Publications

Publications of ECEN and its members (as of March 2020)

 

ECEN initiated papers

Listed chronologically

2017

  1. de Snoo-Trimp J, Widdershoven G, Svantesson M, de Vet R, Molewijk B: What Outcomes do Dutch Healthcare Professionals Perceive as Important Before Participation in Moral Case Deliberation? Bioethics 31,4:246-257 (2017).

2016

  1. Molewijk B, Reiter-Theil S: The particular relevance of clinical ethics support in psychiatry. Concepts, research, and experiences. Clinical Ethics 11,23:43–44 (2016).
  2. Molewijk B, Reiter-Theil S: Thematic Issue “Clinical Ethics in Psychiatry”. Clinical Ethics 11,2-3:43-44 (2016).
  3. Molewijk, B, Slowther A, Schildmann J: The European Clinical Ethics Network (ECEN): the professional development of clinical ethics support in Europe and the role of evaluation thereby. Bioethica Forum 9,2:86–89 (2016).
  4. Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S: Hans-Joachim Schwager-prize for clinical ethics for 2016 goes to Bulgaria. EACME Newsletter, 43:10-12 (2016).
  5. Aleksandrova-Yankulovska, S: Bulgaria with Clinical Ethics Award for 2016. (България с награда за клинична етика за 2016 г. Александрова-Янкуловска, С. Социална медицина), Social Medicine, 1,1 20-21 (2016). [in Bulgarian]

2015

2014

  1. Svantesson M, Karlsson J, Boitte P, Schildman J, Dauwerse L, Widdershoven G, Pedersen R, Huisman M, Molewijk B: Outcomes of Moral Case Deliberation – the development of an evaluation instrument for clinical ethics support (the Euro-MCD). BMC Medical Ethics 8,15:30 (2014).

2013

  1. Schildmann J, Molewijk B, Benaryo L, Førde R, Neitzke G: Evaluation of clinical ethics support services and its normativity. J Med Ethics 39:681-5 (2013).

2012

  1. Hurst SA: A clinical room with a view. EACME Newsletter 31:6 (2012).

2011

  1. Dorries A, Boitte P, Borovecki A, Cobbaut JP, Reiter-Theil S, Slowther AM: Institutional Challenges for Clinical Ethics Committees. HEC Forum 23:193-215 (2011).

2010

  1. Aleksandrova, S: Experience in Ethical Decision-making and Attitude of Regional Hospital Physicians toward Ethics Consultation. In: J. Schildmann, J.S. Gordon and J. Vollmann (Eds): Clinical Ethics Consultation: Theories & methods – implementation – evaluation. England, Ashgate 2010 pp. 175-187.
  2. Borovečki A: Clinical Ethics Consultation in Croatia. In: Schildman J, Gordon JS, Vollmann J (Eds): Ethikkonsultation heute – vom Modell zur Praxis. Ashgate Publishing Limited, Farnham 2010. pp. 139-147.
  3. Pedersen R, Hurst S, Schildmann J, Schuster S, Molewijk B: The development of a descriptive evaluation tool for clinical ethics case consultations. Clinical Ethics 5:136-141 (2010).
  4. Hurst S: What ‘Empirical Turn in Bioethics?’. Bioethics 24,8:439-44 (2010).

2009

  1. Fournier V, Rari E, Førde R, Neitzke G, Pegararo R, Newson A: Clinical ethics consultation in Europe: a comparative and ethical review of the role of patients. Clin Ethics 4:131-8 (2009).
  2. Rari E, Fournier V: Strengths and limitations of considering patients as ethics actors equal to doctors: reflections on the patient’ position in a French clinical ethics consultation setting. Clinical Ethics 4:152 (2009).
  3. Neitzke G: Patient involvement in clinical ethics services: from access to participation and membership. Clin Ethics 4,3:146-151 (2009).
  4. Newson AJ, Neitzke G, Reiter-Theil S: The role of patients in European clinical ethics consultation. Clin Ethics 4,3:109-110 (2009).
  5. Strech D, Borovecki A, Kovacs L: Report on the conference “Clinical ethics consultation: theories and methods – implementation – evaluation”, February 11-15, 2008, Bochum , Germany. Medicine Health Care and Philosophy 1:109-110 (2009).

2008

  1. Strech D., Borovecki A., Kovacs L. Report on the conference “Clinical ethics consultation: theories and methods- implementation-evaluation”, February 11-15, 2008, Bochum , Germany. Medicine Health Care and Philosophy 1:109-110 (2009).

2007

  1. Molewijk B, Widdershoven G: Report of the Maastricht meeting of the European Clinical Ethics Network (ECEN). Clinical Ethics 2,1:45 (2007).
  2. Hurst .: La consultation d’éthique clinique à Genève. In: Fournier V, Gaille-Nikodimov M (Eds.): L’éthique clinique à l’Hôpital Cochin: une méthode à l’épreuve de l’expérience. Hôpital Cochin 2007.

 

 

Other CES relevant papers by ECEN-members

Listed by author

Aleksandrova, Silviya

  1. Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S (Eds.): Clinical Ethics Consultation. Bulgarian Cardiological Institute 2015 p.169 [monograph in Bulgarian]
  2. Aleksandrova-Yankulovska, S. , G. Stoyanova: Approach of Clinical Ethics Consultation in case of Down syndrome. In: Marinova E, Popova S (Eds): European Ethical Standards and Bulgarian Medicine. Sofia 2014 pp.510-515. (Подход за клинична етична консултация при случай на установен Даун синдром у плода. Александрова-Янкуловска, С., Г. Стоянова. В: Европейските етични стандарти и българската медицина. Сборник статии, София, 2014, с. 510-515.) [in Bulgarian]
  3. Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S: The voice of the patient in the focus of clinical ethics consultation. (Гласът на пациента във фокуса на клиничната етична консултация. Александрова-Янкуловска С. Обща медицина). General Medicine 16,4:36-43 (2014). [in Bulgarian]
  4. Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S: New aspects of interest in the area of Clinical Ethics Consultation. (Нови аспекти на интерес в областта на клиничната етична консултация. Александрова-Янкуловска С. Обща медицина), General Medicine 16;2:23-29 (2014). [in Bulgarian]
  5. Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S: French model of Clinical Ethics Consultation – characteristics and examples. (Френски модел на клинична етична консултация – характеристика и примери. Александрова-Янкуловска С. Социална медицина), Social medicine 22,4:43-48 (2014). [in Bulgarian]
  6. Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S: From lecture hall to hospital bed.  (От лекционната зала към болничната стая. Александрова-Янкуловска С.) Challenging The Law, professional legal web-site (ISSN 1314-7854), 13.04.2014. [in Bulgarian]
  7. Velcheva P, Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S: Approach of clinical ethics consultation in case of surrogacy in the family. (Подход за клинична етична консултация при случай на сурогатство в семейството.  Велчева, Р., С. Александрова-Янкуловска.) Challenging The Law, professional legal web-site (ISSN 1314-7854), 23.02.2014. [in Bulgarian]
  8. Chalkiadakis G, Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S: Experimental treatment on a child. In: Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S, ten Have H (Eds): Ethical decision-making in health care. Pleven, Publishing center of Medical University of Pleven 2014 pp. 59-65.
  9. Balasubramaniyem C, Aleksansrova-Yankulovska S: Surrogate motherhood counseling.. In: Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S, ten Have H (Eds): Ethical decision-making in health care. Pleven, Publishing center of Medical University of Pleven 2014 pp. 37-43.
  10. Bahar Z, Aleksansrova-Yankulovska S: Huntington’s chorea and IVF. In: Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S, ten Have H (Eds): Ethical decision-making in health care. Pleven, Publishing center of Medical University of Pleven 2014 pp. 33-37.
  11. Abbasi H, Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S: Infringing patient autonomy. In: Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S, ten Have H (Eds):  Ethical decision-making in health care. Pleven, Publishing center of Medical University of Pleven 2014 pp. 9-15.
  12. Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S: Application of Methodology for Ethical Case Analysis to a Case of 62 Year Old First-time Mother. Revista Romana de Bioethica 2,12:29-36 (2014).
  13. Aleksandrova S: Analysis and decision-making in ethics-related cases. (Анализ и разрешаване на етични казуси. Александрова, С. Сестринско дело). Nursing profession 41,1:34-40 (2009). [in Bulgarian]
  14. Aleksandrova S: Survey on the Experience in Ethical Decision-making and Attitude of Pleven University Hospital Physicians Towards Ethics Consultation. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. A European Journal 11,1:35-42 (2008).
  15. Kaab A, Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S: Request for abortion without informing the husband.. In: Aleksandrova-Yankulovska S, ten Have H (Eds): Ethical decision-making in health care. Pleven, Publishing center of Medical University of Pleven 2014 pp. 19-2

Benaroyo, Lazare

  1. Michaud PA, Blum RW, Benaroyo L, Zermatten J, Baltag V: Assessing an Adolescent’s Capacity for Autonomous Decision-Making in Clinical Care. Journal of Adolescent Health: Official Publication of the Society For Adolescent Medicine 57,4:361-366 (2015).
  2. Monod S, Chiolero R, Büla C, Benaroyo L: Ethical issues in nutrition support of severely disabled elderly persons: a guide for health professionals. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, 35,3:295-302 (2011).
  3. Jérôme Choudja C, von der Weid N, Beck Popovic M, Benaroyo L: Délibération en éthique clinique, une aide à la décision. Un exemple en hématologie pédiatrique: test génétique (mutation du facteur V Leiden). Paediatrica 22,1:23-25 (2011).
  4. Michaud PA, Berg-Kelly K, Macfarlane A, Benaroyo L: Ethics and adolescent care: an international perspective. Current Opinion In Pediatrics, 22,4:418-422 (2010).
  5. Benaroyo L: Méthodologie en éthique clinique: une approche intégrant les diverses dimensions éthiques du soin. Médecine et Hygiène 62:1304-1307 (2004).
  6. Mazzocato C, Ducret S, Michel-Nemitz J, Poltier H, Benaroyo L: Deux visions de la mort ou… deux visions de la vie: jugement pratique en éthique clinique. Ethique et santé, 1:182-188 (2004).

