Over the years, Bereavement Care has grown to become a unique international journal that sets a high academic and scientific standard while remaining accessible to non-academics and non-scientists. Our readers include both volunteers and professionals, from many parts of the world, who work to help bereaved people of all races and creeds. It is their need for reliable and digestible information about all aspects of bereavement that remains our raison d'être.
The journal contains original papers, articles, reviews and correspondence on all aspects of the care of people bereaved by death. The editors welcome contributions on the needs of people from different cultures, religions and philosophies. Personal experiences and case reports that add something new to our understanding have a place alongside reports of research and innovations in service and theory.
All manuscript submissions are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent expert referees.
All peer review is double blind. For information on submissions please go to the Instructions for Authors tab.
Some feedback from those in the field:
“The UK’s leading bereavement journal – an excellent balance, integrating theory with practice”
Julie Stokes OBE, Founder of Winston’s Wish, UK
“A riveting mix of well-researched pieces, how-to-do-it articles, reviews, abstracts – one of the best journals around on bereavement”
Barbara Monroe, Chief Executive, St Christopher’s Hospice, UK
“I have great admiration for your journal, a source that is full of useful information for all those who deal with bereavement”
Margaret Stroebe, Professor of Psychology, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
“A really valuable resource for hospice workers”
Michal Galazka, Executive Director Hospice Education Institute, USA
“Bereavement Care is getting better every year”
Tony Walter, Professor of Death Studies, Bath University, UK
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