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Alghrani, Amel, Brazier, Margaret, Coggon, John and Quigley, Muireann (2010) Media (mis)conceptions: assisted conception in the spotlight. Bionews, 582, 582.
Ayis, Salma, Arden , Nigel, Doherty, Michael, Pollard, Beth, Johnston, Marie and Dieppe, Paul (2010) Applying the impairment, activity limitation, and participation constructs of the ICF model to osteoarthritis and low back pain trials: A reanalysis. Journal of Rheumatology, 37, (9), 1923-1931. (doi:10.3899/jrheum.091332 ). (PMID:20595283).
Biggs, Hazel and Jones, Caroline (2011) Tourism: a matter of life and death in the UK. In, The Globalization of Health Care: Legal and Ethical Challenges, Cambridge, US, 20 - 21 May 2011.
Biggs, Hazel and Jones, Caroline (2013) Tourism: a matter of life and death in the United Kingdom. In, Cohen, I. Glenn (ed.) The Globalization of Health Care: Legal and Ethical Issues. New York, US, Oxford University Press, 164-181.
Biggs, Hazel, Jones, Caroline and Montgomery, Jonathan (2010) Testing the health of law. In, SLS Annual Conference, Southampton, GB, 13 - 16 Sep 2010.
Blyth, E., Crawshaw, M., Frith, L. and Jones, Caroline (2012) Donor-conceived people's views and experiences of their genetic origins: a critical analysis of the research evidence. Journal of Law and Medicine, 19, (4), 769-789.
Blyth, Eric, Crawshaw, Marilyn, Frith, Lucy, Jones, Caroline and Martin, Nina (2011) Comment. No 'brownie points' for ill-conceived Donation Review. Bionews, (593)
Blyth, Eric, Crawshaw, Marilyn, Frith, Lucy, Jones, Caroline and Speirs, Jennifer (2010) Wither the HFEA and the fate of donor registers? Bionews, 572
Blyth, Eric, Frith, Lucy, Jones, Caroline and Speirs, Jennifer (2009) The role of birth certificates in relation to access to biographical and genetic history in donor conception. International Journal of Children's Rights, 17, (2), 207-233. (doi:10.1163/157181808X389254).
Coggon, John (2012) All to the good? Criminality, politics, and public health. In, Alghrani, Amel, Bennett, Rebecca and Ost, Suzanne (eds.) The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict: Walking the Tightrope. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press. (In Press).
Coggon, John (2006) Arguing about physician-assisted suicide: a response to Steinbock. Journal of Medical Ethics, 32, (6), 339-341. (doi:10.1136/jme.2005.013318 ).
Coggon, John (2010) Assisted dying and the context of debate: 'medical law' versus 'end-of-life law'. [in special issue: Legal Challenges and New Horizons for Medicalised Death and Dying] Medical Law Review, 18, (4), 541-563. (doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwq028). (PMID:21098048).
Coggon, John (2008) Assisting ‘death tourism’: possible prosecution or pragmatic immunity? Cardiff, GB, Cardiff Centre for Ethics, Law, and Society
Coggon, John (2008) Best interests, public interest, and the power of the medical profession. Health Care Analysis, 16, (3), 219-232. (doi:10.1007/s10728-008-0087-7). (PMID:18642085).
Coggon, John (2006) Book review. Aiming to kill: the ethics of suicide and euthanasia. Journal of Medical Ethics, 32, (9), 556. (doi:10.1136/jme.2006.016857 ).
Coggon, John (2010) Book review. Autonomy, consent and the law. Genomics, Society and Policy, 6, (1), 80-86.
Coggon, John (2007) Book review. Death’s dominion—ethics at the end of life. Journal of Medical Ethics, 33, (12), 742. (doi:10.1136/jme.2007.021758 ).
Coggon, John (2012) Book review. Human dignity in bioethics and law. Journal of Law and Society (In Press).
Coggon, John (2011) Confrontations in ‘genethics’: rationalities, challenges, and methodological responses. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 20, (1), 46-55. (doi:10.1017/S0963180110000617). (PMID:21223609).
Coggon, John (2006) Could the right to die with dignity represent a new right to die in English law? Medical Law Review, 14, (2), 219-237. (doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwl002).
Coggon, John (2006) Could the right to die with dignity represent a new right to die in English law? Medical Law Review, 14, (2), 219-237. (doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwl002).
