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    Cross-cultural validation of the moral sensitivity questionnaire-revised Chinese version.Fei Fei Huang, Qing Yang, Jie Zhang, Qing Hua Zhang, Kaveh Khoshnood & Jing Ping Zhang - 2016 - Nursing Ethics 23 (7):784-793.
    Background:Ethical issues pose challenges for nurses who are increasingly caring for patients in complicated situations. Ethical sensitivity is a prerequisite for nurses to make decisions in the best interest of their patients in daily practice. Currently, there is no tool for assessing ethical sensitivity in Chinese language, and no empirical studies of ethical sensitivity among Chinese nurses.Research objectives:The study was conducted to translate the Moral Sensitivity Questionnaire–Revised Version (MSQ-R) into Chinese and establish the psychometric properties of the Moral Sensitivity Questionnaire–Revised (...)
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    Performance of IRBs in China: a survey on IRB employees and researchers’ experiences and perceptions.Xing Liu, Ying Wu, Min Yang, Yang Li, Kaveh Khoshnood, Esther Luo, Lun Li & Xiaomin Wang - 2022 - BMC Medical Ethics 23 (1):1-13.
    Background Performance evaluation is vital for IRB operations. As the number of IRBs and their responsibilities in reviewing and supervising clinical research grow in China, there is a significant need to evaluate their performances. To date, little research has examined IRB performance within China. The aim of this study was to ascertain the perspectives and experiences of IRB employees and researchers to understand the current status of IRBs; compare collected results with those of other countries; and identify shortcomings to improve (...)
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    Cross-cultural validation of the IRB Researcher Assessment Tool: Chinese Version.Xiaomin Wang, Linda Coleman, Kaveh Khoshnood, Jessica Hahne, Yang Li, Min Yang, Ying Wu & Xing Liu - 2021 - BMC Medical Ethics 22 (1):1-9.
    BackgroundUsing an effective method for evaluating Institutional Review Board (IRB) performance is essential for ensuring an IRB’s effectiveness, efficiency, and compliance with applicable human research standards and organizational policies. Currently, no empirical research has yet been published in China evaluating IRB performance measures by the use of a standardized tool. This study was therefore conducted to develop a Chinese version of the IRB Researcher Assessment Tool (IRB-RAT), assess the psychometric properties of the Chinese version (IRB-RAT-CV), and validate the tool for (...)
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    Acceptance in Theory but not Practice – Chinese Medical Providers’ Perception of Brain Death.Qing Yang, Yi Fan, Qian Cheng, Xin Li, Kaveh Khoshnood & Geoffrey Miller - 2015 - Neuroethics 8 (3):299-313.
    BackgroundThe brain death standard allowing a declaration of death based on neurological criteria is legally endorsed and routinely practiced in the West but not in Asia. In China, attempts to legalize the brain death standard have occurred several times without success. Cultural, religious, and philosophical factors have been proposed to explain this difference, but there is a lack of empirical studies to support this hypothesis.Methods476 medical providers from three academic hospitals in Hunan, China, completed a selfadministered survey including a 12-question (...)
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    The Need to Track Payment Incentives to Participate in HIV Research.Brandon Brown, Jerome T. Galea, Karine Dubé, Peter Davidson, Kaveh Khoshnood, Lisa Holtzman, Logan Marg & Jeff Taylor - 2018 - IRB: Ethics & Human Research 40 (4):8-12.
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    A survey of ethical sensitivity among nursing students and its influencing factors.Juan Hu, Xi Chen, Kaveh Khoshnood, Esther Luo, Taeko Muramatsu & Min Yang - forthcoming - Nursing Ethics.
    Background Nurses frequently experience ethical issues in their area of practice. In the challenging reality of today’s healthcare environment, nursing students need to be prepared to deal with ethical issues in their future roles. Nevertheless, Chinese nursing students’ ethical sensitivity status and the factors influencing it have not been described. Objective This study aims to explore the level of ethical sensitivity and its influencing factors among Chinese nursing students. Research design This was a cross-sectional study. We firstly cross-culturally adapted the (...)
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    Prevention of Firearm Injury through Policy and Law: The Social Ecological Model.Allison Durkin, Christopher Schenck, Yamini Narayan, Kate Nyhan, Kaveh Khoshnood & Sten H. Vermund - 2020 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 48 (S4):191-197.
    Rates of firearm injury and mortality are far higher in the United States compared to other high-income nations. Patterns of firearm injury have complex causal pathways; different social contexts may be differentially affected by firearm legislation. In the context of the diversity of social, political, and legal approaches at the state level, we suggest the application of the social ecological model as a conceptual public health framework to guide future policy interventions in the U.S.
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    Nurse researchers’ perspectives on research ethics in China.Can Gu, Man Ye, Xiaomin Wang, Min Yang, Honghong Wang & Kaveh Khoshnood - 2017 - Nursing Ethics:096973301772084.
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    Chinese physicians’ perceptions of palliative care integration for advanced cancer patients: a qualitative analysis at a tertiary hospital in Changsha, China.Xin Li, Kaveh Khoshnood, Xing Liu, Xin Chen, Yuqiong Zhong, Rui Liu, Xiaomin Wang & Jessica Hahne - 2022 - BMC Medical Ethics 23 (1):1-9.
    BackgroundLittle previous research has been conducted outside of major cities in China to examine how physicians currently perceive palliative care, and to identify specific goals for training as palliative care access expands. This study explored physicians’ perceptions of palliative care integration for advanced cancer patients in Changsha, China.MethodsWe conducted semi-structured qualitative interviews with physicians (n = 24) specializing in hematology or oncology at a tertiary hospital.ResultsMost physicians viewed palliative care as equivalent to end-of-life care, while a minority considered it possible (...)
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