Mr Daniel Rodger


NameMr Daniel Rodger
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Organisational UnitAllied Health Sciences

Research outputs

Parental Responsibilities and Moral Status

Blackshaw, BP and Rodger, Daniel (2020). Parental Responsibilities and Moral Status. Journal of Medical Ethics.

Defining life from death: Problems with the somatic integration definition of life

Blackshaw, B. and Rodger, D. (2019). Defining life from death: Problems with the somatic integration definition of life. Bioethics.

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. 42, p. 102681.

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.

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. 45, pp. 478-479.

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).

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. 33 (8), pp. 965-967.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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