Using best interests meetings for people in a prolonged disorder of consciousness to improve clinical and ethical management (14 September, 2017)
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Sometimes, not always, not never: a response to Pickard and Pearce (14 September, 2017)
Public reason and the limited right to conscientious objection: a response to Magelssen (14 September, 2017)
Does the doctrine of double effect apply to the prescription of barbiturates? Syme vs the Medical Board of Australia (12 September, 2017)
Advances in neuroscience imply that harmful experiments in dogs are unethical (24 July, 2017)
Global medical ethics:
3D bioprint me: a socioethical view of bioprinting human organs and tissues (20 March, 2017)
Nudges in a post-truth world (19 May, 2017)
Epistemic injustice in healthcare encounters: evidence from chronic fatigue syndrome (5 December, 2016)
Disorders of consciousness:
When ‘Sanctity of Life’ and ‘Self-Determination’ clash: Briggs versus Briggs  EWCOP 53 – implications for policy and practice (22 June, 2017)