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Book

Smith, Malcolm K. (2014) LexisNexis Questions and Answers : Medical Law. LexisNexis Questions and Answers. LexisNexis Butterworths, Sydney, Australia.

Book Chapter

Bennett, Belinda & Smith, Malcolm K. (2014) Assisted reproductive technology. In White, Benjamin P., McDonald, Fiona, & Willmott, Lindy (Eds.) Health Law in Australia [2nd ed.]. Thomson Reuters (Australia/NZ)/Lawbook Ltd., Sydney, pp. 413-442.

Smith, Malcolm K. & Trowse, Pip (2013) Surrogacy and in vitro fertilisation. In The Queensland Law Handbook : Your Practical Guide to the Law [12th edition]. Caxton Legal Centre Inc, Brisbane,QLD, pp. 240-243.

Journal Article

Smith, Malcolm K. (2015) Children with gender dysphoria deserve better from the law. The Conversation, March(4).

Smith, Malcolm K. & Mathews, Ben (2015) Treatment for gender dysphoria in children : the new legal, ethical and clinical landscape. Medical Journal of Australia, 202(2), pp. 102-105.

Carver, Tracey & Smith, Malcolm K. (2014) Medical negligence, causation and liability for non-disclosure of risk : a post-wallace framework and critique. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 37(3), pp. 972-1018.
Number of full-text downloads 36

Willmott, Lindy, White, Ben, Smith, Malcolm K., & Wilkinson, Dominic J. C. (2014) Withholding and withdrawing life-sustaining treatment in a patient's best interests : Australian judicial deliberations. Medical Journal of Australia, 201(9), pp. 545-547.

Willmott, Lindy, White, Benjamin P., & Smith, Malcolm K. (2014) “Best interests” and withholding and withdrawing life-sustaining treatment from an adult who lacks capacity in the parens patriae jurisdiction. Journal of Law and Medicine, 21(4), pp. 920-941.
Number of full-text downloads 163

Smith, Malcolm K. & Stepanov, Nikola (2014) School-based youth health nurses and adolescent decision-making concerning reproductive and sexual health advice : how can the law guide healthcare practitioners in this context? Contemporary Nurse : Health Care Across the Lifespan, 47(1-2), pp. 42-50.
Number of citations in Scopus 1
Number of citations in Web of Science® 1

Knight, Christine & Smith, Malcolm K. (2013) Editorial: The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008. New Genetics & Society, 32(2), pp. 107-118.

Smith, Malcolm K., Willmott, Lindy, Trowse, Pip, & White, Benjamin P. (2013) Back to the future : prohibiting surrogacy for singles, same-sex and shorter-term heterosexual couples in Queensland. Journal of Law and Medicine, 20(3), pp. 638-654.
Number of full-text downloads 258
Number of citations in Scopus 1

Trowse, Pip & Smith, Malcolm K. (2012) Surrogacy laws in Queensland: one step forward and two steps back? The Queensland Lawyer, 32(3), pp. 123-127.
Number of full-text downloads 510

Smith, Malcolm K. & Knight, Christine (2011) The human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 : a multidisciplinary workshop. SCRIPTed : A Journal of Law, Technology & Society, 8(1), pp. 107-111.
Number of full-text downloads 129

Smith, Malcolm K. (2008) A minor's health rights. Lawyers Weekly, Nov(28).

Conference Paper

Smith, Malcolm K. (2007) Reviewing Access to Assisted Reproductive Technology for the Creation of 'Saviour Siblings': Limits on the Basis of Genetic Disposition? In The Australasian Bioethics Association and The Australian and New Zealand Institute of Health, Law and Ethics Joint Conference 2007. Health, Bioethics and the Law: Inclusions and Exclusions, 28 November to 1 December, 2007, Melbourne, Australia.
Number of full-text downloads 1,433

Conference Item

Smith, Malcolm K. & Carver, Tracey (2013) Liability in negligence and the failure to disclose multiple risks in surgery : I would have been willing to run the risk. In Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law Conference 2013, 11-14 July 2013, Sydney University Law School, Sydney, Australia. (Unpublished)
Number of full-text downloads 25

Smith, Malcolm K. (2012) Creating 'saviour siblings' : the notion of harming by conceiving in the context of healthy children. In Selective Reproductive Technologies : Routes of Routinisation and Globalisation, 13-15 December 2012, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen. (Unpublished)

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