Dr. Susan Davies
Dr. Susan Davies is Professor Emerita in the Department of Family Health Care School of Nursing, University of California San Francisco, as well as Professor and Senior Scholar at the University of Victoria, Canada. She is an international expert in the areas of dying, death, and bereavement; her areas of expertise include the care of patients and families with life-threatening illness and child and family bereavement. The overall focus of her research is the care of families with life-threatening illness, including cancer, and bereavement in families, particularly siblings, following a child's death. She is past-president of the International Work Group on Death, Dying and Bereavement and serves on the editorial board of several significant journals. She is a recipient of the Canadian Nurses Association Centennial Award and the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association 2008 Distinguished Career Achievement Award. Dr. Davies is a distinguished clinician, author, and leader with a distinguished record of sustained contributions.
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