Stanislav Birko
Stanislav Birko
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Evaluation of nine consensus indices in Delphi foresight research and their dependency on Delphi survey characteristics: A simulation study and debate on Delphi design and …
S Birko, ES Dove, V Özdemir
PloS one 10 (8), e0135162, 2015
392015
Fair shares and sharing fairly: A survey of public views on open science, informed consent and participatory research in biobanking
Y Joly, G Dalpé, D So, S Birko
PloS one 10 (7), e0129893, 2015
272015
Non-invasive prenatal testing and the unveiling of an impaired translation process
B Murdoch, V Ravitsky, U Ogbogu, S Ali-Khan, G Bertier, S Birko, ...
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 39 (1), 10-17, 2017
212017
Early-career researchers’ views on ethical dimensions of patient engagement in research
JC Bélisle-Pipon, G Rouleau, S Birko
BMC medical ethics 19 (1), 21, 2018
162018
A delphi technology foresight study: Mapping social construction of scientific evidence on metagenomics tests for water safety
S Birko, ES Dove, V Özdemir
PloS one 10 (6), e0129706, 2015
142015
The value of non-invasive prenatal testing: preferences of Canadian pregnant women, their partners, and health professionals regarding NIPT use and access
S Birko, V Ravitsky, C Dupras, J Le Clerc-Blain, ME Lemoine, AO Affdal, ...
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 19 (1), 1-11, 2019
112019
Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis: The Road Forward in Canada
V Ravitsky, MT Nguyen, S Birko, E Kleiderman, AM Laberge, ...
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 41 (1), 68-71, 2019
92019
The “three-parent baby”: a case study of how language frames the ethical debate regarding an emerging technology
V Ravitsky, S Birko, R Dupras-Leduc
The American Journal of Bioethics 15 (12), 57-60, 2015
92015
Moving towards routine non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT): challenges related to Women’s autonomy
S Birko, ME Lemoine, MT Nguyen, V Ravitsky
OBM Genetics 2 (2), 018, 2018
72018
Early career researchers’ perspectives and roles in patient-oriented research
G Rouleau, JC Bélisle-Pipon, S Birko, P Karazivan, N Fernandez, ...
Research Involvement and Engagement 4 (1), 35, 2018
62018
Benefits, challenges and ethical principles associated with implementing noninvasive prenatal testing: a Delphi study
C Dupras, S Birko, A Affdal, H Haidar, ME Lemoine, V Ravitsky
CMAJ open 6 (4), E513, 2018
62018
Canadian Pregnant Women's Preferences Regarding NIPT for Down Syndrome: The Information They Want, How They Want to Get It, and With Whom They Want to Discuss It
AM Laberge, S Birko, MÈ Lemoine, J Le Clerc-Blain, H Haidar, AO Affdal, ...
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 41 (6), 782-791, 2019
52019
Governing the futures of non-invasive prenatal testing: An exploration of social acceptability using the Delphi method
C Dupras, S Birko, AO Affdal, H Haidar, ME Lemoine, V Ravitsky
Social Science & Medicine, 112930, 2020
42020
Mitochondrial/Nuclear Transfer: A Literature Review of the Ethical, Legal and Social Issues
R Dupras-Leduc, S Birko, V Ravitsky
Canadian Journal of Bioethics/Revue canadienne de bioéthique 1 (2), 1-17, 2018
22018
Co-production and managing uncertainty in health research regulation: a Delphi study
I Fletcher, S Birko, ES Dove, GT Laurie, C McMillan, E Postan, N Sethi, ...
Health Care Analysis 28 (2), 99-120, 2020
12020
Noninvasive Prenatal Testing: Views of Canadian Pregnant Women and Their Partners Regarding Pressure and Societal Concerns
V Ravitsky, S Birko, J Le Clerc-Blain, H Haidar, AO Affdal, MÈ Lemoine, ...
AJOB Empirical Bioethics, 1-10, 2020
2020
Written consent and reproductive autonomy in the context of prenatal screening
S Birko
2020
Improving water quality with novel diagnostics: policy brief on the potential use of metagenomics for improved water quality testing
L Harris, NA Prystajecky, N Henrich, B Holmes, KJ Bakker, G Dunn, ...
2017
ASSISTED REPRODUCTION AND RESEARCH ON HUMAN EMBRYOS: RESPECTING CANADIAN VALUES WHILE PROMOTING RESEARCH TO ADVANCE HEALTH
S Birko, V Ravitsky
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