Niklas Juth är universitetslektor och docent i medicinsk etik vid Karolinska Institutet.
My main research interests are in ethics and bioethics, genethics, and the intersection between political philosophy and medical ethics, e.g. autonomy and justice in health care. Currently involved in the Stockholm Centre for Health Care Ethics (CHE) project “Prioritizing in Health Care: The Reasonableness and Applicability of the Principles of Cost-Efficiency, Need, and Responsibility” as researcher. I am also doing research within the areas of experimental ethics, victims of honor related threats within health care, end-of-life care, screening, genethics and health care complaints.
Juth, Niklas; Radetzki, Marcus; Radetzki, Marian (2003), Genetics and Insurance, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Juth, Niklas (2005), Genetic information: Values and Rights. The Morality of Presymptomatic Genetic Testing, Acta Philosophica Gothoburgensia, Göteborg. (Dissertation)
Juth N, Lorentzon F. ”The Concept of Free Will and Forensic Psychiatry”, International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 33, 2010.
Lindblad A, Juth N, Fürst CJ and Lynöe N. When enough is enough; terminating life-sustaining treatment at the patient’s request. A survey of attitudes among Swedish physicians and the general public, Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 36, No. 5, 2010.
Juth N, Lindblad A, Lynöe N, Sjöstrand M and Helgesson G. European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) framework for palliative sedation: an ethical discussion, BMC Palliative Care 9:20, 2010.
Sandberg J and Juth N. Ethics and Intuitions: A Reply to Peter Singer, Journal of Ethics, Vol. 15, No. 5, 2011.
Juth N, Tillberg T, Lynöe N. Intentions in critical clinical settings: a study of medical students' perceptions, Journal of Medical Ethics, 37(8), 2011.
Juth, Niklas; Munthe, Christian (2012), The Ethics of Screening in Health Care and Medicine – Serving Society or Serving the Patient? Springer, Dordrecht.
Juth N. Challenges for principles of needs in health care. Accepted by Health Care Analysis, 2013.
Honour-related threats and human rights: a qualitative study of Swedish healthcare providers' attitudes towards young women requesting a virginity certificate or hymen reconstruction.
Eur J Contracept Reprod Health Care 2013 Dec;18(6):451-9
Zero tolerance against patriarchal norms? A cross-sectional study of Swedish physicians' attitudes towards young females requesting virginity certificates or hymen restoration
Journal of medical ethics 2015;41(3):215-9
Are physicians' estimations of future events value-impregnated? Cross-sectional study of double intentions when providing treatment that shortens a dying patient's life
Medicine, health care, and philosophy 2014;17(3):397-402
Are there morally relevant differences between hymen restoration and bloodless treatment for Jehovah's Witnesses?
BMC medical ethics 2014;15():89-
Authenticity and psychiatric disorder: does autonomy of personal preferences matter?
Medicine, health care, and philosophy 2014;17(1):115-22
END-OF-LIFE DECISIONS AND THE REINVENTED RULE OF DOUBLE EFFECT: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS
The Right Not to Know and the Duty to Tell: The Case of Relatives
JOURNAL OF LAW MEDICINE & ETHICS 2014;42(1):38-52
To treat or not to treat a newborn child with severe brain damage? A cross-sectional study of physicians' and the general population's perceptions of intentions
Medicine, health care, and philosophy 2014;17(1):81-8
Are interpretations of other people's arguments value-impregnated? A pilot study among medical students
Medicine, health care, and philosophy 2013;16(3):601-3
Autonomy-based arguments against physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia: a critique
Medicine, health care, and philosophy 2013;16(2):225-30
Does proficiency creativity solve legal dilemmas? Experimental study of medical students' ideas about death-causes
Medicine, health care, and philosophy 2013;16(4):789-93
Duelling with doctors, restoring honour and avoiding shame? A cross-sectional study of sick-listed patients' experiences of negative healthcare encounters with special reference to feeling wronged and shame
Journal of medical ethics 2013;39(10):654-7
Ethical aspects of undergoing a predictive genetic testing for Huntington's disease
Nursing ethics 2013;20(2):189-99
Honour-related threats and human rights: a qualitative study of Swedish healthcare providers' attitudes towards young women requesting a virginity certificate or hymen reconstruction
The European journal of contraception & reproductive health care : the official journal of the European Society of Contraception 2013;18(6):451-9
Moral differences in deep continuous palliative sedation and euthanasia
BMJ supportive & palliative care 2013;3(2):203-6
Paternalism in the name of autonomy
The Journal of medicine and philosophy 2013;38(6):710-24
Values at stake: autonomy, responsibility, and trustworthiness in relation to genetic testing and personalized nutrition advice
Genes & nutrition 2013;8(4):365-72
When do patients feel wronged? Empirical study of sick-listed patients' experiences with healthcare encounters
European journal of public health 2013;23(2):230-5
Case study of a framing effect in course evaluations
MEDICAL TEACHER 2012;34(1):68-70
Information related to prenatal genetic counseling: interpretation by adolescents, effects on risk perception and ethical implications
Journal of genetic counseling 2012;21(4):536-46
[Integrated teaching of ethics of value in the medical education]
Early Stopping of Clinical Trials: Charting the Ethical Terrain
KENNEDY INSTITUTE OF ETHICS JOURNAL 2011;21(1):51-78
Intentions in critical clinical settings: a study of medical students' perceptions
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS 2011;37(8):483-6
Continuous deep sedation, physician-assisted suicide, and euthanasia in Huntington's disorder
International journal of palliative nursing 2010;16(11):527-33
Do strong value-based attitudes influence estimations of future events?
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS 2010;36(4):255-6
European Association for Palliative Care (EAPC) framework for palliative sedation: an ethical discussion
BMC palliative care 2010;9():20-
Examining the public refusal to consent to DNA biobanking: empirical data from a Swedish population-based study
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS 2010;36(2):93-8
How to reveal disguised paternalism
MEDICINE HEALTH CARE AND PHILOSOPHY 2010;13(1):59-65
The concept of free will and forensic psychiatry
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LAW AND PSYCHIATRY 2010;33(1):1-6
["The tilting plane" and strong feelings--difficult combination?]
When enough is enough; terminating life-sustaining treatment at the patient's request: a survey of attitudes among Swedish physicians and the general public
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS 2010;36(5):284-9
Insurance companies' access to genetic information: why regulation alone is not enough
Monash bioethics review 2003;22(1):25-41