Dr Jennifer Fleming

Postdoctoral Researcher
Centre for Values, Ethics & Law in Medicine (VELIM), School of Public Health

Telephone +61 2 9036 3044

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Selected grants

2012

  • Ensuring the utility and sustainability of tissue banks: Supporting translational research in Australia through informed regulation and community engagement.; Kerridge I, Stewart C, Marlton P, Otlowski M, Nicol D, Critchley C, Fleming J, Otlowski M; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Aparicio, L., Lipworth, W., Then, S., Stewart, C., Coghlan, P., Kerridge, I., Fleming, J. (2013). Biobanking of blood and bone marrow: Emerging challenges for custodians of public resources. Journal of Law and Medicine, 21(2), 343-350.
  • Ownsworth, T., Fleming, J., Tate, R., Shum, D., Griffin, J., Schmidt, J., Lane-Brown, A., Kendall, M., Chevignard, M. (2013). Comparison of error-based and errorless learning for people with severe traumatic brain injury: study protocol for a randomized control trial. Trials, 14(1), 1-9. [More Information]
  • Stewart, C., Fleming, J., Kerridge, I. (2013). The law of gifts, conditional donation and biobanking. Journal of Law and Medicine, 21(2), 351-356.
  • Schmidt, J., Fleming, J., Ownsworth, T., Lannin Marshman, N. (2013). Video Feedback on Functional Task Performance Improves Self-Awareness After Traumatic Brain Injury: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 27(4), 316-324. [More Information]
  • Schmidt, J., Fleming, J., Ownsworth, T., Lannin Marshman, N., Khan, A. (2012). Feedback interventions for improving self-awareness after brain injury: a protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 59(2), 138-146. [More Information]
  • Schmidt, J., Lannin Marshman, N., Fleming, J., Ownsworth, T. (2011). Feedback interventions for impaired self-awareness following brain injury: A systematic review. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 43(8), 673-680. [More Information]
  • Fleming, J. (2010). Book Review: Suffer the little children "The Ethics of Pediatric Research" by David Wendler: Oxford University Press 2010. Medical Journal of Australia, 193(11/12), 684.
  • Cook, D., Fleming, J. (2009). Understanding the shared responsibility in assessing the benefits and risks of research for the vulnerable critical care patient. Critical Care Medicine, 37(3), 1169-1170. [More Information]
  • Fleming, J. (2007). The governance of human genetic research databases in mental health research. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 30(3), 182-190. [More Information]
  • Kuipers, P., Kendall, M., Fleming, J., Tate, R. (2004). Comparison Of The Sydney Psychosocial Reintegration Scale (SPRS) With The Community Integration Questionnaire (CIQ): Psychometric Properties. Brain Injury, 18(2), 161-177.

