Subject Areas on Research
- 'Rationing' health care. Not all definitions are created equal.
- A UNOS perspective on donor liver allocation. United Network for Organ Sharing.
- A change of heart: Preliminary results of the US 2018 adult heart allocation revision.
- A value model for evaluating homeland security decisions.
- Agree on much, except it is time for change.
- Allocating HIV-prevention resources: balancing efficiency and equity.
- Allocation of resources to collaborators and free-riders in 3-year-olds.
- An ethical framework for global vaccine allocation.
- An examination of factors predicting prioritization for liver transplantation.
- At what cost? Stewardship of our most important resources
- Can rural health insurance improve equity in health care utilization? A comparison between China and Vietnam.
- Catheterization Laboratory Considerations During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic: From the ACC's Interventional Council and SCAI.
- Changes in United States heart allocation: A community energized to improve policy.
- Conducting economic evaluations alongside multinational clinical trials: toward a research consensus.
- Contractarianism and the "trolley" problem.
- Coping with critical drug shortages: an ethical approach for allocating scarce resources in hospitals.
- Cost-effectiveness analysis in a setting of budget constraints--is it equitable?
- Current opinions in organ allocation.
- Demographic and clinical variation in Veterans Health Administration provision of assistive technology devices to veterans poststroke.
- Designating places and populations as medically underserved: a proposal for a new approach.
- Determinants of states' allocations of the master settlement agreement payments.
- Distributing scarce livers: the moral reasoning of the general public.
- Do Differences in Programmatic Resource Investments Result in Different 3-Year Pass Rates on the U.S. National Physical Therapy Examination?
- Donation after circulatory determination of death in heart transplant: impact on current and future allocation policy.
- Dose response: intelligent rationing by physicians is the first step to a health-care system that society can afford.
- Effect of physician perspective on allocation of Medicare resources for patients with advanced cancer.
- Ensuring global access to COVID-19 vaccines.
- Equal Opportunity and Genetic Intervention
- Ethical aspects of banking placental blood for transplantation.
- Ethical considerations for allocation of scarce resources and alterations in surgical care during a pandemic.
- Ethical issues in umbilical cord blood banking. Working Group on Ethical Issues in Umbilical Cord Blood Banking.
- Ethics, law, and medicine: today's crossroads.
- Geographic favoritism in liver transplantation--unfortunate or unfair?
- Geographic favoritism in liver transplantation.
- Health values of the seriously ill. SUPPORT investigators.
- How 18- and 24-month-old peers divide resources among themselves.
- Impact of recipient body mass index on organ allocation and mortality in orthotopic heart transplantation.
- Impact of the model for end-stage liver disease allocation policy on the use of high-risk organs for liver transplantation.
- International justice and health: a proposal.
- Life-saving treatments and disabilities. Are all QALYs created equal?
- Life-sustaining therapy. A model for appropriate use.
- Lifetime Fitness in Wild Female Baboons: Trade-Offs and Individual Heterogeneity in Quality.
- Lockdown During COVID-19: The Greek Success.
- Lung transplantation at Duke University.
- Lying for patients: physician deception of third-party payers.
- Managed care: rationing without justice, but not unjustly.
- Medical care for the poor: finite resources, infinite need.
- Medical ethics in the primary care setting.
- NHAMCS Validation of Emergency Severity Index as an Indicator of Emergency Department Resource Utilization.
- Older age, aggressiveness of care, and survival for seriously ill, hospitalized adults. SUPPORT Investigators. Study to Understand Prognoses and Preferences for Outcomes and Risks of Treatments.
- One Size Does Not Fit All--Regional Variation in the Impact of the Share 35 Liver Allocation Policy.
- Organ procurement: expenditures and financial incentives.
- Outcomes and cost-effectiveness of initiating dialysis and continuing aggressive care in seriously ill hospitalized adults. SUPPORT Investigators. Study to Understand Prognoses and Preferences for Outcomes and Risks of Treatments.
- Perceived transparency and fairness of the organ allocation system and willingness to donate organs: a national study.
