Bioethics

Papers
(The TQCC of Bioethics is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Utilitarianism and the pandemic124
Recommendations on COVID‐19 triage: international comparison and ethical analysis90
Responsibility beyond design: Physicians’ requirements for ethical medical AI46
Accounting for research fatigue in research ethics32
Saving the most lives—A comparison of European triage guidelines in the context of the COVID‐19 pandemic30
Research integrity codes of conduct in Europe: Understanding the divergences28
Collective Reflective Equilibrium in Practice (CREP) and controversial novel technologies23
Does the heterogeneity of autism undermine the neurodiversity paradigm?23
Should we replace radiologists with deep learning? Pigeons, error and trust in medical AI23
Queue questions: Ethics of COVID‐19 vaccine prioritization22
Intentional machines: A defence of trust in medical artificial intelligence20
Artificial intelligence and the doctor–patient relationship expanding the paradigm of shared decision making19
Harming one to benefit another: The paradox of autonomy and consent in maternity care19
REASONS TO REDEFINE MORAL DISTRESS: A FEMINIST EMPIRICAL BIOETHICS ANALYSIS18
How competitors become collaborators—Bridging the gap(s) between machine learning algorithms and clinicians18
Environmentally sustainable development and use of artificial intelligence in health care17
Contextual bias, the democratization of healthcare, and medical artificial intelligence in low‐ and middle‐income countries17
Evaluation of artificial intelligence clinical applications: Detailed case analyses show value of healthcare ethics approach in identifying patient care issues16
Rethinking counselling in prenatal screening: An ethical analysis of informed consent in the context of non‐invasive prenatal testing (NIPT)16
Ethical issues surrounding controlled human infection challenge studies in endemic low‐and middle‐income countries16
The telemedical imperative15
Against COVID‐19 vaccination of healthy children15
The death of dignity is greatly exaggerated: Reflections 15 years after the declaration of dignity as a useless concept15
Explicability of artificial intelligence in radiology: Is a fifth bioethical principle conceptually necessary?14
Deliberately infecting healthy volunteers with malaria parasites: Perceptions and experiences of participants and other stakeholders in a Kenyan‐based malaria infection study14
Ethics, public health and technology responses to COVID‐1913
A consequentialist argument for considering age in triage decisions during the coronavirus pandemic13
One health ethics12
Racism in child welfare: Ethical considerations of harm12
Resistance in health and healthcare12
Autonomy and social influence in predictive genetic testing decision‐making: A qualitative interview study11
The Montreal Criteria and uterine transplants in transgender women11
Ectogenesis and gender‐based oppression: Resisting the ideal of assimilation11
Critical analysis of communication strategies in public health promotion: An empirical‐ethical study on organ donation in Germany11
Suffering is not enough: Assisted dying for people with mental illness11
Avoiding ‘selection’?—References to history in current German policy debates about non‐invasive prenatal testing10
Moving beyond mistrust: Centering institutional change by decentering the white analytical lens10
Exploring the phenomenon and ethical issues of AI paternalism in health apps10
Queries on the COVID‐19 quick publishing ethics10
Beneficent dehumanization: Employing artificial intelligence and carebots to mitigate shame‐induced barriers to medical care10
The curious case of “trust” in the light of changing doctor–patient relationships10
A more‐than‐human approach to bioethics: The example of digital health10
Dying well in nursing homes during COVID‐19 and beyond: The need for a relational and familial ethic10
Environmental justice and climate change policies10
‘Too late or too soon’: The ethics of advance care planning in dementia setting10
Digitally supported public health interventions through the lens of structural injustice: The case of mobile apps responding to violence against women and girls10
Your pain is not mine: A critique of clinical empathy9
Moving from ‘fully’ to ‘appropriately’ informed consent in genomics: The PROMICE framework9
Public reasoning about voluntary assisted dying: An analysis of submissions to the Queensland Parliament, Australia9
Responsibility amid the social determinants of health9
Should we accept a higher cost per health improvement for orphan drugs? A review and analysis of egalitarian arguments8
The bioethics of loneliness8
Vaccination status and intensive care unit triage: Is it fair to give unvaccinated Covid‐19 patients equal priority?8
Autonomy and the limits of cognitive enhancement8
Space bioethics: Why we need it and why it should be a feminist space bioethics7
Facing difficult but unavoidable choices: Donor blood safety and the deferral of men who have sex with men7
Half a century of bioethics and philosophy of medicine: A topic‐modeling study7
Addressing racism in the healthcare encounter: The role of clinical ethics consultants7
A trade‐off: Antimicrobial resistance and COVID‐197
The ethical‐legal requirements for adolescent self‐consent to research in sub‐Saharan Africa: A scoping review7
A riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma: How semantic black boxes and opaque artificial intelligence confuse medical decision‐making7
Ethical issues in managing the COVID‐19 pandemic7
May I give my heart away? On the permissibility of living vital organ donation7
The use of human artificial gametes and the limits of reproductive freedom7
The emergence of the “genetic counseling” profession as a counteraction to past eugenic concepts and practices7
He Jiankui´s gene‐editing experiment and the non‐identity problem7
Stopping exploitation: Properly remunerating healthcare workers for risk in the COVID‐19 pandemic7
A sufficiency threshold is not a harm principle: A better alternative to best interests for overriding parental decisions7
The birth of the “digital turn” in bioethics?6
Organoid biobanking, autonomy and the limits of consent6
The ethics of ethics conferences: Is Qatar a desirable location for a bioethics conference?6
Too old to save? COVID‐19 and age‐based allocation of lifesaving medical care6
In defence of the bioethics scoping review: Largely systematic literature reviewing with broad utility6
To offer or request? Disclosing variants of uncertain significance in prenatal testing6
Bioethics met its COVID‐19 Waterloo: The doctor knows best again6
