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BOOKS PUBLISHED

Access to Experimental Drugs in Terminal Illness: Ethical Issues. Haworth, New York and London 1998 (pbck 2000).

(Editor) AIDS: Society, Ethics and Law. (International Library of Medicine, Ethics and Law) Dartmouth: Aldershot 2001. 588 pp.

Editor (with Debora Diniz and Dirce Guilhem). Etica na Pesquisa. Letras Livres/University of Prazil Press: Brasilia 2005. 191pp.

Editor (with Debora Diniz, Dirce Guilhem and Andrea Sugai). Etica em Pesquisa. 2nd extended edition. Letras Livres/ University of Brazil Press: Brasilia 2008. 208pp.

The Power of Pills: Social, Ethical and Legal Issues in Drug Development, Marketing and Pricing. Pluto Press: London 2006. (co-edited with P Illingworth and JC Cohen) 320pp.


The Bioethics Reader . Blackwell: Oxford 2007. (co-edited with R Chadwick, H Kuhse, W Landman and P Singer) 600pp.


50 Voices of Disbelief: Why We Are Atheists. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2009. (co-edited with R Blackford.) Polish translation forthcoming in 2011.


Top::REFEREED CONTENTS

  1. Umweltethik, Umweltpolitik und praktische Naturphilosophie - ein Thema für die Lobby Umweltverträglichkeitsprüfung? In: UVP-report (information on environmental impact assessment) 1988; 2(2): 8-10.
  2. Schopenhauer und die Schwulen (Schopenhauer on Homosexuality). In: Widerspruch - Münchner Zeitschrift für Philosophie 1989; 16(17): 100-116.
  3. Zur Diskussion um Ökosteuern. In: UVP-report 1989; 3(4): 80-83.
  4. Bioethik in Melbourne. In: Information Philosophie 1993; 21(1): 58-60.
  5. Against manipulative campaigns by 'community based' AIDS organisations. In: Health Care Analysis 1994; 2(3): 253-261.
  6. The ethics of clinical AIDS vaccine trials in developing countries: a critical commentary. In: Monash Bioethics Review 1994; 13(4): 12-15 (suppl.).
  7. Sollten Forschungen nach den Ursachen der Homosexualität unternommen werden? In: Ethik in der Medizin 1995; 7(2): 71-86. (with M.Ristow)
  8. The Bioethics Tabloids: How professional ethicists have fallen for the myth of tertiary transmitted heterosexual AIDS. In: 1995; 3:27-36. (with D. Mertz and Juliet Richters.)Health Care Analysis
  9. Time to Rethink Bioethics Method. In: Bulletin of Medical Ethics 1995; 108: 2.
  10. Women and AIDS: The Ethics of Exaggerated Harm. In: Bioethics 1996; 10: 93-113. (With M.A. Sushinsky and D. Mertz.)
  11. Patient Access to Experimental Drugs and AIDS Clinical Trial Designs: Ethical Issues. In: Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1996; 5(3): 400- 409. (with C. Hogan)
  12. Should Research into the Causes of Homosexuality be done? In: Journal of Homosexuality 1996; 31(3): 5-30. (with M. Ristow)
  13. AIDS and the lab rats. In: Science and Public Affairs - Journal of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 1996; winter: 54-57.
  14. Ethische Probleme des Designs und der Zugangsvoraussetzungen klinischer AIDS-Versuchsreihen. In: Ethik in der Medizin 1997; 9: 15-30.
  15. Ethics, Research, and the Public Understanding of Science. In: Science and Public Affairs - Journal of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 1997; summer: 46-49.
  16. The Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation. with E. Stein, W. Byne & J. Kerin. In: Hastings Center Report 1997; 27(4): 6-13.
  17. The Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation. with E. Stein, W. Byne & J. Kerin. Hastings Center Report article in Russian
  18. The Design of Research Clinical Trials with Terminally Ill Patients: Ethical Issues. In: Journal International de Bioethique 1997; 8: 127-132.
  19. Biomedical Research on Sexual Orientation - Researchers Taking Our Chances in Homophobic Societies. In: Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association 1998; 2: (79-84) (with R. A. Brookey)
  20. Unethical Perinatal HIV Transmission Trials Establish Bad Precedent. In: Bioethics 1998; 12: 311-318.
  21. Drug Testing and Approval in Cases of People with Catastrophic Illness: Ethical Issues. In: Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs 1998; 15(3&4): 145-157.
  22. International research ethics guidelines to be revised - in nearly complete secrecy. In: Monash Bioethics Review 1999; 18(3): (suppl) 18-21.
  23. Klonen: gegen das schlechte Image einer guten Sache (Cloning: against the bad image of a good idea). In: der blaue reiter 1999; August: 99-103.
  24. International Research Ethics Guidelines Under Threat. In: Issues in Medical Ethics 1999; 7(3):97-98.
  25. Some Ethical Issues in Preventive Vaccine Research. In: Bioetica Clinica / Archives of Clinical Bioethics 1999; 2(1): (suppl.) 19-22.
  26. The Human Genome Diversity Project: Ethical Concerns. In: Politics and Life Sciences 1999; 18: 332-334.
  27. International Research Ethics. (with R. Ashcroft) In: Bioethics 2000; 14: 158-172.
  28. The ethics of reproductive and therapeutic cloning (research). (with R. Ashcroft) In: Monash Bioethics Review 2000; 19(2): 34-45.
  29. Protecting the Vulnerable: Testing Times for Clinical Research Ethics. In: Social Science and Medicine. 2000; 51: 969-977.
  30. Pitanja etike i politike u medunarodnim klinickim istrazivanjima (Ethical and Policy Issues in International Clinical Research). (with R. Ashcroft) In: Vladavina Prava (Rule of Law: Journal for Theory and Practice of the Law) 2000; 4(5): 159-172.
