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M, Brazier and S Ost Bioethics, Medicine and the Criminal Law: Medicine and Bioethics in the Theatre of the Criminal Process (Cambridge University Press, 2013)

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Alghrani, Bennett and S Ost (eds) book Bioethics, Medicine and the Criminal Law (Cambridge University Press, 2012)

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Sara Fovargue, Xenotransplantation and Risk: Regulating a Developing Biotechnology (Cambridge University Press, 2012)

Voigt, K., Nicholls, S. & Williams, G. Childhood obesity: ethical and policy issues (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014)

 

Selected Recent Journal Papers

Levitt M, ‘Genes, environment and responsibility for violent behaviour: ‘Whatever genes one has it is preferable that you are prevented from going around stabbing people’ (2013) New Genetics and Society  32:1 pp.4-17.

Levitt M, (2013) ‘Perceptions of nature, nurture and behaviour’ Life Sciences Society and Policy 9:13

Fovargue, S, ‘The (Ab)use of Those With No Other Hope? Ethical and Legal Safeguards for Recipients of Experimental Procedures’ (2013) 22(3) Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics

Fovargue, S, ‘Doctrinal Incoherence or Practical Problem? Minor Parents Consenting to their Offspring’s Medical Treatment and Involvement in Research in England and Wales’, (2013) Child and Family Law Quarterly

Fovargue, S, ‘Exposing the limits of the law?: Biotechnological challenges to global health’, Current Legal Issues, Law and Global Health, (OUP, 2013)

Fovargue, S and Ost, S, ‘Does the Theoretical Framework Change the Legal End Result for Mature Minors Refusing Medical Treatment or Creating Self-generated Pornography?’ (2013) Medical Law International

Levitt M, ‘Genes, environment and responsibility for violent behaviour: ‘Whatever genes one has it is preferable that you are prevented from going around stabbing people’ (2012) New Genetics and Society

Williams, G, 'Children as means and ends in large-scale research,' Bioethics, 26 (8) (October 2012), 422-430

Williams, G, 'Responsibility' in Ruth Chadwick (ed), Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, 2nd edition (Academic Press, San Diego, 2012: volume 3, 821-828)

Williams, G & Chadwick, R, 'Responsibilities for Health Care: Kantian Reflections,' Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 21(2) (April 2012), 155-165 

Fovargue, S, 'Bioethical Conflict and Developing Biotechnologies: Is Protecting Individual and Public Health from the Risks of Xenotransplantation a Matter for the (Criminal) Law?, in  Alghrani, A, Bennett, R and Ost, S (eds.), The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict, 2012.

Fovargue, S, 'The (ab)use of those with no other hope? Ethical and legal safeguards for the first recipients of experimental procedures' (2012) Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics.

Fovargue, S, 'The Human Embryo and Biomedical Research in the UK' in Biolaw: An International Perspective on the Human Embryo (2012), in English and translated into Spanish.

Manson, N 2012, 'Epistemic Restraint and the Vice of Curiosity', (2012) Philosophy.

Manson, N (ed), Reading Onora O'Neill, Routledge, 2012 (with Dave Archard, Monique Deveaux, Daniel Weinstock).

Ost, S, '"Consensual" Sexual Activity between Doctors and Patients: A Matter for the Criminal Law?' Book chapter for A Alghrani, R Bennett and S Ost (eds.), The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict, 2012. With Hazel Biggs.

Ost, S, 'When Criminal Law Encounters Bioethics: A Case of Tensions and Incompatibilities or an Apt Forum for Resolving Ethical Conflict?', in A Alghrani, R Bennett and S Ost (eds.), The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict, 2012. With A Alghrani and R Bennett.

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