 

Borovekči, Ana

  1. Borovecki A, Makar-Ausperger K, Francetic I, Babic-Bosanac S, Gordijn B, Steinkamp N, Oreškovic S: Developing a Model of Healthcare Ethics Support in Croatia. Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics 3:395-401 (2010).
  2. Steinkamp N, Gordijn B, Borovecki A, Gefenas E, Glasa J, Guerrier M, Meulenbergs T, Różyńska J, Slowther A: Regulation of healthcare ethics committees in Europe. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 4: 461-475 (2007).
  3. Borovečki A, Ten Have H, Orešković S: Ethics and the European countries in transition- the past and the future. Med Eth 214:15-20 (2006).
  4. Borovecki A, ten Have H, Oreskovic S: Education of ethics committee members: experiences from Croatia. J Med Ethics 32(3):138-42 (2006).
  5. Borovecki A, ten Have H, Oreskovic S: A critical analysis of hospital ethics committees: opportunity or bureaucratic cul-de-sac? Društvena istraživanja 6:1221-1238 (2006).
  6. Borovečki A, ten Have H, Orešković S: Ethics Committees in Croatia in the Healthcare Institutions. The First Study about their Structure and Functions, and some Reflections on the Major Issues and Problems. HEC Forum 1:49-60 (2006).
  7. Borovecki A, ten Have H, Oreskovic S: Ethics and the structures of health care in the European countries in transition: hospital ethics committees in Croatia. BMC 23,331(7510):227-9 (2005).

Other papers related to the theme of healthcare ethics/clinical ethics

  1. Vucemilo L, Borovecki A: Readability and Content Assessment of Informed Consent Forms for Medical Procedures in Croatia. PLOS One  10,9:e0138017 (2015).
  2. Borovevki A: Ethics committees and biobanks- is there a new type of ethics committee emerging in relation to biobanks? In: Caenazzo L. (Eds): New Insights on Biobanks. Padova: Coop. Libraria EditriceUniversity di Padova 2013 pp. 17-22.
  3. Vucemilo L, Borovecki A: Informed Consent in Croatia. A Work in Progress. Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics 23:356-360 (2014).
  4. Borovecki A, Caenazzo L, Jezek D, Karija-Vlahovic M, Golubic B: Croatian National Centre for Biobanking- a new perspective in biobanks governance? Croatian Medical Journal 55:416-22 (2014).
  5. Borovecki A: Features and Functions of Healthcare Ethics in the Croatian Tradition. In: Faitini T, Galvagni L, Nicoletti M (Eds): Etica e professioni sanitarie in Europa. Un dialogo tra medicina e filosofia. Trento: Universita degli studii di Trento 2014 pp. 89-100.
  6. Luka V, Milosevic M, Babić- Bosanac S. Mustajbegovic J, Borovecki A: Is there a need to improve the informed consent procedures in Croatia- a pilot field survey on a representative sample, a food for thought? Revista Romana de Bioetica 1: 25-33 (2014).
  7. Curkovic M., Milosevic M, Borovecki A, Mustajbegovic J: Physicians’ interpersonal relationships and professional standing seen through the eyes of the general public in Croatia. Patient Preference and Adherence 8: 1135-1142 (2014).
  8. Vucemilo L, Curkovic M, Milosevic M, Mustajbegovic J, Borovecki A: Are physician-patient communication practices slowly changing in Croatia?-a cross-sceitional questionnaire study. Croatian Medical Journal 2:185-9 (2013).
  9. Borovecki A, Babić- Bosanac S, ten Have H: Stadiul implementrii legii privind drepiturile pacientilor din Croatia- studio pilot. Revista Romana de Bioetica 3: 36-48 (2010).
  10. Babić- Bosanac S, Borovecki A, Fišter K: Patients’ rights in the Republic of Croatia- between the law and reality. Med glas 5,1: 42-8 (2008).

Foureur, Nicolas

  1. Foureur N, Galmiche P: Autonomy integrity: Another way to understand autonomy in psychiatry? Clinical ethics 14: 178-186 (2019).
  2. Foureur N: « Enjeux éthiques de la vieillesse. L’éthique clinique, une aide à la décision médicale pour les personnes âgées », in « Vieillir, je, tu, il…nous. Tome I », Docis : Paris, p. 209-217 (2019).
  3. Foureur N: Et si les vieux nous disaient comment bien vieillir? What if our elders told us how to age well? Neurologie – Psychiatrie – Gériatrie 18: 291-298 (2018).
  4. Foureur N, Favereau, E: Psychiatrie: l’autonomie dans la contrainte, Brochure d’éthique clinique, Paris: regards croisés, 2018.
  5. Foureur N: Laisser plus de place au principe d’autonomie permettrait de mieux respecter les personnes âgées. Gérontologie et Société 150: 141-154 (2016).
  6. Fournier V, Spranzi M, Foureur N, Brunet L: The commitment model for clinical ethics consultations: society’s involvement in the solution of individual cases. The Journal of Clinical Ethics 26,4: 286-296 (2015).
  7. Fournier V, Foureur N, Rari E: The ethics of living donation for liver transplant : beyond donor autonomy. Medicine Health Care and Philosophy 16,1: 45-54 (2013).
  8. Foureur N, Lenart A, Favereau E:  La décision médicale en maison de retraite : une réflexion éthique de terrain. La Revue de Gériatrie 36,10: 719-728 (2011).
  9. Foureur N: La médecine face aux pratiques sexuelles à risque », in C. Crignon-De Oliveira et M. Gaille eds.,« Qu’est-ce qu’un bon patient ?  Qu’est-ce qu’un bon médecin ? ». N. Seil Arslan : Paris, 2010.
  10. Foureur N, Gaille M, « L’”humanité”, enjeu majeur de la relation médecin-patient. Y a-t-il une violence intrinsèque à la situation de soin ? » in L. Benaroyo, C. Lefève, JC. Mino et F. Worms eds., La philosophie du soin, Paris : PUF, 2010.

Fournier, Veronique

  1. Spranzi M, Fournier V: The near-failure of advance directives: why they should not be abandoned altogether, but their role radically reconsidered. Medicine Health Care and Philosophy 19(4):563 (2016).
  2. Fournier V: Clinical ethics: Methods. Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics 2015.
  3. Fournier V, Spranzi M, Foureur N, Brunet L: The commitment model for clinical ethics consultations: society’s involvement in the solution of individual cases. The Journal of Clinical Ethics 26,4:286 (2015).
  4. Schroeder D, Gefenas E, Chiennels R, Fournier V, Feinholz C, Sirugo G: Realizing benefit sharing: is there a role for ethics review? Benefit sharing 179 (2013).
  5. Fournier V, Spranzi M: Editorial: The french bioethics debate: norms, values and practices. Medicine Health Care and Philosophy 16,1:41 (2013).
  6. Fournier V, Berthiau D, D’Haussy J, Bataille P: Access to assisted reproductive technologies in France : the emergence of the patients’ voice. Medicine Health Care and Philosophy 16,1:55 (2013).
  7. Fournier V, Foureur N, Rari E: The ethics of living donation for liver transplant : beyond donor autonomy. Medicine Health Care and Philosophy 16,1:45 (2013).
  8. Fournier V, Berthiau D, Kempf E, D’Haussy J: Quelle utilité des directives anticipées pour les médecins? La Presse Médicale 42:159 (2013).
  9. Fournier V: The balance between beneficence and respect for patient autonomy in clinical medical ethics in France. Special section: international voices. Cambridge Quaterly of Healthcare Ethics 14:281 (2005).

 

Førde, Reidun

  1. Brun Kirkesæther M, Husum TL, Pedersen R: Tvangsmedisinering i psykisk helsevern – en systematisk litteraturgjennomgang. Forced medication in mental health care – a systematic review. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening 54,2: 186-195 (2017).
  2. Førde R, Aasland OG: Is imperfection becoming easier to live with for doctors? Clinical Ethics 12,1: 31-36 (2017).
  3. FørdeR, Veirød U, Stenehjem AE, Dunlop OB: Skal en pasient som ikke samarbeider miste retten til helsehjelp? [Should a non-cooperative patient lose their right to health care?] Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening 137: 14-15 (2017).
  4. Hellebostad M, Syse A, Førde R: Når en mindreårig pasient nekter livreddende behandling. [When an underage patient refuses life saving treatment] Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening (2017).
  5. Hem MH, Molewijk AC, Pedersen R: Systematisk etikkrefleksjon gjør en forskjell. Et ressurshefte for etikkrefleksjonsgrupper i psykisk helsevern. [Systematic ethics reflection makes a difference. A resource book for ethics reflection groups in mental health care] Universitetet i Oslo – Senter for medisinsk etikk (2017).
  6. Magelssen M, Karlsen HM, Pedersen R, Lillemoen L: Hvordan lykkes med etikkarbeidet? Sykepleien (2017).
  7. Magelssen, Morten; Miljeteig, Ingrid; Pedersen, Reidar; Førde, Reidun. Roles and responsibilities of clinical ethics committees in priority setting. BMC Medical Ethics 2017 ;Volum 18.(1)
  8. Norvoll, Reidun; Hem, Marit Helene; Pedersen, Reidar. The role of ethics in reducing and improving the quality of coercion in mental health care. HEC Forum 2017 ;Volum 29.(1) s. 59-74
  9. Magelssen Morten; Førde Reidun; Pedersen Reidar. “Four roles of ethical theory in clinical ethics consultation. American Journal of Bioethics, 2016.
  10. Bahus MK, Førde R. Discussing End-of-Life Decisions in a Clinical Ethics Committee: An Interview Study of Norwegian Doctors’ Experience. HEC Forum. 2016 Feb 29. [Epub ahead of print]
  11. Magelssen M, Pedersen R, Førde R. Novel Paths to Relevance: How Clinical Ethics Committees Promote Ethical Reflection. HEC Forum. 2015 Aug 7. DOI 10.1007.s10730-015-9291-7
  12. Førde R, Linja T. “It scares me to know that we might not have been there!”: a qualitative study into the experiences of parents of seriously ill children participating in ethical case discussions. BMC Med Ethics. 2015 Jun 6;16:40. doi: 10.1186/s12910-015-0028-6.
  13. Førde R, Hansen TWR. Do organization and clinical ethics in a hospital setting need different venues? HEC Forum 2014 Jun;26(2):147-58. doi: 10.1007/s10730-014-9237-5.
  14. Magelssen M, Pedersen R, Førde R. Sources of bias in clinical ethics case deliberation. J Med Ethics 2013, http://jme.bmj.com/content/early/2013/09/18/medethics-2013-101604.full.pdf+html
  15. Førde R, Pedersen R. Clinical ethics committees in Norway: What do they do, and does it make a difference? Cambridge Quaterly of Healthcare Ethics 2011; 20:389-95.
  16. Førde R, Pedersen R. Klinische ethikkonsultation – Ein landesweites Angebot in norwegischen Hostpitälern. I Stutzki, Ralf; Ohnsorge, Kathrin; Reiter-Theil, Stella (red.), Klinische Ethikkonsultation – vom Modell zur Praxis. LIT Verlag, 2010.
  17. Førde R, Hansen RWR. Involving patients and relatives in a Norwegian clinical ethics committee: what have we learned? Clinical Ethics 2009; 4. 121-30.
  18. Pedersen R, Akre V, Førde R. What is happening during case deliberations in clinical ethics committees? A pilot study. J Med Ethics 2009; 35: 147-52.
  19. Pedersen R, Akre V, Førde R. Barriers and challenges in clinical ethics consultations: The experiences of nine clinical ethics committees. Bioethics 2009; Oct;23(8):460-9.
  20. Pedersen R, Førde R. Fuzzy law encountering life, death, and morality – A report on nine clinical ethics committees’ legal considerations. In : Grunnin J, Holm S, Kerway I. Ethics, Law & Society. Ashgate Publishing 2009:149-163.

