Book Reviews, Opinions & Essays, and Peer Reviewed Articles

Book Reviews

Dien Ho’s A Philosopher Goes to the Doctor: A Critical Look at Philosophical Assumptions in Medicine (Routledge: 2019) (link)

Nathan Carlin’s Pastoral Aesthetics: A Theological Perspective on Principlist Bioethics (Oxford University Press: 2019) (link)

Nigel Nicholson and Nathan Selden’s The Rhetoric of Medicine: Lessons on Professionalism from Ancient Greece (Oxford University Press: 2019) (link)

Jacob Stegenga’s Care and Cure: An Introduction to Philosophy of Medicine (University of Chicago Press: 2018) (link)

Francois Baylis’s Altered Inheritance: CRISPR and the Ethics of Human Genome Editing (Harvard University Press: 2018) (link)

Gregg Caruso and Owen Flanagan’s (eds.) Neuoexistentialism: Meaning, Morals, and Purpose in the Age of Neuroscience (Oxford University Press: 2018) (link)

Barbara Lipska’s The Neuroscientist Who Lost Her Mind: My Tale of Madness and Recovery (Houghlin Mifflin Harcourt: 2018) (link)

Opinions and Essays

“It is Extremely Unlikely that You Will Not Have a Recurrence,” Impact Ethics, December 30, 2020 (link)

“Finding Myself in Illness,” Cancer Health, December 14, 2020 (link)

“Adam Hayden – The Philosopher-Patient: A Consumer Story,” Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP) Blog, December 2, 2020 (link)

“Ableism and White Supremacy are Intertwined: We Must Confront Them Together, Truthout, September 15, 2020 (link)

“My Age May Have Been a Barrier to Timely Diagnosis of Glioblastoma Multiforme: Told to Jo Cavallo,” ASCO Post, November 10, 2020 (link)

“When COVID-19 Comes Home,” Cancer Today, May 18, 2020 (link)

“The COVID-19 Pandemic Illustrates the Ableism that Pervades Our Society,” Truthout, May 7, 2020 (link)

“People with Serious Illness Can Teach Us A Lot About Living with COVID-10,” STAT News, March 24, 2020 (link)

“Being Candid About Cancer,” Cancer Today, August 8, 2018 (link)

“For People with Cancer John McCain was a Leader Until the End, STAT News, August 26, 2018 (link)

“I have brain cancer. Drug Companies and Med Schools Should Be Compensating Me for My Expertise,” STAT News, February 27, 2018 (link)

 “Dear Senator McCain, Here’s What I’ve Learned Living with Glioblastoma,” STAT News, July 26, 2017 (link)

“On the Road to End Well with 2019 ePatient and Speaker, Adam Hayden,” End Well Project (link)

“Medical Humanities Book Recommendations from a Seriously Ill Philosopher” for the “From the Bookshelf Series,” MedHumChat (link)

“Embracing Death Talk to Plan for the End of Life,” End Well Project, August 23, 2018 (link)

“Senator McCain Living Well Until the End,” End Well Project, August 26, 2018 (link)

“The Neuroscientist Who Lost Her Mind: A Journey to the Brink and Back”: An Interview with Barbara Lipska,” National Brain Tumor Society News & Blog (link)

“The Powerful Platform Offered by NBTS,” National Brain Tumor Society News and Blog, November 7, 2017 (link)

 “Scientism is a Non-Threat: Considering Susan Haack and the Role of Philosophy,” A Philosopher’s Take, October 16, 2017 (link)

 “Exploring the Citizen-Science Partnership through Narrative-Based Science Communication, PLOS SciComm, October 11, 2017 (link)

Peer Reviewed Articles

Feliciano JT, Salmi L, Blotner C, Hayden A, Nduom EK, Kwan BM, Katz MS, Claus EB, “Brain Tumor Discussions on Twitter (#BTSM): Social Network Analysis” J Med Internet Res 2020;22(10):e22005 (link)

Liz Salmi, Hillary D Lum, Adam Hayden, Maija Reblin, Shirley Otis-Green, Grace Venechuk, Megan A Morris, Megan Griff, Bethany M Kwan, “Stakeholder engagement in research on quality of life and palliative care for brain tumors: a qualitative analysis of #BTSM and #HPM tweet chats,” Neuro-Oncology Practice, Volume 7, Issue 6, December 2020, Pages 676–684 (link)

Hoffmann-Longtin, K., & Hayden, A. (2018). From Stories to Discoveries. Narrating Patienthood: Engaging Diverse Voices on Health, Communication, and the Patient Experience, 17 (link)

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