Bryn Williams-Jones, PhD
Bryn Williams-Jones, PhD
Department of Social and Preventive Medicine, School of Public Health, Université de Montréal
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Actor-network theory: a tool to support ethical analysis of commercial genetic testing
B Williams-Jones, JE Graham
New genetics and society 22 (3), 271-296, 2003
How do business model and health technology design influence each other? Insights from a longitudinal case study of three academic spin-offs
P Lehoux, G Daudelin, B Williams-Jones, JL Denis, C Longo
Research Policy 43 (6), 1025-1038, 2014
History of a gene patent: tracing the development and application of commercial BRCA testing
B Williams-Jones
Health Law Journal 10, 121-144, 2002
Shifting emphasis from pharmacogenomics to theragnostics
V Ozdemir, B Williams-Jones, SJ Glatt, MT Tsuang, JB Lohr, C Reist
Nature Biotechnology 24 (8), 942-946, 2006
Mapping the integration of social and ethical issues in health technology assessment
P Lehoux, B Williams-Jones
International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 23 (1), 9-16, 2007
Authorship and responsibility in health sciences research: a review of procedures for fairly allocating authorship in multi-author studies
E Smith, B Williams-Jones
Science and Engineering Ethics 18 (2), 199-212, 2012
Where there’s a web, there’s a way: commercial genetic testing and the internet
B Williams-Jones
Public Health Genomics 6 (1), 46-57, 2003
What leads to better health care innovation? Arguments for an integrated policy-oriented research agenda
P Lehoux, B Williams-Jones, F Miller, D Urbach, S Tailliez
Journal of health services research & policy 13 (4), 251-254, 2008
Reproductive tourism in Argentina: clinic accreditation and its implications for consumers, health professionals and policy makers
E Smith, J Behrmann, C Martin, B Williams-Jones
Developing World Bioethics 10 (2), 59-69, 2010
Rhetoric and Hype: Where's the 'Ethics' in Pharmacogenomics?
B Williams-Jones, OP Corrigan
American Journal of Pharmacogenomics 3 (6), 375-383, 2003
What place for ethics? An overview of ethics teaching in occupational therapy and physiotherapy programs in Canada
A Hudon, M Laliberté, M Hunt, V Sonier, B Williams-Jones, B Mazer, ...
Disability & Rehabilitation 36 (9), 775-780, 2014
Epigenetics and the environment in bioethics
C Dupras, V Ravitsky, B Williams-Jones
Bioethics 28 (7), 327-334, 2014
‘Be ready against cancer, now’: direct-to-consumer advertising for genetic testing
B Williams-Jones
New Genetics and Society 25 (1), 89-107, 2006
Global bioethics–myth or reality?
S Holm, B Williams-Jones
BMC medical ethics 7, 1-10, 2006
Misconduct and misbehavior related to authorship disagreements in collaborative science
E Smith, B Williams-Jones, Z Master, V Larivière, C Sugimoto, A Paul-Hus, ...
Science and Engineering Ethics 26 (4), 1967-1993, 2020
Ethical Issues Raised by Private Practice Physiotherapy Are More Diverse than First Meets the Eye: Recommendations from a Literature Review
A Hudon, MJ Drolet, B Williams-Jones
Physiotherapy Canada 67 (2), 124-132, 2015
The worlds and modalities of engagement of design participants: A qualitative case study of three medical innovations
P Lehoux, M Hivon, B Williams-Jones, D Urbach
Design Studies 32 (4), 313-332, 2011
Anticipatory governance and moral imagination: Methodological insights from a scenario-based public deliberation study
P Lehoux, FA Miller, B Williams-Jones
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 151, 119800, 2020
Mapping translational research in personalized therapeutics: from molecular markers to health policy
V Ozdemir, B Williams-Jones, DM Cooper, T Someya, B Godard
Future Medicine Ltd 8 (2), 177-185, 2007
Researchers’ perceptions of ethical authorship distribution in collaborative research teams
E Smith, B Williams-Jones, Z Master, V Larivière, C Sugimoto, A Paul-Hus, ...
Science and Engineering Ethics 26 (4), 1995-2022, 2020
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