Douglas  S. Diekema
Douglas S. Diekema
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Parental refusals of medical treatment: the harm principle as threshold for state intervention
D Diekema
Theoretical medicine and bioethics 25, 243-264, 2004
Ethics of social media research: Common concerns and practical considerations
MA Moreno, N Goniu, PS Moreno, D Diekema
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 16 (9), 708-713, 2013
Responding to parental refusals of immunization of children
DS Diekema, Committee on Bioethics
Pediatrics 115 (5), 1428-1431, 2005
Part 3: ethics: 2010 American Heart Association guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care
LJ Morrison, G Kierzek, DS Diekema, MR Sayre, SM Silvers, AH Idris, ...
Circulation 122 (18_suppl_3), S665-S675, 2010
Pediatric basic and advanced life support: 2010 international consensus on cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care science with treatment recommendations
ME Kleinman, AR de Caen, L Chameides, DL Atkins, RA Berg, MD Berg, ...
Pediatrics 126 (5), e1261-e1318, 2010
Bibliography and Resources
JM Field, MF Hazinski
Circulation 122, S640-S656, 2010
Attenuating growth in children with profound developmental disability: A new approach to an old dilemma
DF Gunther, DS Diekema
Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 160 (10), 1013-1017, 2006
Forgoing medically provided nutrition and hydration in children
DS Diekema, JR Botkin, Committee on Bioethics
Pediatrics 124 (2), 813-822, 2009
Part 3: ethical issues: 2015 American Heart Association guidelines update for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiovascular care
ME Mancini, DS Diekema, TA Hoadley, KD Kadlec, MH Leveille, ...
Circulation 132 (18_suppl_2), S383-S396, 2015
Ventilator triage policies during the COVID-19 pandemic at US hospitals associated with members of the association of bioethics program directors
AHM Antommaria, TS Gibb, AL McGuire, PR Wolpe, MK Wynia, ...
Annals of Internal Medicine 173 (3), 188-194, 2020
Social marketing as a strategy to increase immunization rates
DJ Opel, DS Diekema, NR Lee, EK Marcuse
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine 163 (5), 432-437, 2009
Epilepsy as a risk factor for submersion injury in children
DS Diekema, L Quan, VL Holt
Pediatrics 91 (3), 612-616, 1993
Impact of income and income inequality on infant health outcomes in the United States
ME Olson, D Diekema, BA Elliott, CM Renier
Pediatrics 126 (6), 1165-1173, 2010
Improving childhood vaccination rates
DS Diekema
New England Journal of Medicine 366 (5), 391-393, 2012
Conducting ethical research in pediatrics: a brief historical overview and review of pediatric regulations
DS Diekema
The Journal of pediatrics 149 (1), S3-S11, 2006
Should we mandate a COVID-19 vaccine for children?
DJ Opel, DS Diekema, LF Ross
JAMA pediatrics 175 (2), 125-126, 2021
Finding effective strategies for teaching ethics: a comparison trial of two interventions
S Smith, K Fryer-Edwards, DS Diekema, CH Braddock III
Academic Medicine 79 (3), 265-271, 2004
Attitudes toward risk and informed consent for research on medical practices: a cross-sectional survey
MK Cho, D Magnus, M Constantine, SSJ Lee, M Kelley, S Alessi, ...
Annals of internal medicine 162 (10), 690-696, 2015
Revisiting the best interest standard: uses and misuses
DS Diekema
The Journal of clinical ethics 22 (2), 128-133, 2011
Involuntary sterilization of persons with mental retardation: an ethical analysis
DS Diekema
Mental retardation and developmental disabilities research reviews 9 (1), 21-26, 2003
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