 

Hurst, Samia A.

  1. Hurst SA: Clarifying vulnerability: the case of children. Asian Bioethics Review 7,2:126-138 (2015).
  2. Hurst SA, Becerra M, Perrier A, Junod Perron N, Elger B: Including patients in resuscitation decisions in Switzerland: from doing more to doing better. Journal of Medical Ethics 39,3:158-65 (2013).
  3. Hurst S: Clinical Ethics. In: Callahan D, Chadwick R, Singer P (Eds): Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics. Elsevier 2012.
  4. Bourquin V, Lefuel P, Casagne B, Borgniat L, Rastello C, Yamani A, Martin P-Y, Hurst SA: Mise en place de directives anticipées dans un service dialyse chronique: mode d’emploi. Revue Médicale Suisse 7:2308-11  (2011).
  5. Hurt SA: Clinical indication as ethical appraisal: the example of imaging before middle ear surgery. ORL 72,3:132-43 (2010).
  6. Strech D, Hurst SA, Danis M: The role of ethics committees and ethics consultation in allocation decisions. A four-stage process. Medical Care 48,9:821-6 (2010).
  7. Hurst S, Reiter-Theil S, Slowther A, Pegoraro R, Forde R, Danis M: Should Ethics Consultants Help Clinicians Face Scarcity in their Practice? Journal of Medical Ethics 34,4:241-6 (2008).
  8. Hurst S, Reiter-Theil S, Baumann-Hölzle R, Foppa C, Malacrida R, Bosshard G, Salathé M, Mauron A: The Growth of Clinical Ethics in a Multilingual Country: Challenges and Opportunities. Bioethica Forum 1,1:15-24 (2008).
  9. Ray S, Hurst S, Perrier A: Que faire en cas de désaccord entre le médecin et le patient: quelques balises juridiques et éthiques. Revue médicale Suisse 180:2538-41(2008).
  10. Hurst S, Perrier A, Pegoraro R, Reiter-Theil S, Forde R, Slowther A, Garrett-Mayer E, Danis M.: Ethical difficulties in clinical practice: experiences of European doctors. Journal of Medical Ethics 33:51-57 (2007).
  11. Hurst S, Reiter-Theil S, Perrier A, Forde R, Slowther A, Pegoraro R, Danis M: Physicians’ Access to Ethics Support Services in Four European Countries. Health Care Analysis 15,4:321-35 (2007).
  12. Hurst S, Chevrolet JC, Loew F: Methods in Clinical Ethics: a Time for Eclectic Pragmatism? Clinical Ethics 1,3:159-64 (2006).
  13. Hurst S, Mauron M: Combien d’éthique la médecine supporte-t-elle? Bulletin de l’ASSM 4,6:1-3 (2006).
  14. Hurst S, Chandros Hull S, DuVal G, Danis M: How Physicians Face Ethical Difficulties: A Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Medical Ethics 31:7-14 (2005).
  15. Hurst S, Chandros Hull S, DuVal G, Danis M: Physicians’ Responses to Resource Constraints. Arch Int Med 165,6:639-44 (2005).
  16. Hurst S: When Patients Refuse Assessment of Decision-Making Capacity: How Should Clinicians Respond? Arch Int Med 164:1757-60 (2004).

 

Jox, Ralf

    1. Bally K, Krones T, Jox RJ. Advance Care Planning (ACP) for people with dementia – the role of GPs. Gerontology online first Jun 18:1-7
    2. Jox RJ (2019) Ethische Entscheidungen. Vielfalt der Blickwinkel ermöglicht ein ganzes Bild. Palliative Geriatrie. 5(2): 9-13.
    3. Wagner E, Marckmann G, Jox RJ (2019) Koinzidenz von Patientenverfügung und Zustimmung zur Organspende: was wünschen die Betroffenen? Eine Befragung deutscher Senioren. Gesundheitswesen, online first DOI: 10.1055/a-0837-0882
    4. Jox RJ (2019) Withholding and Withdrawing Life-Sustaining Treatment. In: Creutzfeldt CJ, Kluger BM and Holloway RG (eds.) Neuropalliative Care. Cham: Springer 2019, p. 205-218. ISBN 978-3-319-93214-9.
    5. Bosisio F, Jox RJ, Jones L, Rubli Truchard E (2018) Planning ahead with dementia: what role can advance care planning play? A review on opportunities and challenges. Swiss Med Wkly 148:w14706
    6. Schembs L, Jox RJ, Kuehlmeyer K (2018) Social uncertainty in disorders of consciousness: shedding light on the various perspectives of family caregivers and surrogates. AJOB Neuroscience 9(2):85-87. DOI 10.1080/21507740.2018.1466837.
    7. Gasparetto A, Jox RJ (contributed equally), Picozzi M (2018) The Notion of Neutrality in Clinical Ethics Consultation. Philos Ethics Human Med 13(1):3. DOI https://doi.org/10.1186/s13010-018-0056-1.
    8. Englschalk C, Eser D, Jox RJ, Gerbes A, Frey L, Dubay DA, Angele M, Stangl M, Meiser B, Werner J, Guba M (2018) Prospect of success in liver transplantation. A survey among medical staff, medical students and non-medical university staff and students. BMC Med Ethics 19(1):7. DOI https://doi.org/10.1186/s12910-018-0248-7
    9. Jox RJ (2018) Aktuelle Herausforderungen der Ethik am Lebensende. Editorial. Ethik in der Medizin 30(1):1-4. DOI https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00481-017-0465-5
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  1. CES cases (clinical ethics) in which ethics Support
  1. Molewijk, Bert
  1. Tan DYB, ter Meulen BC, Molewijk B, Widdershoven G: Moral case Deliberation. Practical Neurology 18,3:181-186 (2018).
  2. Seekles W, Widdershoven G, Robben P, van Dalfsen G, Molewijk B: Inspectors’ ethical challenges in health care regulation: a pilot study. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 20,3:311-320 (2017).
  3. Molewijk B, Engerdahl IS, Pedersen R: Two years of moral case deliberations on the use of coercion in mental health care. Which ethical challenges are being discussed by health care professionals? Clinical Ethics 11,2–3:87–96 (2016).
  4. Widdershoven G, Stolper M, Molewijk B: Dealing around dilemmas about patients’ wishes to die. Moral case deliberation in a Dutch hospice. A case study. In: Rehmann-Sutter C, Gudat H, Ohnsorge K: Patients’ wishes to die. Oxford, Oxford University Press 2015.
  5. Molewijk B, Lucassen A: Clinical Ethics Committee case 14: How should we transfer a euthanasia request between general practice and a hospital setting? Clinical Ethics 6:58-63 (2011).
  6. Molewijk B, Ahlzen R: Clinical Ethics Committee Case 13: Should the school doctor contact the mother of a 17-year-old girl who has expressed suicidal thoughts? Clinical Ethics 6:5-10 (2011).

Methods/structures for CES

  1. Hartman LA, Metselaar S, Molewijk B, Edelbroek H, Widdershoven G: Developing an ethics Support tool for dealing with dilemmas around client autonomy based on Moral case deliberations. BMC Medical Ethics 19:97 (2018)
  2. Weidema F, Molewijk B: Dealing with moral issues in counterterrorism: moral case deliberation as method. In: Kowalski M (Ed): The ethics of counterterrorism and the role of counterterrorism professionals. Boom, Amsterdam 2016.
  3. Molewijk B, Slowther A, Aulisio M: Clinical ethics support. In: ten Have H (Ed): Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics. Springer Science and Business Media, Dordrecht. Living Reference Work Entry, Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics 2016 pp. 1-8.
  4. Stolper M, Widdershoven G, Molewijk B: The dilemma method. A conversation method for moral case deliberation. BMC Medical Ethics 17:45 (2017).
  5. Molewijk B, Kleinlugtenbelt D, Pugh S, Widdershoven G: Emotions and clinical ethics support. A moral inquiry into emotions in moral case deliberation. HEC Forum 23,4:257-268 (2011).
  6. Molewijk B, Kleinlugtenbelt D, Widdershoven G: The role of emotions in moral case deliberation. Theory, practice and methodology. Bioethics 25,7:383-93 (2011).
  7. Stolper M, van der Dam S, Widdershoven G, Molewijk B: Clinical Ethics in the Netherlands: Moral Case Deliberation in Health Care Organizations. In: Schildmann J, Gordon JS, Vollmann J (Eds.): Clinical Ethics Consultation. Theories and Methods, Implementation, Evaluation. Ashgate, Farnham 2010 pp.149-160.
  8. Molewijk AC, Abma T, Stolper M, Widdershoven G: Teaching ethics in the clinic: The theory and practice of moral case deliberation. J Med Ethics 34:120 -124 (2008).

Implementation and organisational structure of CES

  1. Weidema F, van Dartel H, Molewijk B: Working towards implementing moral case deliberation in mental healthcare. Ongoing dialogue and shared ownership as strategy. Clinical Ethics 11:2–3 (2016).
  2. Weidema, F, Molewijk B, Widdershoven G, Abma T: Enacting Ethics. Bottom-up involvement in implementing moral case deliberation. Health Care Analysis 20:1-19 (2012).
  3. Stolper Ma, Metselaar S, Molewijk B, Widdershoven G: Moral Case Deliberation in an Academic Hospital in the Netherlands. Tensions Between Theory and Practice. Journal International de Bioéthique 23,3-4:53-66 (2012).
  4. van der Dam S, Abma TA, Molewijk B, Kardol MJM, Schols JMGA, Widdershoven GAM: Organizing Moral Case Deliberation in mixed groups: experiences in two Dutch nursing homes. Nursing Ethics 18,3:327-40 (2011).
  5. Molewijk B, Verkerk M, Milius H, Widdershoven G: Implementing moral case deliberation in a psychiatric hospital: process and outcome. Med Health Care and Philosophy 11,43-56 (2008).
  6. Molewijk B, Zadelhoff E, Lendemeijer B, Widdershoven G: Implementing moral case deliberation in Dutch health care: improving moral competency of professionals and quality of care. Bioethica Forum 1,1:57-65 (2008).

