||Illness, Crisis & Loss
Jason L. Powell
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ANNOUNCING THE RELEASE OF ILLNESS, CRISIS & LOSS
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Illness, Crisis & Loss, born 19 years ago, quickly became and remains a sought after journal; one that is dedicated to the betterment of all areas of grief work.
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ABOUT THE JOURNAL
When dealing with issues of grief, crisis, or loss as a counselor, medical professional, or researcher, it can be difficult to find resources to help you in your work. Receiving the most current research on the latest topics in the field from Illness, Crisis & Loss can help.
Illness, Crisis & Loss is the resource that furthers your understanding and knowledge of the psychosocial and ethical issues associated with life-threatening illness, traumatic human crises, grief, and loss. The broad focus of the journal makes it relevant to a wide range of professionals and scholars, such as grief counselors, therapists, social workers, thanatologists, physicians and nurses, medical ethicists, and anyone else who works with people in crisis situations.
Each issue of Illness, Crisis & Loss brings you peer-reviewed articles, essays, and book reviews covering current topics in the field of counseling, clinical and crisis intervention, AIDS, nursing, death studies, and bioethics. You will find that the diversity of these pressing topics will keep you informed of important ideas in all areas of grief work. In addition, ICL occasionally publishes special issues that provide in-depth studies on the important topics at hand. These special issues are guest edited by leading scholars in the field. Regular topics include:
- Case reports
- Clinical interventions
- Crisis intervention
- Death studies
- Grief work
- Ethical decision-making
- Palliative care of the dying
- Victim responses and care for caregivers
A MULTIFACETED VIEW OF THE FIELD
Illness, Crisis & Loss explores all aspects of grief, death, and loss. Every issue covers new ideas and research that will be sure to foster thought among all readers. Topics are as diverse and wide-ranging as:
- Models of grieving
- Coping with change
- Adoption issues
- Religion and spirituality
- Grief work with survivors of disasters
- Assisted dying
- Coping with critical illness
- Critical incident crises
AIMS AND SCOPE
Probe the grief process and discover new ways to help the dying and bereaved cope with loss. Illness, Crisis & Loss publishes peer-reviewed articles, book reviews, and essays on psychological and ethical issues associated with life-threatening illnesses, traumatic human crises, grief, and loss.
Through editorials, interviews, and commentaries, you will also discover the latest thinking on the most pressing ethical and psychosocial issues from those working on the frontlines.
Meet the Editor
Professor Jason L. Powell Ph.D, holds the Research Chair of Community Practice and Social Justice at Manchester Metropolitan University in England. Previously, he was Professor of Social Science at The University of Central Lancashire and Associate Dean at The University of Liverpool. He also holds a Research Fellowship in Gerontology at The University of Oxford. He has interests on ageing, social care, discourses of death, power relations, identity and health and welfare professions. He has published almost 400 publications including 32 books. He serves on many international editorial boards such as The International Journal Aging and Human Development and Hallym International Journal of Aging: Gerontological Research, Policies and Programs in the New Millennium.
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