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Newdick, C., Sheehan, M. and Dunn, M. (2020) Tragic choices in intensive care during the COVID-19 pandemic: on fairness, consistency and community. Journal of Medical Ethics, 46. pp. 646-651. ISSN 1473-4257 doi:

Danbury, C., Newdick, C., Keene, A. R. and Waldmann, C., eds. (2020) Law and ethics in intensive care - second edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198817161

Danbury, C., Newdick, C., Keene, A. R. and Waldmann, C. (2020) Pandemic planning after Covid-19. In: Danbury, C., Newdick, C., Keene, A. R. and Waldmann, C. (eds.) Law and Ethics in Intensive Care - Second Edition. Oxford University Press, pp. 215-234. ISBN 9780198817161

Newdick, C. and Danbury, C. (2020) Promoting the best possible death: futility in terminally ill patients who lack capacity. In: Danbury, C., Newdick, C., Keene, A. R. and Waldmann, C. (eds.) Law and Ethics in Intensive Care - Second Edition. Oxford University Press, pp. 111-136. ISBN 9780198817161

Newdick, C. (2018) Can judges ration with compassion? A priority-setting rights matrix. Health and Human Rights Journal, 20 (1). pp. 107-120. ISSN 2150-4113

Newdick, C. (2017) Health equality, social justice and the poverty of autonomy. Health Economics, Policy and Law, 12 (4). pp. 411-433. ISSN 1744-134X doi:

Blakeman, A., Littlejohns, P., Newdick, C., Routledge, P., Williams, I. and Cass, K., (2017) Independent review of the individual patient funding request process in Wales. Report. Welsh Government (Report for the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport)

Newdick, C. (2016) Global capitalism and the crisis of the public interest – sleepwalking into disaster. In: Breau, S. C. and Samuel, K. L. H. (eds.) Research Handbook on Disasters and International Law. Research Handbooks in International Law. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 23-45. ISBN 9781784717391

Newdick, C. (2015) Bioethics through the telescope: institutional ethics in the NHS. In: Ferguson, P. R. and Laurie, G. T. (eds.) Inspiring a medico-legal revolution : essays in honour of Sheila McLean. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 125-136. ISBN 9781472434289

Newdick, C. (2014) Health care rights and NHS rationing: turning theory into practice. Revista Portuguesa de Saúde Pública, 32 (2). pp. 151-157. ISSN 0870-9025 doi:

Newdick, C. (2014) Promoting access and equity in health: assessing the National Health Service in England. In: Flood, C. and Gross, A. (eds.) The Right to Health at the Public/Private Divide: A Global Comparative Study. Cambridge University Press, pp. 107-128. ISBN 9781107038301

Newdick, C. and Raftery, J. (2014) Why there is no legal or medical justification for the Saatchi Bill. BMJ Open, 348. g3464. ISSN 2044-6055 doi:

Newdick, C. (2014) From Hippocrates to commodities: three models of NHS governance. Medical Law Review, 22 (2). pp. 162-179. ISSN 1464-3790 doi:

Newdick, C. and Danbury, C. (2013) Culture, compassion and clinical neglect: probity in the NHS after Mid Staffordshire. Journal of Medical Ethics, 41 (12). pp. 956-962. ISSN 1473-4257 doi:

Newdick, C. (2012) Re-balancing the rationing debate: tackling the tensions between individual and community rights. In: den Exter, A. and Buijsen, M. (eds.) Rationing Health Care: Hard Choices and Unavoidable Trade-offs. Maklu, Antwerp, pp. 153-170. ISBN 9789046605257

Newdick, C. (2011) Disrupting the community: saving public health ethics from the EU internal market. In: van de Gronden , J., Szyszczak , E., Neergaard , U. and Krajewski, M. (eds.) Health Care and EU Law. Legal Issues of Services of General Interest. Asser Press, The Hague, pp. 211-239. ISBN 9789067047272

Newdick, C., Danbury, C., Lawson, A. and Waldmann, C. (2010) Reverse triage?: managing scarce resoures in intensive care. In: Law and ethics in intensive care. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 191-211. ISBN 9780199562039

Newdick, C. and Danbury, C. (2010) The best interests of babies and young children. In: Danbury, C., Newdick, C., Waldmann, C. and Lawson, A. (eds.) Law and ethics in intensive care. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 69-88. ISBN 9780199562039

Newdick, C. (2008) The European Court of Justice, trans-national health care, and social citizenship: accidental death of a concept? Wisconsin International Law Journal, 26 (3). pp. 844-867. ISSN 0743-7951

Newdick, C. (2008) Preserving social citizenship in health care markets - There may be trouble ahead. McGill Journal of Law and Health, 2 (2008). pp. 93-108.

Newdick, C. (2008) Solidarity, rights and social welfare in the NHS: resisting the tide of bioethics? In: den Exter, A. P. (ed.) International Health Law: Solidarity and Justice in Health Care. Maklu, Antwerp, pp. 83-94. ISBN 9789046602003

Newdick, C. (2007) Charities in the health care market: Can trust survive NHS competition? King's Law Journal, 18. pp. 415-426. ISSN 0961-5768

Newdick, C. (2006) Citizenship, free movement and health care: Cementing individual rights by corroding social solidarity. Common Market Law Review, 43. pp. 1645-68. ISSN 0165-0750

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