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Stuart Finder, PhD

Associate Professor, Surgery

Associate Professor, Biomedical Sciences

Director, Center for Healthcare Ethics

Stuart Finder, PhD

Associate Professor, Surgery

Associate Professor, Biomedical Sciences

Director, Center for Healthcare Ethics

The moral dynamics of clinical context, ethical considerations associated with clinical ethics consultation practice, ethical dimensions of "doing" biomedical research (both lab- and clinic-based), the interplay of moral experience and responsibility within the context of clinical judgment.

  • Member, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, 1998
  • Member, Society for Health and Human Values, 1990-97
  • Member, Society for Bioethics Consultation, 1993-97
  • Member, Canadian Bioethics Society, 1996
  • Member, American Philosophical Association, 1987
  • Finder SG, Bliton MJ. Responsibility after the apparent end: 'following-up' in clinical ethics consultation. Bioethics. 2011 Sep;25(7):413-424.
  • Finder SG. Even stranger still: moral experience as a significant focus for research ethics consultation. Am J Bioeth. 2008 Mar;8(3):22-3; discussion W4-6.
  • Finder SG. Is consent necessary for ethics consultation? Camb Q Healthc Ethics. 2009 Fall;18(4):384-396.
  • Gill CE, Allen LA, Konrad PE, Davis TL, Bliton MJ, Finder SG, Tramontana MG, Kao CC, Remple MS, Bradenham CH, Charles PD. Deep brain stimulation for early-stage Parkinson's disease: an illustrative case. Neuromodulation. 2011 Nov-Dec;14(6):515-21; discussion 521-2.
  • Salomon RM, Blackford JU, Rosenbloom ST, Seidel S, Clayton EW, Dilts DM, Finder SG. Openness of patients' reporting with use of electronic records: psychiatric clinicians' views. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2010 Jan-Feb;17(1):54-60.
  • Schwarz ER, Philip KJ, Simsir SA, Czer L, Trento A, Finder SG, Cleenewerck LA. Maximal care considerations when treating patients with end-stage heart failure: ethical and procedural quandaries in management of the very sick. J Relig Health. 2011 Dec;50(4):872-879.

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