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  STUDIA BIOETHICA - Issue no.Special Issue / 2021 - Table of contents
     
     
 
1.  WELCOME LETTER.
          Authors: MARIA ALUAŞ.


2.  EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF CENTRES OF MEDICAL ETHICS ‒ GENERAL INFORMATION ‒.
          Authors: .


3.  HUMAN GERMLINE GENOME EDITING: CURSE OR BLESSING?.
          Authors: GUIDO DE WERT.


4.  THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE BIOETHICS OF CARE.
          Authors: MARIANNA GENSABELLA FURNARI.


5.  MEDICAL ETHICS: UNCOMMON MORALITY AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR MEDICAL ETHICS EDUCATION.
          Authors: ROSAMOND RHODES.


6.  WHY GOODNESS AND INTEGRITY IN RESEARCH MATTERS, AND PERHAPS MOST.
          Authors: JAN HELGE SOLBAKK.


7.  MATTER OVER MIND. WHAT SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES WITH INTERSEX CHILDREN EXIST?.
          Authors: DARIA ABROSIMOVA, MARTIN GRAMC.


8.  IS THERE A MORAL INTENTION TO REPRODUCE SOMEONE ELSE?.
          Authors: ATANAS ANOV.


9.  UNDERSTANDING RESPONSIBILITY IN STEM CELL RESEARCH.
          Authors: LARS ASSEN, KARIN JONGSMA, ANNELIEN BREDENOORD.


10.  iPS CELLS: DON’T FORGET ABOUT THE SOFT IMPACTS.
          Authors: LARS ASSEN, ANNELIEN BREDENOORD, KARIN JONGSMA, MARIANNA TRYFONIDOU, ROSARIO ISASI.


11.  ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE DEACTIVATION OF TOTAL ARTIFICIAL HEART SUPPORT – A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW.
          Authors: ALBERTO EMANUEL BACUSCA, ANDREEA ELENA BIRLESCU, CRISTINA GAVRILUTA, GRIGORE TINICA, BEATRICE GABRIELA IOAN.


12.  TRANSLATIONAL ETHICS: JUSTIFIED ROLES OF BIOETHICISTS WITHIN AND BEYOND LIFECYCLES OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS IN HEALTH.
          Authors: KRISTINE BÆRØE, TORBJØRN GUNDERSEN.


13.  EVERYDAY ETHICAL CHALLENGES AND INFORMAL ETHICS SUPPORT STRUCTURES OF MIGRANT CAREGIVERS IN OLDER ADULT CARE IN ENGLAND.
          Authors: KUMERI BANDARA.


14.  TRANSLATING RESEARCHERS’ EXPERIENCES INTO TRAINING ON RESEARCH INTEGRITY AT UNIVERSITIES OF APPLIED SCIENCES (TETRIAS).
          Authors: SUSAN BERENTSEN, FENNEKE BLOM, ROB VAN DER SANDE.


15.  PUBLICO – A DIGITAL TOOL FOR PANDEMIC CRISIS COMMUNICATION AND MANAGEMENT.
          Authors: NIKOLA BILLER-ANDORNO, GIOVANNI SPITALE, BETTINA SCHWIND, KRISTEN JAFFLIN, ANDREA KAISER-GROLIMUND, SONJA MERTEN.


16.  THEORISING AND CRITIQUING ‘BEST INTERESTS’: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW.
          Authors: GILES BIRCHLEY.


17.  A SMART ETHICS IS AN ETHICS COMMITTED TO CLOSE-LISTENING.
          Authors: BERNADETTE BLESGRAAF-ROEST.


18.  THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY IN APP DIAGNOSIS: OUTCOMES AND IMPLICATIONS BY EXAMPLE.
          Authors: SORANA D. BOLBOACĂ, ADRIANA ELENA BULBOACĂ.


19.  ADVANCE CARE PLANNING AND SHARED DECISION-MAKING: PAVING THE WAY.
          Authors: FRANCESCA BOSISIO, DANIELA RITZENTHALER, EVE RUBLI TRUCHARD, RALF J. JOX.


