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Kellehear, A., 2009. Brain Death: A sociological view. In: Earle, S., Komaromy, C. and Bartholomew, C., eds. Death and Dying: A Reader. London: Sage: and Open University Press, pp. 135-143.

Kellehear, A., 2009. Census of non-western near-death experiences to 2005: observations and critical reflections. In: Holden, J. M., Greyson, B. and James, D., eds. The Handbook of Near-Death Experiences: Thirty years of investigation. Santa Barbra, California: ABC-CLIO, pp. 135-158.

Kellehear, A., 2009. Introduction to the 40th anniversary edition. In: Kubler-Ross, E., ed. On Death & Dying: What the Dying have to teach Doctors, Nurses, Clergy and their own Families. Oxford: Routledge, vii-xviii.

Sallnow, L., Kumar, A. and Kellehear, A., eds., 2009. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Public Health and Palliative Care. Institute of Palliative Medicine.

Sallnow, L., Kumar, A. and Kellehear, A., 2009. Public health and palliative care: An historical overview. In: Sallnow, L., Kumar, A. and Kellehear, A., eds. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Public Health and Palliative Care. Institute of Palliative Medicine, pp. 18-27.

Kellehear, A., ed., 2009. The Study of Dying: From Autonomy to Transformation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kellehear, A., 2009. What the social and behavioral studies say about dying. In: The Study of Dying: From Autonomy to Transformation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-26.

Kellehear, A., 2008. Health promotion and palliative care. In: Mitchell, G., ed. Palliative Care: A patient-centred approach. Oxford: Radcliffe Publishing, pp. 139-156. (Patient-Centered Care Series)

Kellehear, A., 2008. Public health approaches to dying, death and loss. In: Heggenhougen, K. and Quah, S., eds. International Encyclopedia of Public Health. San Diego: Elsevier, pp. 416-422.

Kellehear, A., 2008. Shi-Wo Mukaero Mono to Nokosareru Mono no Care – Kousyu-Eisu Gaku no Approach. [Care for the Dying and Bereaved –public health approaches]. In: Takahashi, M. and Ichinose, M., eds. Medicine and Law on the Boundary between Life and Death. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.

Kellehear, A., 2007. The End of Death in Late Modernity: An emerging public health challenge. Critical Public Health, 17, 71--79.

Kellehear, A., 2007. A Social History of Dying. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ashby, M., Hoog, C., Kellehear, A., Kerr, P., Brooks, D., Nicholls, K. and Forrest, M., 2005. Renal Dialysis Abatement: Lessons from a Social Study. Palliative Medicine (U.K.), 19, 389--396.

Kellehear, A., 2005. Compassionate Cities: Public Health and End-of-Life Care. London: Routledge.

Kellehear, A., 2004. Third-wave Public Health? Compassion, Community and End-of-life Care. International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies (U.S.A.), 1, 313--323.

Howarth, G. and Kellehear, A., 2001. Shared near-death and related illness experiences: steps on an unscheduled journey. Journal of Near-Death Studies, 20, 71--87.

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