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Hilary Grainger (President)

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Helen Frisby (Secretary)

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Renske Visser (Administrator)

  • Visser, R. , MacInnes D, Parrot, J. and Houben F. (2021) Growing older in secure mental health care: the user experience. Journal of Mental Health. 30 (1) pp. 51-57
  • Visser, R. 2017 “Doing death”: Reflecting on the researcher’s subjectivity and emotions. Death Studies
  • Visser, R. & Parrott, F.R. 2014. Stability and change: the role of keepsakes and family homes in the lives of parentally bereaved young adults in the Netherlands. Mortality.

Giorgio Scalici (Memberships)

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Malcolm Stronach (Treasurer)

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Beth Michael-Fox (Postgrad Rep)

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John Troyer (Website)

  • Technologies of the Human Corpse (forthcoming). University of North Carolina Press, 2015.
  • 'Technologies of the HIV/AIDS Corpse.' Medical Anthropology, Vol 29 (2) pp19-149, 2010.
  • Abuse of a Corpse: A Brief History and Re-Theorization of Necrophilia Laws in America. Mortality, Vol 13(2) pp132-152 , 2008.
  • Embalmed Vision. Mortality Vol 12 (1) pp 22-47, 2007.

Su Chard

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Panagiotis Pentaris

  • 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

Hannah Rumble

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Douglas Davies

  • Emotion, Identity, and Religion: Hope, Reciprocity, and Otherness.(2011: Oxford University Press.
  • Joseph Smith, Jesus, and Satanic Opposition: Atonement, Evil, and Mormonism. (Ashgate. 2010)
  • Joseph Smith, Jesus, and Satanic Opposition: Atonement, Evil, and Mormonism. (Ashgate. 2010)

Brian Parsons

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