Affiliation: University of Birmingham
- Disparities in parenting criteria: an exploration of the issues, focusing on adoption and embryo donationH Widdows
Centre for the Study of Global Ethics, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
J Med Ethics 28:139-42. 2002..The paper concludes that current approaches to parent selection are unsystematic and inadequate, and discusses the implications of this assessment...
- Conceptualising the self in the genetic eraHeather Widdows
Centre for the Study of Global Ethics, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, UK
Health Care Anal 15:5-12. 2007....
- Is global ethics moral neo-colonialism? An investigation of the issue in the context of bioethicsHeather Widdows
Centre for the Studies of Global Ethics, Dept of Philosophy, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT
Bioethics 21:305-15. 2007..The paper concludes that practical necessity is driving the creation of global ethics and thus the pertinent question is no longer 'Whether global ethics?', but 'Why global ethics?'...
- Persons and their parts: new reproductive technologies and risks of commodificationHeather Widdows
Department of Philosophy, University of Birmingham, ARTS Building, Birmingham, B15 2TT, UK
Health Care Anal 17:36-46. 2009..Moreover given this link between body part and persons we should attempt to lessen commodifying attitudes and thus should resist the increasing use of practices which regard children as having choose-able parts...
- Localized past, globalized future: towards an effective bioethical framework using examples from population genetics and medical tourismHeather Widdows
Department of Philosophy at the University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Bioethics 25:83-91. 2011..It will conclude by suggesting that more appropriate models are emerging, particularly in population genetics, which can supplement consent...
- Conceptualising health: insights from the capability approachIain Law
Department of Philosophy, University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK
Health Care Anal 16:303-14. 2008..Cases are used to illustrate the value of adopting a capability approach...
- Global bioethicsHeather Widdows
Centre for the Study of Global Ethics, 13 Pritchatts Road, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2QU, UK
New Rev Bioeth 1:101-116. 2003