Publications

2020

Anjum, R.L., Copeland, S. and Rocca, E. (2020) Rethinking Causality, Complexity and Evidence for the Unique Patient. A CauseHealth Resource for Health Professionals and the Clinical Encounter, Springer, open access book

Nicholls, D., Groven, K.S., Kinsella, A. and Anjum, R.L. (Eds) (2020) Mobilizing Knowledge. Critical Reflections on the Foundations and Practice of Physiotherapy, Springer

Engebretsen, K.M.Bjorbækmo, W.S. (2020) Out of Chaos – Meaning Arises. The lived experience of re-habituating the habitual body when suffering from burnout,  Qualitative Health Research

Rocca, E. and Anjum, R. L. (2020) Causal Evidence and Dispositions in Medicine and Public Health, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

Rocca, E. and Anjum, R. L. (2020) Erice Call for Change: Utilising Patient Experiences to Enhance the Quality and Safety of Healthcare, Drug Safety

Rocca, E. Anjum, R.L. and Mumford, S. (2020) Causal Insights from Failure, in A. La Caze and B. Osimani (eds), Uncertainty in Pharmacology: Epistemology, Methods and Decisions (Boston Series for the History and Philosophy of Science), Springer, pp. 39-56

2019

Rocca, E. and Anjum, R. L. (2019) Why Causal Predictions Fail. An Example from Oil Contamination, Ethics, Policy & Environment, 22: 197-213

Rocca, E., Copeland, S., Edwards, I.R. (2019). Pharmacovigilance as scientific discovery: an argument for trans-disciplinarityDrug Safety

Anjum, R.L., Andersen, F., Rocca, E. (2019). Philosophical BIAS is the one bias that science cannot avoid. eLife, 8:e44929 DOI: 10.7554/eLife.44929

Anjum, R.L. (2019) Donald Gillies, ‘Causality, Probability, and Medicine’British Journal for the Philosophy of Science

Engebretsen, K.M.Bjorbækmo, W.S. (2019) Burned out or “just” depressed? An existential phenomenological exploration of burnout, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 18https://doi.org/10.1111/jep.13288

Engebretsen, K.M.Bjorbækmo, W.S. (2019) Naked in the eyes of the public: A phenomenological study of the lived experience of suffering from burnout while waiting for recognition to be ill. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 1-10https://doi.org/10.1111/jep.13244

2018

Anjum, R. L., Copeland, S. and Rocca, E. (2018) Medical Scientists and Philosophers Worldwide Appeal to EBM to Expand the Notion of ‘Evidence’, BMJ Evidence Based Medicine,  bmjebm-2018-111092

Andersen, F., Anjum, R.L. and Mumford, S. (2018) Causation and Quantum Physics, in Anjum and Mumford What Tends to Be. The Philosophy of Dispositional Modality, ch. 4

CauseHealth special issue for the Guidelines Challenge conference
2018 Philosophy Thematic Issue of the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. List of contributions:

Loughlin, M., Mercuri, M., Pârvan, A., Copeland, S., Tonelli, M. and Buetow, S. (2018) Treating Real People: Science and HumanityJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 24: xx-xx, DOI 10.1111/jep.13024

Anjum, R. L. (2018) What is the Guidelines Challenge? The CauseHealth Perspective, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 24: 1027-3

Anjum, R. L., Copeland, S., Kerry, R. and Rocca, E. (2018) The Guidelines Challenge—Philosophy, Practice, PolicyJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 24: 1120-6

Greenhalg, T. (2018) Of lamp posts, keys, and fabled drunkards: A perspectival tale of 4 guidelinesJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 24: 1132-38

Kirkengen, AL. (2018) From wholes to fragments to wholes—what gets lost in translation?Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 24: 1145– 49.

Engebretsen, K. M. (2018) Suffering Without a Medical Diagnosis. A Critical View on the Biomedical Attitudes Towards Persons Suffering from Burnout and the Implications for Medical Care, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 24: 1150-7

Cartwright, N. (2018) What evidence should guidelines take note of? Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 24: 1139– 44.

