Katrina Hutchison
Katrina Hutchison
Verified email at mq.edu.au
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Women in philosophy: what needs to change?
K Hutchison, F Jenkins
Oxford University Press, 2013
802013
Identifying surgical innovation: a qualitative study of surgeons' views
WA Rogers, M Lotz, K Hutchison, A Pourmoslemi, A Eyers
Annals of surgery 259 (2), 273-278, 2014
532014
Getting clearer about surgical innovation
K Hutchison, W Rogers, A Eyers, M Lotz
Annals of surgery 262 (6), 949-954, 2015
302015
Introduction: searching for Sofia: gender and philosophy in the 21st century
F Jenkins, K Hutchison
Women in Philosophy: What Needs to Change?, 1-20, 2013
22*2013
Challenging the epistemological foundations of EBM: what kind of knowledge does clinical practice require?
KJ Hutchison, WA Rogers
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 18 (5), 984-991, 2012
222012
Sages and cranks: the difficulty of identifying first-rate philosophers
K Hutchison
Women in Philosophy: What Needs to Change?, 103-126, 2013
172013
Strengthening the ethical assessment of placebo-controlled surgical trials: three proposals
W Rogers, K Hutchison, ZC Skea, MK Campbell
BMC medical ethics 15 (1), 1-10, 2014
142014
Ethical challenges of risk, informed consent, and posttrial responsibilities in human research with neural devices: A review
S Hendriks, C Grady, KM Ramos, W Chiong, JJ Fins, P Ford, S Goering, ...
JAMA neurology 76 (12), 1506-1514, 2019
112019
Addressing deficits and injustices: the potential epistemic contributions of patients to research
K Hutchison, W Rogers, VA Entwistle
Health Care Analysis 25 (4), 386-403, 2017
112017
Justice and surgical innovation: the case of robotic prostatectomy
K Hutchison, J Johnson, D Carter
Bioethics 30 (7), 536-546, 2016
102016
Ethical issues across the IDEAL stages of surgical innovation
WA Rogers, K Hutchison, A McNair
Annals of surgery 269 (2), 229-233, 2019
92019
Social dimensions of moral responsibility
K Hutchison, C Mackenzie, M Oshana
Oxford University Press, 2018
9*2018
Evidence-based medicine in theory and practice: Epistemological and normative issues
W Rogers, K Hutchison
Handbook of the Philosophy of Medicine, 851-872, 2017
92017
Four types of gender bias affecting women surgeons and their cumulative impact
K Hutchison
Journal of Medical Ethics 46 (4), 236-241, 2020
72020
Evidence for personalised medicine: mechanisms, correlation, and new kinds of black box
MJ Walker, J Bourke, K Hutchison
Theoretical medicine and bioethics 40 (2), 103-121, 2019
72019
Ethics and the cardiac pacemaker: more than just end-of-life issues
K Hutchison, R Sparrow
Ep Europace 20 (5), 739-746, 2018
72018
What pacemakers can teach us about the ethics of maintaining artificial organs
K Hutchison, R Sparrow
Hastings Center Report 46 (6), 14-24, 2016
62016
They Know How to Work It, That’s Their Focus in Life: The Complex Role of Industry Representatives in Surgical Innovation
J Johnson, K Hutchison
Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 13 (5), 461-474, 2018
52018
Sex and gender in health research: updating policy to reflect evidence
GSRC to Action
The Medical Journal of Australia 212 (2), 57, 2020
42020
Device representatives in hospitals: are commercial imperatives driving clinical decision-making?
Q Grundy, K Hutchison, J Johnson, B Blakely, R Clay-Wlliams, B Richards, ...
Journal of medical ethics 44 (9), 589-592, 2018
42018
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