Christen Rachul
Christen Rachul
Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba
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Reassessing direct-to-consumer portrayals of unproven stem cell therapies: is it getting better?
U Ogbogu, C Rachul, T Caulfield
Regenerative medicine 8 (3), 361-369, 2013
Stem cell clinics in the news
A Zarzeczny, C Rachul, M Nisbet, T Caulfield
Nature biotechnology 28 (12), 1243-1246, 2010
Cancer patient perceptions on the ethical and legal issues related to biobanking
Z Master, JO Claudio, C Rachul, JCY Wang, MD Minden, T Caulfield
BMC medical genomics 6 (1), 8, 2013
Biobanking, consent, and control: a survey of Albertans on key research ethics issues
T Caulfield, C Rachul, E Nelson
Biopreservation and Biobanking 10 (5), 433-438, 2012
Canadian newspaper coverage of the A/H1N1 vaccine program
CM Rachul, NM Ries, T Caulfield
Canadian journal of public health 102 (3), 200-203, 2011
Stem cell tourism and public education: the missing elements
Z Master, K Robertson, D Frederick, C Rachul, T Caulfield
Cell stem cell 15 (3), 267-270, 2014
" What Have I Got to Lose?": An Analysis of Stem Cell Therapy Patients' Blogs
C Rachul
Health Law Review 20 (1), 5, 2011
Chinese newspaper coverage of genetically modified organisms
L Du, C Rachul
BMC Public Health 12 (1), 326, 2012
Professional regulation: a potentially valuable tool in responding to “stem cell tourism”
A Zarzeczny, T Caulfield, U Ogbogu, P Bell, VA Crooks, K Kamenova, ...
Stem Cell Reports 3 (3), 379-384, 2014
Newspaper reporting on legislative and policy interventions to address obesity: United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom
NM Ries, C Rachul, T Caulfield
Journal of Public Health Policy 32 (1), 73-90, 2011
Representations of the health value of vitamin D supplementation in newspapers: media content analysis
T Caulfield, MI Clark, JP McCormack, C Rachul, CJ Field
BMJ open 4 (12), 2014
What's missing? discussing stem cell translational research in educational information on stem cell “tourism”
Z Master, A Zarzeczny, C Rachul, T Caulfield
The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 41 (1), 254-268, 2013
The rise of neuroskepticism
C Rachul, A Zarzeczny
International journal of law and psychiatry 35 (2), 77-81, 2012
Implicit hype? Representations of platelet rich plasma in the news media
C Rachul, JEJ Rasko, T Caulfield
PLoS One 12 (8), e0182496, 2017
The evolution of policy issues in stem cell research: an international survey
T Caulfield, C Rachul, A Zarzeczny
Stem cell reviews and reports 8 (4), 1037-1042, 2012
The media and access issues: content analysis of Canadian newspaper coverage of health policy decisions
C Rachul, T Caulfield
Orphanet journal of rare diseases 10 (1), 102, 2015
The fountain of stem cell-based youth? Online portrayals of anti-aging stem cell technologies
CM Rachul, I Percec, T Caulfield
Aesthetic surgery journal 35 (6), 730-736, 2015
Health misinformation and the power of narrative messaging in the public sphere
T Caulfield, AR Marcon, B Murdoch, JM Brown, ST Perrault, J Jarry, ...
Canadian Journal of Bioethics/Revue canadienne de bioéthique 2 (2), 52-60, 2019
Chinese newspaper coverage of (unproven) stem cell therapies and their providers
U Ogbogu, L Du, C Rachul, L Bélanger, T Caulfield
Stem Cell Reviews and Reports 9 (2), 111-118, 2013
“Neurohype” and the Name Game: Who's to Blame?
T Caulfield, C Rachul, A Zarzeczny
AJOB Neuroscience 1 (2), 13-15, 2010
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