- Perspectives on donor lung allocation from both sides of the Atlantic: The United States.
- Physician allocation of Medicare resources for patients with advanced cancer.
- Physician and Patient and Caregiver Health Attitudes and Their Effect on Medicare Resource Allocation for Patients With Advanced Cancer.
- Physicians' duties in an era of cost containment: advocacy or betrayal?
- Placental-blood transplantation.
- Prescriptions for justice: using social accounts to legitimate the exercise of professional control.
- Private and public choices in end-of-life care.
- Privatization and just healthcare.
- Procedural justice in children: Preschoolers accept unequal resource distributions if the procedure provides equal opportunities.
- Public perceptions of the importance of prognosis in allocating transplantable livers to children.
- Public preferences for efficiency and racial equity in kidney transplant allocation decisions.
- Radiation injury after a nuclear detonation: medical consequences and the need for scarce resources allocation.
- Rationing by any other name.
- Rationing failure. The ethical lessons of the retransplantation of scarce vital organs.
- Recognizing bedside rationing: clear cases and tough calls.
- Relationship between provider volume and outcomes for orthotopic liver transplantation.
- Religious aspects of futile treatment.
- Report from a forum on US heart allocation policy.
- Responding to the immunoglobulin shortage: a case study.
- Response to the 'Consensus Statement of the Working Group on Roman Catholic Approaches to Determining Appropriate Critical Care'.
- Rule of rescue or the good of the many? An analysis of physicians' and nurses' preferences for allocating ICU beds.
- Seriously ill hospitalized adults: do we spend less on older patients? Support Investigators. Study to Understand Prognoses and Preference for Outcomes and Risks of Treatments.
- Sharing the wealth: the effect of siblings on adults' wealth ownership.
- Should doctors ever lie on behalf of patients?
- Social responsibility, personal responsibility, and prognosis in public judgments about transplant allocation.
- Special considerations in the management of adult patients with acute leukaemias and myeloid neoplasms in the COVID-19 era: recommendations from a panel of international experts.
- Spiritual values in the setting of health care priorities.
- The Right to a Decent Minimum of Health Care
- The Value of Information in Decision-Analytic Modeling for Malaria Vector Control in East Africa
- The allocation of cadaver kidneys for transplantation in the United States: consensus and controversy. ASN Transplant Advisory Group. American Society of Nephrology.
- The challenge of measuring community values in ways appropriate for setting health care priorities.
- The costs of denying scarcity.
- The efficacy and equity of retransplantation: an experimental survey of public attitudes.
- The future direction of the adult heart allocation system in the United States.
- The impact of bariatric surgery on the Veterans Administration healthcare system: a cost analysis.
- The initial experience and response of vascular surgeons in Michigan during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- The new OPTN kidney allocation policy: potential for inequitable access among highly sensitized patients.
- The new United States heart allocation policy: Progress through collaborative revision.
- The public's preference for bedside rationing.
- The relative effects of home care client characteristics on the resource allocation process: do personality and demeanor matter?
- The unbearable rightness of bedside rationing. Physician duties in a climate of cost containment.
- Threats to the individual.
- Toward a broader view of values in cost-effectiveness analysis of health.
- Variables of importance in the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients database predictive of heart transplant waitlist mortality.
- Withholding medical treatment from the severely demented patient. Decisional processes and cost implications.
- Worldwide Organization of Neurocritical Care: Results from the PRINCE Study Part 1.
- Young children, but not chimpanzees, are averse to disadvantageous and advantageous inequities.
Keywords of People
- Jones, L. Gregory, Ruth W. and A. Morris Williams, Jr. Distinguished Professor of the Practice Emeritus of Christian Ministry in the Divinity School, Divinity School
- Lee, Walter T, Professor of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences, Radiation Oncology
- Reed, Shelby Derene, Professor in Population Health Sciences, Duke Science & Society
- Sreenivasan, Gopal, Crown University Distinguished Professor in Ethics, Duke Science & Society