  31. Helsinki Declaration revisions. In: Issues in medical ethics 2001; 9(1): 29.
  32. Teaching Bioethics: Privacy. Abortion, Resource Allocation and other Ethical Issues - The Thandi Case (1), (with T Jenkins and D Moellendorf). In: Developing World Bioethics 2001; 1: 69-82.
  33. Clinical Standards of Care and the Declaration of Helsinki: The battle is over, or is it? In: Monash Bioethics Review 2001; 20(1): 63-66.
  34. Teaching Bioethics: The Distribution of Medical Resources, Withholding Medical Treatment, Drug Trials, Advance Directives, Euthanasia and other Ethical Issues: The Thandi Case(2): (with T Jenkins and D Moellendorf). In: Developing World Bioethics 2001; 1: 163-174.
  35. Ethical Issues in Continuing Professional Development. In: South African Medical Journal 2001; 91: 955-957
  36. Affordable access to essential medication in developing countries: conflicts between ethical and economic imperatives. (with R. Ashcroft) Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 2002: 27(2): 179-195.
  37. Ethics, Politics and Embryo Stem Cell Research in South Africa. In: South African Medical Journal with J Lott. 2002; 92: 782-786.
  38. Intellectual Property Rights, compulsory licensing and the TRIPS agreement: Some ethical issues. Monash Bioethics Review 2003; 22(2): 63-68.
  39. AIDS: Bioethics and Public Policy. In: New Review of Bioethics 2003; 1(1): 127-144. [pdf file!]
  40. Professional Responsibilities of Biomedical Scientists in Public Discourse. Journal of medical ethics 2004; 30: 53-60. [pdf file!]
  41. The Standard of Care Debate: Against the Myth of an 'International Consensus Opinion'. Journal of medical ethics 2004; 30: 294-197. [pdf file!]
  42. Introduction to Research Ethics. Developing World Bioethics 2005; 5: 1-13. [pdf file!]
  43. Special Issues in Research Ethics (with Benjamin Schneider). Developing World Bioethics 2005; 5: 92-108. [pdf file!]
  44. Sharing the Benefits of Genetic Resources: Ensuring Equity for Developing Countries. (with D Schroeder, F Alvarez-Castillo, D Feinholz, A Kleinsmidt, M Ladikas, C Lásen Diaz )BMJ 2005; 331: 1351-1352. [pdf file!]
  45. ** North-South Benefit Sharing Arrangements in Bioprospecting & Genetic Research: A Critical Ethical and Legal Analysis. (with A Kleinsmidt) Developing World Bioethics 2006; 6(3). [pdf file!]
  46. ** Confronting an Influenza Pandemic: Ethical and Scientific Issues. (with K Gartland). Biochemical Society Transactions 2006;34. [pdf file!]
  47. ** Rethinking Mandatory HIV Testing During Pregnancy in High HIV-prevalence Regions: Ethical and Policy Issues. (with A Kleinsmidt) American Journal of Public Health 2007; 97(7): 1179-1183 [preprint pdf file!]
  48. Review Article: Should We Use the Criminal Law to Punish HIV Transmission? In: International Journal of Law in Context 2008; 4(3): 277-284
  49. Two Models in Global Health Ethics. (with C. Lowry). In: Public Health Ethics 2009; 2(3); 276-284.
  50. ** Terminal illness and access to Phase 1 experimental agents, surgeries and devices: reviewing the ethical arguments. In: British Medical Bulletin 2009; 89(1):7-22.
  51. Defending the Indefensible: The UNESCO Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights - A Reply to Levitt and Zwart. In: Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 2010; 7 (in press).
  52. For-profit trials in developing countries - Those troublesome patient benefits. In: American Journal of Bioethics 2010; 10(6): 52-54.
  53. ** End-of-Life Decision Making in Canada (with Jv Delden, J Downie, S McLean, R Upshur, D Weinstock). In: Bioethics 2011; 25 (forthcoming).

Top::Letters and Editorials

  1. Male Homosexuality (Letter). In: Medical Journal of Australia 1992; 157: 213-214. AIDS - beyond education (Letter).
  2. In: Medical Journal of Australia 1992; 157: 723.
  3. Moral standards. A reply to Harris and Holm (Letter). In: Health Care Analysis 1995; 3(3): 271-272. (With D. Mertz and J. Richters.)
  4. There are Alternatives (Letter). In: Health Care Analysis 1995; 3(2): 125-126.
  5. Inquiring into sex (Letter). In: The Lancet 1996; 347: 266-267. (with M. Ristow)
  6. AIDS and ethics (Letter). In: The Economist 1997; 349(8039): 8.
  7. South African government's response to AIDS crisis is sound (Letter). In: British Medical Journal 1999; 318:1143
  8. Invoking Natural Law (Letter). In: Hastings Center Report 1998; 28(2): 4. (with Jacinta Kerin, Edward Stein and William Byne)
  9. Rationalitaet, Irrationalitaet, Kosten (Letter). In: Ethik in der Medizin 1999; 11:59-60.
  10. Ethics of AIDS vaccine trials: a response. In: Issues in medical ethics 2000; 8(2).
  11. All countries must have common standards for international research ethics (Letter). In: British Medical Journal 2001; 322: 299.
  12. Access to essential AIDS drugs for all -an ethical issue? In: medical update 2001; March: 62.
  13. Poverty and Patents (Letter). In: JAMA 2002; 287(7). (with Michael J Selgelid).
  14. Regarding the 5 th Global Forum on Bioethics in Research. In: American Journal of Bioethics 2004; 4 (in press) (with DB Greco, B Loff et al.)
  15. ** Status, Careers, and Influence in Bioethics. In: American Journal of Bioethics 2005; 5(5): 64-66 (with J Gallagher)
  16. Medical Professionalism and Ideological Symbols in Doctors' Rooms. In: Journal of medical ethics 2006; 32: 1-2.

