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- CAN AND SHOULD WE LINK DATA AT A NATIONAL LEVEL? VACCINE SAFETY SURVEILLANCE: A CASE STUDY
- COMPLIANCE WITH ADVERSE EVENT REPORTING REQUIREMENTS IN CANCER CLINICAL TRIALS
- HUMAN OOCYTES FOR STEM CELL RESEARCH: DONATION AND REGULATION IN AUSTRALIA
- INDIGENOUS ETHICS NETWORK - CP# 207
- THE IMPACT OF THE NEW POST MORTEM CONSENT PROCEDURE ON RECENTLY BEREAVED PARENTS
- 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
- Attitudes to genetic research among Indigenous people in Western Australia
- TRAVEL TO THE 9TH WORLD CONGRESS OF BIOETHICS
- 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 experiences of predictive genetic testing for Huntington disease (HD) and familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP)
- 'Are you asking me if we had sex to conceive?' To whom do parents of twins disclose mode of conception and what do they feel about being asked?
- 'Obstructive and power hungry'?: the Australian human research ethics process
- 'Would you like to talk about your future treatment options?' - discussing the transition from curative cancer treatment to palliative care
- 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
- Academic medical centers' standards for clinical-trial agreements with industry
- An international survey of predictive genetic testing in young people for adult onset conditions
- Articulation and transparency of decision-making by Human Research Ethics Committees.
- Attitudes to genetic testing for deafness: the importance of informed choice.
- Barriers to the provision of evidence-based psychosocial care in oncology
- Cervical manipulation--how might informed consent be obtained before treatment?
- Clinical trials registries: A reform that is past due
- Clinical, ethical and legal considerations in the treatment of newborns with non-ketotic hyperglycinaemia
- Desire for hastened death in patients with advanced disease and the evidence base of clinical guidelines: a systematic review
- Disclosing harmful medical errors to patients
- Ethically sensitive mental health care: is there a need for a unique ethics for psychiatry?
- 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
- Geographic Variation in Informed Consent Law: Two standards for disclosure of treatment risks.
- Hospital disclosure practices: Results of a national survey
- How to facilitate decisions about surplus embryos: patients' views
- How will information about the genetic risk of mental disorders impact on stigma?
- In private practice, informed consent is interpreted as providing explanations rather than offering choices: a qualitative study
- Medical research and involuntary mental health patients: implications of proposed changes to legislation in Victoria.
- Multiple supervisors from multiple disciplines: lessons from the past as multidisciplinary supervision becomes the way of the future
- Parental virtue: A new way of thinking about the morality of reproductive actions
- Patients' self-report and family caregivers' perception of quality of life in patients with advanced cancer: how do they compare?
- Psychosocial issues for people with advanced cancer: Overcoming the research challenges
- Publishing ethics in psychiatry
- Research ethics committees: what is their contribution?
- Researchers' views of the acceptability of restrictive provisions in clinical trial agreements with industry sponsors.
- Resettling Refugees in Rural and Regional Australia: Learning from Recent Policy and Program Initiatives
- Respecting patient autonomy and obtaining their informed consent: ethical theory - missing in action
- Responding to desire to die statements from patients with advanced disease: recommendations for health professionals
- Secret ethics business?
- The Impact Factor: Time for change
- The debate continues: unique ethics for psychiatry
- The ethical junior: a typology of ethical problems faced by house officers
- The junior doctor as ethically unique
- The rise of litigation in human subjects research
Journal Articles Unrefereed
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
- End of life decision-making in paediatrics
- Ethics, molecular biology, and sports medicine.
- Euthanasia - a clinical and professional issue for nurses
- In that case: Helen is a 23-year-old woman referred to a gynaecologist (Dr Gregg) by her GP. Response.
- The medicolegal aspects of automatism in mild head injury
Major Reports And Working Papers
Other Refereed Contribution To Refereed Journals
- Advance directives in action in a regional palliative care service: "road testing" the provisions of the Medical Treatment Act 1988 (VIC).
- Debate: should Australia move towards a centralized ethics committees system? The case for
- Democracy or dictatorship at the bedside?
- Ethics in practice - Revealing the diagnosis of androgen insensitivity syndrome in adulthood
- Lessons from the NHS National Programme for IT
- 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
- Youth health research ethics: time for a mature-minor clause?
Research Book Chapters