Conferences

  • Ellis, M., Fleming, J. (2009). Tissue Banking - Facilitating Translational Research. Princess Alexandra Hospital Cancer Collaborative Seminar 2009, Australia: PAH Cancer Collaborative Group.
  • Fleming, J. (2008). Challenges for Laboratory Studies & Ethics Committees: Perceptions of Tissue Donors & the Public on Ethical Issues with Tissue Banks. Australasian Leukaemia & Lymphoma Group (ALLG) Scientific Meeting 2008, Australia: Australasian Leukaemia & Lymphoma Group (ALLG).
  • Fleming, J. (2008). Facilitating the Sustainability of Tissue Banks & Translational Research via Harmonisation of Ethical & Regulatory Frameworks. 6th Australasian Biospecimen Network Association Annual Meeting ABNA 2008, Australia: Australasian Biospecimen Network Association.
  • Fleming, J. (2008). Optimising Data Systems in Tissue Banking: Perceptions of Providers & Donors. Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA) Forum 2008, Australia: Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA).
  • Fleming, J. (2008). Public Engagement in Tissue Banks and related Ethical Issues. Public Forum: 50+ Registry, Australasian Centre for Ageing, University of Queensland 2008, Australia: Australasian Centre on Ageing, The University of Queensland.
  • Fleming, J. (2007). Empirical Study of Stakeholder Perspectives of the Ethical & Legal Challenges for Tissue Banks & Human Genetic Research Databases – Implications for Research & Reform. 4th International DNA Conference 2007.
  • Fleming, J. (2007). Issues with Tissues II: Empirical Study of Donor & Public Attitudes Towards Biobanks & Genetic Research in Australia. National Research Ethics Conference 2007, Australia: National Health and Medical Research Council.
  • Fleming, J. (2007). Issues with Tissues: Donor and Public Perspectives. Princess Alexandra Hospital Cancer Collaborative Seminar 2007, Australia: PAH Cancer Collaborative Group.
  • Fleming, J. (2007). Perspectives on Tissue Banks and Human Genetic Research Databases: Implications for Research and Regulatory Reform. Centre for Law and Genetics and Australian Centre for Emerging Technologies and Society Symposium 2006, Australia: University of Tasmania - Centre for Law and Genetics.
  • Fleming, J. (2006). Legal and Ethical Challenges Facing Tissue Banks and Human Genetic Research Databases in Clinical Research - Stakeholder Perspectives. Australasian Clinical Research Conference 2006, Australia.
  • Fleming, J. (2006). Stakeholder perspectives of ethical and legal challenges of tissue banks and human genetic research databases: implications for research and reform. Australasian Bioethics Association & Australian and New Zealand Institute of Health, Law and Ethics Conference 2006, Australia: Australian Bioethics Association & Australian Institute of Health, Law and Ethics.
  • Fleming, J. (2006). What Say They? Donor & Public Perceptions on Tissue Banks & Human Genetic Research Databases. Australian Health & Medical Research Congress 2006: Australasian Biospecimens Network Symposium, Australia.
  • Fleming, J. (2005). Challenges for Governance of Human Genetic Databases and Implications for Prospective Genetic Research in Mental Health. 29th International Congress on Law and Mental Health 2005, Netherlands: Springer.
  • Fleming, J. (2005). Ethical Challenges for Human Genetics Research Databases. Australian Association of Medical Research Institutes Conference AAMRI 2005, Australia: Australian Association of Medical Research Institutes.

2013

  • Aparicio, L., Lipworth, W., Then, S., Stewart, C., Coghlan, P., Kerridge, I., Fleming, J. (2013). Biobanking of blood and bone marrow: Emerging challenges for custodians of public resources. Journal of Law and Medicine, 21(2), 343-350.
  • Ownsworth, T., Fleming, J., Tate, R., Shum, D., Griffin, J., Schmidt, J., Lane-Brown, A., Kendall, M., Chevignard, M. (2013). Comparison of error-based and errorless learning for people with severe traumatic brain injury: study protocol for a randomized control trial. Trials, 14(1), 1-9. [More Information]
  • Stewart, C., Fleming, J., Kerridge, I. (2013). The law of gifts, conditional donation and biobanking. Journal of Law and Medicine, 21(2), 351-356.
  • Schmidt, J., Fleming, J., Ownsworth, T., Lannin Marshman, N. (2013). Video Feedback on Functional Task Performance Improves Self-Awareness After Traumatic Brain Injury: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 27(4), 316-324. [More Information]

2012

  • Schmidt, J., Fleming, J., Ownsworth, T., Lannin Marshman, N., Khan, A. (2012). Feedback interventions for improving self-awareness after brain injury: a protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 59(2), 138-146. [More Information]

2011

  • Schmidt, J., Lannin Marshman, N., Fleming, J., Ownsworth, T. (2011). Feedback interventions for impaired self-awareness following brain injury: A systematic review. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 43(8), 673-680. [More Information]

2010

  • Fleming, J. (2010). Book Review: Suffer the little children "The Ethics of Pediatric Research" by David Wendler: Oxford University Press 2010. Medical Journal of Australia, 193(11/12), 684.