20.  EGG DONATION IN ART. LEGAL AND LOGICAL ARGUMENTS.
          Authors: EMMA CAPULLI, ELVIRA PASSARO.


21.  CLINICAL TRIALS INVOLVING MINORS: THE ROLE OF THE ETHICS CONSULTATION IN AVOIDING THERAPEUTIC MISCONCEPTION.
          Authors: SILVIA CERUTI.


22.  CLINICAL ETHICS AND DISORDER OF CONSCIOUSNESS.
          Authors: CHIARA-CAMILLA DERCHI, SILVIA CERUTI, ILARIA GIUBBILO.


23.  THE COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS ONLINE BIOETHICS LECTURE DELIVERY ON STUDENT LEARNING IN DISCUSSION BOARD POSTS.
          Authors: JENNY CLARK SCHIFF, MICHAEL L. J. GREER, RYAN FELDER, JULIA KOLAK, JOANNA SMOLENSKI, KYLE FERGUSON, PAUL CUMMINS, ROSAMOND RHODES.


24.  WHAT ETHICS FOR AN INCLUSIVE AGEING SOCIETY?.
          Authors: JEAN-PHILIPPE COBBAUT, GRÉGORY AIGUIER.


25.  ETHICAL APPROACH TO ROAD TRAFFIC INJURIES PREVENTION.
          Authors: SVETLANA COCIU.


26.  LIFE QUALITY OF PATIENTS WITH FACE TRANSPLANT.
          Authors: VLAD COVRIG, CRISTIAN BUDACU, BEATRICE IOAN.


27.  GHOSTWRITING AND AUTHORSHIP PRACTICES IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH: A STUDY PROTOCOL.
          Authors: ALINA-GEORGIANA COZMA, MARIA ALUAȘ, SORANA D. BOLBOACĂ.


28.  COVID-19 MENTAL HEALTH IMPACTS. CHALLENGES FOR PSYCHIATRISTS.
          Authors: CĂTĂLINA CRIȘAN, BIANCA SUCIU.


29.  COULD COVID-19 CHALLENGE TRIALS BE REASONABLY REJECTED AS MORALLY IMPERMISSIBLE? A CONTRACTUALIST PERSPECTIVE.
          Authors: HORAȚIU TRAIAN CRIȘAN.


30.  TOLERANCE: TOO LITTLE FOR CLINICAL ETHICS IN A PLURALIST SOCIETY?.
          Authors: PAUL J. CUMMINS, FEDERICO NICOLI.


31.  DOCTOR – PATIENT RELATIONSHIP IN CLINICAL LEGAL – MEDICINE PRACTICE.
          Authors: GEORGE CRISTIAN CURCA, IULIANA DIAC, VIOLETA IONELA CHIRICA, FILIP VIRGIL PERDE.


32.  A RESEARCH OF MEDICAL ETHICS AND BIOETHICS TOPICS AND KEYWORDS IN MAJOR DATABASES IN TWO PERIOD TIME: 1918-1919 SPANISH FLU PANDEMIC AND 2020 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC – MAIN VALUES AND SOCIAL NEEDS.
          Authors: GEORGE CRISTIAN CURCA, RUXADRA IOANA ȚURLEA, LARISA UDRIȘTIOIU.


33.  ETHICAL MODELS IN THE DOUBLE RELATIONSHIP PHYSICIAN-PATIENT WHEN ESTABLISHING CHILD CUSTODY IN PARENTAL DIVORCE AND SEPARATION WITH INTENSE CONFLICTUALITY: DIFFERENT CONCEPTS FOR PHYSICIAN AND FOR PSYCHOLOGIST?.
          Authors: GEORGE CRISTIAN CURCA, IULIANA DIAC, IULIANA DOBRESCU, LUCIA-EMANUELA ANDREI, MIHAELA STANCU, FLORINA RAD, ELENA STEFANACHE, SIMONA DRAGOMIRESCU, GEORGIA FRANCESCA CULEA.


