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South African Journal of Bioethics and Law

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The South African Journal of Bioethics and Law is a bi-annual journal for health professionals dealing with bioethics, law, human rights and related topics. A call for papers:The SAJBL is a key new journal that is dedicated to discussions of significant and critical issues surrounding the application of bioethics, health law and human rights in clinical practice, health policy and regulation and research. The journal will be an electronic one that will be issued twice a year. The editors welcome submissions from authors under the following headings: Empirical Ethics, Clinical Ethics, Health Policy and Law, Case Studies, and Review Articles. Cross-disciplinary debate is encouraged in order to increase the understanding of the complex ethical issues challenging consumers and providers of health care.

Other websites related to this journal:http://www.sajbl.org.za/


Vol 11, No 1 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial: The Life Esidimeni tragedy Arbitration award: A step in the direction of justice EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ames Dhai 3
Correspondence: Euthanasia and our worldview EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.V. Larsen 4
Life Esidimeni deaths: Can the former MEC for health and public health officials escape liability for the deaths of the mental-health patients on the basis of obedience to ‘superior orders’ or because the officials under them were negligent? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D.J. McQuoid-Mason 5-7
Healthcare in crisis: A shameful disrespect of our Constitution EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ames Dhai 8-10
Employer-generated complaints to the statutory registration authority: The regulatory framework for the supervision of employed health professionals in the South African public sector EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D.T. Hagemeister 11-14
Legal implications of data sharing in biobanking research in low-income settings: The Nigerian experience EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S.O. Akintola 15-19
What the contract does not say… A current analysis of what’s missing in clinical trial agreements EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G Agar, L.J. Burgess 20-23
Gender-affirming care in the context of medical ethics – gatekeeping v. informed consent EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Tomson 24-28
Human guinea pigs? The ethics of undergraduate and postgraduate student involvement in medical training in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M de Roubaix 29-34
The need to develop objective criteria for suitability as a surrogate mother: Reflections on Ex Parte KAF EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D.W. Thaldar 35-37
Should the state fund assisted reproductive technologies for HIV-discordant couples in South Africa who want to have children? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.W. Moodley 38-42
Can the consent provisions in the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act, which do not require children to be assisted by a parent or guardian, be used for live births by caesarian section in emergency situations? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D.J. McQuoid-Mason 43-45
Is there room for religious ethics in South African abortion law? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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F Jogee 46-51
MPS 2018 Ethics Alive Winning Essay: Witnessing injustice: What is the student’s role in advocating for patients? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Ramagaga 52-55


ISSN: 1999-7639
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