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Bioethics Should Not Be Constrained By Linguistic Oddness or Social Offense

Julian Koplin, Tessa Holzman, Neera Bhatia, Julian Savulescu (2024), Vol. 24, pp. 15-18, American Journal of Bioethics, Oxford, Eng., C1

Secondary use of genomic data: patients’ decisions at point of testing and perspectives to inform international data sharing

M Martyn, E Forbes, L Lee, A Kanga-Parabia, R Weerasuriya, E Lynch, P Gleeson, C Gaff (2024), pp. 1-8, European Journal of Human Genetics, Berlin, Germany, C1

Uninsurable because of a genetic test: A qualitative study of consumer views about the use of genetic test results in Australian life insurance

C Muller, L Gallacher, L Keogh, A McInerney-Leo, T Boughtwood, P Gleeson, K Barlow-Stewart, M Delatycki, I Winship, K Nowak, M Otlowski, P Lacaze, J Tiller (2024), pp. 1-10, European Journal of Human Genetics, Berlin, Germany, C1

Growing Human Organs Inside Animals

Julian Koplin, Neera Bhatia (2023), Vol. I, pp. 607-623, Handbook of Bioethical Decisions, Berlin, Germany, B1

Responding to the ‘crowd’ of voices and opinions in the paediatric clinical space: An ethics perspective

Clare Delany, Bryanna Moore, Neera Bhatia, Elise Burn, Neil Wimalasundera, Anne Preisz (2023), pp. 1-4, Archives of Disease in Childhood, London, Eng., C1

Submission to Senate Inquiry into Universal Access to Reproductive Healthcare

Tania Penovic (2023), [Canberra, A.C.T], A6-1

Invited expert testimony to Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee, Human Rights (Children Born Alive Protection) Bill 2022 (Cth)

Tania Penovic (2023), pp. 31-38, Senate Hansard - Past Public Hearings and Transcripts, Canberra, A.C.T., A6

Financial advisers’ and key informants’ perspectives on the Australian industry-led Moratorium on Genetic Tests in Life Insurance

Casey Haining, Jane Tiller, Margaret Otlowski, Penny Gleeson, Carsten Murawski, Kristine Barlow-Stewart, Paul Lacaze, Aideen McInerney-Leo, Louise Keogh (2023), Vol. 26, pp. 123-134, Public Health Genomics, Basel, Switzerland, C1

The A-GLIMMER (Australian Genetics & Life Insurance Moratorium: Monitoring the Effectiveness and Response) Project: Final Stakeholder Report

Jane Tiller, Penny Gleeson, Aideen McInerney-Leo, Louise Keogh, Kristen Nowak, Kristine Barlow-Stewart, Tiffany Boughtwood, Martin Delatycki, Ingrid Winship, Margaret Otlowski, Paul Lacaze (2023), pp. 1-124, A-GLIMMER FINAL STAKEHOLDER REPORT, Melbourne, Vic., A6

The fall of Roe v Wade, the US anti-abortion movement and its influence in Australia

Tania Penovic (2022), pp. 1037969X2211325-1037969X2211325, Alternative Law Journal, C1

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust v WV [2022] EWCOP 9: The Court of Protection: On balancing risks; best interests and kidney transplantation

N Bhatia (2022), Vol. 19, pp. 357-361, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Berlin, Germany, C1

Heart Transplantation after Circulatory Death: It is time to Redefine Death According to Irreversible Cessation of the Circulation and Reconcile it with Irreversible Cessation of Brain Function

Neera Bhatia, James Tibballs (2022), Vol. 45, pp. 1-31, University of New South Wales Law Journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

Defining the role of facilitated mediation in medical treatment decision-making for critically ill children in the Australian clinical context

A Preisz, N Bhatia, P Michalson (2022), pp. 1-13, Clinical Ethics, London, Eng., C1

White Gold on the Black Market: The Need for Regulation of Banking and Donation of Human Milk in Australia

N Bhatia, J Koplin, A Spadaro (2022), Vol. 48, pp. 165-192, Australian Feminist Law Journal, C1

Donors and Dads online: Emerging Trends and Legal Implications involving the Internet in the Creation of non-traditional Families in Australia

Neera Bhatia, Lily Porceddu (2022), Vol. 43, pp. 912-949, Adelaide Law Review, Adelaide, S.Aust., C1

A step forward, but still inadequate: Australian health professionals’ views on the genetics and life insurance moratorium

