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    Dimensions of responsibility in medical genetics: exploring the complexity of the “duty to recontact”.Shane Doheny, Angus Clarke, Daniele Carrieri, Sandi Dheensa, Naomi Hawkins, Anneke Lucassen, Peter Turnpenny & Susan Kelly - 2018 - New Genetics and Society 37 (3):187-206.
    Discussion of a “duty to recontact” emerged as technological advances left professionals considering getting back in touch with patients they had seen in the past. While there has been much discussion of the duty to recontact as a matter of theory and ethics, there has been rather little empirically based analysis of what this “duty” consists of. Drawing on interviews with 34 professionals working in, or closely with, genetics services, this paper explores what the “duty to recontact” means for healthcare (...)
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    Seeing beyond COVID-19: understanding the impact of the pandemic on oncology, and the importance of preparedness.Daniele Carrieri & Fedro Alessandro Peccatori - 2020 - History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 42 (4):1-5.
    The impact of this pandemic is not only through COVID-19 itself: the care for non-COVID-19 related conditions has been dramatically curtailed, shaking entire healthcare services around the world. Amongst the non-COVID-19 related conditions, oncology has been disproportionally affected. We discuss how oncology has changed since the acute phase of the pandemic; its impact on clinicians, trainees, and patients; and offer some medical and historical perspectives to reflect on how this impact could be reduced.
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