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Pharmaceutical Transparency under the EU's Clinical Trial Regulation

The EU's proposed Clinical Trial Regulation represents an innovative, much-needed step in ensuring greater transparency of the results of trials conducted on forthcoming medicines. Its effectiveness, however, is limited by its proposed exemptions, most notably that protecting 'commercial interests'.

11:00, 16th April 2019
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Playing God: The Ethics of Designer Babies

Recently, there have been a number of important developments in gene editing revive ethical and religious dilemmas. But with these new opportunities comes questions as to whether society is are ready for these changes, and whether it is possible to ensure laws can keep up with science.

12:00, 16th November 2018
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The Treatment of Negligent Doctors: Reflections on the Dr Bawa-Garba Case

The case of a junior doctor stripped of her medical licence following the death of a six-year-old triggered mass outcry among medical professionals. In their view, it showed the current law's failure to appreciate how systemic issues in the NHS can lead to human error. Should the law be reformed?

11:00, 24th July 2018
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A Dose of Privacy? The Impact of GDPR on the NHS

The recent implementation of the GDPR has far reaching implications for many types of industries. The NHS, in particular, must ensure that it complies with the regulations, particularly in light of its status as one of the largest employers in the world and the nature of the data it holds.

11:10, 29th May 2018
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In a Similar Vein? A Comparative Analysis of Organ Donation Systems

The Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill 2017-19 proposes a 'soft opt-out' system involving a rebuttable presumption of consent to organ donation. An examination of organ donations in several foreign jurisdictions sets out a number of lessons that the UK must learn when implementing this system.

11:00, 13th April 2018
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Inked: Should Doctors Honour a Patient's DNR Tattoo?

The case of an unidentified patient in a Miami hospital has sparked debate upon medical lawyers and practitioners about how doctors should treat 'Do Not Resuscitate' tattoos. In the USA, the doctors showed a willingness to honour the tattoo; would and should English doctors follow suit?

12:00, 5th January 2018
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