Training

  1. van Baarle E, van de Braak I, Verweij D, Widdershoven G, Molewijk B: The safety paradox in ethics Training. A case study on safety dynamics within a military ethics train-the-trainer course. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 22,3 (2018).
  2. van Baarle E, Hartman L, Verweij D, Molewijk B, Widdershoven G: What Sticks? The Evaluation of a Train-the-trainer course in military ethics and ist perceived Outcomes. Journal of Military Ethics 16,1-2 (2017).
  3. Spijkerboer RP, van der Stel JC, Widdershoven GAM, Molewijk AC: Social work students dealing with moral dilemmas in the care for children and young people: an evaluation of moral case deliberation as an educational tool. Social Work Education 35,7:794-808 (2016).
  4. Pasman-de Roo K, Stolper M, Widdershoven G, Molewijk B: Training facilitators of Moral Case Deliberation: a successful experience with involving external health care professionals in the sessions and in feedback to the trainees. Bioethica Forum [in press].
  5. Stolper M, Molewijk B, Widdershoven G: Learning by doing. Training health care professionals to become facilitators of moral case deliberation. HEC Forum 27,1:47-59 (2015).
  6. Van Baarle E, Bosch J, Widdershoven G, Verweij D, Molewijk B: Moral dilemmas in a military context. A case study of a trainer the trainer course in military ethics. Journal of Moral Education 44,4:457-478 (2015).
  7. Plantinga M, Molewijk B, de Bree M, Moraal M, Verkerk M, Widdershoven GAM: Training healthcare professionals as moral case deliberation facilitators: evaluation of a Dutch training programme. Journal Medical Ethics 38,10:630-635 (2012).

Theory of CES

  1. Jellema H, Kremer S, Mackor AR, Molewijk B: Evaluating the Quality of the Deliberation in Moral case deliberations: A Coding Scheme. Bioethics 31,4:277-285 (2017).
  2. Widdershoven G, Metselaar S, Molewijk B: Ethical Theory as Part of Clinical Ethics Support Practice. The American Journal of Bioethics 16,9:34-36 (2016).
  3. Metselaar S, Molewijk B, Widdershoven G: Beyond recommendation and meditation: moral case deliberation as moral learning in dialogue. Am J Bioeth 15,1:50-1 (2015).
  4. Molewijk B, Slowther A, Aulisio M: The practical importance of theory in clinical ethics support services. Bioethics 25,7:ii-iii (2011).
  5. Widdershoven G, Molewijk B: Philosophical Foundations of Clinical Ethics: A Hermeneutic Perspective. In: Schildmann J, Gordon JS, Vollmann J (Eds): Clinical Ethics Consultation. Theories and Methods, Implementation, Evaluation. Ashgate Publichers, Farnham 2010 pp.37-51.
  6. Abma T, Molewijk B, Widdershoven GAM: Good care in ongoing dialogue. Improving the quality of care through moral deliberation and responsive evaluation. Health Care Analysis17,3:217-235 (2009).

Evaluation Research

  1. Svantesson M, de Snoo-Trimp JC, Ursin G, Brinchmann BS, De Vet H, Molewijk B: Important outcomes of Moral Case Deliberation. A Euro-MCD field survey of healthcare professionals’ priorities. Journal of Medical Ethics, in press (2019).
  2. Hem MH, Molewijk B, Gjerberg E, Lillemoen L, Pedersen R: The significance of ethics reflection Groups in mental health care: a focus group study among health care professionals. BMC Medical Ethics 19,1:54 (2018).
  3. de Snoo-Trimp J, Molewijk B., de Vet R: Defining and categorizing Outcomes of Moral Case Deliberation: concept mapping with experienced MCD participants. BMC Medical Ethics 19,1:88 (2018).
  4. Bartholdson C, Molewijk B, Lützén K, Blomgren K, Pergert P: Ethis case reflection sessions: Enablers and barriers. Nursing Ethics 25,2:199-211 (2018).
  5. de Snoo-Trimp J, Widdershoven G, Svantesson M, de Vet R, Molewijk B: What Outcomes do Durch Healthcare Professionals perceive as important before participation in Moral Case Deliberation? Bioethics 31,4:246-257 (2017).
  6. Molewijk B, Schildmann J, Slowther A: Evaluation of Clinical Ethics Support Services: Theory, methodology & results. Bioethics 31,4:234-236 (2017).
  7. Metselaar S, Widdershoven G, Porz R, Molewijk B: Evaluating Clinical Ethics Support: A Participatory Approach. Bioethics 31,4:258-226 (2017).
  8. Seekles W, Widdershoven G, Robben P, van Dalfsen G, Molewijk B: Evaluation of Moral Case Deliberation at The Dutch Health Care Inspectorate: A Pilot Study. BMC Medical Ethics 17;1:31 (2016).
  9. Spijkerboer R, Widdershoven G, van der Stel J, Molewijk AC: Does moral case deliberation help professionals in care for the homeless in dealing with their dilemmas? A mixed-methods responsive study. HEC Forum 29;1:21-41 (2016).
  10. Spijkerboer RP, van der Stel JC, Widdershoven GAM, Molewijk AC: Social work students dealing with moral dilemmas in the care for children and young people: an evaluation of moral case deliberation as an educational tool. Social Work Education 35,7:794-808 (2016).
  11. Janssens R, van Zadelhoff E, van Loo G, Widdershoven G, Molewijk B: Evaluation and perceived results of moral case deliberation in a Dutch organization for elderly care. A quantitative and qualitative study. Nursing Ethics 22,8:870-80 (2014).
  12. Weidema F, Molewijk B, Kamsteeg, Widdershoven G: Managers’ views on and experiences with moral case deliberation in nursing teams. Journal of Nursing Management 23,8:1067–1075 (2015).
  13. Hem MH, Pedersen R, Norvoll R, Molewijk B: Evaluating clinical ethics support in mental health care. A systematic literature review. Nursing Ethics 22,4:452-66 (2015).
  14. Svantesson M, Karlsson J, Boitte P, Schildmann J, Dauwerse L, Widdershoven G, Huisman M, Pedersen R, Molewijk B: Outcomes of Moral Case Deliberation. The development of an evaluation instrument for clinical ethics support (the Euro-MCD). BMC Medical Ethics 15:30 (2014).
  15. Van der Dam S, Molewijk B, Widdershoven G, Abma T: Ethics support in elderly care: a review of the literature. J Med Ethics 40;9:625-631 (2014).
  16. Dauwerse L, Stolper M, Widdershoven G, Molewijk B: Prevalence and characteristics of moral case deliberation in Dutch health care. Med Health Care Philos 17,3:365-75 (2014).
  17. Dauwerse L, Weidema F, Abma T, Molewijk B, Widdershoven G: Implicit and explicit clinical ethics support in The Netherlands: a mixed-methods overview study. HEC Forum 26,2:95-106 (2014).
  18. Schildmann J, Molewijk B, Benaroyo L, Førde R, Neitzke G: Evaluation of clinical ethics support services and its normativity. Journal of Medical Ethics 39,11:681-685 (2013).
  19. Dauwerse L, Abma T, Molewijk B, Widdershoven G: Goals of Clinical Ethics Support. Perceptions of Dutch Health Care Institutions. Health Care Analysis 21,4:323-337 (2013).
  20. van der Dam S, Schols J, Kardol T, Molewijk B, Widdershoven G, Abma T: The Discovery of Deliberation. From reluctance to appreciation through the learning process of doing Moral Case Deliberation in Dutch elderly care. Social Science & Medicine 83:125-32 (2013).
  21. Weidema F, Molewijk B, Kamsteeg F, Widdershoven G: Aims and harvest of moral case deliberation. Nursing Ethics 20,6:617-631 (2013).
  22. Dauwerse L, Abma T, Molewijk B, Widdershoven G: Need for ethics support in healthcare institutions: views of Dutch board members and ethics support staff. Journal of Medical Ethics 37,8:456-60 (2011).

Patient/family participation

  1. Weidema F, Abma T, Widdershoven G, Molewijk B: Client participation in moral case deliberation: deliberating in a precarious relational balance. HEC Forum 23,3:207-24 (2011).

Quality criteria of CES

  1. Widdershoven G, Molewijk B, Metselaar S: Peer review and beyond. Towards a dialogical approach of quality of ethics support. In: Finder S, Bliton M, Mark J (Eds): Peer review, Peer Education, and Modeling in the Practice of Clinical Ethics Consultation: The Zadeh Project. Springer 2018 pp. 193-203.
  2. Molewijk B, Widdershoven G, Vollmann J, Schildmann J: What quality is actually assessed within written records? The American Journal of Bioethics 16,9:34-36 (2016).
  3. Jellema H, Kremer S, Mackor AR, Molewijk B: Evaluating the quality of the deliberation in moral case deliberations: A coding scheme. Bioethics 31:277-285 (2017).
  4. Molewijk B, Hartmann L, Weidema F, Voskes Y, Widdershoven G: Fostering the Ethics of Ethics Consultants in Health Care: An Ongoing Participatory Approach. American Journal of Bioethics 15,5:60-2 (2015).

Neitzke, Gerald

CES cases (clinical ethics) in which ethics support

  1. Neitzke G: Klinische Ethikberatung als multiprofessionelle Aufgabe. Sprache-Stimme-Gehör 37,3:136-140 (2013).

Methods/structures for CES

  1. Ethikberatung auf der Intensivstation: die „Klinisch Orientierte Beratungsmethode“. Neitzke, Gerald. Dtsch Med Wochenschr, 2018, 143: 27-34. (DOI 10.1055/s-0042-109255)
  2. Dokumentation der Therapiebegrenzung. Empfehlungen der Sektion Ethik der DIVI unter Mitarbeit der Sektion Ethik der DGIIN. Neitzke G, Böll B, Burchardi H et al. Med Klin Intensivmed Notfmed, 2017, 112(6): 527-530. (DOI 10.1007/s00063-017-0321-x)
  1. Neitzke G: Ethikberatung und Ethikkomitees als Instrumente der Entscheidungsunterstützung. In: Marckmann G (Ed): Praxisbuch Ethik in der Medizin. MWV: Berlin 2015 pp.23-33.
  2. Neitzke G: Klinische Ethikberatung. In: Sturma D, Heinrichs B (Eds): Handbuch Bioethik. Metzler, Stuttgart 2015 pp.463-467.
  3. Neitzke G: Autonomie ermöglichen. Ein Konzept für die Ethikberatung im Gesundheitswesen. In: Wiesemann C, Simon A (Eds): Patientenautonomie. Theoretische Grundlagen – praktische Anwendungen. Mentis, Münster 2013 pp. 445-455.

