BMC Medical Ethics

Papers
(The H4-Index of BMC Medical Ethics is 23. 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Privacy and artificial intelligence: challenges for protecting health information in a new era175
Artificial intelligence for good health: a scoping review of the ethics literature126
Moral distress and ethical climate in intensive care medicine during COVID-19: a nationwide study87
Embedded ethics: a proposal for integrating ethics into the development of medical AI56
Relational autonomy in end-of-life care ethics: a contextualized approach to real-life complexities51
Digital tools in the informed consent process: a systematic review50
Ethics education to support ethical competence learning in healthcare: an integrative systematic review42
Ethics review of big data research: What should stay and what should be reformed?41
Preprints in times of COVID19: the time is ripe for agreeing on terminology and good practices32
Patients’ and professionals’ views related to ethical issues in precision medicine: a mixed research synthesis31
The patient and clinician experience of informed consent for surgery: a systematic review of the qualitative evidence30
Ethics parallel research: an approach for (early) ethical guidance of biomedical innovation29
Structural coercion in the context of community engagement in global health research conducted in a low resource setting in Africa28
A scoping review of the literature featuring research ethics and research integrity cases28
The social licence for data-intensive health research: towards co-creation, public value and trust27
Forgoing life-sustaining treatment – a comparative analysis of regulations in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and England26
Ethical decision-making climate, moral distress, and intention to leave among ICU professionals in a tertiary academic hospital center26
Public trust and global biobank networks25
Trust and digital privacy in healthcare: a cross-sectional descriptive study of trust and attitudes towards uses of electronic health data among the general public in Sweden24
Do solidarity and reciprocity obligations compel African researchers to feedback individual genetic results in genomics research?24
Researchers’ views on, and experiences with, the requirement to obtain informed consent in research involving human participants: a qualitative study23
In Defence of informed consent for health record research - why arguments from ‘easy rescue’, ‘no harm’ and ‘consent bias’ fail23
Patient distrust in pharmaceutical companies: an explanation for women under-representation in respiratory clinical trials?23
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