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Jonathan Tellechea Luzardo
Leanne Hobbs
Dr Lenka Pelechova
Professor Simon Woods
Professor Natalio Krasnogor
et al.
Versioning biological cells for trustworthy cell engineering2022
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Simon Woods
Art, Authenticity and Citizenship for People Living with Dementia in a Care Home 2021
Professor Simon Woods
Dr Vibeke Graven
Intentions and the Doctrine of Double Effect2020
Dr Kenneth Taylor
Professor Simon Woods
Reflections on the practice of Responsible (Research and) Innovation in synthetic biology2020
Professor Simon Woods
Commentary 1: The Role of Ethical Reflexivity in Conducting Ethically Challenging Qualitative Research2019
Dr Jennifer Hallinan
Professor Anil Wipat
Professor Simon Woods
Dr Kenneth Taylor
Dr Angel Goni-Moreno
et al.
Future-Proofing Synthetic Biology: Educating the Next Generation2019
Professor Simon Woods
Justice, Intimacy, and Autonomy: Families as Care Providers and Decision Makers2019
Professor Simon Woods
Diagnosis and management of spinal muscular atrophy: Part 1: Recommendations for diagnosis, rehabilitation, orthopedic and nutritional care2018
Professor Simon Woods
Diagnosis and management of spinal muscular atrophy: Part 2: Pulmonary and acute care; medications, supplements and immunizations; other organ systems; and ethics2018
Dr Sarah Skyrme
Professor Simon Woods
Researching disabled children and young people’s views on decision-making: Working reflexively to rethink vulnerability2018
Professor Simon Woods
Therapeutic and Other Misconceptions in Clinical Trials for Paediatric Genetic Disorders2018
Alison Robertson
Professor Simon Woods
218th ENMC International Workshop: Revisiting the consensus on standards of care in SMA Naarden, The Netherlands, 19-21 February 20162017
Professor Simon Woods
Holism in Health Care: Patient as Person2017
Dr Kenneth Taylor
Dr Ilke Turkmendag
Dr Matthias Wienroth
Professor Simon Woods
PEALS and NLS Response to Call for Evidence held by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics on Genome editing2017
Professor Simon Woods
Big Data Governance: Solidarity and the Patient Voice.2016
Dr Vibeke Graven
Professor Simon Woods
Hospitalised Palliative Care - from a Philosophy of Care to Rigid Guidelines for Intervention?2016
Professor Simon Woods
Dr Pauline McCormack
Professor Hanns Lochmuller
Professor Volker Straub
Improving the informed consent process in international collaborative rare disease research: Effective consent for effective research2016
Professor Simon Woods
Involving adults who lack capacity in research: ethical and legal challenges for the pre-hospital and emergency medicine context.2016
Dr Pauline McCormack
Professor Simon Woods
New recommendation on biological materials could hamper muscular dystrophy research2016
Professor Hanns Lochmuller
Professor Simon Woods
The risk of re-identification versus the need to identify individuals in rare disease research2016
Dr Pauline McCormack
Professor Simon Woods
Consent, collaboration and cures:the views of rare disease patients on systems for sharing data and biospecimens2015
Dr Pauline McCormack
Professor Simon Woods
Florian Schaefer
Professor Hanns Lochmuller
Professor Mats Hansson
et al.
International Charter of principles for sharing bio-specimens and data2015
Professor Simon Woods
Why we should save the anthropocentric person 2015
Professor Simon Woods
Death duty - caring for the dead in the context of disaster2014
Professor Simon Woods
Dr Pauline McCormack
Therapeutic Misconception: Hope, Trust and Misconception in Paediatric Research2014
Professor Simon Woods
A good death?: Law and ethics in practice2013
Professor Simon Woods
Dr Pauline McCormack
Disputing the ethics of research: the challenge from bioethics and patient activism to the interpretation of the Declaration of Helsinki in clinical trials2013
Professor Simon Woods
Good Death?: Law and Ethics in Practice2013
Dr Pauline McCormack
Professor Simon Woods
Emma Heslop
Professor Volker Straub
Emerita Professor Katherine Bushby
et al.
