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Author Index - Philippa Taylor

Philippa Taylor is CMF Head of Public Policy.

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A Pretence to Consent? - Wales plans to introduce an opting out scheme for organ donation

New legislation for organ donation in Wales will introduce a ‘soft opt-out system’ permitting doctors to remove organs and tissue from any dead patient, unless they had specifically registered a formal objection to it, or their families give consent. ...
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Submission to the Welsh Government White Paper on organ and tissue donation (31/01/2012)

Plans for new legislation for organ donation in Wales to introduce a 'soft opt-out system' - otherwise known as 'presumed consent' - will permit doctors to remove organs and tissue...
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Abortion and mental health - the evidence builds (triple helix - Christmas 2011)

The standard rhetoric that well designed studies have failed to show any adverse effects of abortion on women is being increasingly undermined by solid new evidence showing that there are indeed increased rates of mental health problems for women post-abortion, even where the pregnancy is unwanted and/or unplanned. The question...

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Organ donation after death (triple helix - Christmas 2011)

The issue of organ donation after death has sparked a number of media news stories recently. There is a real shortage of organs available for transplant which has led to several proposalsintended to increase the supply of organs. The Welsh Assembly plans to introduce 'presumed consent' to organ donation within...

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Submission to Department of Education Review of Personal, Social, Health and Economics (PSHE) Education (30/11/2011)

The Government conducted an internal review to determine how to support schools to improve the quality of teaching of personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education, including giving teachers the...
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Submission to BCAP on the regulation of post-conception advice services (08/08/2011)

BCAP (The Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice) sets and reviews the rules for broadcast advertising. It has proposed that rules preventing commercial abortion providers from advertising on TV should be...
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stillbirths: tragedy and controversy (triple helix - summer 2011)

New figures from The Lancet reveal the tragedy of the scale of stillbirths, estimated at around 3 million worldwide, every year; more than 8,200 stillborn babies a day. This vast number eclipses deaths from AIDS/HIV and many other diseases that get far more money. Perhaps unsurprisingly, 98% of these are...

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Submission to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence on Quality Standards Programme: End of life care for adults (22/07/2011)

This quality standard covers all settings in which care is provided by health and social care staff to adults approaching the end of life and adults who die suddenly or...
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Going all the Way? - Cybernetics and Nanotechnology (nucleus - summer 2004)

Cybernetics may one day help the blind to see and the lame to walk…[1] …few things could actually be bigger than nanotechnology in terms of potential to revolutionize scientific and engineering research, improve human health and bolster our economy...[2] We face the prospect of a century dominated by biotechnology challenges....

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