Sharing information about Grief & COVID-19

The Bereavement Network Europe is gathering the bereavement information and resources which have been developed by colleagues across Europe. We want to gather:

  • COVID-specific bereavement information and resources for bereaved people
  • Protocols or ways of working in these changed times to share with professional colleagues.

These will be shared (in line with the BNE editorial policy) on the BNE website. If you have anything which may be included please email to info@bereavement.eu


Resources across Europe

(in alphabetical order)

Denmark

Det Nationale Sorgcenter – The Danish National Center for Grief
REHPA – Videncenter for Rehabilitering og Palliation (Knowledge Center for Rehabilitation and Palliation)

Finland

Nursing Research Foundation, NRF (Hotus in Finnish)

Germany

Aeternitas e.V.
Pflegewissenschaft (Nursing Science, Journal of Nursing Science and Practice) 

Greece

MERIMNA – Association for the Care of Children and Families

Ireland

Anam Cara – Supporting Parents After Bereavement
The Irish Hospice Foundation
Irish Childhood bereavement Network

Italy

De Leo Fund

Netherlands

ARQ Kenniscentrum Traumatische Rouw
Elsevier

Norway

Clinic for Crisis Psychology, Psychological Center

Scotland

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow

Spain

Instituto IPIR, Duelo y Pérdida

Sweden

Swedish Infant Death Foundation (Spädbarnsfonden)

United Kingdom

Centre for Death & Society, Unversity of Bath
Childhood Bereavement Network
Cruse Bereavement Care
National Bereavement Alliance 
NIHR – Applied research collaboration – West
The Good Grief Project
The British Psychological Society

Resources outside Europe

Australia

Australian Center for Grief and Bereavement 

Canada

The International Work Group on Death, Dying and Bereavement

USA

Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC)®
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

DISCLAMER (click to read)