Implementation and organisational structure of CES

  1. Dörries A, Neitzke G, Simon A, Vollmann J (Eds): Klinische Ethikberatung. Ein Praxisbuch für Krankenhäuser und Einrichtungen der Altenpflege. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 2010, 2nd revised edition.
  2. Neitzke G: Klinische Ethik-Komitees – Ein Sechs-Stufen-Modell zur Institutionalisierung von Ethikberatung. In: Baumann-Hölzle R, Arn C (Eds): Ethiktransfer in Organisationen. Handbuch Ethik im Gesundheitswesen, Bd. 3. EMH Schwabe, Basel 2009 pp.133-155.
  3. Neitzke G: Formen und Strukturen Klinischer Ethikberatung. In: Vollmann J, Schildmann J, Simon A (Eds): Klinische Ethik. Aktuelle Entwicklungen in Theorie und Praxis. Campus, Frankfurt 2009 pp.37-56.

Training

  1. Dörries A, Simon A, Vollmann J, Neitzke G: The impact of an ethics training programme on the success of clinical ethics services. Clin Ethics 9,1:36-44 (2014).
  2. Dörries A, Simon A, Neitzke G, Vollmann J: Implementing clinical ethics in German hospitals: content, didactics and evaluation of a nationwide postgraduate training programme. J Med Ethics 36,12:721-726 (2010).
  3. Simon A, May AT, Neitzke G: Curriculum “Ethikberatung im Krankenhaus”. Ethik Med 17,4:322-326 (2005).

Theory of CES

  1. Neitzke G: Confidentiality, secrecy, and privacy in ethics consultation. HEC Forum 19,4:293-302 (2007).

Evaluation research

  1. Neitzke G, Riedel A, Dinges S, Fahr U, May AT: Empfehlungen zur Evaluation von Ethikberatung in Einrichtungen des Gesundheitswesens. Ethik Med 25,2:149-156 (2013).
  2. Neitzke G: Ethische Konflikte im Klinikalltag – Ergebnisse einer empirischen Studie.. In: Stutzki R, Ohnsorge K, Reiter-Theil S (Eds): Ethikkonsultation heute – vom Modell zur Praxis. Lit-Verlag, Wien 2011 pp.59-80.

Patient/family participation

  1. The role of legal proxies in end-of-life decisions in Italy: A comparison with other western European countries. Veshi, Denard; Neitzke, Gerald.  J Law Med, 2017, 24(4): 959-969
  1. Neitzke G, Sander K: Aufgabe und Funktion von Patientenvertretern in der Klinischen Ethikberatung. In: Groß D, May AT, Simon A (Eds): Beiträge zur Klinischen Ethikberatung an Universitätskliniken. Lit-Verlag, Münster 2008 pp.121-133.

Quality criteria of CES

  1. Neitzke G, Riedel A, Brombacher L, Heinemann W, Herrmann B: Empfehlungen zur Erstellung von Ethik-Leitlinien in Einrichtungen des Gesundheitswesens. AG „Ethikberatung im Gesundheitswesen“ in der Akademie für Ethik in der Medizin e.V. (AEM). Ethik Med 27,3:241-248 (2015).

Pedersen, Reidar

  1. Lillemoen L, Syse I, Pedersen R, Førde R: Er kliniske etikk-komiteer i den kommunale helse- og omsorgstjenesten bærekraftige?[Are ethics committees in municipal health care services sustainable?] Etikk i praksis 2:127-140 (2016).
  2. Magelssen M, Gjerberg E, Lillemoen L, Førde R, Pedersen R: Ethics support in community care makes a difference for practice. Nursing Ethics 25,2:165-173 (2018).
  3. Magelssen M, Pedersen R, Førde R: Four Roles of Ethical Theory in Clinical Ethics Consultation. American Journal of Bioethics 16,9:26-33 (2016).
  4. Molewijk AC, Stokke I, Pedersen R: Two years of moral case deliberations on the use of coercion in mental health care: Which ethical challenges are being discussed by health care professionals? Clinical Ethics 11,2-3:87-96 (2016).
  5. Syse, I, Førde R, Pedersen R: Clinical ethics committees – also for mental health care? The Norwegian experience. Clinical Ethics 11,2-3:81-86 (2016).
  6. Molewijk AC, Hem MH, Pedersen R: Dealing with ethical challenges: A focus group study with professionals in mental health care. BMC Medical Ethics 16,1:4 (2015).
  7. Hem MH, Pedersen R, Norvoll R, Molewijk AC: Evaluating clinical ethics support in mental healthcare: A systematic literature review. Nursing Ethics 22,4:452-466 (2015).
  8. Lillemoen L, Pedersen R: Ethics reflection groups in community health services: an evaluation study. BMC Medical Ethics 16:25 (2015).
  9. Magelssen M, Pedersen R, Førde R: Novel Paths to Relevance: How Clinical Ethics Committees Promote Ethical Reflection. HEC Forum 28,3:205-216 (2016).
  10. Magelssen M, Pedersen R, Førde R: Sources of bias in clinical ethics case deliberation. Journal of Medical Ethics 40,10:678-682 (2014).
  11. Svantesson M, Karlsson J, Boitte P, Schildman J, Dauwerse L, Widdershoven G, Pedersen R, Huisman M, Molewijk AC: Outcomes of Moral Case Deliberation – The development of an evaluation instrument for clinical ethics support (the Euro-MCD). BMC Medical Ethics 8,15:30 (2014).
  12. Gjerberg E, Lillemoen L, Dreyer A, Pedersen R, Førde R: Etisk kompetanseheving i norske kommuner-hva er gjort, og hva har vært levedyktig over tid? [Ethics work in Norwegian municipalities] Etikk i praksis 8,2:31-49 (2014).
  13. Lillemoen L, Pedersen R: Ethical challenges and how to develop ethics support in primary health care. Nursing Ethics 20,1:96-108 (2013).
  14. Lillemoen L, Pedersen R: Ethics in Municipal Health Services – Working Systematically with Ethics and Developing Competence in Ethics. Clinical Ethics 8,1:19-28 (2013).
  15. Førde R, Pedersen R: Evaluation of case consultations in clinical ethics committees. Clinical Ethics 7,1:45-50 (2012).
  16. Førde R, Pedersen R: Clinical ethics committees in Norway – what do they do, and does it make a difference? Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 20,3:389-395 (2011).
  17. Førde R, Pedersen R: Klinische Ethikkonsultation – ein landesweites Angebot in norwegischen Hospitälern. In: Stutzki R, Ohnsorge K, Reiter-Theil S: Ethikkonsultation heute – vom Modell zur Praxis. LIT Verlag 2011 pp. 303-315.
  18. Kalager G, Førde R, Pedersen R: Er drøftingen av pasientsaker i kliniske etikk-komiteer nyttig? [Are deliberations of patient cases in clinical ethics committees useful?] Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening 131:118-121 (2011).
  19. Pedersen R, Akre V, Førde R: Barriers and Challenges in Clinical Ethics Consultations: The Experiences of Nine Clinical Ethics Committees. Bioethics 23,8:460-469 (2009).
  20. Pedersen R, Akre V, Førde R: What is happening during case deliberations in clinical ethics committees? A pilot study. Journal of Medical Ethics 35,4:147-152 (2009).
  21. Pedersen R, Førde R: Fuzzy Law Encountering Life, Death, and Morality: A Report on Nine Clinical Ethics Committees’ Legal Considerations. In: Gunning J, Holm S, Kenway I (Eds.): Ethics, Law and Society Volume IV. Ashgate 2009 pp. 149-163.
  22. Bollig G, Pedersen R, Førde R: Etikk i sykehjem og hjemmetjenester. [Ethics in nursing homes and home care services] Sykepleien Forskning 4,03:186-196 (2009).
  23. Førde R, Pedersen R, Akre V: Clinicians’ evaluation of clinical ethics consultations in Norway: a qualitative study. Medicine, Health care and Philosophy 11:17-25 (2008).
  24. Pedersen R, Førde R: Hva gjør de kliniske etikkomiteene? [What are the clinical ethics comittees doing?] Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening 125,22: 3127-3129 (2005).

Pergert, Pernilla

  1. af Sandeberg M, Bartholdson C, Pergert, P: Important situations that capture moral distress in paediatric oncology. BMC Medical Ethics 21,1:6 (2020).
  2. Pergert P, Bartholdson C, af Sandeberg, M: The ethical climate in paediatric oncology—A national cross-sectional survey of health-care personnel. Psycho-Oncology 28,4:735-741 (2019).
  3. Pergert P, Bartholdson C, Blomgren K, af Sandeberg M: Moral distress in paediatric oncology: Contributing factors and group differences, Nursing Ethics 26,7-8:2351-2363 (2019).
  4. Pergert P, Bartholdson C, Wenemark M, Lützén K, af Sandeberg M: Translating and culturally adapting the shortened version of the Hospital Ethical Climate Survey (HECS-S) – retaining or modifying validated instruments, BMC Medical Ethics 19,1:35 (2018)
  5. Bartholdson C, Molewijk B, Lützén K, Blomgren K, Pergert, P: Ethics case reflection sessions: Enablers and barriers, Nursing Ethics 25,2:199-211 (2018).
  6. af Sandeberg M, Wenemark M, Bartholdson C, Lützén K, Pergert, P: To change or not to change – translating and culturally adapting the paediatric version of the Moral Distress Scale-Revised (MDS-R), BMC Medical Ethics 18,1:14 (2017).
  7. Bartholdson C, af Sandeberg M, Lützén K, Blomgren K, Pergert, P: Healthcare professionals’ perceptions of the ethical climate in paediatric cancer care. Nursing Ethics 23,8:877-888 (2016).
  8. Bartholdson C, Lützén K, Blomgren K, Pergert, P: Clarifying perspectives: Ethics case reflection sessions in childhood cancer care. Nursing Ethics 23,4:421-31 (2016).
  9. Bartholdson C, Lützén K, Blomgren K, Pergert P: Experiences of ethical issues when caring for children with cancer. Cancer Nursing 38,2:125-32 (2015).
  10. Bartholdson C, Pergert P, Helgesson G: Procedures for clinical ethics case reflections: an example from childhood cancer care, Clinical Ethics 9,2–3:87–95 (2014).

