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Shahram Ahmadi Nasab Emran

Papers:
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. (2015). Assessing Information form Pharmaceutical Company Representatives. AMA Journal of Ethics, 17(8), 729-733.
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. (2015). An Intellectual Virtue “Vaccination” for Physician-Pharmaceutical Industry Interactions. Academic Medicine, 90(1), 30-32.
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. (2015). The Nature of Epistemic Virtues in the Practice of Medicine. Medicine, Health Care, and Philosophy, 18(1), 129-137.
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. (2015). Islamic Bioethics at the End of Life: Why mukallaf status cannot be the criterion of defining the life that should be saved. American Journal of Bioethics, 15(1), 27-28.
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. (2015). The Four-Principle Formulation of Common Morality Is at the Core of Bioethics Mediation Method. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 18(3), 371-377.
  • Broom, M., Guild, C., & Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. (2015). Professional Bioethics in Graduate Medical Education: a Curricular Innovation to Improve Communication and Professionalism. MedEdPublish, 4(12). http://dx.doi.org/10.15694/mep.2015.004.0012
Book Reviews:
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. Review of “Medical Ethics Education: An interdisciplinary and social theoretical perspective.”Doody’s Review Service (on-line). (March, 2014)
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. Review of "Hippocratic, Religious, and Secular Medical Ethics: The points of conflict." Doody’s Review Service (on-line). (September, 2013)
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. Review of "The Nature of the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Health care principles through the phenomenology of relationships with patients”. Doody’s Review Services (on-line). (February, 2013)
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. (20013). Book Review: Islamic Biomedical Ethics. The Internet Journal of Law, Healthcare and Ethics, Volume 9 Number 1.
Books and Book Chapters:
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. 2011. “Ethics in Biomedical Research” in Mohsen Javadi (Ed.): Principles and Issues in Research Ethics (in Persian). Tehran: Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies Press.
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. (Editor). 2010. Medicine for Lawyers (in Persian). Iranian Research Center for Ethics and Law in Medicine.
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. (Editor). 2009. Physician-Patient Relationship (in Persian). Iranian Research Center for Ethics and Law in Medicine.
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. (Editor). 2009. Inquiries into the History of Medicine in Iran (in Persian). Beheshti University.
  • Ahmadi Nasab Emran, S. (Editor). 2008. Sociology of Medicine (in Persian). Iranian Research Center for Ethics and Law in Medicine.


Rachelle Barina

Publications:

Gina Fullam

Publications:
  • Fullam, Gina M. “Authentic Christian Bioethics: Engelhardt's Relationship Between Faith and Reason Critically Reassessed.” Christian Bioethics (Forthcoming).
  • Fullam, Gina M. "Treatment of Unexplained Subfertility in Catholic Health Care: Taking the Lead toward a Natural Approach." Health Care Ethics USA Vol. 21, No. 2 (Spring 2013)
Book Reviews:
  • Review of “Contemporary Catholic Health Care Ethics (2nd Edition).” Doody’s Review Service (on-line). (forthcoming: August, 2013)
  • Review of "The Development of Bioethics in the United States." Doody’s Review Service (on-line). (July, 2013)
  • Review of "The Roots of Bioethics: Health, Progress, Technology, Death." Doody’s Review Service (on-line). (June, 2013)
  • Review of “Bioethics: An Introduction.” Doody’s Review Service (on-line). (December, 2012)
  • Review of “The History and Future of Bioethics: A Sociological View.” Doody’s Review Service (on-line). (November, 2012)
  • Review of "Informed Consent, Proxy Consent, and Catholic Bioethics." Doody's Review Service (on-line). (forthcoming: May, 2012).
  • Review of "From Justice to Protection: A Proposal for Public Health Bioethics." Doody's Review Service (on-line). (forthcoming: May, 2012).
  • Review of "Death, Dying, and Organ Transplantation: Reconstructing Medical Ethics at the End of Life." Doody's Review Service (on-line). (February, 2012).
  • Review of "Medical Ethics: Sources of Catholic Teachings (Fourth Edition)." Doody's Review Service (on-line). (August, 2011).

