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Palliative Care & Social Practice

Title Abbreviation
Palliat Care Soc Pract
Electronic ISSN
Anesthesiologists, Biomedical Researchers, Clinicians, Critical Care Nurses, Critical Care Physicians, Home Care Nurses, Hospice Nurses, Interventionalists, Long-Term Care Providers, Pain Specialists, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine, Psychologists, Social Workers
Palliative Care and Social Practice is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes articles on all aspects of palliative care. It welcomes articles from symptom science, clinical practice, and health services research. However, its aim is also to publish cutting-edge research from the realm of social practice - from public health theory and practice, social medicine, and social work, to social sciences related to dying and its care, as well as policy, criticism, and cultural studies. We encourage reports from work with under-represented groups, community development, and studies of civic engagement in end of life issues. Furthermore, we encourage scholarly articles that challenge current thinking about dying, its current care models and practices, and current understandings of grief and bereavement. We want to showcase the next generation of palliative care innovation research and practice - in clinics and in the wider society. The journal welcomes a broad range of methodological designs – from trials to ethnography to analysis of existing sources.
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No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
SAGE Publications - UK
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