 

Reiter-Theil, Stella

  1. Reiter-Theil S: Initiating and Maintaining Clinical Ethics Support in Psychiatry. Ten Tasks and Challenges – and How to Meet Them. Clinical Ethics 11,2-3:45-53 (2016).
  2. Meyer D, Reiter-Theil S: Context-adjusted clinical ethics support (CES) in psychiatry. Accompanying a team through a sensitive period. Clinical Ethics 11,2-3:70-80 (2016).
  3. Reiter-Theil S, Schürmann J: The ‘Big Five’ in 100 Clinical Ethics Consultation Cases. Evaluating three years of ethics support in the Basel University Hospitals. Bioethica Forum 9,2:12-22 (2016).
  4. Reiter-Theil S, Schürmann J: Unterstützung bei ethischen Fragen – eine methodische Orientierung zur Ethikberatung in der Palliativversorgung. In: Wienke A, Janke K, Sitte T, Graf-Baumann T (Eds): Aktuelle Rechtsfragen der Palliativversorgung. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg 2016 pp. 35-47.
  5. Reiter-Theil S, Schürmann J: Evaluating clinical ethics support: on what grounds do we make judgments about reports of ethics consultation? In: Finder S, Bliton M, Mark J (Eds): Peer review, Peer Education, and Modeling in the Practice of Clinical Ethics Consultation: The Zadeh Project. Springer 2018 pp. 165-178.
  6. Reiter-Theil S, Schürmann J, Schmeck K: Klinische Ethik in der Psychiatrie: State of the Art. Psychiat Praxis 41,07:355-363 (2014).
  7. Rabenschlag F, Steinauer R, Heimann R, Reiter-Theil S: Wahrnehmung ethischer Aspekte in der psychiatrischen Patientenverso Ergebnisse einer Mitarbeiterumfrage. Psychiatrische Praxis 41,7:376-378 (2014).
  8. Stutzki R, Weber M, Reiter-Theil S: Finding their voices again – A media project offers a floor for vulnerable patients, clients and the socially deprived. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. Med Health Care Philos 16,4:739-750 (2013).
  9. Medau I, Jox R, Reiter-Theil S: Error management in psychotherapy in the light of ethical principles. An interview study. BMC Medical Ethics 14,1:50 (2013)
  10. Medau I, Jox R, Dittmann V, Reiter-Theil S: Eine Pilotstudie zum Umgang mit Fehlern in der Psychotherapie – Therapeuten berichten aus der Praxis. Psychiat Prax 39: 326-331(2012).
  11. Reiter-Theil S, Mertz M, Schürmann J, Stingelin-Giles N, Meyer-Zehnder B: Evidence – Competence – Discourse. The Theoretical Framework of the Multi-centre Clinical Ethics Support Project METAP. Bioethics 25,7:403-412 (2011).
  12. Hurst SA, Reiter-Theil S, Slowther A, Pegoraro R, Foerde R, Danis M: Soll Ethikkonsultation Ärzten beim Umgang mit Ressourcen helfen? In: Stutzki R, Ohnsorge K, Reiter-Theil S (Eds.): Ethikkonsultation heute – vom Modell zur Praxis, LIT Verlag, Münster 2011 pp. 281-300.
  13. Reiter-Theil S: Das Ausbalancieren der Perspektiven oder: (Wie) Kann und soll man Patienten und Angehörige in die Ethikberatung einbeziehen? In: Stutzki R, Ohnsorge K, Reiter-Theil S (Eds): Ethikkonsultation heute – vom Modell zur Praxis, LIT Verlag, Münster 2011 pp. 169-184.
  14. Reiter-Theil S: Normativ-ethische Reflexion von Rollen und Tätigkeiten in der Ethikberatung – ein integratives Modell. In: Stutzki R, Ohnsorge K, Reiter-Theil S (Eds.): Ethikkonsultation heute – vom Modell zur Praxis, LIT Verlag, Münster 2011pp. 119-130.
  15. Stutzki R, Ohnsorge K, Reiter-Theil S (Eds.): Ethikkonsultation heute – vom Modell zur Praxis. LIT Verlag, Münster 2011.
  16. Reiter-Theil S: Dealing with the normative dimension in clinical ethics consultation. Cambridge Quarterly Healthcare Ethics 18,4:347-346 (2009).
  17. Pfäfflin M, Kobert K, Reiter-Theil S: Evaluating Clinical Ethics Consultation. Cambridge Quarterly Healthcare Ethics 18,4:406-419 (2009).
  18. Reiter-Theil S: Hilfe in ethischen Entscheidungskonflikten: Basiswissen zur Ethikberatung in der Klinik. In: Salomon F (Ed.): Praxisbuch Ethik in der Intensivmedizin. Medizinisch Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft 2009 pp. 41-50.
  19. Hurst S, Reiter-Theil S, Slowther A, Pegoraro R, Forde R, Danis M: Should ethics consultants help clinicians face scarcity of resources? Journal of Medical Ethics 34: 241-246 (2008).
  20. Hurst S, Reiter-Theil S, Baumann-Hölzle R, Foppa C, Malacrida R, Bosshard G, Salathé M, Mauron A: Growth of clinical ethics in a multilingual country: challenges and opportunities. Bioethica Forum 1,1:15-24 (2008).
  21. Kobert K, Pfäfflin M, Reiter-Theil S: Evaluation des klinischen Ethik-Beratungsdienstes. Hintergrund, Konzepte und Strategie im Ev. Krankenhaus Bielefeld. Ethik Med 20:122-133 (2008).
  22. Reiter-Theil S: Ethikberatung in der Klinik: ein integratives Modell für die Praxis und ihre Reflexion. Therapeutische Umschau 65:359-365 (2008).
  23. Hurst S, Reiter-Theil S, Slowther A, Pegoraro R, Forde R, Danis M: Physicians’ access to ethics support services in four European countries. Health Care Analysis 15,4:321-335 (2007).
  24. Reiter-Theil S: Klinische Ethikkonsultation: Grundlagen zur Einführung einer interdisziplinären Form der Beratung. In: Riha O, Nartschik C, Helm S (Eds): Schriftenreihe des Instituts für Ethik in der Medizin Leipzig e.V., Shaker Verlag, Aachen 2006, Band 8, pp. 38-59.
  25. Bartels S, Parker M, Hope T, Reiter-Theil S: Wie hilfreich sind “ethische Richtlinien” am Einzelfall? Eine vergleichende kasuistische Analyse der Deutschen Grundsätze, Britischen Guidelines und Schweizerischen Richtlinien zur Sterbebegleitung. Ethik Med 17,3:191-205 (2005).
  26. Reiter-Theil S: Klinische Ethikkonsultation – eine methodische Orientierung zur ethischen Beratung am Krankenbett. Schweizerische Ärztezeitung 86,6:436-351 (2005).
  27. Reiter-Theil S: Balancing the Perspectives. The Patient’s Role in Clinical Ethics Consultation. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 6:247-254 (2003).
  28. Reiter-Theil S: The Freiburg approach of ethics consultation. Process, outcome and competencies. Journal of Medical Ethics 27:121-123 (2001).
  29. Reiter-Theil S: Ethics consultation in Germany. The present situation. Health Ethics Committee Forum 13,3:265-280 (2001).
  30. Reiter-Theil S: Ethics consultation on demand. Concepts, practical experiences and a case study. Journal of Medical Ethics 26:198-203 (2000).
  31. Reiter-Theil S: Ethik in der Klinik – Theorie für die Praxis: Ziele, Aufgaben und Möglichkeiten des Ethik-Konsils. Ethik Med 11,4:222-232 (1999).
  32. Reiter-Theil S: The Role of Ethics Codes in Medicine: How Can They be Helpful in Making Decisions? In: Hildt E, Graumann S (Eds.): Genetics in Human Reproduction, Ashgate, Aldershot 1999 pp. 299-310.
  33. Reiter-Theil S: Anwendung ethischer Prinzipien bei der Begutachtung am Beispiel der Lebendspende. In: Dierks C, Neuhaus P, Wienke A (Eds.): Die Allokation von Spenderorganen. Rechtliche Aspekte. Schriftenreihe Medizinrecht, Springer, Heidelberg 1999 pp. 23-34.
  34. Reiter-Theil S: Kompetenz durch Ethik-Konsultation: ein Modell – dargestellt am Problem der Sterilisation einer geistig behinderten Frau. Systeme 12:1-15 (1998).
  35. Höger C, Reiter-Theil S, Reiter L, Derichs G, Kastner-Voigt M, Schulz T: Fallbezogene ethische Reflexion. Ein Prozessmodell zur Ethik-Konsultation in der Kin derpsychiatrie und Psychotherapie. System Familie 10:174-179 (1997).

Edition of Thematic Issues

  1. Reiter-Theil S, Dittmann V: Themenschwerpunkt „Ethische Unterstützung in der Psychiatrischen Klinik: Fragestellungen – Konzepte – Erfahrungen.“ Psychiatrische Praxis 41,7 (2014).
  2. Agich GJ, Reiter-Theil S: Special Issue “Clinical Ethics Consultation”. Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics 18,4 (2009).
  3. Reiter-Theil S, Agich GJ: Thematic Section “Research on Clinical Ethics and Consultation”. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 11,1(2008).
  4. Reiter-Theil S, Illhardt FJ: Ethik-Beratung in der Medizin. Ethik Med 11,4 (1999).

 

Schildmann Jan

Books

  1. Schildmann J, Gordon JS, Vollmann J (Eds): Clinical Ethics Consultation. Theories and Methods, Implementation, Evaluation. Ashgate, Farnham 2010.
  2. Vollmann J, Schildmann J, Simon A (Eds): Klinische Ethik. Aktuelle Entwicklungen in Theorie und Praxis. Campus, Frankfurt/Main 2009.

