UDST Call for Editorial Board

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Call for Editorial Board

Death Studies

30 September 2020

Call for Expressions of Interest in Death Studies Editorial Board

Death Studies Editor in-Chief Robert A. Neimeyer and Managing Editor Lauren J. Breen are seeking Expressions of Interest for a small number of members of the journal’s Editorial Board.

Death Studies publishes refereed articles reporting significant research, scholarship, and practical approaches in the fast growing areas of bereavement and loss, grief therapy, death attitudes, suicide, and death education. It provides an international interdisciplinary forum in which a variety of professionals share results of research and practice, with the aim of better understanding the human encounter with death and assisting those who work with the dying and their families.

Members of the Editorial Board are asked to undertake timely review of manuscripts that are submitted to the journal. In this way, they play an important role in supporting the growth and development of the journal and contributing to the overall quality of scholarship in the field.

Board members typically have substantial scholarly experience as reflected in a record of published research in peer-reviewed journals.

Expressions of Interest should include an up-to-date curriculum vitae and should be emailed to Lauren Breen [email protected], and should be submitted before September 30, 2020. Please contact her for further information.

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Now published ten times each year, this acclaimed journal provides refereed papers on significant research, scholarship, and practical approaches in the fast growing areas of bereavement and loss, grief therapy, death attitudes, suicide, and death education. It provides an international interdisciplinary forum in which a variety of professionals share results of research and practice, with the aim of better understanding the human encounter with death and assisting those who work with the dying and their families.

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