34.  COVID-19, THE PERFECT TIME TO BROADEN OUR HORIZONS ABOUT SOCIAL MEDIA USE IN ONCOLOGY?.
          Authors: EVA DE CLERCQ, MICHAEL ROST, BERNICE ELGER.


35.  ENDING MALARIA WITH GENE DRIVE TECHNOLOGIES? A NORMATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF HUMANS IN NATURE.
          Authors: NIENKE DE GRAEFF, KARIN JONGSMA, ANNELIEN BREDENOORD.


36.  USING AT-HOME DNA TESTS FOR CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS – A CALL FOR A COLLECTIVE APPROACH TO INVESTIGATIVE GENETIC GENEALOGY.
          Authors: NINA DE GROOT.


37.  ETHICS OF FIRST-IN-HUMAN TRANSPLANTATION TRIALS OF BIOARTIFICIAL ORGANS.
          Authors: DIDE DE JONGH, ELINE BUNNIK, EMMA MASSEY.


38.  HOW SMART ARE SMART MATERIALS? A CONCEPTUAL AND ETHICAL ANALYSIS.
          Authors: ANNE-FLOOR J. DE KANTER, KARIN R. JONGSMA, ANNELIEN L. BREDENOORD.


39.  ETHICS SUPPORT FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF HOSPITAL BEDS: CO-CREATING A MAP OF VALUES AND NORMS FOR THE ALLOCATION MEETINGS.
          Authors: JANINE DE SNOO-TRIMP, LAURA HARTMAN, BERT MOLEWIJK.


40.  MORAL COMPETENCE, MORAL TEAMWORK, MORAL ACTION – OUTCOMES OF MORAL CASE DELIBERATION IN THE EURO-MCD 2.0 FOR EVALUATING CLINICAL ETHICS SUPPORT.
          Authors: JANINE DE SNOO-TRIMP.


41.  BRAIN BANKING – BIOETHICAL IMPLICATIONS.
          Authors: IOANA DIACONESCU, SORIN HOSTIUC, CURCĂ GEORGE CRISTIAN.


42.  PHARMACOGENOMICS: ETHICAL ISSUES IN DATA MANAGEMENT.
          Authors: IOANA DIACONESCU, SORIN HOSTIUC.


43.  MODIFYING NATURAL BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES BY ENFORCING ETHICAL VALUES.
          Authors: JAUME DURAN.


44.  STEREOTYPING IN ROBOTIC CARE: AN ETHICAL ANALYSIS OF VULNERABILITIES AMONG OLDER PEOPLE IN DIGITALIZED CARE SETTINGS.
          Authors: NIKLAS ELLERICH-GROPPE, MERLE WEßEL, MARK SCHWEDA.


45.  SELF-TRACKING AS A THREAT TO SOLIDARY HEALTHCARE? A POWER-CRITICAL APPROACH TOWARDS SOLIDARITY IN DIGITALIZED HEALTH CARE.
          Authors: NIKLAS ELLERICH-GROPPE.


46.  FEAR OF DEATH IN MEDICAL STUDENTS 1998-2019.
          Authors: MONTSERRAT ESQUERDA, ANA ISABEL PARRA, ANNA M. AGUSTÍ, JOSEP PIFARRE.


47.  THE EMBASSY OF GOOD SCIENCE: A COMMUNITY-BASED INITIATIVE TO STRENGTHEN RESEARCH INTEGRITY AND ETHICS.
          Authors: NATALIE EVANS, GIULIA INGUAGGIATO, MARC VAN HOOF, BERT GORDIJN, KRIS DIERICKX, ANA MARUSIC, GUY WIDDERSHOVEN.


48.  RESULTS OF HIV AND STD TESTS: WHAT CONTRIBUTION OF INTERNET? WHAT ETHICAL ISSUES?.
          Authors: NICOLAS FOUREUR.


