Dr Stuart Oultram PhD, MA, BA

Lecturer in Bioethics Health Services Research

    Publications

    2018

    Blowing the Whistle: Perceptions of surgical staff and medical students in a public South African hospital. (Journal article)

    Kusu-Orkar, T. -E., Symonds, A., Bickerstaffe, H., Allorto, N., & Oultram, S. J. (n.d.). Blowing the Whistle: Perceptions of surgical staff and medical students in a public South African hospital.. Indian journal of medical ethics. doi:10.20529/IJME.2018.071

    DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2018.071

    2016

    Gestational Surrogacy, Ethics and the Family (Chapter)

    Oultram, S. J., Jones, C., & Frith, L. (2016). Gestational Surrogacy, Ethics and the Family. In E. Scott Sills (Ed.), Handbook of Gestational Surrogacy: International Clinical Practice and Policy Issues. Cambridge University Press.

    2015

    ONE MUM TOO FEW: Maternal Status in Host Surrogate Motherhood Arrangements (Journal article)

    Oultram, S. (2015). ONE MUM TOO FEW: Maternal Status in Host Surrogate Motherhood Arrangements. Journal of Medical Ethics, 41(6).

    2013

    Virtual Plagues and Real World Pandemics: Reflecting on the potential for online computer role-playing games to inform real world epidemic research (Journal article)

    Oultram, S. (2013). Virtual Plagues and Real World Pandemics: Reflecting on the potential for online computer role-playing games to inform real world epidemic research. Medical Humanities, 39(2).

    2012

    Reflecting on the 'Patient record access proposals' in the UK Government's planned NHS-Life Sciences partnership (Journal article)

    Oultram, S. (2012). Reflecting on the 'Patient record access proposals' in the UK Government's planned NHS-Life Sciences partnership. Research Ethics, 8(3).

    2011

    Clinical Ethics Committee Case 15: A case study in surgical consent - Mr X's appendix (Journal article)

    Oultram, S. (2011). Clinical Ethics Committee Case 15: A case study in surgical consent - Mr X's appendix. Clinical Ethics, 6(3), 113-116.

    The Topsy-Turvy Cloning Law (Journal article)

    Brassington, I., & Oultram, S. (2011). The Topsy-Turvy Cloning Law. Monash Bioethics review, 29(3), 4.1-4.18.

    2010

    Disability, Reproductive Interventions and Moral Consistency (Chapter)

    Oultram, S. (2010). Disability, Reproductive Interventions and Moral Consistency. In I. Lange, Z. Norridge, R. Fisher, & D. Riha (Eds.), Illness, Bodies, and Contexts: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (pp. 245-250). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

    Does the Baby-Selling Objection to Commercial Surrogacy Misuse Immanuel Kant? (Chapter)

    Oultram, S. (2010). Does the Baby-Selling Objection to Commercial Surrogacy Misuse Immanuel Kant?. In M. Hayry, T. Takala, P. Herisson-Kelly, & G. Arneson (Eds.), Values in Bioethics: Arguments and Analysis in Bioethics (pp. 177-184). Amsterdam: Rodopi.

    The Ethical & Policy Implications of Rogue Medical Tourism (Journal article)

    Hunter, D., & Oultram, S. (2010). The Ethical & Policy Implications of Rogue Medical Tourism. Global Social Policy, 10, 297-299.

    2009

    All hail the new flesh: some thoughts on scarification, children, and adults (Journal article)

    Oultram, S. (2009). All hail the new flesh: some thoughts on scarification, children, and adults. Journal of Medical Ethics, 35(10), 607-610.

    2008

    The Challenge of 'Sperm Ships': The need for the global regulation of medical technology (Journal article)

    Hunter, D., & Oultram, S. (2008). The Challenge of 'Sperm Ships': The need for the global regulation of medical technology. Journal of Medical Ethics, 34(7), 552-556.
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