Coggon, John (2010) Does public health have a personality (and if so, does it matter if you don’t like it? Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 19, (2), 235-248. (doi:10.1017/S096318010999051X).
Coggon, John (2010) Doing what’s best: organ donation and intensive care. In, Danbury, Chris, Waldmann, Carl, Newdick, Chris and Lawson, Andrew (eds.) Law and Ethics in Intensive Care. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press.
Coggon, John (2008) Harmful rights-doing? The perceived problem of liberal paradigms and public health. Journal of Medical Ethics, 34, (11), 798-801. (doi:10.1136/jme.2007.024067 ).
Coggon, John (2007) Ignoring the moral and intellectual shape of the law after Bland: the unintended side-effect of a sorry compromise. Legal Studies, 27, (1), 110-125. (doi:10.1111/j.1748-121X.2006.00042.x).
Coggon, John (2011) Intellectual disability, autonomy, and legal rights. European Journal of Health Law, 18, (4), 447-459. (doi:10.1163/157180911X585306).
Coggon, John (2011) On method and resolution in philosophical bioethics. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 20, (2), 159-163. (doi:10.1017/S0963180110000800). (PMID:21435290).
Coggon, John (2008) Problems with claims that Sanctity leads to ‘Pro-Life’ Law, and reasons for doubting it to be a convincing ‘Middle Way’. Medecine and Law, 27, (1), 203-213.
Coggon, John (2010) Prosecutorial policy on encouraging and assisting suicide – how much clearer could it be? Journal of Medical Ethics, 36, (7), 381-382. (doi:10.1136/jme.2010.036996 ).
Coggon, John (2012) Prospective immunity for assisting a suicide?: excuses, justifications, and real politics. King's Law Journal, 23, (2), 195-205. (doi:10.5235/KLJ.23.2.195).
Coggon, John (2010) Recent developments. Expert witness evidence in cases of alleged shaken baby syndrome. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 7, (3), 277-278. (doi:10.1007/s11673-010-9250-6).
Coggon, John (2011) Recent developments. Find the gap: welfare decision-making on behalf of “autonomous adults”. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 8, (1), 11-12. (doi:10.1007/s11673-010-9276-9).
Coggon, John (2009) Recent developments. No right to smoke in high security psychiatric hospitals. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 6, (4), 405-408. (doi:10.1007/s11673-009-9202-1).
Coggon, John (2011) Recent developments. No “de-medicalising” of abortion in English law. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 8, (3), 229-231. (doi:10.1007/s11673-011-9321-3).
Coggon, John (2010) Recent developments. The Amended Suicide Act 1961 and the Director of Public Prosecutions’ policy on encouraging or assisting a suicide. [in special issue: Biopolitics] Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 7, (2), 141-143. (doi:10.1007/s11673-010-9235-5).
Coggon, John (2012) Recent developments. The British Medical Association reinvigorates public debates on U.K. organ donation policy. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 9, (2), 125-127. (doi:10.1007/s11673-012-9370-2).
Coggon, John (2009) Recent developments. Us and Them? The National Health Service and the failed asylum seeker. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 6, (3), 263-265. (doi:10.1007/s11673-009-9174-1).
Coggon, John (2007) Varied and principled understandings of autonomy in English law: justifiable inconsistency or blinkered moralism? Health Care Analysis, 15, (3), 235-255. (doi:10.1007/s10728-007-0062-8). (PMID:17922200).
Coggon, John (2011) What help is a steward? Stewardship, political theory, and public health law and ethics. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 62, (5), 599-616.
Coggon, John (2012) What makes health public? A critical evaluation of moral, legal, and political claims in public health, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 310pp. (Cambridge Bioethics and Law, 15).
Coggon, John (2010) When and why does ‘assisted-dying’ become a problem, and what is the role of the law? Chonnam Law Review, 8, (3), 537-562.
Coggon, John (2012) Would responsible medical lawyers lose their patients? Medical Law Review, 20, (1), 130-149. (doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwr046).
Coggon, John, Brazier, Margaret, Murphy, Paul, Price, David and Quigley, Muireann (2008) Best interests and potential organ donors. British Medical Journal, 336, 1346-1347. (doi:10.1136/bmj.39575.561898.94).
Coggon, John, Ford, Amy and Quigley, Muireann (2011) Introduction: medical law and ethics in the media spotlight. [in special issue: Medical Law and Ethics in the Media Spotlight] Medical Law International, 11, (3), 177-180. (doi:10.1177/096853321101100301 ).