Top::BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Schopenhauer, Arthur. In: W. Dynes et al. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Homosexuality. Garland Publ.: New York and London 1990: 1158-1159.
  2. Aktuelle Forschungen im angloamerikanischen Sprachraum: Naturwissenschaften und Philosophie. In: R. Lautmann. (Ed.) Homosexualität - Handbuch der Theorie- und Forschungsgeschichte. Campus Verlag:Frankfurt/M. and New York 1993; 307-317.
  3. Christliche Kirchen und AIDS. In: E. Dahl. (Ed.) Die Lehre des Unheils. Carlsen Verlag, Hamburg 1993; 263-279, 309-312. (With D. Mertz)
  4. Homosexuality, societal attitudes toward. In: R. Chadwick (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, Academic Press: San Diego 1997; Vol. 2: 597-603. (With Tony Riley)
  5. Sexual orientation. In: R. Chadwick (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, Academic Press: San Diego 1997; Vol. 4: 101-108. (With E. Stein & J. Kerin)
  6. AIDS, developing world. In: R. Chadwick (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, Academic Press: San Diego 1997; Vol. 1: 123-127. (With C. DelRio, C. Magis & V. Chokevivat)
  7. Organ transplantation. In: R. Chadwick (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, Academic Press: San Diego 1997; Vol. 3: 393-398. (With R. Chadwick)
  8. AIDS: Individual and 'Public' Interests. In: P. Singer & H. Kuhse (Eds.): Companion to Bioethics. Blackwell: Oxford 1998. 343-354
  9. AIDS in the Developing World: Ethical Issues. In: P. Singer & H. Kuhse (Eds.): Companion to Bioethics. Blackwell: Oxford 1998. 355-365 (with S. Gbadegesin, C. del Rio, C. Magis & V. Chokevivat)
  10. The Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation. In: J. Arras and B. Steinbock (eds.) Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine. 5th edition, 1998. 522-536 (with E. Stein, J. Kerin & W. Byne, reprinted from Hastings Center Report 1997; 27(4): 6-13.
  11. Ethically problematic research on non-pathological conditions. In: M.G.K. Menon et al (eds). Human Genome Research: Emerging Ethical, Legal, Social and Economic Issues. Allied Publ.: New Delhi 1999. 63-70.
  12. Patient Access to Experimental Drugs and Clinical Trial Designs: Ethical Issues. In: H. Kuhse and P. Singer (eds.) Bioethics: An Anthology. Blackwell: Oxford, 1999: 441-448 (with C. Hogan, reprinted from Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 1996; 5: 400-409.)
  13. Scientific Approaches to Homosexuality. In: G.E. Haggerty et al. (eds.) Gay Histories and Cultures. Garland/Taylor&Francis: New York/London 2000. 781-785 (with M. Murrain)
  14. Kant, Immanuel. In: G.E. Haggerty et al. (eds.) Gay Histories and Cultures. Garland/Taylor&Francis: New York/London 2000. 512.
  15. Schopenhauer, Arthur. In: G.E. Haggerty et al. (eds.) Gay Histories and Cultures. Garland/Taylor&Francis. New York/London 2000. 779.
  16. Iwan Bloch. In: G.E. Haggerty et al. (eds.) Gay Histories and Cultures. Garland/Taylor&Francis: New York/London 2000. 126.
  17. La Etica de la Clonacion Reproductiva Y Terapeutica. In: M. Palacios (ed) Bioetica 2000. Ediciones Nobel: Oviedo. 199-212. (with Ashcroft, R.)
  18. Organ Transplants and Xenotransplantation. In: R. Chadwick (ed) The Concise Encyclopedia of New Technologies. Academic Press: San Diego 2001. 327-333. (with Chadwick, R.)
  19. Sexual Positions: An Australian View. In: C. Wood (ed). Sex in Australia. Hill of Content: Melbourne 2001. 33-45, 210-211. (with Selgelid, M.)
  20. Clinical Research in Developing Countries: Trials and Tribulations. In: M Parker, D Dickenson (eds). The Cambridge Medical Ethics Workbook. Cambridge University Press 2001: Cambridge. 110-112.
  21. Bioethics. In: N.J. Schmelser et al (eds.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioural Sciences. Elsevier: Dordrecht 2001: 1195-1201. [pdf file!]
  22. The Origins of Homosexuality: No Genetic Link to Social Change. In: J Beckwith and P Conrad (eds) The Double Edged Helix: Genetics in a Diverse Society, Johns Hopkins University Press 2001. (with Byne, W., Lasco, M. and Drescher, J.) (forthcoming)
  23. The Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation. In: R Chadwick and D Schroeder (eds.) Applied Ethics, vol 3. Routledge: London Nov 2001. (with E Stein, J Kerin & W Byne, reprinted from Hastings Center Report 1997; 27(4): 6-13).
  24. The Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation. In: I Grewal and C Kaplan (eds). Gender in a transnational world: Introduction to women's studies. McGraw Hill: New York August 2001. (with E Stein, J Kerin & W Byne, reprinted from Hastings Center Report 1997; 27(4): 6-13).
  25. Le sida en Afrique du Sud : des problèmes éthiques qui concernent l'humantié entière. In: JD Rainhorn MJ Burnier (eds). La santé au risque du Marché : Incertitudes à l'aube du XXIè siècle. Geneva: IUED 2001. (with William Pick). 307-321.
  26. Patient Access to Experimental Drugs and AIDS Clinical Trial Designs: Ethical Issues. In: U Schuklenk (Editor) AIDS: Ethical, Legal and Social Issues. Dartmouth: Aldershot 2001, reprinted from Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1996; 5(3): 400- 409. (with C Hogan)
