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    Defining Ethical Challenge(s) in Healthcare Research: A Rapid Review.Richard Huxtable, Lucy Ellen Selman, Mariana Dittborn & Guy Schofield - 2021 - BMC Medical Ethics 22 (1):1-17.
    BackgroundDespite its ubiquity in academic research, the phrase ‘ethical challenge’ appears to lack an agreed definition. A lack of a definition risks introducing confusion or avoidable bias. Conceptual clarity is a key component of research, both theoretical and empirical. Using a rapid review methodology, we sought to review definitions of ‘ethical challenge’ and closely related terms as used in current healthcare research literature.MethodsRapid review to identify peer-reviewed reports examining ‘ethical challenge’ in any context, extracting data on definitions of ‘ethical challenge’ (...)
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    Ethical Challenges Experienced by Healthcare Workers Delivering Clinical Care During Health Emergencies and Disasters: A Rapid Review of Qualitative Studies and Thematic Synthesis.Mariana Dittborn, Constanza Micolich, Daniela Rojas & Sofía P. Salas - forthcoming - AJOB Empirical Bioethics:1-17.
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    North Thames Multi-Centre Service Evaluation: Ethical Considerations During COVID-19.Namithaa Sunil Kumar, Pippa Sipanoun, Mariana Dittborn, Mary Doyle & Sarah Aylett - forthcoming - Clinical Ethics:147775092110635.
    Objectives During the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare resources including staff were diverted from paediatric services to support COVID-positive adult patients. Hospital visiting restrictions and reductions in face-to-face paediatric care were also enforced. We investigated the impact of service changes during the first wave of the pandemic on children and young people, to inform recommendations for maintaining their care during future pandemics. Design A multi-centre service evaluation was performed through a survey of consultant paediatricians working within the North Thames Paediatric Network, a (...)
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