Guidance in social and ethical issues related to clinical, diagnostic care and novel therapies for hereditary neuromuscular rare diseases: "translating" the translational2013
Professor Simon Woods
Introduction2013
Professor Simon Woods
The 'good death', palliative care and end of life ethics2013
Professor Simon Woods
Writing on the body: The modern morality of the tattoo2012
Professor Simon Woods
Dr Pauline McCormack
Ethical issues in bio-marker research2011
Dr Pauline McCormack
Professor Simon Woods
Ethics at the edge of translation: the work of the TREAT-NMD Project Ethics Council2011
Professor Simon Woods
Law and Ethics in Intensive Care2011
Dr Pauline McCormack
Professor Simon Woods
Patient activism and the ethics of clinical trials: a perspective from neuromuscular disorders2011
Emma Heslop
Dr Pauline McCormack
Professor Christoph Rehmann-Sutter
Professor Simon Woods
The risks of therapeutic misconception and individual patient (n = 1) “trials” in rare diseases such as Duchenne dystrophy2011
Dr Pauline McCormack
Professor Simon Woods
The therapeutic misconception, decision making and informed consent: the ethics of trial participation for neuromuscular disorders2011
Dr Pauline McCormack
Professor Simon Woods
Ethical issues with the development of personalised medicines for rare, childhood, genetic disease: the case of Duchenne muscular dystrophy2010
Professor Simon Woods
Professor Jackie Leach Scully
Dr Pauline McCormack
Dr Ilke Turkmendag
Response to report by Nuffield Council on Bioethics, Give and take? Human bodies in medicine and research: consultation summary.2010
Emerita Professor Katherine Bushby
Emma Heslop
Dr Pauline McCormack
Professor Simon Woods
The development of antisense oligonucleotide therapies for Duchenne muscular dystrophy: Report on a TREAT-NMD workshop hosted by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), on September 25th 20092010
Professor Simon Woods
Dignity: yet another look2009
Professor Simon Woods
Best Interests: Puzzles and Plausible Solutions at the End of Life2008
Emerita Professor Katherine Bushby
Dr Tom Shakespeare
Professor Simon Woods
Consent, Choice and Children in Genetic Research2008
Dr Ross Henderson
Dr Tom Shakespeare
Emerita Professor Katherine Bushby
Professor Simon Woods
Consent, choice and children in research: Exploring decision making by parents of children with Duchenne muscular dystrophy considering participation in genetic research projects2008
Professor Simon Woods
Dr Kenneth Taylor
Ethical and governance challenges in human fetal tissue research2008
Professor Simon Woods
Stem Cell Stories: from bedside to bench2008
Professor Simon Woods
Death's dominion: ethics at the end of life2007
Professor Simon Woods
Patients' obligations?2007
Professor Simon Woods
The bureaucracy of ethics? The ethical challenges of research ethics committees2007
Professor Simon Woods
The social and ethical challenge of body dysmorphia2007
Professor Simon Woods
Children and research: a risk of double jeopardy?2006
Professor Simon Woods
Children and research: a risk of double jeopardy?2005
Professor Simon Woods
Law and ethics support for health professionals: an alternative approach2005
Professor Simon Woods
Moral progress2005
Professor Simon Woods
PEALS2005
Professor Simon Woods
Respect for persons, autonomy and palliative care2005
Professor Simon Woods
Is terminal sedation compatible with good nursing care at the end of life?2004
Professor Simon Woods
Terminal sedation: a nursing perspective2004
Professor Simon Woods
Autonomy and audit: striking the balance2003
Professor Simon Woods
God palliativ vård : etiska och filosofiska aspekter2003
Professor Simon Woods
Infertility and bioethics2003
Professor Simon Woods
Introduktion2003
Professor Simon Woods
Respekt för personer, autonomi och palliativ vård2003
Professor Simon Woods
Care home ethics2002
Professor Simon Woods
Continental philosophy and nursing ethics2002
Professor Simon Woods
Respect for autonomy and palliative care2002
Professor Simon Woods
Ethical dilemmas in anaesthesia: a case study2001
Professor Simon Woods
Palliative care in the United Kingdom2001
Professor Simon Woods
The contribution of nursing to the development palliative care2001
Professor Simon Woods
Good life, good death: ethics and axiology2000
Professor Simon Woods
Persons and personal identity2000
Professor Simon Woods
Primary care services received during terminal illness2000
Professor Simon Woods
User’s views of palliative care services: ethical implications2000
Professor Simon Woods
What are the responsibilities of the individual when participating in medical research?2000
Professor Simon Woods
Conducting research with the terminally ill: challenges and considerations1999
Professor Simon Woods
The views of terminally ill people and lay carers on primary care services1999
Professor Simon Woods
Ethics and communication: developing reflective practice1998