  27. International Research Ethics. In: GF Tomossy and DN Weisstub (eds). Human Experimentation and Research - International Library of Law, Medicine and Ethics. Ashgate: Aldershot 2003. (with RE Ashcroft, reprinted from Bioethics 2000; 14: 158-172). Forthcoming.
  28. Conceptualising 'Community' and 'Benefit' in International Health Research, in: GF Tomossy, DW Weisstub and T Campbell (eds). Medicine and Industry: Changing Paradigms in Health Law, Policy and Ethics, 2004 (forthcoming).
  29. Globalisation and Health: A Developing World Perspective on Ethical and Policy Issues. (With Braimho Bello) In: B Bennett and GF Tomossy (eds). Globalisation and Health. Springer: Berlin 2005: 13-26.
  30. Bioethics and Public Policy. In: F Thiele (ed). Bioethics in a Small World. Springer Publ: Berlin 2004. [pdf file!]
  31. Introducao a Etica em Pesquisa In: Debora Diniz, Dirce Guilhem and Udo Schuklenk (eds). Etica na Pesquisa. Letras Livres: Brasilia 2005. [pdf file!]
  32. Tema Especiais em Eticana Pesquisa (with Benjamin Schneider). In: Debora Diniz, Dirce Guilhem and Udo Schuklenk (eds). Etica na Pesquisa. Letras Livres: Brasilia 2005. [pdf file!]
  33. ** Affordable Access to Essential Drugs in Developing Countries: Conflicts Between Ethical and Economic Imperatives. (with RE Ashcroft). In: B Bennett (ed) Health, Rights and Globalisation. Ashgate: Aldershot 2005 (in press) (Reprinted from Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 2002; 27: 179-195.
  34. ** Affordable Access to Essential Drugs in Developing Countries:Conflicts Between Ethical and Economic Imperatives. (with RE Ashcroft). In: Av Niekerk, LM Kopelman (eds). Ethics and AIDS in Africa. Cape Town: David Philip/New Africa Books, 2005: 127-140. (Reprinted from Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 2002; 27: 179-195.)
  35. Ethical Obligations of Trial Sponsors in Clinical Research. In: RE Ashcroft, A Dawson, H Draper, J McMillan (eds). Principles of Health Care Ethics. Wiley: Chichester 2007: 743-750
  36. Health and the Developing World. (wth P Sy) In: C Wolf, J Ryberg, T Petersen (eds). New Waves in Applied Ethics. Palgrave MacMillan 2007: 103-119.
  37. Bioethics in the developing world. In: A Iltis (ed). Bioethics and Law. Routledge: London 2007: 274-291.
  38. ** International Research Ethics. (with R Ashcroft) In: R Chadwick, H Kuhse, W Landman, U Schuklenk, P Singer (eds). The Bioethics Reader. Blackwell: Oxford 2007: 243-257. (Reprinted from Bioethics 2000; 14: 158-172.)
  39. Peter Singer. In: G Oppy, S Gardner (eds). A Companion to Philosophy in Australia and New Zealand. Monash ePress: Melbourne 2008.
  40. Public Policy in a Just Society. (with C Lowry) In: J Gordon-Stewart (ed). Morality and Politics: Reading Boylan's 'A Just Society'. Rowman & Littlefield 2008.
  41. Introducao a Etica em Pesquisa In: Debora Diniz, Dirce Guilhem, Andrea Sugai and Udo Schuklenk (eds). Etica em Pesquisa. Letras Livres/University of Brazil Press: Brasilia 2008: 31-46.
  42. Tema Especiais na Eticana em Pesquisa (with Benjamin Schneider). In: Debora Diniz, Dirce Guilhem, Andrea Sugai and Udo Schuklenk (eds). Etica em Pesquisa. Letras Livres: University of Brazil Press Brasilia 2008: 149-170.
  43. Global Health Responsibilities. (with C Lowry) In: H Kuhse, P Singer (eds). Companion to Bioethics - 2nd edition. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2009: 393-403.
  44. Developing World Challenges. (with M Kottow and P Sy) In: H Kuhse, P Singer (eds). Companion to Bioethics - 2nd edition. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2009: 404-416
  45. AIDS as a Global Health Emergency. In: H Kuhse, P Singer (eds). Companion to Bioethics - 2nd edition. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2009: 441-454.
  46. Now More Important Than Ever: Voices of Reason. In: R Blackford, U Schuklenk (eds). 50 Voices of Disbelief: Why We Are Atheists. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2009: 1-4.
  47. Human Self-Determination, Biomedical Progress, and God. In: R Blackford, U Schuklenk (eds). 50 Voices of Disbelief: Why We Are Atheists. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2009: 323-331.
  48. ** Affordable Access to Essential Drugs in Developing Countries:Conflicts Between Ethical and Economic Imperatives. (with RE Ashcroft). In: M Selgelid, T Pogge (eds). Health Rights. Ashgate: Aldershot 2010. (Reprinted from Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 2002; 27: 179-195.)
  49. Preface to E Gradl. Salvatores Traum. Schutter Verlag: Berlin 2010.
  50. International Research Ethics. In: H Lafollette (ed). The International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Wiley-Blackwell: Boston forthcoming
  51. ** AIDS (with A Viens). In: H Lafollette (ed). The International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Wiley-Blackwell: Boston forthcoming
  52. ** Global Health Ethics (with C Cline). In: H Lafollette (ed). The International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Wiley-Blackwell: Boston forthcoming

