
  • Religion, Secularism, and Professional Practice
  • Communicating Death via YouTube: The Functional Role of Music
  • Death, grief and loss in the context of COVID-19
  • Dying in a transhumanist and posthuman society
  • Religious literacy in hospice care: Challenges and controversies
  • Bereavement in grief among older LGBTQIA+ individuals
  • Religious literacy in end of life care
  • Chronic Illness and Childhood Death
  • The Socio-Political Context of Death and Dying
  • Negotiating Belief in Health and Social Care
  • Ageing and loss attitudes of social work students: a cross-sectional study
  • Integrating religion, belief and spirituality in social work practice: an exploratory study
  • Religious/spiritual referrals in hospice and palliative care
  • Older people in the context of COVID-19: a European perspective
  • UK public’s views and perceptions about the legalisation of assisted dying and assisted suicide
  • Knowledge and attitudes of hospice and palliative care professionals towards diversity and religious literacy in Cyprus: a cross-sectional study
  • A constructive analysis of the formation of LGBTQ families: where utopia and reality meet
  • Attitudes and perceptions of paramedics about end of life care: a literature review.
  • The cultural context of dying: Hawai`ian death conceptions and the gender divide
  • Cultural and religious diversity in hospice and palliative care: A qualitative cross-country comparative analysis of the challenges of health-care professionals
  • Professionals’ perceptions on barriers and challenges when accessing children’s hospice and palliative care services in the South East London: A preliminary study
  • The marginalization of religion in End of Life Care: signs of microaggression?
  • Religion and belief in Eastern Europe: An introduction.
  • Religion and belief in social work practice: a model of integration.
  • Impact of Covid-19 on mental health and associated losses
  • LGBTQ relationships and sex education for students
  • Belonging as a core construct at the heart of inclusion debate, discourse and practice
  • Locating death in children’s animated films
  • Working with loss through the lens of culture and faith
  • Culture and the Social Reality of Death: An Afghan Case Study

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