Mari Lloyd-Williams, Professor and Consultant in Palliative Medicine, University of Liverpool
Professor Mari Lloyd-Williams qualified from Leicester University medical school. She was appointed Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer to the University of Leicester Hospitals Trust and LOROs Hospice prior to moving to the University of Liverpool as Consultant and Senior Lecturer. ln 2003 Mari was promoted to a personal chair. She has published over 150 papers and lectures both nationally and internationally and is lead of the highly successful Academic Palliative and Supportive Care Studies Group. Mari has served on several national committees and working parties and lives with her family in North Wales where she enjoys cooking, reading and long walks in the countryside.
1. The public health end-of-life care movement: History, principles, and styles of practice, Aliki Karapliagou, Allan Kellehear, and Klaus Wegleitner 2. Communication and psychosocial issues within neonatal palliative care, Alexandra Mancini and Paula Abramson 3. The call to social inclusion: Psychosocial care for the marginalized in society, Philip J. Larkin 4. Psychosocial care in diverse communities and encouraging communities to support each other, Linda McEnhill 5. Models of psychosocial care for patients and their families: The role of volunteers in supporting psychosocial needs, Nigel Hartley 6. Dementia, multimorbidity and frailty, Karen Harrison Dening 7. Psychosocial care of families in palliative care, David W. Kissane 8. The meaning of dignity in psychosocial care, Susan McClement 9. Diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of depression in advanced disease, Matthew Hotopf 10. Psychotherapeutic interventions, Luigi Grassi, Maria Giulia Nanni, and Rosangela Caruso 11. Spiritual care, Mark Cobb 12. Diagnosis of Prolonged Grief Disorder (PGD), Allison M. Marziliano, Wendy Lichtenthal, and Holly G. Prigerson