Christopher Jordens
Christopher Jordens
Associate Professor in Bioethics, Sydney Health Ethics, The University of Sydney
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Multiplying health gains: the critical role of capacity-building within health promotion programs
P Hawe, M Noort, L King, C Jordens
Health policy 39 (1), 29-42, 1997
Liminality: A major category of the experience of cancer illness
M Little, CFC Jordens, K Paul, K Montgomery, B Philipson
Social science & medicine 47 (10), 1485-1494, 1998
Indicators to help with capacity building in health promotion
P Hawe, B Lloyd, L King, M Noort, C Jordens, DHHPSS Unit
NSW Health Department, 2000
Survivorship and discourses of identity
M Little, K Paul, CFC Jordens, EJ Sayers
Psycho‐Oncology: Journal of the Psychological, Social and Behavioral …, 2002
Discourse communities and the discourse of experience
M Little, CFC Jordens, EJ Sayers
Health: 7 (1), 73-86, 2003
Life disruption and generic complexity: A social linguistic analysis of narratives of cancer illness
CFC Jordens, M Little, K Paul, EJ Sayers
Social Science & Medicine 53 (9), 1227-1236, 2001
Caring for young people with cancer: practical implications of qualitative engagement with cancer survivors and those who care for them
P Lewis, J Mooney-Somers, C Jordens, D Bennett, P Patterson, ...
On surviving cancer
M Little, EJ Sayers, K Paul, CFC Jordens
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 93 (10), 501-503, 2000
Surviving survival: Life after cancer
M Little, C Jordens, K Paul, E Sayers
Choice Books, 2001
'In this scenario, I do this, for these reasons': narrative, genre and ethical reasoning in the clinic
CFC Jordens, M Little
Social Science & Medicine 58 (9), 1635-1645, 2004
Use of systematic reviews of randomised trials by Australian neonatologists and obstetricians
C Jordens, P Hawe, L Irwig, D Henderson-Smart, M Ryan, D Donoghue, ...
Medical Journal of Australia 168 (6), 267–270, 1998
You have to make something of all that rubbish, do you? An empirical investigation of the social process of qualitative research
SM Carter, CFC Jordens, C McGrath, M Little
Qualitative Health Research 18 (9), 1264-1276, 2008
Direct‐to‐consumer personal genome testing: ethical and regulatory issues that arise from wanting to ‘know’your DNA
GN Samuel, CFC Jordens, I Kerridge
Internal Medicine Journal 40 (3), 220-224, 2010
From advance directives to advance care planning: current legal status, ethical rationales and a new research agenda
C Jordens, M Little, I Kerridge, J McPhee
Internal medicine journal 35 (9), 563-566, 2005
Discourse in different voices: reconciling N=1 and N=many
M Little, CFC Jordens, K Paul, EJ Sayers, JA Cruickshank, J Stegeman, ...
Social science & medicine 55 (7), 1079-1087, 2002
Direct‐to‐consumer advertising under the radar: the need for realistic drugs policy in Australia
FJ Mackenzie, CFC Jordens, RA Ankeny, J McPhee, IH Kerridge
Internal Medicine Journal 37 (4), 224-228, 2007
Vulnerability in the narratives of patients and their carers: studies of colorectal cancer
M Little, K Paul, CFC Jordens, EJ Sayers
Health: 4 (4), 495-510, 2000
Reading spoken stories for values: A discursive study of cancer survivors and their professional carers
CFC Jordens
School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney, 2002
Growing up with cancer: accommodating the effects of cancer into young people’s social lives
P Lewis, CFC Jordens, J Mooney-Somers, K Smith, I Kerridge
Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing 30 (6), 311-319, 2013
Establishing the role of pre-implantation genetic diagnosis with human leucocyte antigen typing: what place do “saviour siblings” have in paediatric transplantation?
GN Samuel, KA Strong, I Kerridge, CFC Jordens, RA Ankeny, PJ Shaw
Archives of disease in childhood 94 (4), 317-320, 2009
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