Articles

  1. Schildmann J, Nadolny S, Haltaufderheide J, Gysels M, Vollmann J, Bausewein C.Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2019 Jul. Ethical case intervention for adult patients. 22;7:CD012636. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD012636.pub2
  1. Schildmann J, Nadolny S, Wäscher S, Gysels M, Vollmann J, Bausewein C: Clinical ethics support services (CESS) as complex intervention. Preliminary findings of a conceptual analysis and possible implications for outcomes research. Bioethica Forum 9,2:90-92 (2016).
  2.  Molewijk B, Slowther A, Schildmann J: The European Clinical Ethics Network (ECEN): the professional development of clinical ethics support in Europe and the importance of quality assessment through evaluation research Bioethica Forum 9:86-89 (2016).
  3. Schildmann J, Vollmann J: Evaluation of clinical ethics consultation: A systematic review and critical appraisal of research methods and outcome criteria. In: Schildmann J, Gordon J, Vollmann J (Eds): Clinical Ethics Consultation: theories – methods – evaluation. Ashgate Publishers, Farnham 2010 pp. 203-215.

Spranzi, Marta

Clinical ethics consultation

  1. Spranzi M: Professionalizing the practice of clinical ethics consultation: Problems and perspectives. Bioethica Forum 9,2:31-33 (2016).
  2. Spranzi M, Fournier V, Brunet L, Foureur N: The ‘commitment model’ for clinical ethics consultations: society’s involvement in the solution of individual cases. The Journal of Clinical Ethics 26,4:286-296 (2015).

Clinical ethics

  1. Spranzi M: When patients’ values challenge professional integrity. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 59,3:326-336 (2016).
  2. Fournier V, Belghiti E, Brunet L, Spranzi M: Withdrawal of artificial nutrition and hydration in neonatal intensive care: parents’ and healthcare practitioners’ views. Med Health Care Philos 20,3:365-371 (2017).
  3. Spranzi M: La place des parents dans la décision de limitation, d’arrêt ou de poursuite des traitements actifs en néonatologie. In: Bétrémieux P (Ed): La démarche palliative en médecine périnatale. Olo Editions.
  4. Spranzi M: Professional integrity. In: ten Haven H (Ed)  Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics, Springer 2016.
  5. Fournier V, Spranzi M: The near-failure of advance directives: why they should not be abandoned altogether, but their role radically reconsidered. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 19,4:563-568 (2016).
  6. Spranzi M: The French euthanasia debate: Exception and solidarity. The Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 22:1-9 (2013).
  7. Spranzi M: Clinical ethics and values: how do norms evolve from practice? The Journal of Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy 16,1:93-103 (2013).
  8. Spranzi M: The normative relevance of cases: Rhetoric and empirical ethics. The Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 21,4:481-492 (2012).
  9. Fournier V, Spranzi M: L’autonomie en question: pratique éthique et enjeux politiques. Raison publique 5:217-242 (2011).

Svantesson, Mia

  1. Bassford C, Griffiths F, Svantesson M, Mandy Ryan, Nicolas Krucien, Jeremy Dale, Sophie Rees, Karen Rees, Agnieszka Ignatowicz, Helen Parsons, Nadine Flowers, Zoe Fritz, Gavin Perkins, Sarah Quinton, Sarah Symons,Huayi Huang, Jake Turner, Mike Brooke, Aimee McCreedy,Caroline Blake, Slowther A; Developing an intervention around referral and admissions to intensive care: a mixed-methods study. Health Services and Delivery Research Volume 7 • Issue 39 • November 2019 ISSN 2050-4349
  2.  Bassford C, Svantesson M; Karen Rees, Nicolas Krucien, Zoe Fritz, Catherine White, Sarah Quinton, Sarah Symons, Anne-Marie Slowther, Frances Griffiths, Gavin Perkins, Jeremy Dale, Mandy Ryan. Gatekeeping in intensive care: Understanding and improving the decision-making process surrounding admission to the intensive care unit. Study protocol, Perth, Scotland: National Institute for Health Research Journals Library; 2019.
  3. Silen M, Svantesson M. Impact of clinical ethics support on daily practice-First-line managers’ experiences in the Euro-MCD project. J Nurs Manag 2019.
  4. Svantesson M, de Snoo-Trimp J, Ursin G, de Vet HCW, Brinchmann B, Molewijk A. Important outcomes of moral case deliberation: a Euro-MCD field survey of healthcare professionals’ priorities. J Med Ethics 2019;45:608-16.
  5. Bassford CB, Krucien N, Ryan M, Griffiths F, Svantesson M, Fritz Z, Perkins GD, Quinton S, Slowther A-M. U.K. Intensivists’ Preferences for Patient Admission to ICU: Evidence From a Choice Experiment. Crit Care Med 2019.
  6. de Snoo-Trimp J, Molewijk A, Ursin G, , Brinchmann B, Widdershoven GAM, de Vet HCW, Svantesson M. Field-testing the Euro-MCD Instrument: experienced outcomes of Moral Case Deliberation. Nursing Ethics 2019, 1-17: Doi: 10.1177/0969733019849454
  7. Relational autonomy in the care of the vulnerable: Health care professionals’ reasoning in Moral Case Deliberation (MCD), Heidenreich K, Bremer A, Matertvedt L-J, Tidefelt U, Svantesson M. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 2017.
  8. It’s like sailing’- experiences of the role as facilitator during moral case deliberation. Rasoal D, Kihlgren A, Svantesson M. Clinical Ethics 2017
  9. It’s not all about moral reasoning – understanding the content of Moral Case Deliberation. Svantesson M, Silén M, James I. Nursing Ethics 2017.
  10. What healthcare teams find ethically difficult – captured in 69 moral case deliberations. Rasoal D, Kihlgren A, James I, Svantesson M. Nursing Ethics 2015.
  11. Interdisciplinary Ethics Rounds Concerning Dialysis Patients: Staff’s Ethical Reflections before and after Rounds. Svantesson M, Anderzén Carlsson A, Thorsén H, Kallenberg K, Ahlström G. Journal of Medical Ethics, 2008.
  12. Learning a way through ethical problems –Swedish nurses’ and doctors’ experiences from one model of ethics rounds. Svantesson M, Löfmark R, Thorsén H, Kallenberg K, Ahlström G.  Journal of Medical Ethics, 2008.

 

Vollmann, Jochen

Books

  1. Dörries A, Neitzke G, Simon A, Vollmann J (Eds): Klinische Ethikberatung. Ein Praxisbuch für Krankenhäuser und Einrichtungen der Altenpflege. Zweite überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 2010.
  2. Schildmann J, Gordon JS, Vollmann J (Eds): Clinical Ethics Consultation. Theories and Methods, Implementation, Evaluation. Ashgate Publichers, Farnham 2010.
  3. Vollmann J, Schildmann J, Simon A (Eds): Klinische Ethik. Aktuelle Entwicklungen in Theorie und Praxis. Campus, Frankfurt/Main 2009.

Articles

  1. Schildmann J, Nadolny S, Wäscher S, Gysels M, Vollmann J, Bausewein C: Clinical ethics support services (CESS) as complex intervention. Preliminary findings of a conceptual analysis and possible implications for outcomes research. Bioethica Forum 2:90-92 (2016).
  2. Gather J, Vollmann J: Klinische Ethikberatung – ein Modell für die Psychiatrie? Psyche im Fokus 1:38-40 (2015).
  3. Dörries A, Simon A, Vollmann J Neitzke G: The impact of an ethics training programme on the success of clinical ethics services. Clinical Ethics 9:36-44 (2014).
  4. Vollmann J: The implementation process of clinical ethics consultation: concepts, resistance, recommendations. Revista Română de Bioetică, 11,3:108-122 (2013).
  5. Dörries A, Neitzke G, Simon A, Vollmann J: Implementing Clinical Ethics in German Hospitals: Content, Didactics and Evaluation of a Nationwide Postgraduate Training Programme. Journal of Medical Ethics 36:721-726 (2010).
  6. Vollmann J: Klinik: Aufgaben und Kriterien für Klinische Ethikkomitees. Bundesgesundheitsblatt 51:865-871 (2008).
  7. Vollmann J: Klinische Ethikkomitees und Ethikberatung in Deutschland: Bisherige Entwicklung und zukünftige Perspektiven. Bioethica Forum 1,1:33-39 (2008).
  8. Vollmann J: Klinische Ethikkomitees und klinische Ethikberatung im Krankenhaus. Ein Praxisleitfaden über Strukturen, Aufgaben, Modelle und Implementierungsschritte. Medizinethische Materialien Bochum 164, 9ed. (2007).
  9. Vollmann J: Ethik in der klinischen Medizin. Bestandsaufnahme und Ausblick. Ethik in der Medizin 18:348-352 (2006).
  10. Wernstedt T, Vollmann J: Das Erlanger klinische Ethikkomitee. Organisationsethik an einem deutschen Universitätsklinikum. Ethik in der Medizin 17:44-51 (2005).
  11. Vollmann J: Klinische Ethikkomitees und Ethikberatung in Deutschland. Zeitschrift für Palliativmedizin 6:2-5 (2005).
  12. Dörries A, Simon A, Neitzke G, Vollmann J: Ethikberatung im Krankenhaus: Qualifizierungsprogramm Hannover. Ethik in der Medizin 17:327-331 (2005).
  13. Vollmann J, Wank M, Weidtmann A, Reinhardt FM: What did she “really” want? (Kasuistik) Intensive Care Medicine 30:733 (2004).
  14. Vollmann J, Burchardi N, Weidtmann A: Klinische Ethikkomitees an deutschen Universitätskliniken. Eine Befragung aller Ärztlichen Direktoren und Pflegedirektoren. Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 129:1237-1242 (2004).
  15. Vollmann J: Implementing clinical ethics in health care institutions: The Nijmegen model. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 7:223-225 (2004).
  16. Vollmann J, Weidtmann A: Das Klinische Ethikkomitee des Erlanger Universitätsklinikums: Institutionalisierung-Arbeitsweise-Perspektiven. Ethik in der Medizin 15:229-238 (2003).
  17. Vollmann J: Effekte klinischer Ethikberatung auf amerikanischen Intensivstationen. (Kommentar) Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 128:2409 (2003).
  18. Vollmann J: Ethikberatung. Ist die Ethikberatung im amerikanischen Krankenhaus ein Modell für Deutschland? Zeitschrift für Allgemeinmedizin 73:137-138 (1997).
  19. Vollmann J: Der klinische Ethiker – ein Konzept mit Zukunft? Zur Integration von philosophischer Ethik in die praktische Medizin. Ethik in der Medizin 7:181-192 (1995).