Jason Lesandrini

Publications:
  • David Williamson, Jason Lesandrini, Jinu Kamdar, “Alone and Saying No.” American Journal of Bioethics, 2016. (Forthcoming).
  • David Williamson, Jason Lesandrini, Jinu Kamdar, “Decision making for the surrogateless patient: An attempt to improve decision making.” American Journal of Bioethics, 2016. (Forthcoming).
  • Laura S. Johnson, Jason Lesandrini, and Nneka O. Mokwunye. "Asking Difficult Questions: Evaluating Resident Initiated Ethics Discussions." Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 2014. 219(3): S50.
  • Maura George and Jason Lesandrini. “Case Commentary: A Case of Too Much Maternalism”. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 2014. 23(2): 234-238.
  • Anna Skold, Jason Lesandrini, Steven Gorbatkin. “Ethics and Health Policy of Dialyzing a Patient in a Persistent Vegetative State”. The Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. 2014. 9(2): 366-70
  • Jason Lesandrini and Neil Dickert. “Ethical Challenges in Clinical Research with Low Resource Populations.” Atlanta Medicine, 2013. 84(2): 22-27.
  • Laura S. Johnson, Jason Lesandrini, and Grace S. Rozycki. “Use of the Medical Ethics Consultation Service in a Busy Level I Trauma Center: Impact on Decision-Making and Patient Care”. The American Surgeon, 2012. 78(7): 735-740.
  • Richard Pitman and Jason Lesandrini. Informed consent and Decision-making capacity in Medical Management of the Surgical Patient, 5th Ed edited by M. Lubin, T. Dodson, and N. Winawer. 2013.
  • Jason Lesandrini, Maura George, Eric L. Flenaugh, Sandra Sanchez. “Ethics Grand Rounds: Multidrug-Resistant Organisms in a Patient with Traumatic Brain Injury — Ethicists’ Answer”. Journal Watch Hospital Medicine, April 4, 2011.
  • Ana S. Iltis, Anji Wall, Jason Lesandrini, Erica K. Rangel and John T. Chibnall. “Federal interpretation and enforcement of protections for vulnerable participants in human research”. J Empir Res Hum Res Ethics, 2009. 4(1): p. 37-41.
  • Review of Birnbacher, D (2008). Giving Death a Helping Hand: Physician-Assisted Suicide and Public Policy. An International Perspective/ edited by D. Birnbacher et al., Springer. Doody's Review Service available at, http://www.doody.com.
  • Review of Ashcroft, R. E. (2007). Principles of health care ethics / edited by Richard E. Ashcroft et al., (2nd ed.); Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. Doody's Review Service available at, http://www.doody.com.
  • Review of Bayer, R. (2007). Public Health Ethics: Theory, Policy, and Practice/ edited by Ronald Bayer et al., Oxford University Press. Provincial Health Ethics Network Book Review Club available at http://www.phen.ab.ca/library_books/docs/PublicHealthEthics.pdf

Timothy Rubbelke

Publications:

Emily K. Trancik

Publications:
  • Trancik, Emily and Rachelle Barina. “Catholic Identity on the Frontiers of Modern Health Care.” US Catholic (forthcoming).
  • Trancik, Emily. “Lost in Translation: Spiritual Assessment and the Religious Tradition.” Christian Bioethics 9, no. 3 (2013): 282-298.
  • Barina, Rachelle and Emily Trancik. “From Call to Consult: A Strategy for Responding to an Ethics Request.” Health Care Ethics USA 21, no. 4 (2013): 22-27.
  • Barina, Rachelle and Emily Trancik. “Moving Ethics into Ambulatory Care: The Future of Catholic Health Care Ethics in Shifting Delivery Trends.” Health Care Ethics USA 21, no. 2 (2013).
  • Hien Lu, Emily Trancik, F. Amos Bailey, Christine Ritchie, Kenneth Rosenfeld, Scott Shreve, Christian Furman, Dawn Smith, Catherine Wolff, David Casarett. "Families' Perceptions of End-of-Life Care in Veterans Affairs versus Non-Veterans Affairs Facilities." Journal of Palliative Medicine. August 2010, 13(8): 991-996.

Meghan Vasher

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