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Moral injury in healthcare professionals: A scoping review and discussion (2021)
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Čartolovni, A., Stolt, M., Scott, P. A., & Suhonen, R. (in press). Moral injury in healthcare professionals: A scoping review and discussion. Nursing Ethics, https://doi.org/10.1177/0969733020966776

Moral injury emerged in the healthcare discussion quite recently because of the difficulties and challenges healthcare workers and healthcare systems face in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Moral injury involves a deep emotional wound and is un... Read More about Moral injury in healthcare professionals: A scoping review and discussion.

Opća informiranost i stavovi medicinskih sestara o metodama prenatalne genetičke dijagnostike (2020)
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Stanojević, S., & Čartolovni, A. (2020). Opća informiranost i stavovi medicinskih sestara o metodama prenatalne genetičke dijagnostike. Sestrinski glasnik = Nursing journal, 25(2), 129-132. https://doi.org/10.11608/sgnj.25.2.6

Introduction: Prenatal genetic diagnostics involves diagnostic procedures that examine diseases or pathological conditions in the fetus. We can divide it into two types of methods: invasive and non-invasive. Given that invasive methods can significan... Read More about Opća informiranost i stavovi medicinskih sestara o metodama prenatalne genetičke dijagnostike.

Joseph Franz Domin (1754-1819) and His Contribution to Electrotherapy (2020)
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Habek, D., Čerkez Habek, J., & Čartolovni, A. (2020). Joseph Franz Domin (1754-1819) and His Contribution to Electrotherapy. 00 Journal not listed, 32(sup.4), S432-S435

Joseph Franz Domin (1754-1819) as the croatian theologian and philosopher is primary animist (vitalist), and in practice he has worked as physicist - mechanist, although the humoral theory at that time will be a foundation of medical philosophy more... Read More about Joseph Franz Domin (1754-1819) and His Contribution to Electrotherapy.

The challenges in human life extension between enhancement and agony (2020)
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Singbo, O. G., Gložinić, T., & Čartolovni, A. (2020). The challenges in human life extension between enhancement and agony. Diacovensia, 28(3), 341-360. https://doi.org/10.31823/D.28.3.3

© 2020 Strossmayer University of Osijek, Catholic Faculty of Theology in Djakovo. All rights reserved. The main aim of this paper is to present two different forms of human life extension. On the one hand there is dysthanasia, i.e. therapeutic persis... Read More about The challenges in human life extension between enhancement and agony.

Promoting inclusiveness in exoskeleton robotics: Addressing challenges for pediatric access (2020)
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Fosch-Villaronga, E., Cartolovni, A., & Pierce, R. L. (2020). Promoting inclusiveness in exoskeleton robotics: Addressing challenges for pediatric access. Paladyn journal of behavioural robotics, 11(1), 327-339. https://doi.org/10.1515/pjbr-2020-0021

Pediatric access to exoskeletons lags far behind that of adults. In this article, we promote inclusiveness in exoskeleton robotics by identifying and addressing challenges and barriers to pediatric access to this potentially life-changing technology.... Read More about Promoting inclusiveness in exoskeleton robotics: Addressing challenges for pediatric access.

The understanding of dysthanasia and transhumanism from the nursing profession perspective (2020)
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Gložinić, T., Singbo, O. G., & Čartolovni, A. (2020). The understanding of dysthanasia and transhumanism from the nursing profession perspective. Obnovljeni Zivot, 75(4), 457-473. https://doi.org/10.31337/OZ.75.4.2

© 2020 Institute of Philosophy and Theology of Society of Jesus. All rights reserved. This paper presents the research results from a quantitative research study about the attitudes of undergraduate nursing students at the Catholic University of Croa... Read More about The understanding of dysthanasia and transhumanism from the nursing profession perspective.

Neuroscientific deconstruction of the ideologised »hopelessness« of the vegetative state (2018)
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Čartolovni, A. (2018). Neuroscientific deconstruction of the ideologised »hopelessness« of the vegetative state. Nova prisutnost časopis za intelektualna i duhovna pitanja, XVI(1), 73-87. https://doi.org/10.31192/np.16.1.5

Recent neuroscientific research challenges today's prejudice of a vegetative state as a «hopeless» state. The results from these findings not only destroy the actual existing prejudices about people in a vegetative state, but they also provide a new... Read More about Neuroscientific deconstruction of the ideologised »hopelessness« of the vegetative state.

Christian environmental ethos as a more sustainable answer to the ecological problems in the anthropocene (2018)
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Čartolovni, A. (2018). Christian environmental ethos as a more sustainable answer to the ecological problems in the anthropocene. Filozofska istraživanja, 37(4), 779-796. https://doi.org/10.21464/fi37410

In contemporary age, human beings reached the conclusion that they are the main driving force responsible for the changes to our planet and that they are the originator of the new era of Anthropocene, in contrast to the recent era of Holocene in whic... Read More about Christian environmental ethos as a more sustainable answer to the ecological problems in the anthropocene.

Teilhard de Chardin’s oeuvre within an ongoing discussion of a gene drive release for public health reasons (2017)
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Čartolovni, A. (2017). Teilhard de Chardin’s oeuvre within an ongoing discussion of a gene drive release for public health reasons. Life Sciences, society and policy, 13, https://doi.org/10.1186/s40504-017-0064-8

© 2017, The Author(s). Within the domain of public health, vector-borne diseases are among the most vehemently discussed issues. Recent scientific breakthroughs in genome editing technology provided a solution to this issue in the form of a gene driv... Read More about Teilhard de Chardin’s oeuvre within an ongoing discussion of a gene drive release for public health reasons.