A New Edition of South African Journal of Bioethics and Law is Now Available

October 25, 2017

South African Journal of Bioethics and Law (vol. 10, no. 1, 2017) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Liver Transplantation for Non-Resectable Colorectal Liver Metastases at a Single Centre in South Africa: A Report of the Ethics and Regulatory Approval process” by Harriet Rosanne Etheredge, Jean Botha, and Peter Cleaton-Jones
  • “The Intellectual Challenge of Doing Bioethics in South Africa” by Anthony Egan
  • “Incentives for HIV Testing at the Workplace in the Automotive Industry in the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality: Ethical Considerations” by Martin Weihs, Anna Meyer-Weitz, and Friederike Baasner-Weihs
  • “Routine Referrals: A Possible Solution for Transplantation Shortages” by Magda Slabbert and Bonnie Venter
  • “A Global Bioethical Perspective on Organ Trafficking: Discrimination, Stigmatisation and the Vulnerable” by Riaan Rheeder
  • “Dare We Rethink Informed Consent?” by Malcolm de Roubaix
  • “A Constitutional Critique on the Regulations Relating to Artificial Fertilisation of Persons” by Donrich Willem Jordaan
  • “Strange (and Incompatible) Bedfellows: The Relationship between the National Health Act and the Regulations Relating to Artificial Fertilisation of Persons, and Its Impact on Individuals Engaged in Assisted Reproduction” by Carmel van Niekerk

 

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