Daniel Z Buchman

Daniel Z Buchman

University of Toronto

H-index: 18

North America-Canada

About Daniel Z Buchman

Daniel Z Buchman, With an exceptional h-index of 18 and a recent h-index of 16 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Toronto, specializes in the field of bioethics, mental health, addiction, chronic pain, artificial intelligence.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Humanizing Patients and Their Needs Might Affect Psychiatrists’ Thinking about Futility

Palliative Care Experiences for People with Opioid-related Health Harms: A Multi-setting Qualitative Study

The influence of using novel predictive technologies on judgments of stigma, empathy, and compassion among healthcare professionals

Psychedelics in PERIL: The Commercial Determinants of Health, Financial Entanglements and Population Health Ethics

Understanding attitudes and beliefs regarding COVID-19 vaccines among transitional-aged youth with mental health concerns: a youth-led qualitative study

Care considerations in medical assistance in dying for persons with mental illness as the sole underlying medical condition: a qualitative study of patient and family perspectives

Mapping MAiD Discordance: A Qualitative Analysis of the Factors Complicating MAiD Bereavement in Canada

Informed Consent to Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy: Ethical Considerations

Daniel Z Buchman Information

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Citations(all)

1515

Citations(since 2020)

1109

Cited By

710

hIndex(all)

18

hIndex(since 2020)

16

i10Index(all)

31

i10Index(since 2020)

25

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University of Toronto

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Daniel Z Buchman Skills & Research Interests

bioethics

mental health

addiction

chronic pain

artificial intelligence

Top articles of Daniel Z Buchman

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Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Humanizing Patients and Their Needs Might Affect Psychiatrists’ Thinking about Futility

AJOB neuroscience

Rachel B Cooper

Sarah E Levitt

Daniel Z Buchman

2024/1/2

Palliative Care Experiences for People with Opioid-related Health Harms: A Multi-setting Qualitative Study

Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

Lisa M Boucher

Jenny Lau

Rebecca Bagnarol

Tara Gomes

Tieghan Killackey

...

2024/5/1

The influence of using novel predictive technologies on judgments of stigma, empathy, and compassion among healthcare professionals

AJOB neuroscience

Daniel Z Buchman

Daphne Imahori

Christopher Lo

Katrina Hui

Caroline Walker

...

2024/1/2

Psychedelics in PERIL: The Commercial Determinants of Health, Financial Entanglements and Population Health Ethics

Public Health Ethics

Daniel Buchman

Daniel Rosenbaum

2024/3/1

Understanding attitudes and beliefs regarding COVID-19 vaccines among transitional-aged youth with mental health concerns: a youth-led qualitative study

BMJ open

Erin Artna

Alexxa Abi-Jaoudé

Sanjeev Sockalingam

Claire Perry

Andrew Johnson

...

2024/1/1

Care considerations in medical assistance in dying for persons with mental illness as the sole underlying medical condition: a qualitative study of patient and family perspectives

BMC psychiatry

Vicky Stergiopoulos

Hamer Bastidas-Bilbao

Mona Gupta

Daniel Z Buchman

Donna E Stewart

...

2024/2/14

Mapping MAiD Discordance: A Qualitative Analysis of the Factors Complicating MAiD Bereavement in Canada

Qualitative Health Research

Kristie Serota

Daniel Z Buchman

Michael Atkinson

2024/2

Informed Consent to Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy: Ethical Considerations

The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry

Andrew Lee

Daniel Rosenbaum

Daniel Z Buchman

2024/1/17

Resisting Inadequate Care is Not Irrational, and Coercive Treatment is Not an Appropriate Response to the Drug Toxicity Crises

The American Journal of Bioethics

Adrian Guta

Marilou Gagnon

Danielle German

Daniel Z Buchman

Carol J Strike

2024/5/3

Cannabis companies and the sponsorship of scientific research: A cross-sectional Canadian case study

Plos one

Quinn Grundy

Daphne Imahori

Shreya Mahajan

Gord Garner

Roberta Timothy

...

2023/1/10

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Smoking Cessation: Next Steps for Translation and Implementation into Clinical Practice

Victor M Tang

Rachel Goud

Laurie Zawertailo

Peter Selby

Adina Coroiu

...

2023/7/11

Why Neuroethical Analyses of Invasiveness in Psychiatry Should Engage with Mental Health Service User Movement Knowledges and Considerations of Social In/Justice

AJOB Neuroscience

A Lee de Bie

Daniel Z Buchman

2022/12/16

Commentary: Access to Psychedelics for Psychological Suffering at the End of Life--Prioritizing Our Priorities.

Healthcare Policy

Daniel Rosenbaum

Sarah Hales

Daniel Z Buchman

2023/5/1

Protocol: Predictive care: a protocol for a computational ethnographic approach to building fair models of inpatient violence in emergency psychiatry

BMJ Open

Laura Sikstrom

Marta M Maslej

Zoe Findlay

Gillian Strudwick

Katrina Hui

...

2023

Ethical Considerations at the Intersection Between Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy and Medical Assistance in Dying

AJOB neuroscience

Daniel Rosenbaum

Matthew Cho

Evan Schneider

Sarah Hales

Daniel Z Buchman

2023/4/3

Searching for relief from suffering: A patient-oriented qualitative study on medical assistance in dying for mental illness as the sole underlying medical condition

Social Science & Medicine

Hamer Bastidas-Bilbao

Vicky Stergiopoulos

Mary Rose van Kesteren

Donna Eileen Stewart

Vivien Cappe

...

2023/8/1

Predictive care: a protocol for a computational ethnographic approach to building fair models of inpatient violence in emergency psychiatry

BMJ open

Laura Sikstrom

Marta M Maslej

Zoe Findlay

Gillian Strudwick

Katrina Hui

...

2023/4/1

Evidence, ethics and the promise of artificial intelligence in psychiatry

Journal of Medical Ethics

Melissa McCradden

Katrina Hui

Daniel Z Buchman

2023/8/1

Palliative care for people who use drugs during communicable disease epidemics and pandemics: A scoping review on access, policies, and programs and guidelines

Daniel Z Buchman

Samantha Lo

Philip Ding

Naheed Dosani

Rouhi Fazelzad

...

2023/4

Unacknowledged pain and disenfranchised grief: a narrative analysis of physical and emotional pain in complex MAiD bereavement stories

Canadian Journal of Pain

Kristie Serota

Michael Atkinson

Daniel Z Buchman

2023/7/30

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Co-Authors

H-index: 76
Ross Upshur

Ross Upshur

University of Toronto

H-index: 45
Carol Strike

Carol Strike

University of Toronto

H-index: 26
Aaron M. Orkin

Aaron M. Orkin

University of Toronto

H-index: 22
Ani Orchanian-Cheff

Ani Orchanian-Cheff

University of Toronto

H-index: 15
Melissa McCradden

Melissa McCradden

University of Toronto

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