Top::BOOK REVIEWS

  1. AIDS and the Good Society, by P. Illingworth. Reviewed in: Bioethics 1993; 7(1): 57-62.
  2. Rethinking AIDS - The tragic cost of premature consensus, by R. Root-Bernstein. Reviewed in: Australian Journal of Public Health 1993; 17(2): 182-184.
  3. Policies for a small planet, by J. Holmberg (ed.). Reviewed in: Environmental Politics 1993; 2(1): 521.
  4. Good Intentions, by B. Nussbaum. Reviewed in: Bioethics 1993; 7(5): 436-437.
  5. Ethics and Health Care, by J. Neuberger. Reviewed in Bioethics 1994; 8(3): 288.
  6. The Great Ape Project, by P. Singer and P. Cavalieri (eds.). Reviewed in: Environmental Politics 1994; 3(1): 193.
  7. The New Protectionism, by T. Lang and C. Hines. Reviewed in: Environmental Politics 1994; 3(2); 357-358.
  8. Zoos and Animal Rights, by St.C. Bostock. Reviewed in: Environmental Politics 1994; 3(3): 539-540.
  9. The AIDS Mirage, by H. Caton. Reviewed in: Monash Bioethics Review 1995; 14(1): 64.
  10. Schopenhauer, by Ch. Janaway. Reviewed in: Australasian Journal of Philosophy 1995; 73(3): 491-492.
  11. Peter Singer in Deutschland, ed. by R. Hegselmann et al. Reviewed in: Bioethics 1995; 9(5): 451-452.
  12. Ecology, Technology and Culture, ed. by W. Zweers et al. Reviewed in Environmental Politics 1995; 4(4): 307-308.
  13. Arzneimittel und Verantwortung, ed. by W. Wagner. Reviewed in: Bioethics 1996; 10(2): 170-173.
  14. Meta Medical Ethics, ed. by M.A. Grodin. Reviewed in: Bioethics 1996; 10(4): 341-344.
  15. Justice and Health Care: Comparative Perspectives, ed. by A. Grubb et al.Reviewed in: Bioethics 1997; 11: 83-85.
  16. Treatment without Consent: Law, Psychiatry and the Treatment of Mentally Disordered People since 1845, by P. Fennell. Reviewed in: British Medical Journal 1996; 313: 1494.
  17. The Concept of Moral Consensus, by K. Bayertz (ed.). Reviewed in: Bioethics 1997; 11:453-455.
  18. Ethical Issues in Drug Testing, Approval, and Pricing: The Clot Dissolving Drugs, by B.A. Brody. Reviewed in: Bioethics 1998; 12: 79-82.
  19. Who's Afraid of Human Cloning, by G. Pence. Reviewed in: British Medical Journal 1998; 316: 485.
  20. Gay Science: The Ethics of Sexual Orientation Research, by T.F. Murphy. Reviewed in: Journal of the American Medical Association [JAMA] 1998; 279: 1664-1665.
  21. Healthcare Systems - Cost Containment versus Quality. Reviewed in: Health Care Analysis 1998; 6: 168.
  22. Teaching Ethics: Environmental Ethics, by R. Thomas (ed.). Reviewed in: Environmental Politics (forthcoming).
  23. Ethics, Computing and Medicine: Informatics and the Transformation of Health Care, by KW Goodman (ed.). Reviewed in: Health Care Analysis 1998; 6:269-270.
  24. Source Book in Bioethics - A Documentary History, by A. R. Jonsen, R. M et al. (eds). Reviewed in: Bioethics 1999; 13: 457-458.
  25. Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Suicide - For and Against, by G. Dworkin, R.G. Frey and S. Bok. Reviewed in: e-Medical Journal of Australia 1999
  26. The Nazi War on Cancer, by R. Proctor. Reviewed in: Journal of medical ethics 2001; 27: 142.
  27. Informed consent in medical research, by L Doyal, et al. (eds). Reviewed in: Monash Bioethics Review 2001; 20(3): 52-53.
  28. Double Standards in Medical Research in Developing Countries, by R Macklin. Reviewed in: British Medical Journal 2004; 329: 1190
  29. Status, careers and influence in Bioethics. (with J. Gallagher). In: American Journal of Bioethics (in print).

