Last Name: Granek
Position Title: Assistant Professor at Ben Gurion University of the Negev in the Department of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences
Job Responsibilities: Research & Teaching
About Me/My interests: My research is in the area of grief and loss, mental health, and psycho-oncology
Training Opportunities: Yes
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Topics of Interest for Collaboration: Psychology of Health and Illness; Psychosocial Determinants of Women’s Health; Psycho-oncology; Grief, Mourning, Death and Dying; Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Psychological Disorders and Practice
Publications that may be of interest to others:
Granek, L., Tozer, R., Mazzotta, P., Ramjaum, A. & Krzyzanowska, M. (In Press).Nature and Impact of Grief over Patient Loss on Oncologists’ Personal and Professional Lives. Archives of Internal Medicine.
Granek, L., Tozer, R., Mazzotta, & Krzyzanowska, M. (In Press). Oncologists’ Protocol and Coping Strategies in Dealing with Patient Loss. Death Studies.
Granek, L. (In Press). Disciplinary Wounds: Has Grief Become the Identified Patient for a Field Gone Awry? Journal of Loss and Trauma.
Granek, L., Mazzotta, P., Tozer, R., & Krzyzanowska, M. (2012). What do oncologists want? Suggestions from oncologists on how their institutions can help them deal with grief over patient loss. Supportive Care in Cancer, 20, 10, 2627-2632.
Granek, L. & Fergus, K. (2012). Resistance, agency, and liminality in women’s accounts of help seeking upon discovery of an abnormal breast symptom. Social Science and Medicine,75, 1753-1761.
Granek, L. (2010). Grief as Pathology: The Evolution of Grief Theory In Psychology From Freud to the Present. History of Psychology, 13,46-73.