J Tiller, L Keogh, A McInerney-Leo, A Belcher, K Barlow-Stewart, T Boughtwood, P Gleeson, G Dowling, A Prince, Y Bombard, Y Joly, M Delatycki, I Winship, M Otlowski, P Lacaze (2022), Vol. 59, pp. 817-826, Journal of medical genetics, England, C1

Health professionals’ views and experiences of the Australian moratorium on genetic testing and life insurance: A qualitative study

Grace Dowling, Jane Tiller, Aideen McInerney-Leo, Andrea Belcher, Casey Haining, Kristine Barlow-Stewart, Tiffany Boughtwood, Penny Gleeson, Martin Delatycki, Ingrid Winship, Margaret Otlowski, Chris Jacobs, Louise Keogh, Paul Lacaze (2022), pp. 1-7, European Journal of Human Genetics, Berlin, Germany, C1

Australian Genetics and Life Insurance Moratorium: Monitoring the Effectiveness and Response (A-GLIMMER) – Interim Stakeholder Report

Penny Gleeson, Jane Tiller, Aideen McInerney-Leo, Louise Keogh, Kristen Nowak, Kristine Barlow-Stewart, Tiffany Boughtwood, Martin Delatycki, Ingrid Winship, Margaret Otlowski, Paul Lacaze (2022), Melbourne, Vic., A6

Queer Approaches to International Adjudication

T Paige, J Stagg (2022), pp. 1-34, Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law, Oxford, UK, B1

Lee (a Pseudonym) v Dhupar [2020] NSWDC 717: Failed Sterilization: Should a Healthy Child be Considered a “Compensable Injury”?

L Porceddu, N Bhatia (2021), Vol. 18, pp. 199-204, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Netherlands, C1

Emptying the Nest Egg to Fill the Nursery: Early Release of Superannuation to Fund Assisted Reproductive Technology

Neera Bhatia, Lily Porceddu (2021), Vol. 44, pp. 513-547, University of New South Wales Law Journal, Kensington, N.S.W., C1

New challenges to the legal definition and medical determination of brain death: A multi-jurisdictional approach – cases from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia

James Tibballs, Neera Bhatia (2021), Vol. 28, pp. 831-854, Journal of law and medicine, Rozelle, N.S.W., C1

Barriers to abortion access in Australia before and during the COVID-19 pandemic

R Sifris, T Penovic (2021), Vol. 86, pp. 1-9, Women's Studies International Forum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

Dignity as a Constitutional Value: Abortion, Political Communication and Proportionality

C Henckels, R Sifris, T Penovic (2021), Vol. 49, pp. 554-568, Federal Law Review, London, Eng., C1-1

Leadership Vacuum and Mask Deniers

Marilyn McMahon, Elizabeth Kirley (2021), pp. 104-133, Outsmarting the Next Pandemic: What COVID-19 Can Teach Us, London, Eng., B1

Study protocol: the Australian genetics and life insurance moratorium-monitoring the effectiveness and response (A-GLIMMER) project

J Tiller, A McInerney-Leo, A Belcher, T Boughtwood, P Gleeson, M Delatycki, K Barlow-Stewart, I Winship, M Otlowski, L Keogh, P Lacaze (2021), Vol. 22, BMC Medical Ethics, England, C1

Medicinal cannabis and driving: the intersection of health and road safety policy

McNamara, J Sarris, M Stevenson,P Gleeson, J Sinclair, P Dietze (2021), Vol. 97, International Journal of Drug Policy, Netherlands, C1

A Panacea for Australia’s COVID-19 Crisis? Weighing Some Legal Implications of Mandatory Vaccination

G Wolf, J Taliadoros, P Gleeson (2021), Vol. 28, pp. 993-1017, Journal of law and medicine, Australia, C1

Deciding For When You Can’t Decide: The Medical Treatment Planning and Decisions Act 2016 (Vic)

Courtney Hempton, Neera Bhatia (2020), Vol. 17, pp. 109-120, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Berlin, Germany, C1

Medical tourism and the best interests of the critically ill child in the era of healthcare globalisation

Neera Bhatia, Giles Birchley (2020), Vol. 28, pp. 696-730, Medical Law Review, Oxford, Eng., C1

We Need to Talk About Rationing: The Need to Normalize Discussion About Healthcare Rationing in a Post COVID-19 Era

N Bhatia (2020), Vol. 17, pp. 731-735, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Netherlands, C1

Whittington Hospital NHS Trust v XX [2020] UKSC 14: The Cost of International Commercial Surrogacy Recoverable as Damages: A Step in the Right Direction?