49.  A “SCHOOL OF CLINICAL ETHICS”: CLINICAL ETHICS EDUCATION FOR CLINICIANS AND PHILOSOPHY STUDENTS.
          Authors: LUCIA GALVAGNI.


50.  HOW TO MEASURE GOAL CONCORDANT CARE IN ORDER TO EVALUATE ADVANCE CARE PLANNING WITH INTEGRITY: A LITERATURE REVIEW.
          Authors: SOPHIE GLOEECKLER, MANUEL TRACHSEL.


51.  EMBRACING THE AUTONOMY OF CATHOLIC WOMEN – DISCUSSING THE HEALTHCARE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE CHURCH’S BAN ON CONTRACEPTION.
          Authors: JAN GREGUŠ.


52.  INFORMED CONSENT FOR ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION IN OLDER ADULTS: ARE PATIENT DECISION AIDS THE SOLUTION FOR SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF SHARED DECISION-MAKING IN TRANSPLANT CLINICAL PRACTICE?.
          Authors: ALESSANDRA AGNESE GROSSI, FEDERICO NICOLI, JACOPO TESTA, MARIO PICOZZI.


53.  SUPPORTING ETHICAL DECISION MAKING – A TOOL FOR ETHICAL REFLECTION ON CARE TECHNOLOGIES .
          Authors: KATRIN GRÜBER, ELENA LOEVSKAYA.


54.  CLAIMS OF MEDICAL MALPRACTICE IN THE AGE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.
          Authors: BIANCA HANGANU, IRINA SMARANDA MANOILESCU, BEATRICE GABRIELA IOAN.


55.  UTILIZING APPLIED DRAMA IN CLINICAL ETHICS EDUCATION.
          Authors: KENJI HATTORI.


56.  ETHICAL VALUES REASSESSED: RETHINKING THE COVID19 PANDEMIC FIRST TRIAGE GUIDELINES .
          Authors: SABINE HAUSER, ROUVEN PORZ, MARIA ALUAȘ.


57.  ADDRESSING THE EVIDENCE GAP IN MEDICATION FOR PREGNANT WOMEN: THE NEED FOR MORE SOLIDARITY?.
          Authors: MARIEKE HOLLESTELLE, RIEKE VAN DER GRAAF, MIRIAM STURKENBOOM, HANS VAN DELDEN.


58.  SHARING WHILST CARING: SOLIDARITY AND PUBLIC TRUST IN A DATA-DRIVEN HEALTHCARE SYSTEM.
          Authors: RUTH HORN, ANGELIKI KERASIDOU.


59.  MANAGEMENT OF MEDICAL DATA IN EMERGING THREATS.
          Authors: SORIN HOSTIUC.


60.  PROMOTING RESPONSIBLE RESEARCH PRACTICES BY TRAINING RESEARCHERS’ VIRTUES.
          Authors: GIULIA INGUAGGIATO, NATHALIE EVANS, MARGREET STOLPER, BERT MOLEWIJK, GUY WIDDERSHOVEN.


61.  ETHICAL ASPECTS OF USING VIRTUAL REALITY IN PSYCHIATRY.
          Authors: OANA MARIA ISAILĂ, SORIN HOSTIUC, FILIP CURCĂ, GEORGE CRISTIAN CURCĂ.


62.  ETHICAL ASPECTS IN ANIMAL ASSISTED THERAPY IN PSYCHIATRY.
          Authors: OANA-MARIA ISAILĂ, SORIN HOSTIUC, GEORGE CRISTIAN CURCĂ.


63.  DOES INSTITUTIONALISING REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION INCREASE CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTIONS OF MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS?.
          Authors: RYOKO ISHIKAWA.


64.  ATTITUDES AND OPINIONS OF MEDICAL STUDENTS AND HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS ABOUT THE COVID-19 VACCINE (A QUANTITATIVE STUDY FROM A MEDICAL SCHOOL AND ITS AFFILIATED HOSPITALS) .
          Authors: YESIM ISIL ULMAN, ARSHIYA ABBASZADEH, BERIL AY, DIYAR DOGRUCAM, MIRKAN DIKEC, SHAHAD AL-AMOUDI, YAREN NUR DEMIR, SAHIN SENAY.