Kelly, MP. The need for a rationalist turn in evidence‐based medicineJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 24: 1158– 65.

Anjum, R.L. and Mumford, S. (2018) A Process Theory of Causation, in Nicholson, D. J. & Dupré, J. (eds.). Everything Flows: Towards a Processual Philosophy of Biology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 61-75. Open access

Anjum, R. L. and Mumford, S. (2018) Causation in Science and the Methods of Scientific Discovery, Oxford University Press

Anjum, R.L. and Mumford, S. (2018) Powers and Potentiality, in M. Quante and K. Engelhard (eds), Handbook of Potentiality, Dordrecht: Springer

Anjum, R. L. and Mumford, S. (2018) What Tends to Be, Routledge

Anjum, R. L. and Rocca, E. (2018) From Ideal to Real Risk. Why re-thinking Causation is CrucialRisk Analysis, 39: 729-40

Rocca, E. (2018) The Judgements that Evidence Based Medicine AdoptsJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 24: 1184-90

2017

CauseHealth special issue for the N=1 workshop
2017 Philosophy Thematic Issue of the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. List of contributions:

Anjum, R.L. and Mumford, S. (2017) A Philosophical Argument Against Evidence Based PolicyJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 23: 1045-50

Feragen, A. R. R. (2017) Encouraging professional scepticism in medical practiceJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice,  23:1051–54.

Copeland, S. (2017) Unexpected Findings and Promoting Monocausal Claims, A Cautionary Tale, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 23: 1055-61

Low, M. (2017) A novel clinical framework: The use of dispositions in clinical practice. A person centred approachJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 23: 1062-70.

Kirkengen, AL. (2017) Creating chronicityJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 23: 1071–74. https://doi.org/10.1111/jep.12715

Berg, H, Slaattelid, R. (2017) Facts and values in psychotherapy—A critique of the empirical reduction of psychotherapy within evidence‐based practice.Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 23: 1075–80.

Arnaudo, E. (2017) Pain and dualism: Which dualismJournal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 23: 1081–86.

Anjum, R.L. and Mumford, S. (2017) Emergence and Demergence, in M. Paoletti and F. Orilia (eds), Philosophical and Scientific Perspectives on Downward Causation, London: Routledge, pp. 92-109

Anjum, R.L. and Mumford, S. (2017) Mutual Manifestations and Martin’s Two Triangles, in Jonathan Jacobs (ed.) Causal Powers, Oxford University Press, pp. 77-89

Copeland, S. (2017) On Serendipity in Science: Discovery at the Intersection of Chance and WisdomSynthese, DOI 10.1007/s11229-017-1544-3

Rocca, E. (2017) Bridging the Boundaries between Scientists and Clinicians. Mechanistic Hypotheses and Patient Stories in Risk Assessment of Drugs, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 23: 114-120

Rocca, E. and Andersen, F. (2017) How Biological Background Assumptions Influence Scientific Risk Evaluation of Stacked Genetically Modified Plants: An Analysis of Research Hypotheses and Argumentations, Life Sciences, Society and Policy, 13: 11.

2016

Andersen, F. and Arenhart, J. (2016) Metaphysics Within Science. Against Radical Naturalism, Metascience, 47: 159-180

Anjum, R.L. (2016) Evidence-Based or Person-Centered. An Ontological DebateEuropean Journal of Person Centered Healthcare, 4 (2): 421-9. Open access beta-version

2015

Anjum, R.L., Copeland, S., Mumford, S. and Rocca, E. (2015) CauseHealth: Integrating Philosophical Perspectives into Person Centered HealthcareEuropean Journal for Person Centered Healthcare, 3: 427-30

Anjum, R.L., Kerry, R. and Mumford, S. (2015) Evidence Based on What?Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 21(6): E11-E12