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Conference Papers Refereed
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- ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER HEALTH RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP - (TREADING CAREFULLY: SOCIOPOLITICAL IMPLICATIONS OF GENETIC RESEARCH IN ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER COMMUNITIES)
- An ethical analysis of the disclosure of surgeons' performance data to patients within the Informed Consent process
- An ethical analysis of the significance of genetic relatedness: implications for embryo adoption
- CLINICAL - FUTURE MEDICAL DECISION-MAKING FOR OLDER PEOPLE
- Communicating genetic information in families: practical, legal, social and ethical issues
- Hamstrung by ethics creep? Investigating human research ethics in practice
- How will neuroscience and genetic research affect how we think about and treat addiction and those that suffer from it?
- Infertility, ivf and reproductive tourism in Thailand and the region
- Neuroethics: The Practical and the Philosophical
- PATERNITY "FRAUD": IMPLICATIONS FOR MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN AND TAX-PAYERS OF DEFINING BIOLOGICAL PROGENITORS AS THE "REAL" DADS - IAN POTTER FOUNDATION TRAVEL GRANT 2006
- RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN BIOLOGICAL FUNCTION AND ANIMAL PREFERENCES IN STUDYING ANIMAL WELFARE
- THE ETHICS OF PERFORMANCE-ENHANCING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE MILITARY - MELBOURNE EARLY CAREER RESEARCHER GRANT SCHEME 2006
- THE GLOBALISATION OF HEALTH SERVICES: MEDICAL TRAVEL IN ASIA (ARC)
- TRAVEL TO THE 9TH WORLD CONGRESS OF BIOETHICS
- Trust me I m a researcher: The role of trust in the human research enterprise
- WHAT IS THE BIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ELECTROSENSITIVITY IN CRAYFISH
- What makes a parent?
- When informed consent goes poorly: A descriptive study of health care complaints and medical negligence claims
Journal Articles Refereed
- "You're one of us now": young people describe their experience of predictive genetic testing for Huntington Disease (HD) and Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP)
- 'Obstructive and power hungry'?: the Australian human research ethics process
- 1980-2005: Bioethics then and now
- A practical account of autonomy: why genetic counseling is especially well suited to the facilitation of informed autonomous decision making
- A resource-based version of the argument that cloning is an affront to human dignity
- An international survey of predictive genetic testing in children for adult onset conditions
- Articulation and transparency of decision-making by Human Research Ethics Committees
- Cervical manipulation - how might informed consent be obtained before treatment?
- Clinical, ethical and legal considerations in the treatment of newborns with non-ketotic hyperglycinaemia
- Distinct Rural Ethics
- Ethical challenges and responses in harm reduction research: promoting applied communitarian ethics
- Ethically sensitive mental health care: is there a need for a unique ethics for psychiatry?
- Ethics and disability
- Ethics, reflexivity and ‘ethically important moments’ in research
- Expertise in research ethics: is there any such thing?
- Fetal diagnosis - obligations of the clinician: case studies in the prenatal diagnosis of major heart abnormality
- Genetic manipulation and our duty to posterity
- How to faciliate decisions about surplus embryos: patients' views
- How will information about the genetic risk of mental disorders impact on stigma?
- Is there an ethical difference between preimplantation genetic diagnosis and abortion?
- Medical research and involuntary mental health patients: implications of proposed changes to legislation in Victoria
- Nursing ethics in practice: issues for perioperative nursing
- Parental virtue: a new way of thinking about the morality of reproductive actions
- Reading the 'Foreign Skull': An Episode in Nineteenth-Century Colonial Human Dissection
- Refusing to provide a prenatal test: can it ever be ethical?
- Regulation, consultation and divergent community views: the case of access to ART by lesbian and single women
- Religious meddling: comment on Skene and Parker
- Research ethics committees: what is their contribution?
- Respecting patient autonomy and obtaining their informed consent: ethical theory - missing in action
- Secret Ethics Business?
- The Moral Status of Stem Cells
- The debate continues: unique ethics for psychiatry
- The ethical junior: a typology of ethical problems faced by house officers
- The ethics of xenotransplantation: position paper of the Ethics Committee of the International Xenotransplantation Association
- The junior doctor as ethically unique
- The place of quality assurance in managing animal welfare during long distance transport.
- Verifying legislative and customer requirements utilising animal welfare quality assurance
- Women's voices: prenatal diagnosis and care for the disabled
Journal Articles Unrefereed
- An ethics core curriculum for Australasian medical schools: A Position Statement
- Consent in paediatric research: an evaluation of the guidance provided in the 2007 NHMRC National statement on ethical conduct in human research
- Into the Archives: Child Sexual Abuse, Van Dieman's Land, 1838
- Principles for public health action on infectious diseases
- The sanctity of life
Journal Articles Unrefereed Letters Or Notes
- A call for publishers to declare their conflicts of interest
- Book Review on Health Care Ethics by Kath Melia
- Commentary on Spriggs: genetically selected baby free of inherited predisposition to early onset Alzheimer's disease.
- End of life decision-making in paediatrics
- Festschrift edition of the Journal of Medical Ethics in honour of Raanan Gillon.
- In that case: Helen is a 23-year-old woman referred to a gynaecologist (Dr Gregg) by her GP. Response
- Retrospective ethical approval
- Review of "When Death Goes Pop"
Major Reports And Working Papers
Other Refereed Contribution To Refereed Journals
- Is the sale of body parts wrong?
- It's only teeth - are there limits to genetic testing?
- Positive and negative aspects of participation in illicit drug research: Implications for recruitment and ethical conduct
- Privacy: bad for your health?
- Raising the profile of public health ethics in Australia: time for debate
- Revealing the diagnosis of androgen insensitivity syndrome in adulthood
Research Book Chapters