Coggon, John, Hammond, Natasha and Holm, Søren (2008) Transsexuals in sport – fairness and freedom, regulation and law. Sports, Ethics and Philosophy, 2, (1), 4-17. (doi:10.1080/17511320801896091).
Coggon, John and Holm, Søren (2007) The Assisted Dying Bill – ‘death tourism’ and European law. In, Gunning, Jennifer and Holm, Søren (eds.) Ethics, Law and Society. Volume III. Aldershot, GB, Ashgate.
Coggon, John and Murphy, Paul (2011) Ante-mortem issues affecting deceased donation: an ethico-legal perspective. In, Farrell, Anne-Maree, Price, David and Quigley, Muireann (eds.) Organ Shortage: Ethics, Law and Pragmatism. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 136-148. (Cambridge Law, Medicine and Ethics, 13).
Coggon, John and Wheeler, Robert (2010) Confidence and conflicts of duty in surgery. Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, 92, (2), 113-117. (doi:10.1038/sj.bdj.2010.538). (PMID:20353640).
Crozier, Ivan and Rees, Gethin (2012) Making a space for medical expertise: medical knowledge of sexual assault and the construction of boundaries between forensic medicine and the law in late nineteenth-century England. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 8, (2), 317-335. (doi:10.1177/1743872110381558).
Davey, James and Coggon, John (2006) Insurance risk? New Law Journal, 156, (7218), 544-545.
Davey, James and Coggon, John (2006) Life assurance and consensual death: law making for the rationally suicidal. Cambridge Law Journal, 65, (3), 521-548. (doi:10.1017/S0008197306007215).
England, Ruth, England, Tim and Coggon, John (2007) The ethical and legal implications of deactivating an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator in a terminally ill cancer patient. Journal of Medical Ethics, 33, (9), 541-544. (17761824). (PMID:10.1136/jme.2006.017657 ).
England, Ruth, England, Tim and Coggon, John (2007) The ethical and legal implications of deactivating an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator in a terminally ill cancer patient. Journal of Medical Ethics, 33, (9), 538-540. (doi:10.1136/jme.2006.017657). (PMID:17761824).
Fenwick, Angela (2010) Clinical ethics committee case 11: Is the insertion of a percutaneous endoscopic gastronomy in our patient's best interests? Clinical Ethics, 5, 118-121. (doi:10.1258/ce.2010.010020).
Fenwick, Angela (2014) Medical ethics and law: assessing the core curriculum. Journal of Medical Ethics, 1-2. (doi:10.1136/medethics-2013-101329).
Fenwick, Angela, Johnston, Carolyn, Knight, Rhona, Testa, Georgia and Tillyard, Andrew (2013) Medical ethics and law: a practical guide to the assessment of the core content of learning. A report from the Education Steering Group of the Institute of Medical Ethics. Old Bussage, GB, Institute of Medical Ethics, 56pp.
Finnie, T.J.R., Copley, V.R., Hall, I.M. and Leach, S. (2014) An analysis of influenza outbreaks in institutions and enclosed societies. Epidemiology and Infection, 142, (1), 107-113. (doi:10.1017/S0950268813000733). (PMID:22357982).
Flower, Andrew, Lewith, George and Little, Paul (2010) Combining rigour with relevance: a novel methodology for testing Chinese herbal medicine. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 134, (2), 373-378. (doi:10.1016/j.jep.2010.12.025). (PMID:21187138).
Gurnham, D. (2013) Editorial. Criminalising contagion: ethical, legal and clinical challenges of prosecuting the spread of disease and sexually transmitted infections. [in special issue: Criminalisation of Infection and Disease] Sexually Transmitted Infections, 89, (4), 274-275. (doi:10.1136/sextrans-2013-051156). (PMID:23687127).
Gurnham, D. (2013) Editorial. Special 20th anniversary issue of Medical Law International: 'Best interests in an age of human rights'. Medical Law International, 13, (1), 3-5. (doi:10.1177/0968533213478648).
Gurnham, David (2012) Risky sex and manly diversions: contours of consent in HIV-transmission and rough horseplay cases. In, Alghrani, Amel, Bennett, Rebecca and Ost, Suzanne (eds.) The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict: Walking the Tightrope. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press. (Cambridge Bioethics and Law, 1 ).
