Kaja HeidenreichPosition: Doctoral Student School/office: School of Medical Sciences
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Articles in journals
- Heidenreich, K. , Svantesson, M. , Karlsson, M. & Bremer, A. (2023). Exploring what is reasonable: uncovering moral reasoning of vascular surgeons in daily practice. BMC Medical Ethics, 24 (1).
- Svantesson, M. , Durnell, L. & Heidenreich, K. (2023). What are surgeons' feelings of moral (di)stress?. Annals of palliative medicine, 12 (5), 868-871.
- Appelros, P. , Svensson, E. , Heidenreich, K. & Svantesson, M. (2021). Ethical issues in stroke thrombolysis revisited. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica, 144 (6), 611-615.
- Heidenreich, K. , Slowther, A. , Griffiths, F. , Bremer, A. & Svantesson, M. (2021). UK consultants' experiences of the decision-making process around referral to intensive care: an interview study. BMJ Open, 11 (3).
- Heidenreich, K. , Bremer, A. , Materstvedt, L. J. , Tidefelt, U. & Svantesson, M. (2018). Relational autonomy in the care of the vulnerable: health care professionals' reasoning in Moral Case Deliberation (MCD). Medicine, Health care and Philosophy, 21 (4), 467-477.
- Heidenreich, K. , Slowther, A. , Bremer, A. , Griffiths, F. & Svantesson-Sandberg, M. (2019). The complex decision-making process of referring patients to intensive care: meanings of senior doctor’s experiences. Paper presented at EACME Annual Conference: Rethinking Ethics in 21st Century Europe, Oxford, United Kingdom, September 12-14, 2019.
- Svantesson Sandberg, M. & Heidenreich, K. (2018). Do analysis methods need to be altered when using software program?. Paper presented at The third Nordic Conference in Nursing Research – Methods and Networks for the future, Oslo, Norway, June 13-15, 2018.