Mr Daniel Rodger


NameMr Daniel Rodger
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Organisational UnitAllied Health Sciences

Research outputs

Surgical fires: still a burning issue in England and Wales

Rodger, D (2019). Surgical fires: still a burning issue in England and Wales. Journal of Perioperative Practice.

Using animal-derived constituents in anaesthesia and surgery: the case for disclosing to patients

Rodger, D and Blackshaw, B (2019). Using animal-derived constituents in anaesthesia and surgery: the case for disclosing to patients. BMC Medical Ethics. 20 (14).

The impact of stigma on the care of postpartum women with severe mental illness

Rodger, D (2019). The impact of stigma on the care of postpartum women with severe mental illness. Evidence-Based Nursing.

Students’ perceptions of debating as a learning strategy: A qualitative study

Rodger, D. and Stewart-Lord, A. (2019). Students’ perceptions of debating as a learning strategy: A qualitative study. Nurse Education in Practice.

Meeting the Epicurean Challenge: A Reply to Christensen

Blackshaw, B and Rodger, D (2019). Meeting the Epicurean Challenge: A Reply to Christensen. Journal of Medical Ethics.

Why a right to life rules out infanticide: A final reply to Räsänen

Blackshaw, B and Rodger, D (2019). Why a right to life rules out infanticide: A final reply to Räsänen. Bioethics.

The aftermath of a perioperative death: who cares for the clinician?

Rodger, D and Hartley, H (2018). The aftermath of a perioperative death: who cares for the clinician? Evidence-Based Nursing.

Book Review: Down's Syndrome Screening and Reproductive Politics: Care, choice, and disability in the prenatal clinic.

Rodger, D (2018). Book Review: Down's Syndrome Screening and Reproductive Politics: Care, choice, and disability in the prenatal clinic. The New Bioethics. 24 (1), pp. 95-97.

Beyond infanticide: How psychological accounts of persons justify harming infants

Rodger, D, Blackshaw, B and Miller, C (2018). Beyond infanticide: How psychological accounts of persons justify harming infants. The New Bioethics.

How to mitigate the effects of peri-operative death on nursing staff

Rodger, D and Atwal, A (2018). How to mitigate the effects of peri-operative death on nursing staff. Nursing Times. 114 (8), pp. 26-29.

Moral distress in healthcare assistants: an overview with recommendations

Rodger, D (2018). Moral distress in healthcare assistants: an overview with recommendations. Nursing Ethics.

Ectogenesis and the case against the right to the death of the foetus

Blackshaw, BP and Rodger, D (2018). Ectogenesis and the case against the right to the death of the foetus. Bioethics.

Why arguments against infanticide remain convincing - a reply to Joona Räsänen

Rodger, D (2018). Why arguments against infanticide remain convincing - a reply to Joona Räsänen. Bioethics.

An introduction to ethical theory for healthcare assistants

Rodger, D and Blackshaw, B (2017). An introduction to ethical theory for healthcare assistants. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants. 11 (11), pp. 556-561.

Extravasation injury leading to acute compartment syndrome in a child: the vital role of pulse oximetry in early detection and management

Rodger, D (2018). Extravasation injury leading to acute compartment syndrome in a child: the vital role of pulse oximetry in early detection and management. Journal of Perioperative Practice. 28 (4), pp. 95-98.

From healthcare assistant to student operating department practitioner—are you ready for the ODP challenge?

Rodger, D and Mahoney, C (2017). From healthcare assistant to student operating department practitioner—are you ready for the ODP challenge? British Journal of Healthcare Assistants. 11 (5), pp. 248-251.
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