Compensation and reparations for victims and bystanders of the U.S. Public Health Service research studies in Tuskegee and Guatemala: Who do we owe what?6
A conscious choice: Is it ethical to aim for unconsciousness at the end of life?6
‘Aching to be a boy’: A preliminary analysis of gender assignment of intersex persons in India in a culture of son preference6
Withdrawal of intensive care during times of severe scarcity: Triage during a pandemic only upon arrival or with the inclusion of patients who are already under treatment?6
A local criterion of fairness in sport: Comparing the property advantages of Caster Semenya and Eero Mäntyranta with implications for the construction of categories in sport6
Fallacious, misleading and unhelpful: The case for removing ‘systematic review’ from bioethics nomenclature6
Disability‐based arguments against assisted dying laws6
Nudging for others’ sake: An ethical analysis of the legitimacy of nudging healthcare workers to accept influenza immunization6
The balancing of virtues—Muslim perspectives on palliative and end of life care: Empirical research analysing the perspectives of service users and providers6
The cost of safety: Balancing risk and liberty in psychiatric units5
Justice and the racial dimensions of health inequalities: A view from COVID‐195
Judging the social value of controlled human infection studies5
Moving forwards: A problem for full ectogenesis5
Navigating conflicts of justice in the use of race and ethnicity in precision medicine5
Mobile health technology and empowerment5
COVID‐19 and the possibility of solidarity5
Eating meat and not vaccinating: In defense of the analogy5
Vulnerability in practice: Peeling back the layers, avoiding triggers, and preventing cascading effects5
Telling the truth to seriously ill children: Considering children's interests when parents veto telling the truth5
Sustainable global health practice: An ethical imperative?5
Contractualist age rationing under outbreak circumstances5
Why IRBs should protect bystanders in human research5
To remember, or not to remember? Potential impact of memory modification on narrative identity, personal agency, mental health, and well‐being5
Genetic enhancement, human extinction, and the best interests of posthumanity5
Cultivating conscience: Moral neurohabilitation of adolescents and young adults with conduct and/or antisocial personality disorders4
The right to a second opinion on Artificial Intelligence diagnosis—Remedying the inadequacy of a risk‐based regulation4
An empirical perspective on moral expertise: Evidence from a global study of philosophers4
Individual moral responsibility for antibiotic resistance4
Should clinicians make chest surgery available to transgender male adolescents?4
Towards conjoint solidarity in healthcare4
Response to the ISSCR guidelines on human–animal chimera research4
On the impairment argument4
Symposium on risks to bystanders in clinical research: An introduction4
Ethics of controlled human infection studies: Past, present and future4
Not just a tragic compromise: The positive case for adolescent access to puberty‐blocking treatment4
‘Mad’, bad or Muslim? The UK's Vulnerability Support Hubs and the nexus of mental health, counterterrorism and racism4
From scientific exploitation to individual memorialization: Evolving attitudes towards research on Nazi victims’ bodies4
Autonomy rights and abortion after the point of viability4
Handle with care: Assessing performance measures of medical AI for shared clinical decision‐making4
The ethics of bioethics conferencing in Qatar4
Surrogacy and uterus transplantation using live donors: Examining the options from the perspective of ‘womb‐givers’4
World Congress of Bioethics in Qatar raises ethical questions4
Uterus collectors: The case for reproductive justice for African American, Native American, and Hispanic American female victims of eugenics programs in the United States4
Racism without racists and consequentialist life‐maximizing approaches to triaging4
Access to effective but expensive treatments: An analysis of the solidarity argument in discussions on funding of medical treatments4
Digital surveillance in a pandemic response: What bioethics ought to learn from Indigenous perspectives4
Reconstructing feminist perspectives of women’s bodies using a globalized view: The changing surrogacy market in Japan4
Causation and Injustice: Locating the injustice of racial and ethnic health disparities3
Accuracy of post‐publication Financial Conflict of Interest corrections in medical research: A secondary analysis of pharmaceutical company payments to the authors of the CREATE‐X trial report in the 3
Bioethics and the argumentative legacy of atrocities in medical history: Reflections on a complex relationship3
Is there a social justice to dentistry’s social contract?3
Technological solutions to loneliness—Are they enough?3
The differentiation argument: If newborns outrank animals, so do fetuses3
How should severity be understood in the context of reproductive genetic carrier screening?3
Racialized disablement and the need for conceptual analysis of “racial health disparities”3
In defense of dignity: Reflections on the moral function of human dignity3
The fragility of origin essentialism: Where mitochondrial ‘replacement’ meets the non‐identity problem3
Bioethics and the thorny question of diversity: The example of Qatar‐based institutions hosting the World Congress of Bioethics 20243
Truth and diversion: Self and other‐regarding lies in dementia care3
“What can I possibly do?”: White individual responsibility for addressing racism as a public health crisis3
Sexual loneliness: A neglected public health problem?3
Towards equitable genomics governance in Africa: Guiding principles from theories of global health governance and the African moral theory of Ubuntu3
Bystanders and ethical review of research: Proceed with caution3
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Equality‐enhancing potential of novel forms of assisted gestation: Perspectives of reproductive rights advocates3
Informed consent for controlled human infection studies in low‐ and middle‐income countries: Ethical challenges and proposed solutions3
Gendering the seed: Mitochondrial replacement techniques and the erasure of the maternal3
Moving beyond the moral status of organoid‐entities3
Respecting relational agency in the context of vulnerability: What can research ethics learn from the social sciences?3
A principled approach to cross‐sector genomic data access3
Reproductive justice for the haunted Nordic welfare state: Race, racism, and queer bioethics in Finland3
Racism in healthcare and bioethics3
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