Wendy Rogers

Professor

19972018
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I work in the field of practical bioethics. My program of research is characterised by identifying a practical problem, undertaking conceptual analysis of the underlying philosophical and ethical issues, and developing responses that advance knowledge and contribute to practice. This approach draws upon both my medical and philosophical training. My conceptual analysis and selection of issues is informed by my longstanding commitment to feminist bioethics. 

Currently I have projects in: defining disease and overdiagnosis; bioethics and activism; the ethics of surgical practice, innovation and research; and vulnerability.

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Projects 2010 2017

Research Output 1997 2018

Ethics
Early Detection of Cancer
vulnerability
cancer
moral philosophy

A new approach to defining disease

Walker, M. J. & Rogers, W. A. Aug 2018 In : Journal of Medicine and Philosophy (United Kingdom). 43, 4, p. 402-420 19 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Inductive Argument
Conceptual Analysis
health professionals
decision making
Equipment and Supplies
industry
sales representative

Ethical issues across the IDEAL stages of surgical innovation

Rogers, W. A., Hutchison, K. & McNair, A. 18 Oct 2018 (Accepted/In press) In : Annals of Surgery.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Ethics

No surgical innovation without evaluation: Evolution and further development of the IDEAL Framework and Recommendations

Hirst, A., Philippou, Y., Blazeby, J. & Rogers, W. A. 27 Apr 2018 In : Annals of Surgery. p. 1-10 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Equipment and Supplies
Life Cycle Stages
Ethics
Registries
Research Personnel