Professor Dominic Wilkinson: List of publications

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Behavioural discrimination of noxious stimuli in infants is dependent on brain maturation.

Identification and management of neonatal hypoglycaemia in the full-term infant (British Association of Perinatal Medicine-Framework for Practice).

Rapid Challenges: Ethics and Genomic Neonatal Intensive Care.

Newborns in crisis: An outline of neonatal ethical dilemmas in humanitarian medicine.

Cost-equivalence and Pluralism in Publicly-funded Health-care Systems.

Early Experiences with Genome Sequencing in Newborns

Thresholds for Resuscitation of Extremely Preterm Infants in the UK, Sweden, and Netherlands.

Ethical Complexity and Precaution When Parents and Doctors Disagree About Treatment.

Expensive care? Resource-based thresholds for potentially inappropriate treatment in intensive care.

Hard lessons: learning from the Charlie Gard case.

Philosophical medical ethics: more necessary than ever.

Disagreement, mediation, arbitration: resolving disputes about medical treatment.

Alfie Evans and Charlie Gard-should the law change?

Rationing potentially inappropriate treatment in newborn intensive care in developed countries.

A good resource for parents, but will clinicians use it?: Evaluation of a resource for paediatric end-of-life decision making

Settling for second best: when should doctors agree to parental demands for suboptimal medical treatment?

The Charlie Gard case: British and American approaches to court resolution of disputes over medical decisions.

Should obese women's access to assisted fertility treatment be limited? A scientific and ethical analysis.

What has philosophy got to do it? Conflicting views and values in end-of-life care

After Charlie Gard: ethically ensuring access to innovative treatment.

Restoring balance to “best interests” disputes in children

The publication symmetry test: a simple editorial heuristic to combat publication bias

Fifteen-minute consultation: perinatal palliative care.

Beyond resources: denying parental requests for futile treatment.

How Can You Be Transparent About Labeling the Living as Dead?

Rationing conscience.

Patient values informing medical treatment: a pilot community and advance care planning survey.

Decision-making at the borderline of viability: Who should decide and on what basis?

Schrodinger’s fetus

When should resuscitation at birth cease?

Protecting Future Children from In-Utero Harm.

Paternalism on Mars.

Melatonin for women in pregnancy for neuroprotection of the fetus.

Genomic intensive care: should we perform genome testing in critically ill newborns?

High flow nasal cannula for respiratory support in preterm infants.

In Favour of Medical Dissensus: Why We Should Agree to Disagree About End-of-Life Decisions.

Washed versus unwashed red blood cells for transfusion for the prevention of morbidity and mortality in preterm infants.

Caring Decisions: The Development of a Written Resource for Parents Facing End-of-Life Decisions.

Don't stop now? How long should resuscitation continue at birth in the absence of a detectable heartbeat?

Safeguarding choice at the end of life

Making decisions to limit treatment in life-limiting and life-threatening conditions in children: a framework for practice.

What information do parents need when facing end-of-life decisions for their child? A meta-synthesis of parental feedback.

The outcome of treatment limitation discussions in newborns with brain injury.

Ethical language and decision-making for prenatally diagnosed lethal malformations.

Perinatal management of trisomy 18: A survey of obstetricians in Australia, New Zealand and the UK

Three myths in end-of-life care.

Fatally flawed? A review and ethical analysis of lethal congenital malformations.

Should we allow organ donation euthanasia? Alternatives for maximizing the number and quality of organs for transplantation.

Knowing when to stop: futility in the ICU.

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