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Ahead of print ¦ 2010 ¦ 2009 ¦ 2008

Forthcoming publications 2010

Doing What's Best: Organ Donation and Intensive Care
Ethics and Law in Critical Care
John Coggon

The Family, Medical Decision-Making and Biotechnology
East Asian Science, Technology and Society
Sarah Chan

Chapter: Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Family Formation: how womb transplant technology will transform the concept of the ‘family’ in far greater ways than the state could have envisaged’
Taking Responsibility: Law and the Changing Family, J.Bridgeman, H. Keating, C. Lind (eds)
Amel Alghrani

Ectogenesis : Replacing the Womb
Encyclopaedia of Applied Ethics
Amel Alghrani

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2010

Jan ¦ Mar ¦ Apr ¦ May ¦ June

June

Patents in synthetic biology
British Medical Journal
Sarah Chan and John Sulston

The Amended Suicide Act 1961 and the Director of Public Prosecutions' Policy on Encouraging or Assisting a Suicide
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry
John Coggon

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May

Time to move to presumed consent for organ donation
British Medical Journal
John Harris and Sheila Bird

The ethical and scientific case for phase 2C clinical trials
The Lancet Oncology
John Harris, Sarah W Chan, Ying-Kiat Zee and Gordon C Jayson.

Exercise and eating disorders
Routledge Publishing
Simona Giordano

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April

A reply to 'The Rise of Juristocracy' by James Grant
The Wilson Quarterly
Annabelle Lever

Does Public Health Have a Personality (and If So, Does It Matter If You Don't Like It)?
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics
John Coggon

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March

Confidence and conflicts of duty in surgery
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England Journal

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January

Consequentialism without consequences: ethics and embryo research
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics
Sarah Chan and John Harris

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2009

Jan ¦ Feb ¦ Mar ¦ Jun ¦ Jul ¦ Sep ¦ Oct ¦ Nov

Chapter: Immortal Happiness
Philosophy and Happiness, Lisa Bortolotti (ed), Palgrve MacMillam 2009
Muireann Quigley, John Harris

Chapter: Transhumanity: A Moral vision of the Twenty-First Century
Ethics and Humanity: Themes from the Philosophy of Jonathan Glover. Ed N. Anne Davies, Richard Keshen and Jeff McMahan
John Harris

Chapter: Deciding between patients
A companion to Bioethics. Ed Peter Singer and Helga Kuhse. 2nd Edition in press publication 2009.
John Harris

Chapter: To Fail to Enhance is to Disable
Philosophical Reflections on Disability, H.T. Engelhardt (ed), Springer Science 2009
Muireann Quigley, John Harris

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November

Viability and Abortion: Lessons From Ectogenesis?
Expert Review of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Amel Alghrani

Agency, Duties and the ‘Ashley Treatment’
Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol 35, Issue 11, P658-661
Iain Brassington (co-author)

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October

Is the International Regulation of Biotechnology Coherent?
Journal of International Biotechnology Law, Vol.6.
Catherine Rhodes

Separating ‘the rights of’ and ‘Justice for’ Bombers
American Journal of Bioethics, Vol 9, Issue 10, P59-61
Iain Brassington

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September

Why the IPR system is acting as an impediment to development
Transforming Management. Issue one of Manchester Business School's magazine.
John Sulston, Sarah Chan

Recent Developments
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 6:3, 263-268
John Coggon, Cameron Steward, Laura Williamson

Consequences of Failure to Apply International Standards for Biosafety and Biosecurity: The 2007 Foot-and-Mouth Disease Outbreak in the UK
Applied Biosafety, Vol 4
Catherine Rhodes

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July

Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Gametes: Truth and (Potential) consequences
Cell Stem Cell, 5:1, 11-14
John Harris (co-author)

Should we enhance animals?
Journal of Medical Ethics
Sarah Chan

More than cautionary tales: fiction and bioethics
Journal of Medical Ethics, 35(7):398-399
Sarah Chan

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June

Is it acceptable for people to take methyphenidate to enhance performance? John Harris debated whether the use of drugs, like Ritalin should be allowed in the BMJ’s ‘Head to Head’ section.
BMJ online
John Harris

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May

A Bazaar Concept-Biobazaar: Open Source Revolution and Biotechnology Review
Bioscience Vol 59 (5)
Catherine Rhodes

A Cautionary Note Against "Precautionary Reasoning" in Action Guiding Morality
Ratio Juris 22:2, 295-309
Søren Holm, John Coggon

Spring

Restricting Movement or Depriving Liberty?
Journal of mental Health Law
Neil Allen