Hanson, Clare (2008) Bestselling bodies: mourning, melancholia and the female forensic pathologist. [in special issue: Contemporaray Women's Writing] Women: A Cultural Review, 19, (1), 87-100. (doi:10.1080/09574040801920011).
Holloway, J.W., Doull, I., Begishvili, B., Beasley, R., Holgate, S.T. and Howell, W. M. (1996) Lack of evidence of a significant association between HLA-DR, DQ and DP genotypes and atopy in families with HDM allergy. Clinical & Experimental Allergy, 26, (10), 1142-1149. (doi:10.1111/j.1365-2222.1996.tb00500.x). (PMID:8911699).
Holm, Søren and Coggon, John (2009) A cautionary note against ‘precautionary reasoning’ in action guiding morality. Ratio Juris, 22, (2), 295-309.
Jones, C. and Holme, I. (2013) Relatively (im)material: mtDNA and genetic relatedness in law and policy. Life Sciences, Society and Policy, 9, (4), 1-14. (doi:10.1186/2195-7819-9-4).
Jones, Caroline (2007) Book review. The status of the family in law and bioethics: the genetic context. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 19, (2), 269-274.
Jones, Caroline (2012) The challenges of mitochondrial donation. In, Nuffield Council on Bioethics Working Group on Mitochondrial Donation: Evidence Session, London, GB,
Jones, Caroline (2007) Changing conceptions of welfare. Journal of Fertility Counselling, 14, (2), 35-40.
Jones, Caroline (2008) Exploring the routes from consultation to (in)forming public policy. In, Freeman, Michael (ed.) Current Legal Issues: Law and Bioethics. Law and Bioethics Colloquium Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 257-285.
Jones, Caroline (2009) The identification of ‘parents’ and ‘siblings’: new possibilities under the reformed Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act. In, Wallbank, Julie, Choudhry, Shazia and Herring, Jonathan (eds.) Rights, Gender and Family Law. Oxford, UK, Routledge GlassHouse, 219-238.
Jones, Caroline (2011) The (im)possible parents in law. In, Lind, Craig, Keating, Heather and Bridgeman, Jo (eds.) Taking Responsibility: Law and the Changing Family. Aldershot, GB, Ashgate, 201-220. (Family Law).
Jones, Caroline (2011) The legal and policy challenges of mitochondrial donation. Annual Forward Look Seminar Nuffield Council on Bioethics, London, GB, 19 - 20 May 2011.
Jones, Caroline (2005) Looking like a family: negotiating bio-genetic continuity in British lesbian families using licensed donor insemination. Sexualities, 8, (2), 221-237. (doi:10.1177/1363460705050856).
Jones, Caroline (2006) Parents in law: subjective impacts and status implications around the use of licensed donor insemination. In, Diduck, Alison and O'Donovan, Katherine (eds.) Feminist Perspectives on Family Law. Oxford, GB, Routledge-Cavendish, 75-99. (Feminist Perspectives).
Jones, Caroline (2012) Relatively (im)material? Mitochondrial DNA and genetic relatedness in legal discourse. Interdisciplinary Dialogue: the Genetic Family in Question, Manchester, GB, 10 May 2012.
Jones, Caroline (2007) Why donor insemination requires developments in family law: the need for new definitions of parenthood, Lewiston, US, Edwin Mellen Press, 328pp. (Hors Série).
London, Leslie, Coggon, David, Moretto, Angelo, Westerholm, Peter, Wilks, Martin and Colosio, Claudio (2010) The ethics of human volunteer studies involving experimental exposure to pesticides: unanswered dilemmas. Environmental Health, 9, 50. (doi:10.1186/1476-069X-9-50). (PMID:20718963).
Long-Sutehall, Tracy and Sque , Magi (2007) An update on initiatives to increase organ donation: A UK perspective. British Journal of Transplantation , 2, (2), 10-15.
Lucassen, Anneke (2005) Response to ethical dissections of the case. In, Ashcroft, Richard, Lucassen, Anneke, Parker, Michael, Verkerk, Marian and Widdershoven, Guy (eds.) Case Analysis in Clinical Ethics. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 213-224.
Lucassen, Anneke, Parker, Michael and Wheeler, Robert (2006) Ethics - Implications of data protection legislation for family history. British Medical Journal, 332, (7536), 299-301. (doi:10.1136/bmj.332.7536.299).
