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SALWAY, S., ALLMARK, P. J., BARLEY, R., HIGGINBOTTOM, G., GERRISH, K. and ELLISON, G. (2009). Social research for a multiethnic population: do the research ethics and standards guidelines of UK Learned Societies address this challenge? Twenty-first century society, 4 (1), 53-81.

ALLMARK, P. J. and TOD, A. (2009). End of life care pathways: ethical and legal principles. Nursing standard, 24 (14), 35-39.

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ALLMARK, P. J., BOOTE, J., CHAMBERS, E., CLARKE, A., MCDONNELL, A., THOMPSON, A. and TOD, A. (2009). Ethical issues in the use of in-depth interviews: literature review and discussion. Research ethics review, 5 (2), 48-54.

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DOEL, M., ALLMARK, P. J., CONWAY, P., COWBURN, M., FLYNN, M., NELSON, P. and TOD, A. (2009). Professional boundaries: crossing a line or entering the shadows? British journal of social work, 40 (6), 1866-1889.

TOD, A., ALLMARK, P. J. and ALISON, A. (2009). A practical guide to obtaining research ethics approval in the UK. Nursing standard, 23 (25), 35-41.

TOD, A., CRAVEN, J. and ALLMARK, P. J. (2008). Diagnostic delay in lung cancer: a qualitative study. Journal of advanced nursing, 61 (3), 336-343.

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ALLMARK, P. J. (2008). An aristotelian account of autonomy. Journal of value inquiry, 42 (1), 41-53.

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ALLMARK, P. J. and SPEDDING, M. (2007). Clinical trials in neonates: ethical issues. Seminars in fetal and neonatal medicine., 12 (4), 318-23.

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ALLMARK, P. J. (2006). An argument for the use of Aristotelian method in bioethics. Medicine, health care and philosophy, 9 (1), 69-79.

ALLMARK, P. J. (2006). Choosing health and the inner citadel. Journal of medical ethics, 32 (1), 3-6.

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ALLMARK, P. J. and TOD, A. (2006). How should public health professionals engage with lay epidemiology? Journal of medical ethics, 32 (8), 460-463.

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ALLMARK, P. J. and MASON, S. (2005). Should desperate volunteers be included in randomised controlled trials? Journal of Medical Ethics, 32 (9), 548-553.

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ALLMARK, P. J. and MASON, S. (2005). Improving the quality of consent to randomised controlled trials by using continuous consent and clinician training in the consent process. Journal of Medical Ethics, 32 (8), p. 439.

ALLMARK, P. J. (2005). Health, happiness and health promotion. Journal of applied philosophy, 22 (1), 1-15.

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ALLMARK, P. J. (2005). Bayes and health care research. Medicine, health care and philosophy., 7 (3), 321-332.

ALLMARK, P. J. (2005). Can the study of ethics enhance nursing practice? Journal of advanced nursing, 51 (6), 618-624.

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ALLMARK, P. J. (2004). Should research samples reflect the diversity of the population? Journal of medical ethics, 30 (2), 185-189.

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ALLMARK, P. J., MASON, S., GILL, A. B. and MEGONE, C. (2003). Obtaining consent for neonatal research. Archives of disease in childhood: fetal and neonatal edition, 88 (3), F166-F167.

ALLMARK, P. J. (2003). Popper and nursing theory. Nursing philosophy : an international journal for healthcare professionals, 4 (1), 4-16.

ALLMARK, P. J. (2002). Death with dignity. Journal of medical ethics, 28 (4), 255-257.

TOD, A., NICOLSON, P. and ALLMARK, P. J. (2002). Ethical review of health service research in the UK: implications for nursing. Journal of advanced nursing, 40 (4), 379-386.

ALLMARK, P. J. (2002). Pregnant minors: confidentiality issues and nurses' duties. British journal of nursing, 11 (4), 257-260.

ALLMARK, P. J. (2002). The ethics of research with children. Nurse researcher, 10 (2), 7-13.

ALLMARK, P. J., MASON, S., GILL, A. B. and MEGONE, C. (2001). Is it in a neonate's best interest to enter a randomised controlled trial? Journal of medical ethics, 27 (2), 110-113.

