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Matthew R. Hunt, pht., Ph.D.
Chercheur régulier
CRIR - Hôpital juif de réadaptation du CISSS de Laval
T 514 398-4400  # 00289
F 514 398-8193
matthew.hunt@mcgill.ca

Formation

  • B.Sc., physiothérapie, Université McGill, 1997
  • M.Sc., médecine expérimentale - spécialisation en bioéthique, Université McGill, 2006
  • Ph.D., médecine expérimentale, Université McGill, 2009
  • Postdoctorat, épidémiologie clinique et biostatistique, McMaster University, Hamilton ON, 2011
  • Postdoctorat, Centre de recherche en éthique (CREUM), Université de Montréal, 2011   

Position

  • Professeur adjoint, École de physiothérapie et d'ergothérapie, Université McGill
  • Chercheur régulier, CRIR-Hôpital juif de réadaptation du CISSS de Laval

Intérêts de recherche

Programmes de santé intégrale et pratiques; éthique en réadaptation

Publications récentes

Hunt, M.R. & Ells, C. (sous presse 2013). A patient-centered care ethics analysis model for rehabilitation. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation/Association of Academic Physiatrists.

Hunt, M.R. & Godard, B. (sous presse 2013). Beyond procedural ethics: Foregrounding questions of justice in global health research ethics training for students. Global Public Health.

Hunt, M.R., Schwartz, L., & Fraser, V. (sous presse 2013). “How far do you go and where are the issues surrounding that?” Dilemmas at the boundaries of clinical competency in humanitarian health work. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine.

Hunt, M.R., Schwartz, L., Sinding, C. & Elit, L. (2013). The ethics of engaged presence: A framework for health professionals in humanitarian assistance and development work. Developing World Bioethics.

Hunt, M.R., Anderson, J.A. & Boulanger, R.F. (2012). Ethical implications of diversity in disaster research. American Journal of Disaster Medicine, 7(3), 211-221.

Hunt, M.R., Sinding, C. & Schwartz, L. (2012). Tragic choices in humanitarian health work. Journal of Clinical Ethics, 23(4), 338-344.

Hunt, M.R., Schwartz, L. & Elit, L. (2012). Experience of ethics training and support for health care professionals in international aid work. Public Health Ethics, 5(1), 91-99.

Hunt, M.R. & Schwartz, L. (2012). Editorial: Introduction to symposium on ethics and humanitarian healthcare policy and practice. Public Health Ethics, 5(1) 47-48.

Kaizer, F., Spiridigliozzi, A.M. & Hunt, M.R. (2012). Promoting shared decision-making in rehabilitation: development of a framework for situations when patients with Dysphagia refuse diet modification recommended by the treating team. Dysphagia, 27(1), 81-87.

Schwartz, L., Hunt, M.R., Sinding, C., Elit, L., Redwood-Campbell, L., Adelson, N., et al. (2012). Models for humanitarian health care ethics. Public Health Ethics, 5(1), 81-90.

Elit, L. Hunt, M.R., Redwood-Campbell, L., Ranford, J., Adelson, N. & Schwartz, L. (2011). Ethical issues encountered by medical students during international health electives. Medical Education, 45(7), 704-711.

Ells, C., Matthew R. Hunt, M.R. & Chambers-Evans, J. (2011). Relational autonomy as an essential component of patient-centered care. International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, 4(2), 79-101.

Hunt, M.R. (2011). Establishing moral bearings: Ethics and health care professionals in humanitarian work. Disasters, 35(3), 606-622.

Hunt, M.R. & Ells, C. (2011). Partners towards autonomy: Risky choices and relational autonomy in rehabilitation care. Disability & Rehabilitation, 33(11), 961-967.

Hunt, M.R. & Carnevale, F.A. (2011). Moral experience: A framework for bioethics research. Journal of Medical Ethics, 37(11), 658-662.

Hunt, M.R., Chan, L. & Mehta, A. (2011). Transitioning from clinical to qualitative research interviewing. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 10(3), 191-201.

Hunt, M.R. (2010). ‘Active waiting’: Habits and the practice of conducting qualitative research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 9(1), 69-76.

Hunt, M.R. (2010). Cholera and nothing more. Public Health Ethics, 3(1), 55-59.

Schwartz, L., Sinding, C., Hunt, M.R., Elit, L., Redwood-Campbell, L., Adelson, N., Luther, L., Ranford, J. & DeLaat, S. (2010). Ethics in humanitarian aid work: Learning from health workers’ narratives. American Journal of Bioethics-Primary Research, 1(3), 45-54.

Sinding, C., Schwartz, L., Hunt, M.R., Redwood-Campbell, L., Elit, L. & Ranford, J. (2010). “Playing God because you have to”: Canadian health professionals’ experiences of rationing care in humanitarian and development work. Public Health Ethics, 3(2), 147-156.

Hunt, M.R. (2009). Moral experience of Canadian healthcare professionals in humanitarian work. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 24(6), 518-24.

Hunt, M.R. (2009). Resources and constraints for addressing ethical issues in medical humanitarian work: experiences of expatriate healthcare professionals. American Journal of Disaster Medicine, 4(5), 261-271.

Hunt, M.R. (2009). Patient-centered care and cultural practices: process and criteria for evaluating adaptations of norms and standards in health care institutions. Health Ethics Committee Forum, 21(4), 327-339.

Hunt, M.R. (2009). Strengths and challenges in the use of interpretive description: reflections arising from a study of the moral experience of health professionals in humanitarian work. Qualitative Health Research, 19(9), 1284-1292.


Axe de recherche

Axe 2 : Participation, inclusion sociale et services de réadaptation

Thème de recherche

Thème 2 : Services, systèmes et politiques

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