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The ethical accommodation of patients’ religious beliefs in healthcare: a care respect framework prompted by examples from modern Paganism (2020)
Thesis
Griffin, S. J. M. (2020). The ethical accommodation of patients’ religious beliefs in healthcare: a care respect framework prompted by examples from modern Paganism. (Thesis). Keele University

Conflicts of values arise between the values of healthcare staff, and the values of some religious patients. The reasons why, and the extent to which, patient beliefs and values ought to be accommodated has been a feature of the ethics literature for... Read More about The ethical accommodation of patients’ religious beliefs in healthcare: a care respect framework prompted by examples from modern Paganism.

Protocol for establishing a child and adolescent twin register for mental health research and capacity building in Sri Lanka and other low and middle-income countries in South Asia (2019)
Journal Article
Jayaweera, K., M Craig, J., M S Zavos, H., Abeysinghe, N., De Alwis, S., Andras, A., …Sumathipala, A. (2019). Protocol for establishing a child and adolescent twin register for mental health research and capacity building in Sri Lanka and other low and middle-income countries in South Asia. BMJ Open, 9(10), Article e029332. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2019-029332

INTRODUCTION: Worldwide, 10%-20% of children and adolescents experience mental health conditions. However, most such disorders remain undiagnosed until adolescence or adulthood. Little is known about the factors that influence mental health in childr... Read More about Protocol for establishing a child and adolescent twin register for mental health research and capacity building in Sri Lanka and other low and middle-income countries in South Asia.