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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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2017Going viral in PNG - exploring routes and circumstances of entry of a rabies-infected dog into Papua New GuineaBrookes, V; Degeling, C; Ward, M
2017A Delphi Survey and Analysis of Expert Perspectives on One3Health in AustraliaDegeling, C; Johnson, Jane; Ward, Michael; Wilson, Andrew; Gilbert, Gwendolyn
2017Dog-bites, rabies and One Health: Towards greater coordination in research, policy and practiceRock, Melanie; Rault, Dawn; Degeling, C
Dec-2017Globalisation and the ethics of transnational biobank networksDive, Lisa Lehrer; Mason, P; Light, E; Kerridge, I; Lipworth, W
2017Communicating with the public about the risks of naturally occurring asbestos.Hooker, C; Capon, A; Hess, I
2018Reconceptualizing Autonomy for BioethicsDive, Lisa Lehrer; Newson, A.J.
2017The dangers of neglecting non-financial conflicts of interest in health and medicineWiersma, M; Kerridge, I; Lipworth, W
7-Nov-2017Autonomy, information and paternalism in clinical communicationDive, Lisa Lehrer
2016Challenges to the validity of using medicine labels to categorise clinical behaviour: an empirical and normative critique of ‘off-label’ prescribingGhinea, N; Kerridge, I; Little, M; Lipworth, W
3-Nov-2017Scientism, conflicts of interest, and the marginalization of ethicsMayes, Christopher; Williams, Jane; Kerridge, Ian; Lipworh, Wendy
2017Psychiatry, genocide and the National Socialist State: lessons learnt, ignored and forgotten.Robertson, M; Light, E; Lipworth, W; Walter, G
2-Nov-2017Financial motives drive some doctors’ decisions to offer IVFLipworth, W; Blakely, B; Kerridge, I
17-Feb-2017Smoking prevalence among lesbian, bisexual and queer women in Sydney remains high: analysis of trends and correlatesDeacon, Rachel M.; Mooney-Somers, Julie
27-Oct-2017Finally, unproven stem cell clinic practices might be curtailedMunsie, M; Stewart, C; Kerridge, I
26-Oct-2017Genetics and insurance in Australia: Concerns around a self-regulated industryNewson, A.J.; Tiller, Jane; Keogh, Louise A; Otlowski, Margaret; Lacaze, Paul
2015Coverage with evidence development and managed entry in the funding of personalized medicine: practical and ethical challenges for oncologyLewis, JR; Kerridge, I; Lipworth, W
2016Gene editing advance re‐ignites debate on the merits and risks of animal to human transplantationFung, R; Kerridge, I
2-Oct-2017Demands for access to new therapies: are there alternatives to accelerated access?Pace, J; Ghinea, N; Kerridge, I; Lipworth, W
Sep-2016More Than One Way To Be Global: Globalisation of Research and the Contest of IdeasMason, P; Lipworth, W; Kerridge, I
Sep-2017Legitimacy of medicines funding in the era of accelerated accessPace, J; Pearson, SA; Lipworth, W
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