Special Issue "Enhancing Psychosocial Burn Care"
A special issue of European Burn Journal (ISSN 2673-1991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 June 2023) | Viewed by 6486
Interests: clinical psychology; psychotherapy; psychosocial aspects of burns; family centered care; body image; mass casualty events; quality management
The purpose of this Special Issue is to enhance psychosocial burn care. The Special Issue aims to showcase research and clinical approaches or interventions that will improve the knowledge and clinical practice associated with psychosocial care for burns patients and/or families. It also strives to promote the diverse clinical and academic work of psychologists working in burns, particularly across Europe. Studies related to psychological adjustment, coping, resilience or risk factors after burns are encouraged, as are contributions discussing evidence-based psychological support. We are equally interested in contributions that relate to innovative clinical approaches in the field of psychological care or initiatives that can inspire other psychosocial or multidisciplinary colleagues working in burns. Research articles, reviews, and commentaries are all welcome.
Dr. Anna Pittermann
Dr. Laura Shepherd
Manuscript Submission Information
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