Lucassen, Anneke M., Parker, Michael and Wheeler, Robert (2004) Role of next of kin in accessing health records of deceased relatives. British Medical Journal, 328, (7445), 952-953. (doi:10.1136/bmj.328.7445.952).
Montgomery, Jonathan (2012) The compleat lawyer - medical law as practical reasoning: doctrine, empiricism and engagement. [in special issue: Across the Spectrum of Medical Law: a Special Issue in Honour of Margaret Brazier] Medical Law Review, 20, (1), Winter Issue, 8-28. (doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwr034).
Montgomery, Jonathan (2010) Reflections on the nature of ‘public ethics'. Consent and Organ Donation, Keele, England,
Montgomery, Jonathan (2010) Testing of children: legal aspects. Genethics Club , England, GB,
Nwabueze, Remigius N. (2008) Donated organs, property rights and the remedial quagmire. Medical Law Review, 16, (2), Summer Issue, 201-224. (doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwn004). (PMID:18413357).
Nwabueze, Remigius Nnamdi (2013) Body parts in property theory: an integrated framework. Journal of Medical Ethics, [6pp]. (doi:10.1136/medethics-2012-100815).
Ost, Suzanne and Biggs, Hazel (2012) 'Consensual' sexual activity between doctors and patients: a matter for the criminal law? In, Alghrani, Amel, Bennet, Rebecca and Ost, Suzanne (eds.) Bioethics, Medicine and the Criminal Law Volume I: The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict: Walking the Tightrope. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 102-117. (Cambridge Bioethics and Law).
Pritchard, C. and Bagley, C. (2001) Suicide and murder in child murderers and child sexual abusers. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 12, (2), 269-286.
Raftery, James P. (2008) Paying for costly pharmaceuticals: regulation of new drugs in Australia, England and New Zealand. Medical Journal of Australia, 188, (1), 26-28. (PMID:18205559).
Rees, Gethin (2012) Whose credibility is it anyway: professional authority and relevance in forensic nurse examinations of sexual assault survivors. Review of European Studies, 4, (4), 110-120. (doi:10.5539/res.v4n4p110).
Renwick, A.G. (2004) Toxicology databases and the concept of thresholds of toxicological concern as used by the JECFA for the safety evaluation of flavouring agents. Toxicology Letters, 149, (1-3), 223-234. (doi:10.1016/j.toxlet.2003.12.034).
Roushan, G and Manville, G (2007) A Framework for the Potential Role of Information Specialists as Change Agents in Performance Management. In, European Research in Management (ERIMA), Biarittz, France, 15th -17th March, 2007 ,
Salwani, Farah (2012) A socio-legal study on organ shortage in Malaysia. University of Southampton, School of Law , Doctoral Thesis , 346pp.
Scott, Clare, Walker , Jan, White, Peter and Lewith, George (2011) Forging convictions: the effects of active participation in a clinical trial. Social Science & Medicine, 72, (12), 2041-2048. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.04.021). (PMID:21636195).
Senior, J., Birmingham, L., Harty, L., Hassan, A., Hayes, J., Kendall, K., King, C., Lathlean, J., Lowthian, C., Mills, A., Webb, R., Thornicroft, G. and Shaw, J. (2013) Identification and management of prisoners with severe psychiatric illness by specialist mental health services. Psychological Medicine, 43, (7), 1-10. (doi:10.1017/S0033291712002073). (PMID:23084321).
Van Staa, T.P., Abenhaim, L., Cooper, C., Zhang, B. and Leufkens, H.G. (2000) The use of a large pharmacoepidemiological database to study exposure to oral corticosteroids and risk of fractures: validation of study population and results. Pharmacoepidemiology & Drug Safety, 9, (5), 359-366. (doi:10.1002/1099-1557(200009/10)9:5<359::AID-PDS507>3.0.CO;2-E). (PMID:19025840).
Vernon, W., Parry, A. and Potter, M. (2003) Consensus obtained in a Delphi study of shoe wear pattern experiences amongst podiatrists. Journal of Forensic Identification, 53, (1), 15 - 41.
Williams, Robin and Johnson, Paul (2006) Inclusiveness, effectiveness and intrusiveness: Issues in the developing uses of DNA profiling in support of criminal investigations. Journal of Law Medicine & Ethics, 34, (2), 234-247. (doi:10.1111/j.1748-720X.2006.00030.x).