Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life & Palliative Care
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The Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life & Palliative Care publishes original research and conceptual articles, exploring issues crucial to individuals with serious, life-threatening, and life-limiting illness and their families across the lifespan and across the health and mental health care continuum.
Explore the journal for yourself with our selection of recent articles:
|Complicated Grief: Risk Factors, Protective Factors, and Interventions||Tina M. Mason, Cindy S. Tofthagen & Harleah G. Buck|
|Dying Online: An Analysis of End-of-Life Narratives||Allison Gibson, Abigail L. Latimer, Danielle R. Silberman & Donna L. Schuman|
|A Brief Psychodynamic and Person-Centered Approach to Address Anticipatory Loss in Acute Care Settings||Victoria L. Cerone|
|Results of a nationwide hospice and palliative care social work job analysis||Barbara Head, Bonika Peters, Alyssa Middleton, Chuck Friedman & Neil Guman|
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