Soren Holm
Soren Holm
További nevekSøren Holm
Professor of Bioethics, University of Manchester
E-mail megerősítve itt: MANCHESTER.AC.UK - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Not just autonomy--the principles of American biomedical ethics.
S Holm
Journal of medical ethics 21 (6), 332-338, 1995
Attitudes towards clinical research amongst participants and nonparticipants
SM Madsen, MR Mirza, S Holm, KL Hilsted, K Kampmann, P Riis
Journal of internal medicine 251 (2), 156-168, 2002
Goodbye to the simple solutions: the second phase of priority setting in health care
S Holm
British Medical Journal 317, 1000-1001, 1998
Direct-to-consumer genetic testing for predicting sports performance and talent identification: Consensus statement
N Webborn, A Williams, M McNamee, C Bouchard, Y Pitsiladis, I Ahmetov, ...
British journal of sports medicine 49 (23), 1486-1491, 2015
Precautionary principle stifles discovery
S Holm, J Harris
Nature 400 (6743), 398-398, 1999
Rights and reproductive choice
J Harris, S Holm
Clarendon Press, 1998
The future of human reproduction: ethics, choice, and regulation
J Harris, S Holm
Oxford University Press, USA, 1998
Extending human lifespan and the precautionary paradox
J Harris, S Holm
The Journal of medicine and philosophy 27 (3), 355-368, 2002
The natural course of neurological recovery following cardiopulmonary resuscitation
EO Jørgensen, S Holm
Resuscitation 36 (2), 111-122, 1998
Can the written information to research subjects be improved?--an empirical study.
E Bjørn, P Rossel, S Holm
Journal of Medical Ethics 25 (3), 263-267, 1999
What is wrong with compliance?
S Holm
Journal of medical ethics 19 (2), 108-110, 1993
Going to the roots of the stem cell controversy
S Holm
Bioethics 16 (6), 493-507, 2002
Is there a moral obligation not to infect others?
J Harris, S Holm
BMJ 311 (7014), 1215-1217, 1995
Ethical problems in clinical practice: the ethical reasoning of health care professionals
S Holm
Manchester University Press, 1997
Ethical aspects of clinical trials: the attitudes of the public and out‐patients
S Madsen, S Holm, P Riis
Journal of internal medicine 245 (6), 571-579, 1999
Autonomy, authenticity, or best interest: Everyday decision-making and persons with dementia
S Holm
Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 4, 153-159, 2001
Assistive technology, telecare and people with intellectual disabilities: ethical considerations
J Perry, S Beyer, S Holm
Journal of Medical Ethics 35 (2), 81-86, 2009
To nudge or not to nudge: cancer screening programmes and the limits of libertarian paternalism
T Ploug, S Holm, J Brodersen
J Epidemiol Community Health 66 (12), 1193-1196, 2012
Obesity interventions and ethics
S Holm
Obesity Reviews 8, 207-210, 2007
Attitudes towards clinical research among cancer trial participants and non-participants: an interview study using a Grounded Theory approach
SM Madsen, S Holm, P Riis
Journal of Medical Ethics 33 (4), 234-240, 2007
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