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Biography

As a clinical academic, Steve’s role combines research and teaching with clinical practice as a social worker in palliative care.

Steve is currently Co-Principal Investigator and lead researcher on a Marie Curie funded research project exploring the needs of children facing the death of a parent, known as the Supporting Children and Young People (SCYP) Project.

Steve's research interests include the impact of life-limiting illness on the whole family; paediatric palliative care; the financial burden of illness; providing appropriate end-of-life care to the LGBT+ community; and improving pre-and post bereavement support.

Research profile

Latest publications

  • Marshall, S., Harding, R., Bristowe, K. & Fearnley, R. (2019) Family-centred care in hospices: what about the children? BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 9 (Suppl 3), pp.A19-A20.
  • Marshall, S., Grinyer, A. & Limmer, M. (2019) Dual liminality: a framework for conceptualizing the experience of adolescents and young adults with cancer. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology.  8 (1), pp.26-31.
  • Marshall, S., Grinyer, A. & Limmer, M. (2018) The 'lost tribe' reconsidered: teenagers and young adults treated for cancer in adult settings in the UK. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 33, pp.85-90.
  • Marshall, S., Grinyer, A. & Limmer, M. (2018) The experience of adolescents and young adults treated for cancer in an adult setting: a review of the literature. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology, 7 (3), pp.283-291.
  • Marshall, S., Bristowe, K. & Harding, R. (2016)  The bereavement experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or trans* people who have lost a partner: A systematic review, thematic synthesis and modelling of the literature. Palliative Medicine, 30(8), 730-744.
  • Marshall, S., Manning, J. & Mercer, S. (2013) Encouraging/supporting dying parents to talk to their children. End of Life Journal [Online], 3 (2).
Course teacher: Palliative Care MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert