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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.
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 (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.
Page, Katie (2012) The four principles: Can they be measured and do they predict ethical decision making? BMC Medical Ethics, 13(10).
Sampford, Charles, Smith, Rodney, & Brown, A (2005) From Greek Temple to Bird's Nest: Towards A Theory of Coherence and Mutual Accountability for National Integrity Systems. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 64(2), pp. 96-108.
Then, Shih-Ning (2011) Young children as regenerative tissue donors : considering the need for legal reform in light of divergent ethical approaches. Journal of Law and Medicine, 19(1), pp. 172-195.
Willmott, Lindy, White, Benjamin P., & Downie, Jocelyn (2013) Withholding and withdrawal of ‘futile’ life-sustaining treatment : unilateral medical decision-making in Australia and New Zealand. Journal of Law and Medicine, 20(4), pp. 907-924.