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March

A moral maze for Members
The House Magazine Policy focus | Issue 1293 | Wednesday 4th March 2009
John Harris, John Sulston

A Right to Reproduce
Bioethics
Muireann Quigley

Free riders and pious sons: why science research remains obligatory
Bioethics, 23(3):161-171
Sarah Chan, John Harris

Politics of risk and EU governance of human material.
Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law. 2009: vol 16, issue 1
Anne-Maree Farrell

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February

Is Compulsory Voting Justified?
Public Reason 1.1. 45-62
Annabelle Lever

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January

Racial Profiling and Jury Trials in ‘Debate: Ethical Issues in Racial Profiling’
The Jury Expert 21.1 20-35
Annabelle Lever

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2008

Jan ¦ Feb ¦ Mar ¦ Apr ¦ Jun ¦ Jul ¦ Aug ¦ Oct ¦ Nov ¦ Dec

Chapter: Personal or Public Heath
International Public Health and Ethics, M. Boylan (ed) Springer Science and Business Media B.V. 2008
Muireann Quigley, John Harris

Enhancing Me, Enhancing You: Academic Enhancement as a Moral Duty
Expositions: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities 2.2 157-62
Muireann Quigley

Chapter: Global Norms, Informed Consensus and Hypocrisy in Bioethics
Global Bioethics. Ed Ronald M Green, Aine Donovan and Steven A. Jauss
John Harris

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December

Science and ethics
Biochemist 30(6)
John Sulston

Towards responsible use of cognitive-enhancing drugs by the healthy
Nature 2008; 456, 702-705
John Harris (co-author)

Commentary public health, responsibility and English law: are there such things as no smoke without ire or needless clean needles?
Medical Law Review 2008, Page 1 of 13
John Coggon

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November

Assisting ‘Death Tourism’: Possible Prosecution Or Pragmatic Immunity?http://www.ccels.cf.ac.uk/archives/issues/2008/coggon.pdf
John Coggon

Harmful rights-doing? The perceived problem of liberal paradigms and public health
Journal of Medical Ethics 34;798-801
John Coggon

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October

Chapter: Is it Ethical to patent Human Genes?
Intellectual property and Theories of Justice Ed A. Gosseries, A. Marciano and A. Strowel, Palgrave, 2008
Annabelle Lever

Facial allograft transplants: where’s the catch?
Journal of Medical Ethics 34(10)
B E White and I Brassington

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August

On acts, omissions and responsibility
Journal of Medical Ethics 34(8)
John Coggon

Best Interests: A Reappraisal
Health Care Anal (2008) 16:193–196
John Coggon, Søren Holm

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July

Humanity 2.0? Enhancement, evolution and the possible futures of humanity
EMBO Rep, 2008:9 (Suppl 1): s70-4
Sarah Chan

Best Interests, Public Interest, and the Power of the Medical Profession
Health Care Anal (2008) 16:219–232
John Coggon

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June

Best interests and potential organ donors
BJM 336; 1346-1347
John Coggon, Margaret Brazier, Paul Murphy, David Price and Muireann Quigley

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April

The organs crisis and the Spanish model: theoretical versus pragmatic considerations
Journal of Medical Ethics 34(4)
Muireann Quigley, Margaret Brazier, Ruth Chadwick, Monica Navarro Michel and David Paredes

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March

Mrs. Aremac and the Camera: A Response to Ryberg
Res Publica: A Journal of Legal and Social Philosophy, 14.1 35-42
Annabelle Lever

Problems with claims that Sanctity leads to 'Pro-Life' Law, and reasons for doubting it to be a convincing 'Middle Way'
Medicine and Law 27:1, 203-13
John Coggon

Enhancement is good for you!: understanding the ethics of genetic enhancement
Gene therapy 2008 15(5):338-9
John Harris, Sarah Chan

“Enhancing Evolution”: the next step? Commissioned book review of ‘Enhancing Evolution’ (John Harris)
EMBO Reports 2008, 9(3): 227
Sarah Chan

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February

A Liberal Defence of Compulsory Voting: Some Reasons For Scepticism
Politics 28.1, 61-64
Annabelle Lever

Adam’s fibroblast? The (pluri)potential of iPCs
Journal of Medical Ethics 34(2)
Sarah Chan, John Harris

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January

Lives in a chiaroscuro. Should we suspend the puberty of children with gender identity disorder?
J. Med. Ethics 2008;34;580-584
S Giordano

Humans have always tried to improve their condition
Nature 2008; 451
Murieann Quigley, John Harris

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