My work focuses on conceptual and practical questions about justice and wellbeing in public health. I am interested in the ethics of risk and the negotiation of multiple demands in different contexts. My perspective highlights the dynamism and complexity in the spaces between the offer, uptake and outcome of healthcare interventions, such as cancer risk predictions, screening programmes and long-term treatments.
I am also interested in participatory research methods, health humanities, the phenomenology of disease and illness, epistemic justice in healthcare, tensions around responsibility and autonomy in healthcare, and solidarity and trust in population strategies.
Stutzin Donoso, F. (2021). ‘Understanding the problem of long-term treatment adherence: a phenomenological framework’, Medical Humanities, 47/4: 466–74. Institute of Medical Ethics. DOI: 10.1136/medhum-2019-011836
Stutzin Donoso, F (2021). The concepts of health and disease: Underlying assumptions in the idea of value in medical interventions, in Schildmann, J., Buch, C. and Zerth, J. (eds) Defining the Value of Medical Interventions. Normative and Empirical Challenges. Kohlhammer.
Stutzin Donoso, F (2018). Chronic disease as risk multiplier for disadvantage. Journal of Medical Ethics, 44(6), 371-375. doi:10.1136/medethics-2017-104321
Markkula, N., Cabieses, B., Lehti, V., Uphoff, E., Astorga, S., and Stutzin Donoso, F (2018). Use of health care among international migrant children – a systematic review. Globalization and Health. doi.org/10.1186/s12992-018-0370-9