Widdershoven, Guy

CES cases (clinical ethics) in which ethics support

  1. Clinical ethics in psychiatry. Fostering reflection and dialog on the ward through moral case deliberation. Voskes, Y, Weidema, F, Widdershoven, G. Clinical Ethics, 2016, DOI: 10.1177/1477750916644935.
  2. Inspectors’ ethical challenges in health care regulation: a pilot study. Seekles, W, G Widdershoven, P Robben, G van Dalfsen, B. Molewijk. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 2016, in press.
  3. (book chapter) Dealing around dilemmas about patients’ wishes to die. Moral case deliberation in a Dutch hospice. A case study. Widdershoven, Guy, Margreet Stolper, Bert Molewijk. In: Patients’ wishes to die. 2015, Edited by: Rehmann-Sutter C, Gudat H, Ohnsorge K. 2015, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  4. Moral case deliberation about coercion in psychiatry. Voskes Y, Evenblij K, Noorthoorn E, Porz R, Widdershoven G. Psychiatr Prax. 2014 Oct;41(7):364-70. doi: 10.1055/s-0034-1370292. (German).

Methods/structures for CES

  1. The dilemma method. A conversation method for moral case deliberation. Stolper, Margreet, Guy Widdershoven, Bert Molewijk. BMC Medical Ethics, 2016, 17:45.
  2. Emotions and clinical ethics support. A moral inquiry into emotions in moral case deliberation. Molewijk, Bert, Dick Kleinlugtenbelt, Scott Pugh, Guy Widdershoven. In: HEC Forum, Volume 23, Issue 4 (2011), Page 257-268.
  3. The role of emotions in moral case deliberation. Theory, practice and methodology. Molewijk, Bert, Dick Kleinlugtenbelt, Guy Widdershoven. In: Bioethics, 2011, Sep;25(7):383-93.
  4. (book chapter) Clinical Ethics in the Netherlands: Moral Case Deliberation in Health Care Organizations. Margreet Stolper, Sandra van der Dam, Guy Widdershoven, Bert Molewijk. In: Schildmann, Gordon, Vollmann (eds.), Clinical Ethics Consultation. Theories and Methods, Implementation, Evaluation. Ashgate, 2010, p.149-160.
  5. Teaching ethics in the clinic: The theory and practice of moral case deliberation. Molewijk AC, Abma T, Stolper M, Widdershoven G. J Med Ethics, 2008, 34, 120 -124.

Implementation and organisational structure of CES

  1. Enacting Ethics. Bottom-up involvement in implementing moral case deliberation. Weidema, F., B. Molewijk, G. Widdershoven, T. Abma. In: Health Care Analysis, 2012, 20, p. 1-19.
  2. Moral Case Deliberation in an Academic Hospital in the Netherlands. Tensions Between Theory and Practice. Stolper, Margreet, Suzanne Metselaar, Bert Molewijk, Guy Widdershoven. In: Journal International de Bioéthique, 2012, Sep-Dec;23(3-4): 53-66.
  3. Organizing Moral Case Deliberation in mixed groups: experiences in two Dutch nursing homes. Dam, S. van der, T.A. Abma, A.C. Molewijk, M.J.M. Kardol, J.M.G.A Schols, G.A.M. Widdershoven. In Nursing Ethics, 2011, May;18(3):327-40.
  4. Implementing moral case deliberation in a psychiatric hospital: process and outcome. Molewijk B, Verkerk M, Milius H, Widdershoven G In: Med Health Care and Philosophy, 2008, 11, 43-56.
  5. Implementing moral case deliberation in Dutch health care: improving moral competency of professionals and quality of care. Molewijk B, Zadelhoff E, Lendemeijer B, Widdershoven G. In: Bioethica Forum, 2008. 1, 1, 57-65.

Training

  1. Social work students dealing with moral dilemmas in the care for children and young people: an evaluation of moral case deliberation as an educational tool. Spijkerboer R.P., J. C. van der Stel, G. A. M. Widdershoven & A. C. Molewijk. Social Work Education, 2016, DOI: 10.1080/02615479.2016.120146
  2. Training facilitators of Moral Case Deliberation: a successful experience with involving external health care professionals in the sessions and in feedback to the trainees. Pasman-de Roo, K, M Stolper, G Widdershoven, B Molewijk. Bioethica Forum, 2016, in press.
  3. Learning by doing. Training health care professionals to become facilitators of moral case deliberation. Stolper, Margreet, Bert Molewijk, Guy Widdershoven. HEC Forum, 2015 Mar;27(1):47-59. doi: 10.1007/s10730-014-9251-7.
  4. Moral dilemmas in a military context. A case study of a trainer the trainer course in military ethics. Baarle, Eva van, Jolanda Bosch, Guy Widdershoven, Desiree Verweij, Bert Molewijk. Journal of Moral Education, 2015, Vol. 44, Issue 4, p.457-478.
  5. Training healthcare professionals as moral case deliberation facilitators: evaluation of a Dutch training programme. Plantinga, Mirjam, Bert Molewijk, Menno de Bree, Marloes Moraal, Marian Verkerk, Guy A M Widdershoven. In: Journal Medical Ethics (2012), Oct;38 (10): 630-5p.

Theory of CES

  1. Ethical Theory as Part of Clinical Ethics Support Practice. Widdershoven, Guy, S. Metselaar, B. Molewijk. The American Journal of Bioethics, 2016, Vol.16, Issue 9; p34-36.
  2. Beyond recommendation and meditation: moral case deliberation as moral learning in dialogue. Metselaar, Suzanne, Bert Molewijk, Guy Widdershoven. Am J Bioeth, 2015, 15(1):50-1.
  3. Theory and practice of clinical ethics support services: narrative and hermeneutical perspectives, Porz, R., Landeweer, E., Widdershoven, G. Bioethics, 2011, 25 (7): 354-60
  4. (book chapter) Philosophical Foundations of Clinical Ethics: A Hermeneutic Perspective. Guy Widdershoven, Bert Molewijk. In: Schildmann, Gordon, Vollmann (eds.), Clinical Ethics Consultation. Theories and Methods, Implementation, Evaluation. Ashgate, 2010, p.37-51.
  5. Good care in ongoing dialogue. Improving the quality of care through moral deliberation and responsive evaluation. Abma, T., Molewijk, B., Widdershoven, G.A.M. Health Care Analysis, 2009, Volume 17, Issue 3, p. 217-235.

Evaluation research

  1. Evaluation of Moral Case Deliberation at The Dutch Health Care Inspectorate: A Pilot Study. Seekles, W, G Widdershoven, P Robben, G van Dalfsen, B. Molewijk. BMC Medical Ethics, 2016, in press.
  2. Does moral case deliberation help professionals in care for the homeless in dealing with their dilemmas? A mixed-methods responsive study. Spijkerboer, R, G Widdershoven, J van der Stel, A.C. Molewijk. HEC Forum, Published on line 17 August 2016, DOI 10.1007/s10730-016-9310-3.
  3. Social work students dealing with moral dilemmas in the care for children and young people: an evaluation of moral case deliberation as an educational tool. Spijkerboer R.P., J. C. van der Stel, G. A. M. Widdershoven & A. C. Molewijk. Social Work Education, 2016, DOI: 10.1080/02615479.2016.120146
  4. Evaluation and perceived results of moral case deliberation in a Dutch organization for elderly care. A quantitative and qualitative study. Janssens, Rien, Ezra van Zadelhoff, Ger van Loo, Guy Widdershoven, Bert Molewijk. Nursing Ethics, Dec;22(8):870-80.
  5. Managers’ views on and experiences with moral case deliberation in nursing teams. Weidema, Frouk, Bert Molewijk, Frans Kamsteeg, Guy Widdershoven. Journal of Nursing Management, Volume 23, Issue 8, pages 1067–1075, November 2015.
  6. Outcomes of Moral Case Deliberation. The development of an evaluation instrument for clinical ethics support (the Euro-MCD). Svantesson M, Karlsson J, Boitte P, Schildmann J, Dauwerse L, Widdershoven G, Huisman M, Pedersen R, Molewijk B. BMC Medical Ethics, 2014, 15: 30.
  7. Ethics support in elderly care: a review of the literature. Dam, Sandra van der, Bert Molewijk, Guy Widdershoven, Tineke Abma. In: J Med Ethics, 2014 Sep;40(9):625-631.
  8. Prevalence and characteristics of moral case deliberation in Dutch health care. Dauwerse, Linda, Margreet Stolper, Guy Widdershoven, Bert Molewijk. In: Med Health Care Philos, 2014, Aug, 17 (3), 365-75.
  9. Implicit and explicit clinical ethics support in The Netherlands: a mixed-methods overview study. Dauwerse, Linda, Frouk Weidema, Tine Abma, Bert Molewijk, Guy Widdershoven. In: HEC Forum, 2014, Jun 26(2), 95-106.
  10. Goals of Clinical Ethics Support. Perceptions of Dutch Health Care Institutions. Dauwerse, Linda, Tineke Abma, Bert Molewijk, Guy Widdershoven. In: Health Care Analysis, Dec 2013, 21(4), 323-37.
  11. The Discovery of Deliberation. From reluctance to appreciation through the learning process of doing Moral Case Deliberation in Dutch elderly care. Dam, Sandra van der, Jos Schols, Tinie Kardol, Bert Molewijk, Guy Widdershoven, Tineke Abma. In: Social Science & Medicine, 2013, April, 83, p. 125-32.
  12. Aims and harvest of moral case deliberation. Weidema, Frouk, Bert Molewijk, Frans Kamsteeg, Guy Widdershoven. In: Nursing Ethics, 2013, Sep, 20(6), 617-31.
  13. Need for ethics support in healthcare institutions: views of Dutch board members and ethics support staff. Dauwerse, Linda, Tineke Abma, Bert Molewijk, Guy Widdershoven. In: Journal of Medical Ethics, 2011, Aug;37(8):456-60.

Patient/family participation

  1. Client participation in moral case deliberation: deliberating in a precarious relational balance. Weidema, Frouk, Tineke Abma, Guy Widdershoven, Bert Molewijk. In: HEC Forum 2011 Sep;23(3):207-24

Quality criteria of CES

  1. (book chapter) Peer review and beyond. Towards a dialogical approach of quality of ethics support. Widdershoven, Guy, Bert Molewijk, Suzanne Metselaar . In: Finder S & Bliton M (eds), The case of Zadeh. Peer review in ethics consultation. Springer, 2016, in press.
  2. What quality is actually assessed within written records? Molewijk B, G Widdershoven, J Vollmann, J Schildmann. The American Journal of Bioethics, 2016, Vol.16, Issue 9; p. 34-36.
  3. Fostering the Ethics of Ethics Consultants in Health Care: An Ongoing Participatory Approach. Molewijk, Bert, Laura Hartmann, Froukje Weidema, Yolande Voskes, Guy Widdershoven. American Journal of Bioethics; 2015, 15(5):60-2.