Organ Donation and Transplantation
|Researchers||Project Title||Project Type||Duration||Funding|
|Waldby C, Kerridge I, Skene L||Human Oöcytes for Stem cell Research: Donation and Regulation in Australia||ARC Linkage Grant LP0882054||2008-10||$215,000 over 3 years $76,000 (2008), $80,000 (2009), $59,000 (2010)|
|Kerridge I, O'Brien T, Stewart C, Jordens C, Nassar N, Ankeny R||Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding the Decision-Making Process for Donating and Banking Umbilical Cord Blood||NHMRC Project Grant 512416||2008-10||$402,000 over 3 years: $148,500 (2008), $168,500 (2009), $85,000 (2010)|
|Ankeny R, Shaw P, Jordens C, O'Brien T, Carter S, Kerridge I (AIs: McPhee J, Barlow-Stewart K)||Towards a Best Practice of Emerging Technologies: PGD and HLA Typing for Paediatric Transplantation||NSW Cancer Council Research Project Grant RG 07-16||2007-9||$258,956 over 3 years: $84,790 (2007), $90,853 (2008), $83,313 (2009)|
|Currey J, Botti M, Thomas S, Kerridge I, Komesaroff P||Living With an Artificial Heart: Experiences of Patients and Carers||Deakin University Central Research Grant Scheme||2007||$20,000 over 1 year|
|Kerridge I, Stewart C, Jordens C, Carter S||Difficult Decisions: a Critical Analysis of Consent to High-Risk Medical Treatments; Examination of Legal and Ethical Limitations||NHMRC Project Grant 457439||2007-9||$306,750 over 3 years: $99,000 (2007), $108,375 (2008), $99,375 (2009)|
|Kerridge I, Jordens C, McGrath C, Little JM||Quality of Survival Following Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant||Thyne Reid Charitable Trust||2005-6||$200,000 over 2 years|
Biller-Adorno N, Wilson D, Kerridge I, Chapman J. Ethical issues on the use of human tissues and cells. in Tissue and Cell Transplant. Warwick R, Brubaker S and Minge S (eds). Wiley, London, 2011 (in press).
Samuel G, Kerridge I, O'Brien T. Ethical issues surrounding umbilical cord blood donation and banking, in Bhattacharya N and Stubblefield P (Eds), Regenerative Medicine using pregnancy Specific Biological Substances. Springer, 2011.
Saul P, McPhee J, Kerridge I. Organ donation and transplantation in Australia, in Freckleton I and Petersen K (eds). Disputes & Dilemmas in Health Law, pp 343-362. Sydney: Federation Press, 2006.
Saul P, Kerridge I, McPhee J. Organ Transplantation, in Freckleton I and Peterson K (eds). Controversies in Health Law. Melbourne: Federation Press, 1999.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Bendorf A, Kerridge I. Ethical issues of bone marrow transplantation in children. J Paediatric Child Health. 2011 (in press).
Forsyth R, Scanlan C, Carter SM, Jordens CFC, Kerridge IH. Decision making in a crowded room: the relational significance of social roles in decision making for allogeneic stem cell transplantation. Qual Health Research (in press).
Lawlor M, Kerridge I, Ankeny R, Dobbins T A, Billson F. Specific unwillingness to donate eyes: the impact of disfigurement, knowledge and procurement on corneal donation. Am J Transplant. 2010; 10: 656-62.
Axler RE, Strong KA, Jordens CFC, Ankeny RA, Barlow-Stewart K, Kerridge IH. What's in a name? Searching the web for information about ethically contentious and emerging technologies. Journal of Communication in Healthcare. 2009; 2(2): 173-183.
Lawlor M, Kerridge I. Registering wishes about organ and tissue donation: personal discussion during licence renewal may be superior to online registration. Intern Med J. 2009; 39(12): 835-7.
Samuel G N, Strong K A, Kerridge I, Jordens C F C, Ankeny R, Shaw P J. What place do "saviour siblings" have in paediatric transplantation? Establishing the role of pre-implantation genetic diagnosis with HLA typing. Arch Dis Child. 2009; 94(4): 317-20.
Samuel G, Kerridge I, O'Brien T. Umbilical cord banking: public good or private benefit? Med J Aust. 2008; 188(9): 533-535.
Samuel GN, Kerridge IH, Vowels M, Trickett A, Chapman J, Dobbins T. Ethnicity, equity and public benefit: a critical evaluation of public umbilical cord blood banking in Australia. Bone Marrow Transplant. 2007; 40(8): 729-34.
Samuel GN, Kerridge IH. Equity, Utility and the Marketplace: Emerging Ethical Issues of Umbilical Cord Banking in Australia. J Bioethical Inquiry. 2007; 4(1): 55-63.
Lawlor M, Kerridge IH, Ankeny R, Billson F. Public education and organ donation: untested assumptions and unexpected consequences. J Law Med. 2007; 14(3): 360-6.
Samuel GN, Ankeny RA, Kerridge IH. Mixing metaphors in umbilical cord blood transplantation. Am J Bioethics. 2006; 6(6): 58-9.
Potter M, Kerridge IH. Bone marrow and stem cell transplantation. Medicine, 2004; 32(6): 46-9.
Kerridge IH, Lowe M, McPhee J, Saul P, Williams D. Death, dying and donation: organ transplantation and the diagnosis of death. J Med Ethics, 2002; 28: 89-94.
Kerridge IH, Lowe M, McPhee J, Saul P, Williams D. Death, dying and donation: Organ transplantation and the diagnosis of death. Aust Institute of Health Law & Ethics: Topics for Attention Paper, May, 1999.
Kerridge IH, Saul P and Batey R G. The clinical and ethical implications of Hepatitis C to organ transplantation in Australia. [[i||Med J Aus., 1996; 165(5):282-5.
Kerridge IH, and Lowe M. Defining death: The ethics of brain stem death and the persistent vegetative state, Student BMJ. 1996; 4: 453-5.
Lowe M, Kerridge IH and Mitchell K R. These sorts of people don't do very well: Race and the allocation of health resources. J Med Ethics. 1995; 21(6): 356-60.
Mitchell K R, Kerridge IH and Lovat T J. Persistent vegetative state, medical futility and the obligation to rescue the permanently unconscious. J Med Ethics. 1993; 19(2): 71-6.
Peer-Reviewed Letters and Case Reports
Ankeny R A, Kerridge IH. On not taking objective risk assessments at face value. Am J Bioethics. 2004; 4(3): 35.
Kerridge IH, Saul P, Lowe M, McPhee J, Williams D. A definition of death should not be related to organ transplants, but currently, it is. J Med Ethics. 2003; 29: 201-2