Ainsley J Newson
Affiliation: University of Bristol
- Ethical aspects arising from non-invasive fetal diagnosisAinsley J Newson
Centre for Ethics in Medicine, University of Bristol, 3rd Floor, Hampton House, Cotham Hill, Bristol BS6 6AU, UK
Semin Fetal Neonatal Med 13:103-8. 2008..The offer of NIPD external to any clinical oversight might give rise to wider social sex selection, paternity testing or testing 'for information'. The value assumptions of these uses of NIPD need to be addressed...
- Commentary: Consent and confidentiality in publishing--the view of the BMJ's ethics committeeAinsley J Newson
Centre for Ethics in Medicine, University of Bristol, Bristol BS6 6AU
BMJ 337:a1232. 2008
- Childhood genetic testing for familial cancer: should adoption make a difference?Ainsley J Newson
Centre for Ethics in Medicine, University of Bristol, 3rd Floor, Hampton House, Cotham Hill, Bristol, BS6 6AU, UK
Fam Cancer 9:37-42. 2010....
- Current ethical issues in synthetic biology: where should we go from here?Ainsley J Newson
Centre for Ethics in Medicine, School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol, UK
Account Res 18:181-93. 2011....
- Should non-invasiveness change informed consent procedures for prenatal diagnosis?Zuzana Deans
Centre for Ethics in Medicine, Department of Community Based Medicine, University of Bristol, Cotham Hill, Bristol, UK
Health Care Anal 19:122-32. 2011..We conclude that, on balance, consent procedures for NIPD should mirror those for invasive testing, albeit without the need to emphasise procedure-related risk...
- Consent to the publication of patient information: incompetent patients may pose a problemAinsley J Newson
BMJ 329:916. 2004
- Cascade testing in familial hypercholesterolaemia: how should family members be contacted?Ainsley J Newson
Medical Ethics Unit, Imperial College London, London, UK
Eur J Hum Genet 13:401-8. 2005..We describe several criteria that, if met, will allow an appropriate balance to be struck between maximising the efficiency of family tracing and respecting the interests of probands and their relatives...
- Clinical genetics and the problem with unqualified confidentialityRony E Duncan
Imperial College London
Am J Bioeth 6:41-3; discussion W32-4. 2006