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CFP: Making Sense of: Dying and Death

10th Global Conference, Making Sense of:Dying and Death, Thursday 7th November 2013 – Saturday 9th November 2013, Athens, Greece, Call for Presentations This inter- and multi-disciplinary conference explores dying and death and the ways culture impacts care for the dying, the overall experience of dying, and how the dead are remembered. Over the past four … Continue reading CFP: Making Sense of: Dying and Death

CFP: Western Schools Publishing

Western Schools is a publisher and nationally recognized accredited provider of peer-reviewed continuing nursing education home study courses. We are presently seeking authors and content editors to write articles and books for publication. Those contracted will receive financial compensation. We have writing opportunities in the following nursing topics. Additional topics not listed may also be … Continue reading CFP: Western Schools Publishing

CFS: Death Studies

Death Studies | Published By: Routledge | Frequency: 10 issues per year | 2008 Impact Factor: .842 Ranking: 52/101 Psychology, Multidisciplinary, 13/32 in Social issues, and 22/29 in Social Sciences, Biomedical Now published ten times each year, this acclaimed journal provides refereed papers on significant research, scholarship, and practical approaches in the fast growing areas … Continue reading CFS: Death Studies

CFP: Global Interdisciplinary Conference: The Patient

2nd Global Conference: The Patient (Wednesday 16th May – Friday 18th May 2012, Prague, Czech Republic) The patient occupies a liminal, unstable position, precariously situated between home and hospital, work and bed, life and death. Although attended by doctors, nurses, family and friends, her condition—particularly if it is chronic—threatens to sever her connections with the … Continue reading CFP: Global Interdisciplinary Conference: The Patient

CFP: Making Sense of: Dying and Death

Call for Papers: 8th Global Conference, Making Sense of: Dying and Death (Saturday 12th November - Monday 14th November 2011, Hotel Angelo, Prague, Czech Republic) Submissions might be imagined in any (or none) of the following ways: death as an expression of doctrinal beliefs and/or core values, death and dying as an on-going movement between … Continue reading CFP: Making Sense of: Dying and Death