Matthew Hunt
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Strengths and challenges in the use of interpretive description: reflections arising from a study of the moral experience of health professionals in humanitarian work
MR Hunt
Qualitative health research 19 (9), 1284-1292, 2009
Relational autonomy as an essential component of patient-centered care
C Ells, MR Hunt, J Chambers-Evans
IJFAB: International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 4 (2), 79-101, 2011
Authorship ethics in global health research partnerships between researchers from low or middle income countries and high income countries
E Smith, M Hunt, Z Master
BMC Medical ethics 15 (1), 1-8, 2014
Ethical issues encountered by medical students during international health electives
L Elit, M Hunt, L Redwood‐Campbell, J Ranford, N Adelson, L Schwartz
Medical education 45 (7), 704-711, 2011
Moral experience: a framework for bioethics research
MR Hunt, FA Carnevale
Journal of medical ethics 37 (11), 658-662, 2011
Ethics beyond borders: how health professionals experience ethics in humanitarian assistance and development work
MR Hunt
Developing World Bioethics 8 (2), 59-69, 2008
A patient-centered care ethics analysis model for rehabilitation
MR Hunt, C Ells
American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 92 (9), 818-827, 2013
Ethics in humanitarian aid work: learning from the narratives of humanitarian health workers
L Schwartz, C Sinding, M Hunt, L Elit, L Redwood-Campbell, N Adelson, ...
AJOB Primary Research 1 (3), 45-54, 2010
Transitioning from clinical to qualitative research interviewing
MR Hunt, LS Chan, A Mehta
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 10 (3), 191-201, 2011
Palliative care in humanitarian crises: a review of the literature
E Nouvet, M Sivaram, K Bezanson, G Krishnaraj, M Hunt, S de Laat, ...
Journal of International Humanitarian Action 3, 1-14, 2018
Moral experience of Canadian healthcare professionals in humanitarian work
MR Hunt, B O'Brien
Prehospital and disaster medicine 24 (6), 518, 2009
What place for ethics? An overview of ethics teaching in occupational therapy and physiotherapy programs in Canada
A Hudon, M Laliberte, M Hunt, V Sonier, B Williams-Jones, B Mazer, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 36 (9), 775-780, 2014
NGO–researcher partnerships in global health research: benefits, challenges, and approaches that promote success
C Olivier, MR Hunt, V Ridde
Development in Practice 26 (4), 444-455, 2016
Establishing moral bearings: ethics and expatriate health care professionals in humanitarian work
MR Hunt
Disasters 35 (3), 606-622, 2011
The contribution of conceptual frameworks to knowledge translation interventions in physical therapy
A Hudon, MJ Gervais, M Hunt
Physical therapy 95 (4), 630-639, 2015
“Active Waiting”: habits and the practice of conducting qualitative research
MR Hunt
International journal of qualitative methods 9 (1), 69-76, 2010
What does it mean to be made vulnerable in the era of COVID-19?
A Ahmad, R Chung, L Eckenwiler, A Ganguli-Mitra, M Hunt, R Richards, ...
The Lancet 395 (10235), 1481-1482, 2020
The ethics of engaged presence: a framework for health professionals in humanitarian assistance and development work
MR Hunt, L Schwartz, C Sinding, L Elit
Developing World Bioethics 14 (1), 47-55, 2014
Promoting shared decision-making in rehabilitation: development of a framework for situations when patients with dysphagia refuse diet modification recommended by the treating team
F Kaizer, AM Spiridigliozzi, MR Hunt
Dysphagia 27, 81-87, 2012
Partners towards autonomy: risky choices and relational autonomy in rehabilitation care
MR Hunt, C Ells
Disability and Rehabilitation 33 (11), 961-967, 2011
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