65.  PHYSICIAN APPROACHES TO ADDRESSING CONFLICT ARISING IN END-OF-LIFE DECISION-MAKING IN THE ADULT INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW.
          Authors: HARLEEN JOHAL.


66.  MEDICALISATION AND THE TREATMENT-ENHANCEMENT DISTINCTION IN THE ETHICAL DEBATE ON GENE EDITING .
          Authors: TESS JOHNSON.


67.  ATTITUDES TOWARDS ASSISTED SUICIDE AMONG HOSPITAL WORKERS: RESULTS OF A LARGE MULTIPROFESSIONAL SURVEY IN FRENCH-SPEAKING SWITZERLAND.
          Authors: RALF J. JOX.


68.  CONSIDERING THE ROLE AND NATURE OF EMPATHY, COMPASSION AND TRUST IN THE ERA OF AI IN HEALTHCARE .
          Authors: ANGELIKI KERASIDOU.


69.  ETHICAL QUARANTINE IN THE GLOBALIZED AGE.
          Authors: SATOSHI KODAMA, MIHO TANAKA.


70.  LEARNING PRACTICAL WISDOM FROM MORAL CASE DELIBERATION THROUGH MORISPRUDENCE.
          Authors: JOS KOLE.


71.  DEVELOPING ORGANISATIONAL DIVERSITY STATEMENTS THROUGH DIALOGICAL CLINICAL ETHICS SUPPORT: THE ROLE OF THE CLINICAL ETHICIST.
          Authors: CHARLOTTE KRÖGER, SUZANNE METSELAAR, BERT MOLEWIJK.


72.  THE ‘DIVERSITY-COMPASS’: DEVELOPING AN INSTRUMENT FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS TO DEAL WITH MORAL ISSUES CONCERNING CULTURAL, RELIGIOUS AND SEXUAL DIVERSITY IN LONG-TERM CARE ORGANIZATIONS.
          Authors: CHARLOTTE KRÖGER, SUZANNE METSELAAR.


73.  BIOCOLONIALISM AND INFORMED CONSENT. THE HAVASUPAI CASE.
          Authors: BARBARA KRZYŻEWSKA.


74.  FROM GENE-EDITED BABY TO CYBORG SOLDIER: ON THE LIMITS TO NEW BIOTECHNOLOGY BY THE EUGENICS MOVEMENT .
          Authors: CHANG-YUN KU.


75.  CO-CREATION: A NOVEL APPROACH TO DEVELOPING GUIDELINES FOR RESEARCH INTEGRITY POLICY – LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE SOPS4RI PROJECT.
          Authors: KRISHMA LABIB, JOERI TIJDINK.


76.  MORAL CHALLENGES OF ETHICS SUPPORT STAFF. DEVELOPING A MORAL COMPASS FOR FACILITATORS OF MORAL CASE DELIBERATION.
          Authors: WIEKE LIGTENBERG, MARGREET STOLPER, BERT MOLEWIJK.


77.  SHIFTING RESPONSIBILITIES IN MEDICINE 4.0 – A PROJECT REPORT.
          Authors: GEORG LINDINGER, BETTINA SCHMIETOW.


78.  PRECLINICAL LECTURES IN MEDICAL FORMATION: PROFESSIONALISM, ETHICS AND RESPONSIBILITY.
          Authors: CRISTIAN CEZAR LOGIN, SIMONA CLICHICI.


79.  ETHICS, DATA AND INFORMATION IN GENOME SEQUENCING IN NEWBORNS.
          Authors: DAVID LORENZO, MONTSERRAT ESQUERDA, MARGARITA BOFARULL, FRANCESC PALAU, JOSE JAVIER ORDOÑEZ, VICTORIA CUSI, FRANCISCO J. CAMBRA, MARC ILLA, JOAN CARRERA.


