Jeremy Snyder
Jeremy Snyder
Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University
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What is known about the patient's experience of medical tourism? A scoping review
VA Crooks, P Kingsbury, J Snyder, R Johnston
BMC Health Services Research 10 (1), 266, 2010
What is known about the effects of medical tourism in destination and departure countries? A scoping review
R Johnston, VA Crooks, J Snyder, P Kingsbury
International Journal for Equity in Health 9 (1), 24, 2010
Promoting medical tourism to India: Messages, images, and the marketing of international patient travel
VA Crooks, L Turner, J Snyder, R Johnston, P Kingsbury
Social Science & Medicine 72 (5), 726-732, 2011
Risk communication and informed consent in the medical tourism industry: a thematic content analysis of Canadian broker websites
K Penney, J Snyder, VA Crooks, R Johnston
BMC medical ethics 12 (1), 17, 2011
Fly-by medical care: conceptualizing the global and local social responsibilities of medical tourists and physician voluntourists
J Snyder, S Dharamsi, VA Crooks
Globalization and health 7 (1), 6, 2011
“I didn’t even know what I was looking for”: A qualitative study of the decision-making processes of Canadian medical tourists
R Johnston, VA Crooks, J Snyder
Globalization and health 8 (1), 23, 2012
The ‘patient's physician one-step removed’: the evolving roles of medical tourism facilitators
J Snyder, VA Crooks, K Adams, P Kingsbury, R Johnston
Journal of Medical ethics 37 (9), 530-534, 2011
Exploitation and sweatshop labor: Perspectives and issues
J Snyder
Business Ethics Quarterly 20 (2), 187-213, 2010
Ethical and legal implications of the risks of medical tourism for patients: a qualitative study of Canadian health and safety representatives’ perspectives
VA Crooks, L Turner, IG Cohen, J Bristeir, J Snyder, V Casey, R Whitmore
BMJ open 3 (2), e002302, 2013
Needs exploitation
JC Snyder
Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 11 (4), 389-405, 2008
An industry perspective on Canadian patients' involvement in medical tourism: implications for public health
R Johnston, VA Crooks, K Adams, J Snyder, P Kingsbury
BMC public health 11 (1), 416, 2011
Perceptions of the ethics of medical tourism: comparing patient and academic perspectives
J Snyder, VA Crooks, R Johnston
Public Health Ethics 5 (1), 38-46, 2011
What do we know about Canadian involvement in medical tourism? A scoping review
J Snyder, VA Crooks, R Johnston, P Kingsbury
Open Medicine 5 (3), e139, 2011
Knowledge brokers, companions, and navigators: a qualitative examination of informal caregivers’ roles in medical tourism
V Casey, VA Crooks, J Snyder, L Turner
International journal for equity in health 12 (1), 94, 2013
Beyond sun, sand, and stitches: assigning responsibility for the harms of medical tourism
J Snyder, V Crooks, R Johnston, P Kingsbury
Bioethics 27 (5), 233-242, 2013
Is health worker migration a case of poaching?
J Snyder
The American Journal of Bioethics 9 (3), 3-7, 2009
Fund my treatment!: a call for ethics-focused social science research into the use of crowdfunding for medical care
J Snyder, A Mathers, VA Crooks
Social Science & Medicine 169, 27-30, 2016
Medical tourism and bariatric surgery: more moral challenges
J Snyder, VA Crooks
The American Journal of Bioethics 10 (12), 28-30, 2010
Promoting social responsibility amongst health care users: medical tourists’ perspectives on an information sheet regarding ethical concerns in medical tourism
K Adams, J Snyder, VA Crooks, R Johnston
Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 8 (1), 19, 2013
Use of medical tourism for hip and knee surgery in osteoarthritis: a qualitative examination of distinctive attitudinal characteristics among Canadian patients
VA Crooks, K Cameron, V Chouinard, R Johnston, J Snyder, V Casey
BMC health services research 12 (1), 417, 2012
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