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Editor - Ana Draper | The Isbister Centre | 9862
ISSN: 2165-7386

Journal of Palliative Care & Medicine
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Ana Draper

Ana Draper
Ana Draper
Macmillan Consultant Systemic Psychotherapist
The Isbister Centre
UK
Tel: 014-422-184-14  

Biography

Dr. Ana Draper is a Consultant Systemic Psychotherapist working in the Community Palliative Care team in Hertfordshire. She has developed and clinical supported a multi-system therapeutic service working with bereaved families and has been a consultant for the Childhood Bereavement Network. She has authored information and therapeutic story books for parents and children as well as academic papers on therapeutic work in palliative care. She has spoken at the House of Commons about issues concerning childhood bereavement, as well as teaching modules and short courses at the Tavistock Mental Health Trust, KCC foundation and Kings College, London. She has also supported NGO’s in Malawi and Ecuador by providing training for clinicians working in a palliative setting.

Research Interest

Dr. Ana Draper research interests includes: Making connections between clinical therapeutic practice and psychological theories when working with patients, their families and professionals where there is a palliative diagnosis. The affects of parental bereavement on children’s futures and spiritual stories in bereavement.

 

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Publications

The Cinderella Syndrome – Psychological Symptoms as a Poor Relation in the Palliative Care Family

Diagnosing Levels of Distress in Specialist Palliative Care

Ana Draper
Editorial: J Palliat Care Med 2015, 5: e132
DOI: 10.4172/2165-7386.1000e132
Ana Draper
Research Article: J Palliat Care Med 2015, 5: 220
DOI: 10.4172/2165-7386.1000220
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