Items where Kingston Author is "Johnston, Carolyn"
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Johnston, Carolyn, Baty, Michael and Elnaiem, Azza (2014) King’s College London Student Clinical Ethics Committee case discussion: should a homeless, potentially suicidal man, be admitted to hospital overnight for the purpose of addressing a short-term shelter problem? Clinical Ethics, 9(2-3), pp. 104-107. ISSN (print) 1477-7509
Johnston, Carolyn (2013) The weight attributed to patient values in determining best interests. Journal of Medical Ethics, 39(9), pp. 562-564. ISSN (print) 0306-6800
Johnston, Carolyn, Williams, Christopher, Dias , Charlotte, Lapraik, Amelia, Marvdashti, Leila and Norcross, Claire (2012) Setting up a student clinical ethics committee. Clinical Ethics, 7(2), pp. 51-53. ISSN (print) 1477-7509
Johnston, Carolyn (2010) Online survey of the perceived need for ethics support in a large NHS Foundation Trust. Clinical Ethics, 5(4), pp. 201-206. ISSN (print) 1477-7509
Stirrat, G.M., Johnston, Carolyn, Gillon, R. and Boyd, K. (2010) Medical ethics and law for doctors of tomorrow: the 1998 Consensus Statement updated. Journal of Medical Ethics, 36(1), pp. 55-60. ISSN (print) 0306-6800
Johnston, Carolyn (2009) Overriding competent medical treatment refusal by adolescents: when "no" means "no". Archives of Disease in Childhood, 94(7), pp. 487-491. ISSN (print) 0003-9888
Johnston, Carolyn and Haughton, Peter (2007) Medical students' perceptions of their ethics teaching. Journal of Medical Ethics, 33(7), pp. 418-422. ISSN (print) 0306-6800
Johnston, Carolyn (2007) The Mental Capacity Act 2005 and advance decisions. Clinical Ethics, 2(2), pp. 80-84. ISSN (print) 1477-7509
Johnston, Carolyn and Liddle, Jane (2007) The Mental Capacity Act 2005: a new framework for healthcare decision making. Journal of Medical Ethics, 33(2), pp. 94-97. ISSN (print) 0306-6800
Johnston, Carolyn and Holt, Genevieve (2006) The legal and ethical implications of therapeutic privilege - is it ever justified to withhold treatment information from a competent patient? Clinical Ethics, 1(3), pp. 146-151. ISSN (print) 1477-7509
Johnston, Carolyn (2005) Does the statutory regulation of advance decision-making provide adequate respect for patient autonomy? Liverpool Law Review, 26(2), pp. 189-203. ISSN (print) 0144-932X
Johnston, Carolyn and Kaye, Jane (2004) Does the UK Biobank have a legal obligation to feedback individual findings to participants? Medical Law Review, 12(3), pp. 239-267. ISSN (print) 0967-0742
Johnston, Carolyn (2002) Parental autonomy and immunisation: a true choice? Bulletin of Medical Ethics(175), pp. 13-18. ISSN (print) 0962-9564
Johnston, Carolyn (2013) Lessons from medical ethics. In: Wathes, Christopher M. , Corr, Sandra A. , May, Stephen A. , McCulloch, Steven P. and Whiting , Martin C., (eds.) Veterinary and animal ethics: proceedings of the First International Conference on Veterinary and Animal Ethics, September 2011. Chichester, U.K. : Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 32-43. (UFAW Animal Welfare Series) ISBN 9781118314807
d'Agincourt-Canning, Lori and Johnston, Carolyn (2008) Disclosure. In: Singer, Peter A. and Viens, A.M., (eds.) The Cambridge textbook of bioethics. Cambridge, U.K. : Cambridge University Press. pp. 24-30. ISBN 9780521872843
Johnston, Carolyn (2004) How effective is the Human Rights Act 1998 in protecting genetic information? In: Tingle, John , Foster, Charles and Wheat, Kay, (eds.) Regulating healthcare quality: legal and professional issues. London, U.K. : Elsevier Health Sciences. pp. 121-142. ISBN 9780750687843
Conference or Workshop Item
Johnston, Carolyn (2007) Competence, consent and best interests: the extent to which adolescents are considered competent to make healthcare decisions which conflict with an objective view of their best interests. In: XXXth International Congress on Law & Mental Health; 25-30 Jun 2007, Padua, Italy. (Unpublished)
Johnston, Carolyn (2011) Divergence in healthcare decision-making: seeking a consensus on the meaning and application of 'best interests'. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.