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Sydney Health Ethics (previously Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine (VELiM)) is a research and teaching centre within the School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney. Since our establishment in 1995, we have become one of the largest bioethics centres in Australia and internationally. Our team includes academics, research fellows and research students working on a wide range of ethical issues. These include public health ethics, clinical ethics, research ethics, animal ethics, the ethics of biotechnology including genetic technology and genomics, and the ethics of drug policy and development. Sydney Health Ethics also has a long history of conducting empirical social science research, often informed by and informing ethical questions. We have a thriving program of empirical and theoretical research funded by the NHMRC, ARC and other sources. Sydney Health Ethics website

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15-Apr-2018Mistreatment in Australian medical education: a student-led scoping of experiencesSzubert, A.-K; Gibberd, A.; Buisson, E.; Hooker, C; Ivory, K.
26-Mar-2019Changes in social networks are associated with lesbian, bisexual and queer women quitting smoking: an analysis of Australian survey dataKolstee, Johann; Deacon, Rachel M; Haidar, Samar; Gray, James; Mooney-Somers, Julie
26-Mar-2019“I see it everywhere...” young people’s exposure to sexual content in social media: a qualitative study of Australian adolescents’ social media useLewis, Larissa; Mooney-Somers, Julie; Guy, Rebecca; Watchirs-Smith, Lucy; Skinner, S. Rachel
26-Mar-2019Enhancing use of emergency contraceptive pills: A systematic review of women’s attitudes, beliefs, knowledge and experiences in AustraliaMooney-Somers, Julie; Amber, Lau; Bateson, Deborah; Richters, Juliet; Stewart, Mary; Black, Kirsten; Nothnagle, Melissa
15-Mar-2019Women in contact with the Northern Rivers and Mid North Coast LGBTQ communities: Report of the SWASH Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer Women’s Health Survey 2018Mooney-Somers, Julie; Deacon, Rachel M; Price, Karen; Parkhill, Nicolas
15-Mar-2019Women in contact with the Sydney LGBTQ communities: Report of the SWASH Lesbian, Bisexual and Queer Women's Survey 2014, 2016, 2018Mooney-Somers, Julie; Deacon, Rachel M; Scott, Polly; Price, Karen; Parkhill, Nicolas
2018Making sense of professional conflicts and quandariesLipworth, W; Montgomery, K
29-Jan-2019Limiting religious contributions – a response to SchuklenkWiersma, M; Ghinea, N; Lipworth, W
Jan-2019Clarifying the relationship between serious ethical violations and conflicts of interestLipworth, W; Ghinea, N; Kerridge, I
2015The persistence of professional boundaries in health care: A re-examination using a theory of foundational valuesMontgomery, K; Lipworth, W; Fitzgerald, L
29-Jan-2019Consent in the face of deathScanlan, Camilla Louise; Stewart, C; Kerridge, I
2018“Treat them into the grave”: cancer physicians’ attitudes towards the use of high cost cancer medicines at the end of lifeWiersma, M; Ghinea, N; Kerridge, I; Lipworth, W
2018Clearing the air: towards agreement about access to high cost cancer medicinesLipworth, W; Ghinea, N; Kerridge, I; Zalcberg, J
Oct-2017The use of real world data for the research, development and evaluation of oncology precision medicinesLewis, J; Lipworth, W; Kerridge, I
Apr-2018Community views on factors influencing medicines resource allocation: a cross sectional survey of 3080 adults in Australia.Chim, L; Salkeld, G; Kelly, P; Lipworth, W; Hughes, D; Stockler, M
Sep-2018An ethical framework for the creation, governance and evaluation of accelerated access programsPace, J; Ghinea, N; Kerridge, I; Lipworth, W
2017Ethics and Epistemology in Big Data ResearchLipworth, W; Mason, PH; Kerridge, I; Ioannidis, JPA
2018Should we try to manage non-financial interests?Wiersma, M; Kerridge, I; Lipworth, W; Rodwin, M
2017Caution needed in introduction of provisional approvals for medicinesPace, J; Ghinea, N; Kerridge, I; Lipworth, W
7-Aug-2018A will and a way to fund medicines for rare diseases: the story of human growth hormone replacement for adults with growth hormone deficiency.Lipworth, W; Ambler, G; Burt, MG; Fairchild, J; Inder, W J; Werther, G; Ho, K
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