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Acercamiento al desarrollo del profesionalismo en el campo de la salud en América Latina a través de la enseñanza de una competencia ética: Logros y desafíos
Sandra M. Fábregas, Gabriel D’Empaire, Francisco Agosto, Miriam Lugo, Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, Carmen Dimare, Sandra Rodríguez, & Cristina Caballero, Un Acercamiento al Desarrollo del Profesionalismo en el Campo de la Salud en América Latina a Través de la Enseñanza de una Competencia Ética: Logros y Desafíos, in Bios y Diversidades: Diálogo y Consenso para la Acción 92 (2015).
Tenth conference proceedings of the Bioethics Federation of Latin American and Caribbean Institutions held March 25th, 26th, and 27th, 2015. This is part of an ongoing research project with an international research team ...
Moving 'Beyond Neutrality' and cross-cultural training: Using World Café Dialogue to address end-of-life care inequalities
Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, Moving 'Beyond Neutrality' and Cross-Cultural Training: Using World Café Dialogue to Address End-of-Life Care Inequalities, 21 Peace & Conflict Stud. 49 (2014).
This article discusses how World Café Dialogues can be used to unveil structural and cultural violence that drive the behaviors that maintain end-of-life care inequalities, especially among minorities, in acute healthcare ...
Programas de Derivación judicial en Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico (court-annexed alternative dispute resolution programs in the United States and Puerto Rico)
Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, Programas de Derivación Judicial en Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico (Court-annexed Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs in the United States and Puerto Rico), in Mediacion y Resolucion de Conflictos: Tecnicas y Ambitos 306 (Helena Soleto-Muñoz, Emiliano Carretero-Morales & Cristina Ruiz-López eds., 2011).
Conflict at end of life: A growing need for dispute resolution practices
Debra Gerardi & Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, Conflict at End of Life: A Growing Need for Dispute Resolution Practices, Creighton Law., Fall 2006, at 34.
There are persistent calls for improving end-of-life care and manage end-of-life disputes in the United States. There is also an increasing demand for health services that will create a greater need for better skills and ...
Human rights violations in Puerto Rico: Agency from the margins
Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán & Yanira Alemán, Human Rights Violations in Puerto Rico: Agency from the Margins, 12 J.L. & Soc. Challenges 107 (2010).
Puerto Rico's colonial status remains largely invisible to the international world. The discourse of "post colonialism" and the use of misleading euphemisms and legal labels, tend to cloud over the continued exercise of ...
Experiencing Puerto Rican citizenship and cultural nationalism
Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, Experiencing Puerto Rican Citizenship and Cultural Nationalism (2015).
Puerto Ricans experience their citizenship and cultural nationalism within the context of an unincorporated territory in which they have limited participation in the legal framework devised to govern them. Drawing from ...
What’s next in the profession? Reflections on embracing uncertainty and serving others
Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, What’s Next in the Profession? Reflections on Embracing Uncertainty and Serving Others, ACRESOLUTION, Fall 2015, at 6, reprinted in Neb. Law., Jan./Feb. 2017, at 39.
Using Ignatian pedagogy in a mediation course
Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, Using Ignatian Pedagogy in a Mediation Course, Jesuit High Educ., 2014 no. 1, at 48.
This article describes how the author designed a mediation course applying the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm (IPP). Examples are shared of some of the assignments and activities as well as narratives of students evidencing ...
Confronting a colonial legacy: Asserting Puerto Rican identity by legally renouncing U.S. citizenship
Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, Confronting a Colonial Legacy: Asserting Puerto Rican Identity by Legally Renouncing U.S. Citizenship, Centro Journal, Spring 2013, at 22.
This essay discusses the beliefs and experiences of Puerto Ricans who chose to manage their own belonging and express their cultural national identity by legally renouncing what they consider to be an imposed U.S. citizenship. ...
PROMESA ‘intolerable’ o asamblea constitucional
Jacqueline N. Font-Guzmán, Op-Ed, PROMESA ‘Intolerable’ o Asamblea Constitucional, 80 Grados, July 1, 2016, http://www.80grados.net/promesa-intolerable-o-asamblea-constitucional/.