We are interested in other current and recent research projects into grief. Please get in touch if you are working on grief and want your project to be added to this page.
- Martin House Research Centre: A collaboration between Martin House Children's Hospice and researchers at the University of York and University of Leeds. Research includes The Early Days Project, which examines parents’ experiences of the early days of bereavement and the support they receive from children’s hospices, particularly with regards the use of cold bedroom/cooling blanket/cuddle cot facilities.
- 'End Of' or 'Start Of' life? Visual Technology and The Transformation of Traditional Post-Mortem: An ESRC-funded project at the University of Sheffield exploring early-life loss and the impact of medical imaging on paediatric post-mortem. Researchers collaborated with artists to put together an exhibition titled 'Remembering Baby'.
- Improving communication with parents or carers who have lost a child: A research project at the University of Birmingham investigating the experiences of parents and carers who have lost a child. It aims to help healthcare practitioners, registrars and funeral directors to better provide support.
- Centre for Death & Society: This research centre at the University of Bath focuses on the interdisciplinary social aspects of death, dying and bereavement. Researchers are engaged in a number of research projects relating to grief.
- Cemetery Research Group: Based at the University of York, this research group is exploring current and past burial culture