Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Olympic Doping, Transparency, and the Therapeutic Exemption Process. Diagoras 1, 55-74.
  2. et. al. International Olympic Committee consensus statement on pain management in elite athletes. British Journal of Sports Medicine 51(17), 1245-1258.
  3. & Where biomedicalisation and magic meet: Therapeutic innovations of elite sports injury in British professional football and cycling. Social Science & Medicine 178, 136-143.
  4. & Philosophical reflections on the mission of the European College of Sport Science: Challenges and opportunities. European Journal of Sport Science 17(1), 63-69.
  5. & Ethics, Evidence Based Sports Medicine, and the Use of Platelet Rich Plasma in the English Premier League. Health Care Analysis
  6. & Sport, Ethics, and Neurophilosophy. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, 1-5.
  7. & Ethics, Brain Injuries, and Sports: Prohibition, Reform, and Prudence. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 11(3), 264-280.
  8. & Concussion Ethics and Sports Medicine. Clinics in Sports Medicine 35(2), 257-267.
  9. & Ethics, genetic testing, and athletic talent: children's best interests, and the right to an open (athletic) future. Physiological Genomics 48(3), 191-195.
  10. Paralympism, Paralympic values and disability sport: a conceptual and ethical critique. Disability and Rehabilitation, 1-9.
  11. & Ethics, Nanobiosensors and Elite Sport: The Need for a New Governance Framework. Science and Engineering Ethics
  12. Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing for Predicting Sports Performance and Talent Identification. british journal of sports medicine 49(23), 1486-1491.
  13. & Concussion in Sport: Conceptual and Ethical Issues. Kinesiology Review 4(2), 190-202.
  14. & A critical analysis of three psychological research programs of doping behaviour. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 16, 140-148.
  15. & Ethical Considerations in Paralympic Sport: When Are Elective Treatments Allowable to Improve Sports Performance?. PM&R 6(8), S66-S75.
  16. & Performance enhancement, elite athletes and anti doping governance: comparing human guinea pigs in pharmaceutical research and professional sports. Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 9(1), 4
  17. The Spirit of Sport and the Medicalisation of Anti-Doping: Empirical and Normative Ethics. Asian Bioethics Review 4(4), 374-392.
  18. & Gene Transfer for Pain: A tool to cope with the intractable, or an unethical enduranceenhancing technology?. Life Sciences, Society and Policy 8(1), 20-31.
  19. Shifting boundaries in sports technology and disability, is this equal rights or unfair advantage? A multidisciplinary analysis of Oscar Pistorius' Olympic Games eligibility. Disability and Society 26(5)
  20. Beyond Consent? Paternalism and Pediatric Doping. Journal of the Philosphy of Sport 36(2), 111-126.
  21. Nursing Schadenfreude: The culpability of emotional construction. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 10(3), 289
  22. Transhumanism, medical technology and slippery slopes. Journal of Medical Ethics 32(9), 513

Books

  1. Sports, virtues and vices: morality plays. London: Routledge.

Book Chapters

  1. Football and philosophy. In John Hughson, Kevin Moore, Ramón Spaaij, Joseph Maguire (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Football Studies. (pp. 245-254). Taylor and Francis Inc..
  2. & Sport, Society, and Anti-Doping Policy: An Ethical Overview. In Rabin O. & Pitsiladis Y. (Ed.), Acute Topics in Anti-Doping. -185). S. Karger AG, Basel.
  3. Sport, Education and Social Policy. In Gudrun Doll-Tepper , Richard Bailey and Katrin Koenen (Ed.), Sport, Education and Social Policy: The state of the social sciences of sport. Taylor & Frances ebooks.