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Tess Johnson
Tess Johnson
University of Oxford (postdoc, DPhil)
Verified email at philosophy.ox.ac.uk - Homepage
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Most healthcare interventions tested in Cochrane Reviews are not effective according to high quality evidence: a systematic review and meta-analysis
J Howick, D Koletsi, JPA Ioannidis, C Madigan, N Pandis, M Loef, ...
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 2022
42022
Enhancing the collectivist critique: accounts of the human enhancement debate
T Johnson
Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 24 (4), 721-730, 2021
22021
Free to Decide: The Positive Moral Right to Reproductive Choice
T Johnson
Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 31 (3), 303-326, 2021
22021
Towards responsible, lawful and ethical data processing: Patient data in the UK
T Johnson, K Kollnig, P Dewitte
Internet Policy Review 11 (1), doi:10.14763/2022.1.1638, 2022
12022
A trade‐off: Antimicrobial resistance and COVID‐19
T Johnson
Bioethics 35 (9), 947-955, 2021
12021
Funder priority for vaccines: Implications of a weak Lockean claim
A Muralidharan, GO Schaefer, T Johnson, J Savulescu
Bioethics, 2022
2022
The ethics of human genomic enhancement: a framework for public health policy
TF Johnson
University of Oxford, 2022
2022
MEDICALISATION AND THE TREATMENT-ENHANCEMENT DISTINCTION IN THE ETHICAL DEBATE ON GENE EDITING.
T Johnson
Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai, Bioethica (2011) 65, 2021
2021
Genetic Immunisation
T Johnson, A Giubilini
Future Morality, 191, 2021
2021
In defense of heritable human genome editing: On the Geneva statement by Andorno et al
T Johnson
Trends in Biotechnology 39 (3), 2020
2020
Factors affecting energetic regulation of ovulation leading to birth seasonality in tropical and temperate subpopulations
T Johnson
The Human Voyage 1, 2017
2017
The Ethics of Human Enhancement: Key Concepts
J Anomaly, T Johnson
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