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Exploring unnecessary invasive procedures in the United States: A retrospective mixed-methods analysis of cases from 2008-2016
James M. DuBois, John T. Chibnall, Emily E. Anderson, Heidi A. Walsh, Michelle Eggers, Kari Baldwin & Kelly K. Dineen, Exploring Unnecessary Invasive Procedures in the United States: A Retrospective Mixed-Methods Analysis of Cases from 2008-2016, PATIENT SAFETY SURGERY, Dec. 18, 2017, https://doi.org/10.1186/s13037-017-0144-y.
Background: Unnecessary invasive procedures risk harming patients physically, emotionally, and financially. Very little is known about the factors that provide the motive, means, and opportunity (MMO) for unnecessary procedures.
Professional decision-making in medicine: Development of a new measure and preliminary evidence of validity
Alison L. Antes, Kelly K. Dineen, Erin Bakanas, Tyler Zahrli, Jason D. Keune, Matthew J. Schuelke, & James M. DuBois, Professional Decision-Making in Medicine: Development of a New Measure and Preliminary Evidence of Validity, 15 PLOS ONE (Feb. 24, 2020), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0228450.
This study developed a new Professional Decision-Making in Medicine Measure that assesses the use of effective decision-making strategies: seek help, manage emotions, recognize consequences and rules, and test assumptions ...
Defining misprescribing to inform prescription opioid policy
Kelly K. Dineen, Defining Misprescribing to Inform Prescription Opioid Policy, Hastings Ctr. Rep., Jul./Aug. 2018, at 5.
Prescription opioid policies too often reflect over a century's worth of moralizing about the nature of opioid use disorder, the value of pain, and the meaning of suffering. The social and legal penalties to prescribers ...
Disability discrimination against people with substance use disorders by postacute care nursing facilities: It is time to stop tolerating civil rights violations
Kelly K. Dineen, Disability Discrimination Against People with Substance Use Disorders by Postacute Care Nursing Facilities: It is Time to Stop Tolerating Civil Rights Violations, 15 J. ADDICTION MED. 18 (2021).
People with substance use disorders (PWSUDs), including opioid use disorder (OUD), continue to face widespread discrimination, including in health care. As hospitals increasingly provide more appropriate and integrated ...
Get your advance directives in place now
Seema Mohapatra, Kelly Dineen, Elizabeth Pendo & Kathy Cerminara, Get Your Advance Directives in Place Now, INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS (June 8, 2020), https://www.insideindianabusiness.com/story/42222687/get-your-advance-directives-in-place-now.
COVID-19 is quickly becoming the leading cause of death in the United States. As of today, Indiana has over 37,000 cases of COVID-19 and over 2,100 deaths. That is why articulating your wishes regarding end-of-life health ...
Ending the war on people with substance disorders in health care
Kelly K. Dineen & Elizabeth Pendo, Ending the War on People with Substance Disorders in Health Care, AM. J. BIOETHICS, v. 21, no. 4 (2021), at 20.
Earp et al. (2021) provide a robust justification for the decriminalization of drugs based on the systemic racism that fuels the “war on drugs” and the ongoing harms of drug policies to individuals. The authors’ call for ...
Substance use disorder, discrimination, and the CARES Act: Using disability law to Inform part 2 rulemaking
Kelly K. Dineen & Elizabeth Pendo, Substance Use Disorder, Discrimination, and the CARES Act: Using Disability Law to Inform Part 2 Rulemaking, 52 ARIZ. STATE L.J. 1143 (2020).
The COVID-19 pandemic is having devastating consequences for people with substance use disorders (SUD). SUD is a chronic health condition—like people with other chronic health conditions, people with SUD experience periods ...
Moral disengagement of medical providers: Another clue to the continued neglect of treatable pain?
Kelly K. Dineen, Moral Disengagement of Medical Providers: Another Clue to the Continued Neglect of Treatable Pain?, 13 Houston J. Health L. & Pol'y 163 (2013).
The neglect of treatable pain is an ongoing reality for patients in all health care settings despite decades of research, education, institutional and organizational initiatives and regulatory reform. Most recently the ...
Legal authority to preserve organs in cases of uncontrolled cardiac death: Preserving family choice
Richard J. Bonnie, Stephanie Wright & Kelly K. Dineen, Legal Authority to Preserve Organs in Cases of Uncontrolled Cardiac Death: Preserving Family Choice, 36 J.L. Med. & Ethics 741 (2008).
Exploring integrity in medicine: The Bander Center for Medical Business Ethics casebook
Exploring Integrity in Medicine: The Bander Center for Medical Business Ethics Casebook (Rebecca L. Volpe, Erin Bakanas, Kelly Dineen & James DuBois eds., Rev. ed. 2016).
Nearly every dimension of medical practice and research includes a significant business component. Decisions about prescriptions, ordering tests, and providing clinical services, as well as dedicating effort to research ...