Top::EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. 1. Editor of Monash Bioethics Review, 1999; 18(1): pp. 1-68.
  2. Editor of Monash Bioethics Review, 1999; 18(2): pp. 1-72.
  3. Editor of Monash Bioethics Review, 1999; 18(3): pp. 1-72.
  4. Editor of Monash Bioethics Review, 1999; 18(4): pp. 1-72.
  5. Editor of Monash Bioethics Review, 2000; 19(1): pp. 1-76
  6. Editor of Monash Bioethics Review, 2000; 19(2): pp. 1-76.
  1. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2000; 14(1): pp. i-ii, 1-96.
  2. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2000; 14(2): pp. i-iv, 97-186.
  3. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2000; 14(3): pp. i-iv, 187-286.
  4. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2000; 14(4): pp. i-iv, 287-370.
  5. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2001; 15(1): pp. i-iv, 1-92.
  6. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2001; 15(2): pp. i-iv, 93-174.
  7. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2001; 15(3): pp. i-v, 175-272. (Feminist Bioethics special issue)
  8. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2001; 15(4): pp. i-v, 273-372. (Research Ethics Bioethics special issue)
  9. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2001; 15(5/6): pp.i-iii, 373-554. (IAB 5th World Congress special issue)
  10. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2002; 16(1): pp. i-v, 1-88.
  11. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2002; 16(2): pp. i-v, 89-182.
  12. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2002; 16(3): pp. i-iv, 183-305.
  13. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2002; 16(4): pp. i-iv, 306-396.
  14. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2002; 16(5): pp. i-viii, 397-493. (Psychiatric Ethics special issue)
  15. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2002; 16(6): pp. i-viii, 494-586. (Embryo Stem Cell Research special issue)
  16. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2003; 17(1): pp. i-iv, 1-119.
  17. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2003; 17(2): pp. i-v, 120-220.
  18. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2003; 17(3): pp. i-iv, 221-300.
  19. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2003; 17(4): pp. i-v, 301-386. (Consensus in Public Bioethics Commissions special issue)
  20. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2003; 17(5/6): pp. i-iii, 387-594. (IAB 6th World Congress special issue)
  21. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2004; 18(1): pp. i-vi, 1-86.
  22. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2004; 18(2): pp. i-iii, 87-204.
  23. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2004; 18(3): pp. i-iii, 205-302.
  24. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2004; 18(4): pp. i-iii, 303-386. (Pharmacogenetics special issue)
  25. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2004; 18(5): pp. i-iv, 387-472.
  26. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2004; 18(6): pp. i-v, 473-561. (Ethics and Public Health special issue)
  27. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2005; 19(1): pp. i-iii, 1-91.
  28. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2005; 19(2): pp. i-iii, 92-207.
  29. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2005; 19(3): pp. i-iii, 208-306.
  30. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2005; 19(4): pp. i-vii, 307-450.
  31. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2005; 19(5/6): pp. i-iv, 451-573.
  32. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2006; 20(1): pp. i-iv, 1-54.
  33. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2006; 20(2): pp. i-iv, 55-114.
  34. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2006; 20(3): pp.i-iv, 115-168.
  35. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2006; 20(4): pp.i-iii, 169-222.
  36. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2006; 20(5): pp.i-iii, 223-278.
  37. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2006; 20(6): pp. i-ii, 279-346.
  38. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2007; 21(1): pp. i-ii, 1-62.
  39. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2007; 21(2): pp. i-ii, 63-116.
  40. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2007; 21(3): pp. i-ii, 117-178.
  41. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2007; 21(4): pp. i-ii, 179-242.
  42. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2007; 21(5): pp. i-ii, 243-304.
  43. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2007; 21(6): pp. i-ii, 305-353.
  44. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2007; 21(7): pp. i-ii, 354-407.
  45. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2007; 21(8): pp. i-ii, 408-464.
  46. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2007; 21(9): pp. i-ii, 465-531.
  47. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2008; 22(1): pp. i-ii, 1-77.
  48. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2008; 22(2): pp. i-ii, 78-136.
  49. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2008; 22(3): pp. i-ii, 137-190.
  50. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2008; 22(4): pp. i-ii, 191-244.
  51. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2008; 22(5): pp. i-ii, 245-298.
  52. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2008; 22(6): pp. i-iii, 299-354.
  53. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2008; 22(7): pp. i-iv, 355-406.
  54. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2008; 22(8): pp. i-ii, 407-456.
  55. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2008; 22(9): pp. i-ii, 457-536.
  56. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2009; 23(1): pp. i-iii, 1-78.
  57. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2009; 23(2): pp. i-v, 79-140.
  58. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2009; 23(3): pp. i-iv, 141-192.
  59. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2009; 23(4): pp. i-iv, 193-262.
  60. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2009; 23(5): pp. i-iv, 263-320.
  61. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2009; 23(6): pp. i-iv, 321-384.
  62. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2009; 23(7): pp. i-iv, 385-432.
  63. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2009; 23(8): pp. i-iv, 433-482.
  64. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2009; 23(9): pp. 483-532.
  65. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2010; 24(1): pp. i-iii, 1-46.
  66. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2010; 24(2): pp. i-ii, 47-104.
  67. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2010; 24(3): pp. i-iv, 105-152.
  68. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2010; 24(4): pp. i-ii, 153-210.
  69. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2010; 24(5): pp. i-ii, 211-268.
  70. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2010; 24(6): pp. i-ii, 267-323.
  71. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2010; 24(7): pp. i-ii, 324-383.
  72. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2010; 24(8): pp. i-iii, 384-444.
  73. Co-Editor of Bioethics, 2010; 24(9): pp. i-ii, 445-510.
  1. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2001; 1(1): pp. i-iv, 1-88.
  2. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2001; 1(2): pp. i-v, 89-183.
  3. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2002; 2(1): pp. i-iii, 1-98.
  4. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2002; 2(2): pp. i-iiv, 99-182.
  5. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2003; 3(1): pp. i-iv, 1-104
  6. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2003; 3(2): pp. i-iii, 105-194. (Identity and Genetic Ancestry Tracing special issue)
  7. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2004; 4(1): pp. i-vi, 1-108. (Distribution of Resources special issue)
  8. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2004; 4(2): pp. i-iv, 109-185.
  9. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2005; 5(1): pp. i-iii, 1-120. (Research Ethics Training Program special issue)
  10. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2005; 5(2): pp. i-iii, 120-195.
  11. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2005; 5(3): pp. i-vi, 196-280.
  12. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2006; 6(1): pp. i-vi, 1-56.
  13. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2006; 6(2): pp. i-iv, 57-112.
  14. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2006; 6(3): pp. i-ii, 113-177.
  15. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2007; 7(1): pp. i-ii, 1-53.
  16. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2007; 7(2): pp. i-iii, 54-118.
  17. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2007; 7(3): pp. i-iii, 119-172.
  18. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2008; 8(1): pp. i-iii, 1-58.
  19. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2008; 8(2): pp. i-iii, 59-166.
  20. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2008; 8(3): pp. i-iv, 167-246.
  21. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2009; 9(1): pp. i-v, 1-46.
  22. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2009; 9(2): pp. i-iii, 47-97.
  23. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2009; 9(3): pp. i-ii, 99-104.
  24. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2010; 10(1): pp. i-ii, 1-58.
  25. Co-Editor of Developing World Bioethics, 2010; 10(2): pp. i-ii, 59-116.