80.  MORAL OR ETHICAL EXPERTS? THE ROLE OF BIOETHICISTS IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY.
          Authors: PAWEŁ ŁUKÓW.


81.  READING THE MINDS OF YOUNG PEOPLE FOR THEIR OWN GOOD – THE ETHICS OF DIGITAL PHENOTYPING FOR MENTAL HEALTH IN SCHOOLS.
          Authors: DAVID M. LYRESKOG, GABRIELA PAVARINI, EDWARD JACOBS, VANESSA BENNETT, ILINA SINGH.


82.  RIGHT TO TRY AND PHYSICIAN ASSISTED SUICIDE: SIMILAR OR DIFFERENT?.
          Authors: ANDREA MARTANI.


83.  THE ETHICS OF E-CIGARETTES FOR SMOKING CESSATION: A GLOBAL CHALLENGE.
          Authors: CRISTIAN I. MEGHEA, OANA BLAGA, MARINA DASCAL, TEODORA FRATILA, PETRU SANDU, HORATIU COLOSI.


84.  LOOKING AT OVERTREATMENT IN ESTHETIC DENTISTRY AS A PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS APPROACH.
          Authors: ALEXANDRU MESTER, MARIA ALUAŞ, ROXANA BORDEA, ONDINE LUCACIU.


85.  SYSTEMATIC EVALUATION OF TWO YEARS OF ETHICS REFLECTION GROUPS. CHANGES OVER TIME REGARDING EMPLOYEES’ ATTITUDES, USER INVOLVEMENT, TEAM COOPERATION AND THE HANDLING OF DISAGREEMENT.
          Authors: BERT MOLEWIJK, REIDAR PEDERSEN, ALMAR KOK, REIDUN FØRDE, OLAF AASLAND.


86.  COMPROMISING CONFIDENTIALITY: WHERE TO STRIKE THE BALANCE?.
          Authors: JAMES MORGAN, KIRSTY MACKAY, IAN THOMAS.


87.  BLIND SPOTS RECONSIDERED – EPISTEMIC INJUSTICE IN CLINICAL ETHICS SUPPORT.
          Authors: AURORA MUFF, THU HANG LE, MICHAEL BUZZI, ROUVEN PORZ.


88.  ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE USAGE OF ICT “SMART HOMES” FOR ELDERLY DEMENTIA PATIENTS (EPwD) IN THE UK.
          Authors: GIA MUKHERJEE, ASIM CHATTERJEE.


89.  ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, SOCIAL MEDIA AND DEPRESSION. ‘PATIENT’ AUTONOMY REVISITED .
          Authors: REGINA MUELLER, SEBASTIAN LAACKE, GEORG SCHOMERUS, SABINE SALLOCH.


90.  QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF CLINICAL ETHICS CONSULTATION. REFLECTION ON THE APPLICABILITY OF THE ETHICS CONSULTATION QUALITY ASSESSMENT TOOL .
          Authors: STEPHAN NADOLNY, ANDRE NOWAK, NICOLAS HEIRICH, JAN SCHILDMANN.


91.  FROM ACUTE EVENTS TO CHRONIC DISEASE CONDITIONS: AN INTEGRATED MODEL FOR ETHICS CONSULTATION ALONG THE CONTINUUM OF CARE.
          Authors: FEDERICO NICOLI, ALESSANDRA AGNESE GROSSI, JACOPO TESTA, ALESSANDRA GASPARETTO, MARIO PICOZZI.


92.  COVID-19, MEDIA REPORTING, AND THE ROLE OF BIOETHICISTS.
          Authors: FEDERICO NICOLI, PAUL J. CUMMINS, JOSEPH A. RAHO.


93.  USING GOALS OF CARE CONVERSATIONS TO BUILD ETHICS COMPETENCY .
          Authors: NICO NORTJE.


94.  ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, ROBOTS AND BIOETHICAL CHALLENGES.
          Authors: RENZO PEGORARO.


