Mackenzie Graham
Mackenzie Graham
Research Fellow, Oxford University
Verified email at philosophy.ox.ac.uk
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Assessing decision-making capacity in the behaviorally nonresponsive patient with residual covert awareness
A Peterson, L Naci, C Weijer, D Cruse, D FernŠndez-Espejo, M Graham, ...
AJOB Neuroscience 4 (4), 3-14, 2013
572013
Ethics of neuroimaging after serious brain injury
C Weijer, A Peterson, F Webster, M Graham, D Cruse, ...
BMC medical ethics 15 (1), 41, 2014
302014
Acknowledging awareness: informing families of individual research results for patients in the vegetative state
M Graham, C Weijer, A Peterson, L Naci, D Cruse, D FernŠndez-Espejo, ...
Journal of medical ethics 41 (7), 534-538, 2015
252015
Covert narrative capacity: mental life in patients thought to lack consciousness
L Naci, M Graham, AM Owen, C Weijer
Annals of clinical and translational neurology 4 (1), 61-70, 2017
232017
An ethics of welfare for patients diagnosed as vegetative with covert awareness
M Graham, C Weijer, D Cruse, D Fernandez-Espejo, T Gofton, ...
AJOB Neuroscience 6 (2), 31-41, 2015
192015
Rethinking the ethical principles of genomic medicine services
SB Johnson, I Slade, A Giubilini, M Graham
European Journal of Human Genetics 28 (2), 147-154, 2020
62020
Minimizing the harm of accidental awareness under general anesthesia: new perspectives from patients misdiagnosed as being in a vegetative state
M Graham, AM Owen, K «ipi, C Weijer, L Naci
Anesthesia & Analgesia 126 (3), 1073-1076, 2018
62018
A fate worse than death? The well-being of patients diagnosed as vegetative with covert awareness
M Graham
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 20 (5), 1005-1020, 2017
62017
Towards the assessment of quality of life in patients with disorders of consciousness
J Tung, KN Speechley, T Gofton, LE Gonzalez-Lara, M Graham, L Naci, ...
Quality of Life Research, 1-11, 2019
32019
Informed consent for functional MRI research on comatose patients following severe brain injury: balancing the social benefits of research against patient autonomy
T Bruni, M Graham, L Norton, T Gofton, AM Owen, C Weijer
Journal of medical ethics 45 (5), 299-303, 2019
32019
Using neuroimaging to uncover awareness in brain-injured and anesthetized patients
AM Mackenzie Graham, C Weijer, L Naci
Frontiers In Bioscience 10, 337-349, 2018
32018
EQUIPOISE IN RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS
C Weijer, PB Miller, M Graham
The Routledge Companion to Bioethics, 200, 2014
32014
From Awareness to Prognosis: Ethical Implications of Uncovering Hidden Awareness in Behaviorally Nonresponsive Patients
M Graham, E Wallace, C Doherty, A McCann, L Naci
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 28 (4), 616-631, 2019
22019
Can they feel? The capacity for pain and pleasure in patients with cognitive motor dissociation
M Graham
Neuroethics 12 (2), 153-169, 2019
22019
Using neuroimaging to detect covert awareness and determine prognosis of comatose patients: Informing surrogate decision makers of individual patient results
M Graham, CP Doherty, L Naci
Seminars in neurology 38 (05), 555-560, 2018
22018
Using Neuroimaging to Detect Covert Awareness and Determine Prognosis of Comatose Patients: Informing Surrogate Decision Makers of Individual Patient Results.
M Graham, CP Doherty, L Naci
Seminars in Neurology 38 (5), 555-560, 2018
22018
Working for the weekend is not meaningful work
M Graham, C Weijer
The American Journal of Bioethics 19 (9), 48-50, 2019
12019
Undue confusion: The problem of inducements to participate in clinical research trials
M Graham
12010
Memory During the Presumed Vegetative State: Implications for Patient Quality of Life
N Taylor, M Graham, M Delargy, L Naci
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 29 (4), 501-510, 2020
2020
Precedent autonomy and surrogate decisionmaking after severe brain injury
M Graham
Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics 29 (4), 511-526, 2020
2020
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