Dr Jeffrey Wale
Dr Jeffrey Wale
Senior Lecturer, Bournemouth University
Verified email at bournemouth.ac.uk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
The right to know and the right not to know revisited: part one
R Brownsword, J Wale
Asian bioethics review 9 (1-2), 3-18, 2017
52017
The development of non-invasive prenatal testing: some legal and ethical questions
R Brownsword, J Wale
Jahrbuch für Recht und Ethik/Annual Review of Law and Ethics 24, 2016
22016
Don’t forget the legal framework: The public provision of non-invasive prenatal testing in England and Wales
JI Wale
Medical Law International 15 (4), 203-215, 2015
22015
Testing Times Ahead: Non‐Invasive Prenatal Testing and the Kind of Community We Want to Be
R Brownsword, J Wale
The Modern Law Review 81 (4), 646-672, 2018
12018
Regulating in the Global Village: The Case of Non-Invasive Pre-Natal Tests
R Brownsword, J Wale
Medicine, Law and the Internet., 2018
12018
Testing Times Ahead?
R Brownsword, J Wale
Submitted, 0
1
Regulating medical decision-making: a qualitative study of fetal reduction in multiple pregnancy.
J Wale
Bournemouth University, 2019
2019
Sterilisations at delivery or after childbirth: Addressing continuing abuses in the consent process
S Rowlands, J Wale
Global public health 14 (8), 1153-1166, 2019
2019
Regulating disruptive technology and informational interests in the arena of reproductive tests
J Wale
Journal of Information Rights, Policy and Practice 3 (1), 2019
2019
Correction to: The Right to Know and the Right Not to Know Revisited
R Brownsword, J Wale
Asian Bioethics Review 11 (1), 123-123, 2019
2019
Screening Human Life-The Legal and Ethical Implications of Non-invasive Prenatal Testing
J Wale
AMPS Proceedings, 2018
2018
Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing: Facilitating Autonomy or Complicating Decision making?
J Wale
2016
Compromise Medicalisation
R Brownsword, J Wale
Routledge, 2015
2015
Commentary: Greater Glasgow Health Board v Doogan & Another [2014] UKSC 68
J Wale
UK Health Care Law, 2015
2015
Enhancing Cohort Identity in Legal Education
J Wale
2014
Drinking can harm a foetus, but court finds girl born with disorder wasn’t victim of crime
J Wale
The Conversation, 2014
2014
Mismatch in notifications reveal a worrying problem in our abortion statistics
J Wale
The Conversation, 2014
2014
“Avoiding the battle or deliberately opaque? Fair labelling and accessible language in the abortion debate”.
J Wale
2014
Selective termination of pregnancy and fetal reduction in multiple pregnancy: terminology, blurred lines and ethical discourse.
J Wale
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