Top::EDITORIALS AND SHORT COMMUNICATIONS

  1. Betrachtungen zu verschiedenen Versuchen über den moralischen Status von Tieren. In: Der Vegetarier 1988; 39(1): 8-13, continued 1988; 39(2): 55-63.
  2. AIDS: An Alternative View - A Conference Report. In: People with AIDS Coalition Newsline 1992; 79: 37-40. (With M. Ristow)
  3. Editorial. In: Bioethics News 1993; 12(5); 1-5.
  4. Is Research Into the Causes of Homosexuality Bad for Gay People? In: Christopher Street 1993; 208: 13-15.
  5. Women and AIDS: the ethics of exaggerated harm. In: Monash Bioethics Review 1997; 16(2):22-36 (with D. Mertz and MA Sushinsky, reprinted from Bioethics 1996; 10: 93-113).
  6. India fears patent and ethics abuses. In: Nature Biotechnology 1997; 15: 613.
  7. Using Medicine to Control Immigration. In: Hastings Center Report 1997; 27(6): 48.
  8. A Dangerous American Pastime. In: Radical Philosophy 1998; 87: 48-49.
  9. Bioethics - a new series for Biologist. In: Biologist 1998; 45(1): 4.
  10. Ethics, Economic Realities and Medical Research in Developing Countries. In: Reproductive Health Matters 1998; 6(11): 135-136. (with Carlos del Río and Adeeba Kamarulzaman)
  11. Viva Viagra? Women, Gay Men, and Economies of Scale. In: Reproductive Health Matters 1998;12: 159-160.
  12. The Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation. with E. Stein, W. Byne & J. Kerin. In: Reproductive Health Matters 1998;12: 134-143., reprinted from: Hastings Center Report 1997; 27(4): 6-13.
  13. Editorial. In: Monash Bioethics Review 1999;18(1): 1-2. More clowning with cloning? A plea for rational debate. In: Monash Bioethics Review 1999; 18(2): 1-4. Editorial.
  14. Editorial. In: Monash Bioethics Review 1999; 18(3): 1.
  15. Editorial. In: Monash Bioethics Review 1999; 18(4): 1-2.
  16. Editorial. In: Monash Bioethics Review 2000; 19(1): 1-3.
  17. Editorial. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2000; 14(1): iii-iv.
  18. Editorial. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2000; 14(2): iii-iv.
  19. Join us at the 5th World Congress of Bioethics in London. In: Bioethics 2000; 14(3): iii-iv.
  20. Editorial. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2000; 14(4): iii-iv.
  21. Editorial. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2001; 15(1): iii-iv.
  22. Access to essential AIDS drugs for all - an ethical issue? In: medical update 2001; April: 55.
  23. New paradigms in bioethics. In: Bioethics 2001; 15(2): iii-iv.
  24. Why a Developing World Bioethics Journal? with WA Landman. In: Developing World Bioethics 2001; 1(1): ii-v.
  25. Editorial. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2001; 15(4): iii-v.
  26. Editorial. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2001; 15(5/6): iii.
  27. HIV Preventive Vaccine Research and Access to Anti-Retrovirals. In: Developing World Bioethics 2001; 1(2): iii-v.
  28. Editorial. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2002; 16(1): iii.
  29. The whistle-blower: a dialogue. With C. Gazi. In: Issues in medical ethics 2001; 9(4): 127.
  30. The Politics of Ethical Consensus Finding. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2002; 16(2): iii-v.
  31. Editorial. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2002; 16(3): iii-iv.
  32. Editorial. with WA Landmann. In: Developing World Bioethics 2002; 2(1): iii.
  33. Authors' Reply to Thandi Comments. with D Moellendorf, T Jenkins. In: Developing World Bioethics 2002; 2(1): 92-93.
  34. Join Us at the 6th World Congress of Bioethics. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2002; 16(4): iii.
  35. Editorial. with WA Landmann. In: Developing World Bioethics 2002; 2(1): iii.
  36. Editorial. with WA Landmann. In: Developing World Bioethics 2002; 2(2): iii-iv.
  37. Editorial. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2003; 17(1): iii-iv.