N Bhatia (2020), Vol. 17, pp. 455-460, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Netherlands, C1

Advancing reproductive rights through legal reform: The example of abortion clinic safe access zones

R Sifris, T Penovic, C Henckels (2020), Vol. 43, pp. 1078-1097, University of New South Wales Law Journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1-1

Well-intentioned but missing the point: The Australian Defence Force approach to addressing conflict-based sexual violence

T Paige and J Stagg (2020), Vol. 29, pp. 468-492, Griffith Law Review, C1

Submission to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights Working Group on Discrimination against Women and Girls, Women’s and girls’ sexual and reproductive health and rights in situations of crisis

Karin Frode, Andrea Olivares Jones, Tania Penovic, Ronli Sifris (2020), Melbourne, Vic., A6-1

The murky ethics of emoji: How shall we regulate a web for good?

Elizabeth Kirley, Marilyn McMahon (2019), Vol. XXVI, pp. 1-45, Richmond journal of law and technology, Richmond, Va., C1

The challenge of medicinal cannabis to the political legitimacy of therapeutic goods regulation in Australia

Penelope Gleeson (2019), Vol. 43, pp. 558-604, Melbourne University law review, Melbourne, Vic., C1-1

Submission to the New Zealand Abortion Legislation Committee: Abortion Legislation Bill, on behalf of Castan Centre for Human Rights Law

Tania Penovic, Ronli Sifris, Caroline Henckels (2019), Melbourne, Vic., A6-1

Submission to the South Australian Law Reform Institute, Abortion: A Review of South Australian Law and Practice, on behalf of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law

Ronli Sifris, Tania Penovic (2019), Melbourne, Vic., A6-1

Submission to the Government of Western Australia Department of Health, Safe Access Zones Proposal for Reform in WA

Tania Penovic, Ronli Sifris (2019), Melbourne, Vic., A6-1

A human rights-based approach to compulsory treatment of young people experiencing mental disorder

J Kotzmann, N Bhatia, M McMahon (2018), Vol. 24, pp. 20-43, Australian journal of human rights, Abingdon, Eng., C1

When is it in a child’s best interests to withhold or withdraw life-sustaining treatment? An evolving Australian jurisprudence

L Willmott, B White, N Bhatia (2018), Vol. 25, pp. 944-972, Journal of law and medicine, New York, N.Y., C1

Anti-abortion protest and the effectiveness of victoria’s safe access zones: An analysis

R Sifris, T Penovic (2018), Vol. 44, pp. 317-340, Monash University Law Review, Clayton, Vic., C1-1

End of life decision-making for (extremely) premature or critically impaired infants

N Bhatia (2017), pp. 249-263, Tensions and traumas in health law, Sydney, N.S.W., B1

The development of property rights over cadaveric tissues and organs: legal obstructions to the procurement of organs in an “opt-out” system of organ donation in Australia and New Zealand

N Bhatia and J Tibballs (2017), Vol. 27, pp. 946-974, New Zealand Universities law review, New York, N.Y., C1

Research fraud by health practitioners and the criminal law

I Freckelton and M McMahon (2017), pp. 433-451, Tensions and Traumas in Health Law, Annandale, NSW, B1

Zolpidem, complex sleep-related behaviour and volition

M McMahon (2016), Vol. 24, pp. 455-477, Journal of law and medicine, Rozelle, N.S.W., C1

Critically impaired infants and end of life decision making : Resource allocation and difficult decisions

Neera Bhatia (2015), Abingdon, Eng., A1

Deficiencies and missed opportunities to formulate clinical guidelines in Australia for withholding or withdrawing life-sustaining treatment in severely disabled and impaired infants

N Bhatia and J Tibballs (2015), Vol. 12(3), pp. 449-459, Journal of bioethical inquiry, Berlin, Germany, C1

Transplantation of the heart after circulatory death of the donor: time for a change in law?

J Tibballs and N Bhatia (2015), Vol. 203, pp. 268-271, Medical journal of Australia, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

Best interests of neonates: Time for a fundamental re-think

N Bhatia and M Bagaric (2013), Vol 20(4) 852-865, Journal of Law and Medicine

Mental harm as an instrument of public policy

Tania Penovic (2008), Vol 15(1) 140-152, Psychiatry, Psychology and Law

Will the law come running? The potential role of “brain fingerprinting” in crime investigation and adjudication in Australia

Kelly Dickson and Marilyn McMahon (2005), Vol 13(2)204-222 Journal of Law and Medicine