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James L. Bernat, M.D.
James L. Bernat, M.D.
Professor of Neurology, Active Emeritus - Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine
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Report of a national conference on donation after cardiac death
JL Bernat, AM D'Alessandro, FK Port, TP Bleck, SO Heard, J Medina, ...
American Journal of Transplantation 6 (2), 281-291, 2006
6122006
On the definition and criterion of death
JL Bernat, CM Culver, B Gert
Annals of Internal Medicine 94, 389-394, 1981
5851981
Determination of brain death/death by neurologic criteria: the world brain death project
DM Greer, SD Shemie, A Lewis, S Torrance, P Varelas, FD Goldenberg, ...
Jama 324 (11), 1078-1097, 2020
4742020
Chronic disorders of consciousness
JL Bernat
The Lancet 367 (9517), 1181-1192, 2006
4282006
Ethical issues in neurology
JL Bernat
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008
3262008
The circulatory–respiratory determination of death in organ donation
JL Bernat, AM Capron, TP Bleck, S Blosser, SL Bratton, JF Childress, ...
Critical care medicine 38 (3), 963-970, 2010
3212010
International guideline development for the determination of death
SD Shemie, L Hornby, A Baker, J Teitelbaum, S Torrance, K Young, ...
Intensive care medicine 40, 788-797, 2014
3082014
A defense of the whole‐brain concept of death
JL Bernat
Hastings Center Report 28 (2), 14-23, 1998
3041998
Patient-centered informed consent in surgical practice
JL Bernat, LM Peterson
Archives of Surgery 141 (1), 86-92, 2006
1932006
Patient refusal of hydration and nutrition: an alternative to physician-assisted suicide or voluntary active euthanasia
JL Bernat, B Gert, RP Mogielnicki
Archives of Internal Medicine 153 (24), 2723-2731, 1993
1911993
The ethics of experimenting with human brain tissue
NA Farahany, HT Greely, S Hyman, C Koch, C Grady, SP Pașca, ...
Nature 556 (7702), 429-432, 2018
1902018
How much of the brain must die in brain death?
JL Bernat
The Journal of clinical ethics 3 (1), 21-26, 1992
1721992
How the distinction between “irreversible” and “permanent” illuminates circulatory–respiratory death determination
JL Bernat
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 35 (3), 242-255, 2010
1672010
The whole-brain concept of death remains optimum public policy
JL Bernat
Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 34 (1), 35-43, 2006
1662006
End-of-life care: a survey of US neurologists’ attitudes, behavior, and knowledge
AC Carver, BG Vickrey, JL Bernat, C Keran, SP Ringel, KM Foley
Neurology 53 (2), 284-284, 1999
1661999
The boundaries of organ donation after circulatory death
JL Bernat
New England Journal of Medicine 359, 669-671, 2008
1562008
Financial incentives for cadaver organ donation: an ethical reappraisal1
R Arnold, S Bartlett, J Bernat, J Colonna, D Dafoe, N Dubler, S Gruber, ...
Transplantation 73 (8), 1361-1367, 2002
1312002
Disorders of consciousness: responding to requests for novel diagnostic and therapeutic interventions
RJ Jox, JL Bernat, S Laureys, E Racine
The Lancet Neurology 11 (8), 732-738, 2012
1292012
Medical futility: definition, determination, and disputes in critical care
JL Bernat
Neurocritical Care 2, 198-205, 2005
1292005
Physician burnout: a neurologic crisis
B Sigsbee, JL Bernat
Neurology 83 (24), 2302-2306, 2014
1232014
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