95.  ETHICAL ISSUES RELATING TO PRENATAL GENETIC TESTING.
          Authors: ADELINE PERROT, RUTH HORN.


96.  ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN ICU PREPARATIONS FOR VIRAL EPIDEMICS.
          Authors: CRISTINA PETRIȘOR, SEBASTIAN TRANCA.


97.  BETWEEN ETHICS AND AESTHETICS – RECEPTION OF GENETIC INFORMATION AND NARRATIVE EXPERIENCE.
          Authors: RAPHAËL PFEIFFER.


98.  ETHICAL CHALLENGES IN MANDATORY VACCINATION AGAINST COVID-19.
          Authors: MIROSLAV RADENKOVIC.


99.  INFORMED CONSENT IN DENTISTRY – WHEN, WHY AND HOW.
          Authors: JELENA ROGANOVIĆ.


100.  COMMERCIAL MHEALTH APPS AND EXPLOITATIVE VALUE TRADE-OFFS.
          Authors: LEON ROSSMAIER.


101.  ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE ROMANIAN PHARMACEUTICAL SYSTEM IN THE CONTEXT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
          Authors: LUCIA MARIA RUS, SIMONA CODRUȚA HEGHEȘ, ADELA CACOVEAN, LIGIA ANCUȚA HUI, ALINA UIFĂLEAN, CRISTINA ADELA IUGA.


102.  REDEFINING THE DOCTOR-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP IN THE ERA OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – MODERN MEDICINE’S DILEMMA.
          Authors: ROXANA ELENA RUSU, BEATRICE GABRIELA IOAN.


103.  ECONOMICALLY UNSUSTAINABLE DRUGS AND INTERGENERATIONAL HEALTH CARE JUSTICE.
          Authors: DARIO SACCHINI, PIETRO REFOLO, ANTONIO G. SPAGNOLO.


104.  THE ITALIAN MASTER IN CLINICAL BIOETHICS CONSULTATION: 2013-2020 EXPERIENCE.
          Authors: DARIO SACCHINI, PIETRO REFOLO, BARBARA CORSANO, MARIO PICOZZI, RENZO PEGORARO, MARIA TERESA IANNONE, VITTORADOLFO TAMBONE, GIAN ANTONIO DEI TOS, CLAUDIO BUCCELLI, ANTONIO G. SPAGNOLO.


105.  THE WORLD WILL NEVER BE THE SAME … BUT WILL I CHANGE? ANTICIPATED MORAL CHANGE IN GENERATION X POST-CORONA NARRATIVES.
          Authors: YASHAR SAGHAI, LUCIA GALVAGNI, MONICA CONSOLANDI.


106.  THE CONCEPT OF VULNERABILITY IN AGED CARE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF ARGUMENT-BASED ETHICS LITERATURE.
          Authors: VIRGINIA SANCHINI, ROBERTA SALA, CHRIS GASTMANS.


107.  ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS IN ROMANIAN COVID-19 VACCINATION CAMPAIGN .
          Authors: PETRU SANDU, MARIA ALUAȘ, RĂZVAN M. CHERECHEȘ.


108.  UNDERSTANDING GLOBAL CHALLENGES OF RAPIDLY DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGIES: DIGITAL METHODS FOR EMPIRICAL BIOETHICS.
          Authors: MANUEL SCHNEIDER, ALESSANDRO BLASIMME, EFFY VAYENA.


109.  A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE ETHICAL EVALUATION OF SUPPORTED DECISION-MAKING.
          Authors: MATTHÉ SCHOLTEN, JAKOV GATHER, JOCHEN VOLLMANN.


110.  OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS OF SELF-BINDING DIRECTIVES: RESULTS FROM INTERVIEW STUDIES WITH STAKEHOLDERS IN GERMANY AND THE NETHERLANDS.
          Authors: MATTHÉ SCHOLTEN, LAURA VAN MELLE, JAKOV GATHER, YOLANDE VOSKES, GUY WIDDERSHOVEN, JOCHEN VOLLMANN.


