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  • Journal Article
  • 2018

Anarchitectures of health: Futures for the biomedical drone

co-authored by Ria Sinha
in Global Public Health

‘Anarchitectures of health: Futures for the biomedical drone’ explores recent developments in repurposing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for health promotion. The paper argues that the biomedical drone is contributing to a re-spatialization of health and to a process of datafication that is set to fundamentally change the nature and scope of health surveillance and governance. As well as current logistical challenges, the article discusses the techno ethical considerations and psychological impact of introducing biomedical drones into locations where UAVs have been used as deadly tools of war.

The research of our scholars on the law concerning clinical care covers a wide range of issues, such as issues concerning medical negligence, medical decision-making on behalf of minors, advance medical directives and medical research fraud.

Clinical ethics and humanities is one of our other research areas. It is an interdisciplinary field that combines the study of medical ethics and the humanities (such as anthropology, philosophy, history, and art) to address ethical and humanistic issues in healthcare. It seeks to provide a nuanced understanding of complex ethical dilemmas that may arise in clinical settings, and to develop practical solutions that balance the needs and values of patients, families, and healthcare providers. Ongoing emerging disease threats and the development of novel technologies to tackle contemporary health issues may raise awareness of, or concerns about ethical implications and sociocultural challenges of healthcare delivery.

Our scholars, with a background in law, medicine, science, philosophy, history, anthropology, and bioethics actively engage with clinical ethics, humanities and law issues through their research and teaching commitments.

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  • Journal Article
  • 2023

Feeling, cognition, and the eighteenth-century context of kantian sympathy

by Carl Hildebrand
in British Journal for the History of Philosophy

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  • Book
  • 2023

Advance directives across Asia: A comparative sociolegal analysis

Lead co-editor: Daisy Cheung
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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  • Journal Article
  • 2023

The conundrums of the reasonable patient standard in English medical law

co-authored by Eric C. Ip
in BMC Medical Ethics

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  • Journal Article
  • 2022

Loneliness at the age of COVID-19

by Zohar Lederman
in Journal of Medical Ethics

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  • Journal Article
  • 2022

Reproductive health deemed “non-essential” during COVID-19: A neglected health vulnerability

by Olivia M. Y. Ngan
in Asia Pac J Public Health

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  • Journal Article
  • 2021

Psychedelic medicalization, public discourse, and the morality of ego dissolution

by Alex Gearin
in International Journal of Cultural Studies

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  • Book Chapter
  • 2021

Patient-centric turn in medical liability in Singapore

by Calvin W. L. Ho
in Medical Liability in Asia and Australasia (Springer)

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  • Book Chapter
  • 2020

Medical decision-making on behalf of minors: The Hong Kong context

by Daisy Cheung
in Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Young Children: A Comparative Perspective (Hart Publishing)

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  • Book Chapter
  • 2020

Parental rights, best interests and significant harms: Singapore and Malaysia perspectives on medical decision-making on behalf of children

by Calvin W. L. Ho
in Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Young Children: A Comparative Perspective (Hart Publishing)

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  • Journal Article
  • 2019

Criminalizing medical research fraud: Towards an appropriate legal framework and policy response

by Gilberto K. K. Leung
in Medical Law International

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