de Laat, S., Wahoush, O., Jaber, R. et al. (2021) A case analysis of partnered research on palliative care for refugees in Jordan and Rwanda. Confl Health 15, 2. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13031-020-00333-6
Hunt, M., Eckenwiler, L., Hyppolite, SR. et al. Closing well: national and international humanitarian workers’ perspectives on the ethics of closing humanitarian health projects. Int J Humanitarian Action 5, 16 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s41018-020-00082-4
Hunt, M., Nouvet, E., Chénier, A. et al. Addressing obstacles to the inclusion of palliative care in humanitarian health projects: a qualitative study of humanitarian health professionals’ and policy makers’ perceptions. Confl Health 14, 70 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13031-020-00314-9
Gailits N, Nouvet E, Pringle J, Hunt M, Lu D, Bernard C, Elit L, Schwartz L. (2019) Blurring Lines: Complexities of Ethical Challenges in the Conduct of West African Ebola Research, A Review of the Literature. Hamilton, ON: Humanitarian Healthcare Ethics Research Group (HHERG).
Pal, Nicole E., Lisa Eckenwiler, Shelley-Rose Hyppolite, John Pringle, Ryoa Chung, and Matthew Hunt. “Ethical considerations for closing humanitarian projects: a scoping review.” Journal of International Humanitarian Action 4, no. 1 (2019): 17.
Hunt M, Chénier A, Bezanson K, Nouvet E, Bernard C, de Laat S, Krishnaraj G, L Schwartz L. Moral experiences of humanitarian health professionals caring for patients who are dying or likely to die in a humanitarian crisis. Journal of International Humanitarian Action. 2018. 3: 12.
Nouvet, E., Mollie Sivaram, Kevin Bezanson, Gautham Krishnaraj, Matthew Hunt, Sonya de Laat, Stephanie Sanger, Laura Banfield, Pedro Favila Escobio Rodriguez, Lisa J Schwartz, (2018). “Palliative care in humanitarian crises: a review of the literature” Journal of International Humanitarian Action. December 3:5. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186%2Fs41018-018-0033-8
Lisa Schwartz, Matthew Hunt, Elysée Nouvet and Ani Chenier. “Aid when there is ‘nothing left to offer.'” European Association for Palliative Care — onlus. 24 May 2017.
Richard A Powell, Lisa Schwartz, Elysée Nouvet, Brett Sutton, Mila Petrova, Joan Marston, Daniel Munday, Lukas Radbruch. 2017. “Palliative care in humanitarian crises: always something to offer.” The Lancet. Vol 389 April 15: 1498-1499. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(17)30978-9
Barry, Ibrahima (January 30, 2017) Ebola: The Cruel Loss of a Father. Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Net, https://humanitarianhealthethics.net/2017/01/30/ebola-the-cruel-loss-of-a-father/.
Lisa Schwartz, Matthew Hunt, Elysée Nouvet and Ani Ché “Aid when there is ‘nothing left to offer.’” European Association for Palliative Care— onlus. 24 May 2017.
Nouvet, E. “Out of the shadows: palliative care in humanitarian healthcare.” ELRHA blog. http://www.elrha.org/r2hc-blog/shadows-palliative-care-humanitarian-healthcare/
de Laat, S. “Of textbooks and well buried bones”. Reflections. Summer 2017, 5(1). https://humanitarianhealthethics.net/2017/04/18/of-textbooks-and-well-buried-bones-sonya-de-laat/
Hunt, M. Bernard, C. Bezanson, K. (2017). “Making Space for Palliative Care in Humanitarian Action: Reflections on Obstacles to the Integration of Palliative Care Approaches in Humanitarian Healthcare”, http://www.elrha.org/r2hc-blog/making-space-palliative-care-humanitarian-action-reflections-obstacles-integration-palliative-care-approaches-humanitarian-healthcare/
Nouvet, Elysée, Lisa Schwartz, Ani Chenier, Nicola Gailits, John Pringle, Matthew Hunt, Carrie Bernard, Oumou Bah-Sow (August 2017)Listening to Those Who Lived Through the Ebola Trials First-Hand.http://www.elrha.org/r2hc-blog/listening-lived-ebola-trials-first/
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