DALLA-VORGIA, P., MASON, S., MEGONE, C., ALLMARK, P. J., BRATLID, D., GILL, A. B., MORROGH, P., PLOMER, A. and REITER-THEIL, S. (2001). Overview of European legislation on informed consent for neonatal research. Archives of disease in childhood: fetal and neonatal edition, 84 (1), F70-F73.

MASON, S. and ALLMARK, P. J. (2000). Obtaining informed consent to neonatal randomised controlled trials: interviews with parents and clinicians in the Euricon study. The Lancet, 356 (9247), 2045-2051.

ALLMARK, P. J. (1999). Should Zelen pre-randomised consent designs be used in some neonatal trials? Journal of medical ethics, 25, 325-329.

ALLMARK, P. J. (1998). Is caring a virtue? Journal of advanced nursing, 28 (3), 466-472.

ALLMARK, P. J. (1996). Reply to Ann Bradshaw. Journal of medical ethics, 22 (1), 13-15.

ALLMARK, P. J. (1995). Can there be an ethics of care? Journal of medical ethics, 21 (1), 19-24.

ALLMARK, P. J. (1995). HIV and the boundaries of confidentiality. Journal of advanced nursing, 21 (1), 158-163.

ALLMARK, P. J. (1995). Smoking and health: is discrimination fair? Professional nurse, 10 (12), 811-813.

ALLMARK, P. J. (1995). Uncertainties in the teaching of ethics to students of nursing. Journal of advanced nursing, 22 (2), 374-378.

ALLMARK, P. J. (1995). A classical view of the theory-practice gap in nursing. Journal of advanced nursing, 22 (1), 18-23.

ALLMARK, P. J. (1994). An argument against the use of the concept of 'persons' in health care ethics. Journal of advanced nursing, 19 (1), 29-35.

ALLMARK, P. J. (1993). Euthanasia, dying well and the slippery slope. Journal of advanced nursing, 18 (8), 1178-1182.

ALLMARK, P. J. and KLARZYNSKI, R. (1992). The case against nurse advocacy. British journal of nursing (Mark Allen Publishing), 2 (1), 33-36.

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ALLMARK, P. J. and TOD, A. (2009). The evaluation of public health education initiatives on smoking and lung cancer: an ethical critique. In: PECKHAM, S. and HANN, A., (eds.) Public health ethics and practice. Bristol, Policy Press, 65-82.

ALLMARK, P. J. and TOD, A. (2007). Philosophy and health education: the case of lung cancer and smoking. In: DRUMMOND, J. and STANDISH, P., (eds.) Philosophical enquiry into education. Basingstoke, Palgrave-Macmillan, 46-58.

ALLMARK, P. J. (2003). Do nurses have a special claim to be patient advocates? In: TADD, W., (ed.) Ethical and professional issues in nursing. Basingstoke, Palgrave-Macmillan, 132-154.

ALLMARK, P. J., MASON, S. and MEGONE, C. (2001). Ethical issues and practical problems in obtaining informed consent for neonatal research. In: MASON, S. and MEGONE, C., (eds.) European neonatal research: consent, ethics committees and law. Aldershot, Ashgate, 3-12.

MEGONE, C., MASON, S. and ALLMARK, P. J. (2001). The attitudes of RECs in 11 European countries to informed consent in neonatal research. In: MASON, S. and MEGONE, C., (eds.) European neonatal research: consent, ethics committees and law. Aldershot, Ashgate, 43-62.

MEGONE, C., MASON, S. and ALLMARK, P. J. (2001). The structure, composition and operation of European RECs. In: MASON, S. and MEGONE, C., (eds.) European neonatal research: consent, ethics committees and law. Aldershot, Ashgate, 23-42.

MEGONE, C., MASON, S. and ALLMARK, P. J. (2001). The views of RECs in eight European countries on the process of obtaining informed consent in neonatal research and on the structure and organisation of RECs. In: MASON, S. and MEGONE, C., (eds.) European neonatal research: consent, ethics committees and law. Aldershot, Ashgate, 63-82.

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DOEL, M., ALLMARK, P. J., CONWAY, P., COWBURN, M., FLYNN, M., NELSON, P. and TOD, A. (2009). Professional boundaries: research report. Project Report. General Social Care Council.

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ALLMARK, P. J. and SALWAY, S. (2009). Reducing Health Inequalities Implementation Theme. Briefing paper 1: Why health inequalities matter. Discussion Paper. South Yorkshire, Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC).

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