Neades, B. L. Healthcare professionals' experiences in applying presumed consent legislation in organ donation in three European countries: a phenomenological study. (Thesis)
The crisis in the numbers of donated organs has featured strongly in the U. K.
literature highlighting the growing gap between those waiting for a transplant
currently 6,698 a...
Neades, B. L. (2008, February). Healthcare Professionals’ Experience in Applying Presumed Consent Legislation in Organ Donation: The Norwegian Experience
Neades, B. L. (2007, September). Consent: Working your Way through the Legal and Ethical Maze. Paper presented at The College of Emergency Medicine Conference, Sheffield
Three European Countries: A Phenomenological Study. Paper presented at Napier University 8th Annual Post Graduate Research Conference, Edinburgh
Neades, B. L. (2003, July). Organ donation opt in: opt out ethical considerations. Paper presented at Conference of the Association of Research Ethical Committees, Glasgow
Neades, B. L. (2003, April). Exploration of the Impact of presumed consent legislation in the procurement of organs for transplantation on the health care professionals who are subject to this legislation. Paper presented at Napier University Annual Postgraduate Research Research Conference, Edinburgh
Blencowe, N. S., Brown, J. M., Cook, J. A., Metcalfe, C., Morton, D. G., Nicholl, J., …Members of the MRC Hub for Trials Methodology Research Network Workshop, . (2015). Interventions in randomised controlled trials in surgery: issues to consider during trial design. Trials, 16(1), 392. doi:10.1186/s13063-015-0918-4
Until recently, insufficient attention has been paid to the fact that surgical interventions are complex. This complexity has several implications, including the way in which ...
Wigan, M. (2017). Ethics and Brain Implants in the Military [Commentary]. IEEE technology & society magazine, 36(1), (65-68). doi:10.1109/mts.2017.2654292. ISSN 0278-0097
Definitions are a key factor when discussing the ethics of brain implants in the military. There is a world of difference between a permanent embedded rewritable chip and an a...
McEwan, T. & Cairncross, S. (2009). Hallelujah! using topical examples to Illustrate ethical and business Issues for engineers. In Proceedings of FIE 2010, S3E-1. doi:10.1109/FIE.2010.5673348. ISBN 978-1-4244-6262-9
Technically-oriented undergraduate students are often reluctant to engage with “Legal, Social, Ethical and Professional Issues”. In particular many learners appear to have an ...