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Profile: Ricardo Pietrobon (Duke University)
  1. Alexander T. Limkakeng, Lucas Lentini Herling de Oliveira, Tais Moreira, Amruta Phadtare, Clarissa Garcia Rodrigues, Michael B. Hocker, Ross McKinney, Corrine I. Voils & Ricardo Pietrobon (forthcoming). Systematic Review and Metasummary of Attitudes Toward Research in Emergency Medical Conditions. Journal of Medical Ethics:2012-101147.
    Emergency departments are challenging research settings, where truly informed consent can be difficult to obtain. A deeper understanding of emergency medical patients’ opinions about research is needed. We conducted a systematic review and meta-summary of quantitative and qualitative studies on which values, attitudes, or beliefs of emergent medical research participants influence research participation. We included studies of adults that investigated opinions toward emergency medicine research participation. We excluded studies focused on the association between demographics or consent document features and participation (...)
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  2. Renan Springer De Freitas & Ricardo Pietrobon (2007). Whoever Could Get Rid of the Context of Discovery/Context of Justification Dichotomy? A Proposal Based on Recent Developments in Clinical Research. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 32 (1):25 – 42.
    In his Art and Illusion, art historian Ernst Gombrich argues that the emergence and development of styles of pictorial representation depend on the availability of certain schemata, which can be documented. He himself documents the schemata responsible for the emergence and development of several styles. Nothing of this kind has been done as far as the growth of scientific knowledge is concerned. In this article we discuss whether is it possible to document something analogous to Gombrich's schemata that can be (...)
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  3. Renan Springer de Freitas & Ricardo Pietrobon (2007). Whoever Could Get Rid of the Context of Discovery/Context of Justification Dichotomy? A Proposal Based on Recent Developments in Clinical Research. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 32 (1):25-42.
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