  38. Ethics of Research Funding. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2003; 17(2): i-iv. [pdf file!]
  39. Editorial. with WA Landmann. In: Developing World Bioethics 2003; 3(1): ii-iii.
  40. Editorial. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2003; 17(3): iii-iv.
  41. Editorial. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2003; 17(5/6): iii.
  42. Multidisciplinarity in Bioethics. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2004; 18(1): iii-iv.
  43. Bioethical Colonialism. with R. Chadwick. In: Bioethics 2004; 18(5): iii-iv.
  44. UNESCO 'declares' universals on bioethics and human rights - many unexpected universal truths unearthed by UN body. with WA Landmann. In: Developing World Bioethics 2005; 5(3): iii-vi. [pdf.file!]
  45. Medecins sans frontieres under the spotlight. with WA Landmann. In: Developing World Bioethics 2006; 6(1): iii-iv.
  46. Ethics in Bioethics. In: Bioethics 2006; 20(5): iii.
  47. HIV Vaccine Trials: Reconsidering the Therapeutic Misconception and the Question of What Constitutes Trial Related Injuries. with RE Ashcroft. In: Developing World Bioethics 2007; 7(3): ii-iv.
  48. How Not to Win an Ethical Argument: Embryo Stem Cell Research Revisited. In: Bioethics 2008; 22(2): ii.
  49. An Uncomfortable Truth: HIV Vaccine Trials Must Continue. In: Developing World Bioethics 2008; 8(2): i-iii.
  50. AIDS - New Ethical Challenges. In: Bioethics 2008; 22(8): ii.
  51. Rethinking Mandator HIV Testing. (with B O'Grady) In: Bioethics 2009; 23(8): ii.
  52. Developing World Bioethics is Turning 10! In: Developing World Bioethics 2009; 9(3): ii.
  53. Dignity's Wooly Uplift. (with A Pacholczyk) In: Bioethics 2010; 24(2): ii.
  54. Calling it a Day on Proceduralism in Bioethics? In: Bioethics 2010; 24(9): ii.
  55. The Futue of Bioethics. In: Developing World Bioethics 2010; 10(2): ii.

Top::Other stuff

  1. Stop mit eugenischer und behindertenfeindlicher Lehre - Eine Replik. In: O. Brill et al. (Eds.) Wie schädlich ist Moralphilosophie? University of Bremen, Dep. of Philosophy: Bremen 1993: 14-18, 31994: 21-25.
  2. AIDS and the Bioethics Debate: reading abstracts is not enough. In: K. Joseph. (Ed.) Australian Association of Bioethics Conference Proceedings: Philosophy and Applied Ethics Re-Examined. University of Newcastle, Dep. of Philosophy: Newcastle 1996: 145-160.
  3. Bioethics in a Multicultural World. In: S. Horner. (Ed.) Conference Proceedings: Consensus in Bioethics. University of Central Lancashire CPE 1998: 29-39.
  4. Introduction to Bioethics. In: C. Ernest (Ed.) Principled Choices: Medical Ethics in South Africa. Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation: Johannesburg 2000: 7-18.The Case of Thandi. with T. Jenkins. In: C. Ernest (Ed.) Principled Choices: Medical Ethics in South Africa. Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation: Johannesburg 2000: 34-49.
  5. Compulsory Licensing will Address the HIV/AIDS Emergency. In: Women's Health Project Review 2001; 39: 11-12.
  6. Time to stop squabbling about AIDS conspiracy: Now that millions have started to die, SA has to refocus on the central issues. Business Day 07 February 2002, p. 7
  7. Biko's doctors surrendered independence. with T. Jenkins. In: Business Day 04 March 2002, p. 7
  8. SA could benefit from stem cell research. In: Business Day 28 May 2002
  9. Stand der biomedizinischen Forschung und juengste Entwicklungen in ausgewaehlten Laendern: Sued Afrika. In: German/French Foreign Ministries (eds): Auf dem Web zu einer globalen Bioethik? Bonn: 2002: 137-143.
  10. Unsafe Sex Isn't Rape. In: Business Day 23 January 2003
  11. Ethical Issues in International Health Research and Multicentre Studies. (with D Hare) Paper for the Brasilian Health Ministry, Brasilia 2007.
  12. The meaning of freedom. Economist 04 April 2009
  13. Stand up, stand up against Jesus. the guardian 06 November 2009.