2009

  • Ellis, M., Fleming, J. (2009). Tissue Banking - Facilitating Translational Research. Princess Alexandra Hospital Cancer Collaborative Seminar 2009, Australia: PAH Cancer Collaborative Group.
  • Cook, D., Fleming, J. (2009). Understanding the shared responsibility in assessing the benefits and risks of research for the vulnerable critical care patient. Critical Care Medicine, 37(3), 1169-1170. [More Information]

2008

  • Fleming, J. (2008). Challenges for Laboratory Studies & Ethics Committees: Perceptions of Tissue Donors & the Public on Ethical Issues with Tissue Banks. Australasian Leukaemia & Lymphoma Group (ALLG) Scientific Meeting 2008, Australia: Australasian Leukaemia & Lymphoma Group (ALLG).
  • Fleming, J. (2008). Facilitating the Sustainability of Tissue Banks & Translational Research via Harmonisation of Ethical & Regulatory Frameworks. 6th Australasian Biospecimen Network Association Annual Meeting ABNA 2008, Australia: Australasian Biospecimen Network Association.
  • Fleming, J. (2008). Optimising Data Systems in Tissue Banking: Perceptions of Providers & Donors. Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA) Forum 2008, Australia: Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA).
  • Fleming, J. (2008). Public Engagement in Tissue Banks and related Ethical Issues. Public Forum: 50+ Registry, Australasian Centre for Ageing, University of Queensland 2008, Australia: Australasian Centre on Ageing, The University of Queensland.

2007

  • Fleming, J. (2007). Empirical Study of Stakeholder Perspectives of the Ethical & Legal Challenges for Tissue Banks & Human Genetic Research Databases – Implications for Research & Reform. 4th International DNA Conference 2007.
  • Fleming, J. (2007). Issues with Tissues II: Empirical Study of Donor & Public Attitudes Towards Biobanks & Genetic Research in Australia. National Research Ethics Conference 2007, Australia: National Health and Medical Research Council.
  • Fleming, J. (2007). Issues with Tissues: Donor and Public Perspectives. Princess Alexandra Hospital Cancer Collaborative Seminar 2007, Australia: PAH Cancer Collaborative Group.
  • Fleming, J. (2007). Perspectives on Tissue Banks and Human Genetic Research Databases: Implications for Research and Regulatory Reform. Centre for Law and Genetics and Australian Centre for Emerging Technologies and Society Symposium 2006, Australia: University of Tasmania - Centre for Law and Genetics.
  • Fleming, J. (2007). The governance of human genetic research databases in mental health research. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 30(3), 182-190. [More Information]

2006

  • Fleming, J. (2006). Legal and Ethical Challenges Facing Tissue Banks and Human Genetic Research Databases in Clinical Research - Stakeholder Perspectives. Australasian Clinical Research Conference 2006, Australia.
  • Fleming, J. (2006). Stakeholder perspectives of ethical and legal challenges of tissue banks and human genetic research databases: implications for research and reform. Australasian Bioethics Association & Australian and New Zealand Institute of Health, Law and Ethics Conference 2006, Australia: Australian Bioethics Association & Australian Institute of Health, Law and Ethics.
  • Fleming, J. (2006). What Say They? Donor & Public Perceptions on Tissue Banks & Human Genetic Research Databases. Australian Health & Medical Research Congress 2006: Australasian Biospecimens Network Symposium, Australia.

2005

  • Fleming, J. (2005). Challenges for Governance of Human Genetic Databases and Implications for Prospective Genetic Research in Mental Health. 29th International Congress on Law and Mental Health 2005, Netherlands: Springer.
  • Fleming, J. (2005). Ethical Challenges for Human Genetics Research Databases. Australian Association of Medical Research Institutes Conference AAMRI 2005, Australia: Australian Association of Medical Research Institutes.

2004

  • Kuipers, P., Kendall, M., Fleming, J., Tate, R. (2004). Comparison Of The Sydney Psychosocial Reintegration Scale (SPRS) With The Community Integration Questionnaire (CIQ): Psychometric Properties. Brain Injury, 18(2), 161-177.

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