David Shaw
David Shaw
Basel University and Maastricht University
Verified email at unibas.ch
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Defining nano, nanotechnology and nanomedicine: why should it matter?
P Satalkar, BS Elger, DM Shaw
Science and engineering ethics 22 (5), 1255-1276, 2016
752016
Evidence-based persuasion: an ethical imperative
D Shaw, B Elger
jama 309 (16), 1689-1690, 2013
752013
What is a biobank? Differing definitions among biobank stakeholders
DM Shaw, BS Elger, F Colledge
Clinical genetics 85 (3), 223-227, 2014
642014
Challenges of clinical translation in nanomedicine: a qualitative study
P Satalkar, BS Elger, P Hunziker, D Shaw
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 12 (4), 893-900, 2016
632016
Researchers’ interpretations of research integrity: A qualitative study
D Shaw, P Satalkar
Accountability in research 25 (2), 79-93, 2018
482018
Ethical issues in the use of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in controlled donation after circulatory determination of death
AL Dalle Ave, DM Shaw, JL Bernat
American Journal of Transplantation 16 (8), 2293-2299, 2016
472016
Reasons why nurses decline influenza vaccination: a qualitative study
A Pless, SR McLennan, D Nicca, DM Shaw, BS Elger
BMC nursing 16 (1), 20, 2017
452017
The Cambridge Analytica affair and Internet‐mediated research
CO Schneble, BS Elger, D Shaw
EMBO reports 19 (8), 2018
442018
A direct advance on advance directives
D Shaw
Bioethics 26 (5), 267-274, 2012
432012
We should not let families stop organ donation from their dead relatives
D Shaw
Bmj 345, e5275, 2012
412012
Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) assisted cardiopulmonary resuscitation or uncontrolled donation after the circulatory determination of death following out-ofá…
AL Dalle Ave, DM Shaw, D Gardiner
Resuscitation 108, 87-94, 2016
402016
Representation of women as authors, reviewers, editors in chief, and editorial board members at 6 general medical journals in 2010 and 2011
TC Erren, JV Gro▀, DM Shaw, B Selle
JAMA internal medicine 174 (4), 633-635, 2014
392014
Homeopathy is where the harm is: five unethical effects of funding unscientific ‘remedies’
DM Shaw
Journal of medical ethics 36 (3), 130-131, 2010
352010
HEAT-PPCI sheds light on consent in pragmatic trials.
D Shaw
Lancet (London, England) 384 (9957), 1826, 2014
322014
TACKLING SOCIALLY DETERMINED DENTAL INEQUALITIES: ETHICAL ASPECTS OF CHILDSMILE, THE NATIONAL CHILD ORAL HEALTH DEMONSTRATIONá…
D Shaw, L Macpherson, D Conway
Bioethics 23 (2), 131-139, 2009
322009
Cryoethics: seeking life after death
D Shaw
Bioethics 23 (9), 515-521, 2009
312009
A means of improving public health in low-and middle-income countries? Benefits and challenges of international public–private partnerships
L Kostyak, DM Shaw, B Elger, B Annaheim
Public health 149, 120-129, 2017
302017
Persuading bereaved families to permit organ donation
D Shaw, B Elger
Intensive care medicine 40 (1), 96-98, 2014
302014
Creating human organs in chimaera pigs: an ethical source of immunocompatible organs?
D Shaw, W Dondorp, N Geijsen, G De Wert
Journal of Medical Ethics 41 (12), 970-974, 2015
292015
CRISPR and the rebirth of synthetic biology
R Heidari, DM Shaw, BS Elger
Science and engineering ethics 23 (2), 351-363, 2017
282017
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