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Bell, Anthony, McDonald, Fiona, & Hobson, Tania (2016) The ethical imperative to move to a seven-day care delivery model. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 13(2), pp. 251-260.
Bhatia, Neera, White, Benjamin P., & Deliens, Luc (2016) How should Australia respond to media-publicised developments on euthanasia in Belgium? Journal of Law and Medicine, 23(4), pp. 835-848.
Kiel-Chisholm, Scott D. (2011) Neural interface systems : a new legal frontier? In International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation 2011 (ICERI2011), 14 - 15 November 2011, Melia Castilla Convention Centre, Madrid. (Unpublished)
McDonald, Fiona & Simpson, Christy (2013) Challenges for rural communities in recruiting and retaining physicians: A fictional tale helps examine the issues. Canadian Family Physician, 59(9), pp. 915-917.
McGee, Andrew (2014) Best interests determinations and substituted judgement : personhood and precedent autonomy. In Foster, Charles, Herring, Jonathan, & Doron, Israel (Eds.) The Law and Ethics of Dementia. Hart Publishing, Oxford, pp. 135-147.
McGee, Andrew (2011) Defending the sanctity of life principle : a reply to John Keown. Journal of Law and Medicine, 18(4), pp. 820-834.
McGee, Andrew (2011) Ending the life of the act/omission dispute: Causation in withholding and withdrawing life-sustaining measures. Legal Studies: Journal of the Society of Legal Scholars, 31(3), pp. 467-491.
McGee, Andrew (2013) Intention, foresight and ending life : a response to "The Double Effect effect" by Charles Foster, Jonathan Herring, Karen Melham and Tony Hope, (CQ 20(1)). Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 22(1), pp. 77-85.
McGee, Andrew (2016) Is there such a thing as a love drug? Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology. (In Press)
McGee, Andrew (2011) Me and my body : the relevance of the difference for the distinction between withdrawing life support and euthanasia. Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 39(4), pp. 671-677.
McGee, Andrew (2011) Omissions, causation and responsibility. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 8(4), pp. 351-361.
McGee, Andrew (2011) When does pain and distress relief hastening death become killing? Transplant Journal of Australasia, 20(3), pp. 6-9.
McGee, Andrew (2014) The potentiality of the embryo and the somatic cell. Metaphilosophy, 45(4-5), pp. 689-706.
McGee, Andrew & Gardiner, Dale (2016) Permanence can be defended. Bioethics. (In Press)
Pieper, Ian James & Thomson, Colin (2011) Contextualising merit and integrity within human research. Monash Biroethics Review, 29(4), 15.1-15.10.
Pieper, Ian James & Thomson, Colin J. H. (2014) The value of respect in human research ethics: A conceptual analysis and a practical guide. Monash Bioethics Review, 32(3-4), pp. 232-253.
Riley, Helen (2013) Confronting the conspiracy of silence and denial of difference for late discovery adoptive persons and donor conceived people. Australian Journal of Adoption, 7(2).
Rimmer, Matthew (2008) Intellectual Property and Biotechnology: Biological Inventions. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, and Northampton, MA, USA.
Schwab, Ivan R., Johnson, Nigel T., & Harkin, Damien G. (2006) Inherent risks associated with manufacture of bioengineered ocular surface tissue. Archives of Ophthalmology, 124(12), pp. 1734-1740.
Simpson, Christy & McDonald, Fiona (2011) 'Any body is better than nobody?' Ethical questions around recruiting and/or retaining health professionals in rural areas. Rural and Remote Health, 11, p. 1867.
White, Benjamin P., McDonald, Fiona, & Willmott, Lindy (2014) Health law : scope, sources and forces. In White, Benjamin P., McDonald, Fiona, & Willmott, Lindy (Eds.) Health Law in Australia [2nd ed.]. Thomson Reuters, Pymont, NSW, pp. 3-22.
White, Benjamin P. & Willmott, Lindy (2014) Double effect and palliative care excuses. In White, Benjamin P., McDonald, Fiona, & Willmott, Lindy (Eds.) Health Law in Australia [2nd ed.]. Thomson Reuters, Pyrmont, NSW, pp. 593-608.
White, Benjamin P., Willmott, Lindy, Close, Eliana, Shepherd, Nicole, Gallois, Cindy, Parker, Malcolm, et al. (2016) What does “futility” mean? An empirical study of doctors’ perceptions. Medical Journal of Australia, 204(8), 318.e1-318.e5.
White, Benjamin P., Willmott, Lindy, & Savulescu, Julian (2014) Voluntary palliated starvation : A lawful and ethical way to die? Journal of Law and Medicine, 22, pp. 376-386.
White, Benjamin P., Willmott, Lindy, & Then, Shih-Ning (2014) Adults who lack capacity : substitute decision-making. In White, Benjamin P., McDonald, Fiona, & Willmott, Lindy (Eds.) Health Law in Australia [2nd ed.]. Thomson Reuters, Pymont, NSW, pp. 193-253.
Willmott, Lindy, White, Ben, Stackpoole, Christopher, Purser, Kelly, & McGee, Andrew (2016) (Failed) voluntary euthanasia law reform in Australia: Two decades of trends, models and politics. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 39(1), pp. 1-46.
Willmott, Lindy, White, Benjamin P., Gallois, Cindy, Parker, Malcolm, Graves, Nicholas, Winch, Sarah, et al. (2016) Reasons doctors provide futile treatment at the end of life: A qualitative study. Journal of Medical Ethics, 42, pp. 496-503.
Willmott, Lindy, White, Benjamin P., & Then, Shih-Ning (2014) Withholding and withdrawing life-sustaining medical treatment. In White, Benjamin P., McDonald, Fiona, & Willmott, Lindy (Eds.) Health Law in Australia [2nd ed.]. Thomson Reuters, Pyrmont, NSW, pp. 543-592.