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Lynn Gillam
Lynn Gillam
Professor, Children's Bioethics Centre, RCH and Melbourne School of Population and Global Health
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Ethics, reflexivity, and “ethically important moments” in research
M Guillemin, L Gillam
Qualitative inquiry 10 (2), 261-280, 2004
37892004
Slight/mild sensorineural hearing loss in children
M Wake, S Tobin, B Cone-Wesson, HH Dahl, L Gillam, L McCormick, ...
Pediatrics 118 (5), 1842-1851, 2006
1912006
Moral distress within neonatal and paediatric intensive care units: a systematic review
T Prentice, A Janvier, L Gillam, PG Davis
Archives of disease in childhood 101 (8), 701-708, 2016
1772016
The zone of parental discretion: an ethical tool for dealing with disagreement between parents and doctors about medical treatment for a child
L Gillam
Clinical Ethics 11 (1), 1-8, 2016
1572016
The Declaration of Helsinki, CIOMS and the ethics of research on vulnerable populations
D Zion, L Gillam, B Loff
Nature medicine 6 (6), 615-617, 2000
1342000
“You're one of us now”: young people describe their experiences of predictive genetic testing for Huntington disease (HD) and familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP)
RE Duncan, L Gillam, J Savulescu, R Williamson, JG Rogers, ...
American Journal of medical genetics part C: Seminars in medical genetics …, 2008
1152008
Genetic counselling and ethical issues with chromosome microarray analysis in prenatal testing
G McGillivray, JA Rosenfeld, RJ McKinlay Gardner, LH Gillam
Prenatal diagnosis 32 (4), 389-395, 2012
982012
Ethical principles for the management of infants with disorders of sex development
LH Gillam, JK Hewitt, GL Warne
Hormone research in paediatrics 74 (6), 412-418, 2010
942010
Human research ethics committees: examining their roles and practices
M Guillemin, L Gillam, D Rosenthal, A Bolitho
Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 7 (3), 38-49, 2012
932012
An international survey of predictive genetic testing in children for adult onset conditions
RE Duncan, J Savulescu, L Gillam, R Williamson, MB Delatycki
Genetics in Medicine 7 (6), 390-396, 2005
902005
Prenatal diagnosis and discrimination against the disabled.
L Gillam
Journal of medical ethics 25 (2), 163-171, 1999
901999
Revealing the diagnosis of androgen insensitivity syndrome in adulthood
J Conn, L Gillam, GS Conway
Bmj 331 (7517), 628, 2005
862005
How to facilitate decisions about surplus embryos: patients’ views
G Fuscaldo, S Russell, L Gillam
Human Reproduction 22 (12), 3129-3138, 2007
812007
Predictive genetic testing in minors for late-onset conditions: a chronological and analytical review of the ethical arguments
C Mand, L Gillam, MB Delatycki, RE Duncan
Journal of Medical Ethics 38 (9), 519-524, 2012
802012
Should patients with self-inflicted illness receive lower priority in access to healthcare resources? Mapping out the debate
K Sharkey, L Gillam
Journal of medical ethics 36 (11), 661-665, 2010
772010
Fertility in T urner syndrome
JK Hewitt, Y Jayasinghe, DJ Amor, LH Gillam, GL Warne, S Grover, ...
Clinical endocrinology 79 (5), 606-614, 2013
742013
“Holding your breath”: interviews with young people who have undergone predictive genetic testing for Huntington disease
RE Duncan, L Gillam, J Savulescu, R Williamson, JG Rogers, ...
American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A 143 (17), 1984-1989, 2007
722007
The psychosocial impact of Klinefelter syndrome and factors influencing quality of life
AS Herlihy, RI McLachlan, L Gillam, ML Cock, V Collins, JL Halliday
Genetics in Medicine 13 (7), 632-642, 2011
712011
“We’re checking them out”: Indigenous and non-Indigenous research participants’ accounts of deciding to be involved in research
M Guillemin, L Gillam, E Barnard, P Stewart, H Walker, D Rosenthal
International Journal for Equity in Health 15 (1), 1-10, 2016
672016
An ethics core curriculum for Australasian medical Schools.
AJ Braunack-Mayer, LH Gillam, EF Vance, GR Gillett, IH Kerridge, ...
The Medical Journal of Australia 175 (4), 205-210, 2001
662001
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