111.  THE ROLE OF RESEARCH ETHICS COMMITTEES: MAKING A FAIR OFFER.
          Authors: MARK SHEEHAN.


112.  MEDICAL REFUSAL: ETHICAL APPROACHES AND ISSUES FOR THE DIFFERENT SIDES OF THE CONCEPT.
          Authors: ANDREEA IULIA SOMEȘAN.


113.  WHEN SOCIETY OWNS MY BODY... ETHICAL PERSPECTIVES ON KNOWING IN ADVANCE POSSIBLE HEALTH ISSUES AND THE EMBODIMENT.
          Authors: ANDREEA IULIA SOMEȘAN.


114.  ALLOCATING RESOURCES IN CANCER CARE DURING PANDEMIC. FINDINGS FROM A QUALITATIVE INTERVIEW STUDY WITH ONCOLOGISTS AND ETHICAL ANALYSIS.
          Authors: SABINE SOMMERLATTE, ANNA-LENA KRAEFT, CELINE LUGNIER, ANKE REINACHER-SCHICK, JAN SCHILDMANN.


115.  LIVED SOLIDARITY IN THE AUSTRIAN HEALTHCARE SYSTEM. HEALTHCARE WORKERS’ SOLIDARISTIC PRACTICES WITH REFUGEES.
          Authors: WANDA SPAHL, BARBARA PRAINSACK.


116.  ETHICS OF HOME MONITORING DURING THE CORONA CRISIS: PROMOTING PATIENT EMPOWERMENT? LESSONS FROM THE PANDEMIC.
          Authors: JONA (J.) SPECKER, INEKE (L.L.E.) BOLT.


117.  DECISION-MAKING ETHICS WITH REGARD TO LIFE-SUSTAINING INTERVENTIONS: SUMMONING WHAT OTHER PATIENTS CHOSE.
          Authors: ANCA STERIE, EVE RUBLI TRUCHARD, RALF J JOX.


118.  HOW TO TRAIN AND ASSESS THE QUALITY OF FACILITATORS FOR MORAL CASE DELIBERATION? EXPERIENCES WITH AND EVALUATION OF SELF-REFLECTION AND OBSERVATION FORMS FOR FACILITATORS OF MORAL CASE DELIBERATION.
          Authors: MARGREET STOLPER, BERT MOLEWIJK.


119.  EUTHANASIA AND WITHDRAWAL OF TREATMENT IN PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND INTRACTABLE DISEASES: COMPARISON BETWEEN JAPAN AND WESTERN COUNTRIES.
          Authors: MIHO TANAKA, SATOSHI KODAMA.


120.  CASE STUDY OF THE MORAL DILEMMA: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY VS. NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES .
          Authors: ROMAN TARABRIN.


121.  THE CHALLENGES OF MULTICULTURALISM ON INFORMED CONSENT IN CLINICAL RESEARCH.
          Authors: JOSEPH THAM.


122.  BEST INTERESTS DECISIONS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE: REVIEWING THE CURRENT EVIDENCE.
          Authors: EMANUELE VALENTI.


123.  THE DIGI-TABLE METHOD AS A TOOL FOR REFLECTING ON RESEARCH ETHICS.
          Authors: WIM VAN DER MOLEN, ELS MAECKELBERGHE.


124.  FOUNDATIONAL ELEMENTS OF AN ETHICAL DECISION-MAKING MODEL APPLIED IN THE BIOPHARMACEUTICAL CONTEXT.
          Authors: CLAAR VAN DER ZEE, TATJANA POPLAZAROVA, VERONIQUE DELPIRE.


125.  THE VALUE OF PRIVACY IN SMART DEMENTIA CARE: EMPIRICAL AND ETHICAL.
          Authors: MARK SCHWEDA, EIKE BUHR.


126.  THE TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE IN A TRUSTWORTHY DOCTOR-PATIENT INTERACTION: A PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEM.
          Authors: MONICA CONSOLANDI.


 
     
 
 
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