Journal Articles

  1. & School achievement as a predictor of depression and self-harm in adolescence: linked education and health record study. The British Journal of Psychiatry 212(04), 215-221.
  2. & Severe and Enduring Anorexia Nervosa in the Court of Protection in England and Wales. International Journal of Mental Health and Capacity Law 2017(23), 4
  3. & Deep Brain Stimulation in Anorexia Nervosa: Hope for the Hopeless or Exploitation of the Vulnerable? The Oxford Neuroethics Gold Standard Framework. Frontiers in Psychiatry 8
  4. & Understanding eating disorders in elite gymnastics: ethical and conceptual challenges.. Clinics in Sports Medicine 35(2), 275-292.
  5. & Autonomy, eating disorders and elite sport: Ethical and conceptual issues.. Sport, Education and Society, 1-12.
  6. & Recent trends in the incidence of anxiety and prescription of anxiolytics and hypnotics in children and young people: An e-cohort study. Journal of Affective Disorders 183, 134-141.
  7. & Qualities of a good Singaporean psychiatrist: Qualitative differences between psychiatrists and patients. Asia-Pacific Psychiatry 7(2), 135-142.
  8. & Anorexia Nervosa as a Passion. Philosophy, Psychology and Psychiatry 20(4), 353-365.
  9. & In Reply. The Oncologist 18(9), 1059-1059.
  10. & Cultural and ethical issues in the treatment of eating disorders in Singapore.. Asian Bioethics Review 5(1), 40-55.
  11. & Agency, ambivalence and authenticity: the many ways in which anorexia nervosa can affect autonomy. International Journal of Law in Context 9(01), 20-36.
  12. & "Well, I Think There Is Great Variation...": A Qualitative Study of Oncologists' Experiences and Views Regarding Medical Criteria and Other Factors Relevant to Treatment Decisions in Advanced Cancer. The Oncologist
  13. & Investigating eating disorders in elite gymnasts: Conceptual, ethical and methodological issues. European Journal of Sport Science 2012, 1-9.
  14. & Anorexia nervosa and the language of authenticity. Hastings Center Report 41(6), 19-29.
  15. & Anorexia nervosa and the language of authenticity..
  16. & Ökonomische Aspekte in der klinischen Praxis aus der Perspektive onkologisch tätiger Ärzte in Deutschland und England: Ergebnisse einer explorativen Interviewstudie. Onkologie 34(s1), 20-24.
  17. & Attitudes of patients with anorexia nervosa to compulsory treatment and coercion. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 33(1), 13-19.
  18. & Psychiatrists' attitudes towards autonomy, best interests and compulsory treatment in anorexia nervosa: a questionnaire survey. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health 2(1), 40
  19. & Consent and Confidentiality in Clinical Work with Young People. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 12(2), 191-210.
  20. & Competence to Make Treatment Decisions in Anorexia Nervosa: Thinking Processes and Values. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 13(4), 267-282.
  21. & Mental health legislation and decision making capacity: Capacity is more complex than it looks. BMJ 332(7533), 119.1
  22. Bridging the gap between fact and values..
  23. & Capacity and Competence in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Health Care Analysis 12(4), 285-294.
  24. The anorexia talking?. The Lancet 362(9391), 1246
  25. & Control and compulsory treatment in anorexia nervosa: the views of patients and parents..
  26. & Competence to refuse treatment in anorexia nervosa..
  27. & Anorexia nervosa and personal identity: The accounts of patients and their parents..