Euzebiusz Jamrozik
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The unintended consequences of COVID-19 vaccine policy: why mandates, passports and restrictions may cause more harm than good
K Bardosh, A De Figueiredo, R Gur-Arie, E Jamrozik, J Doidge, ...
BMJ Global Health 7 (5), e008684, 2022
COVID-19 human challenge studies: ethical issues
E Jamrozik, MJ Selgelid
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 20 (8), e198-e203, 2020
Ethics of controlled human infection to address COVID-19
SK Shah, FG Miller, TC Darton, D Duenas, C Emerson, HF Lynch, ...
Science 368 (6493), 832-834, 2020
No jab, no job? Ethical issues in mandatory COVID-19 vaccination of healthcare personnel
R Gur-Arie, E Jamrozik, P Kingori
BMJ global health 6 (2), e004877, 2021
Risk factors for adult‐onset asthma: a 14‐year longitudinal study
E Jamrozik, MW Knuiman, A James, M Divitini, AW Musk
Respirology 14 (6), 814-821, 2009
Key criteria for the ethical acceptability of COVID-19 human challenge studies: Report of a WHO Working Group
E Jamrozik, K Littler, S Bull, C Emerson, G Kang, M Kapulu, E Rey, ...
Vaccine 39 (4), 633-640, 2021
Human challenge studies in endemic settings: ethical and regulatory issues
E Jamrozik, MJ Selgelid
Springer Nature, 2021
Ethics and drug resistance: collective responsibility for global public health
E Jamrozik, M Selgelid
Springer Nature, 2020
Respiratory health issues in the Asia–Pacific region: An overview
E Jamrozik, AW Musk
Respirology 16 (1), 3-12, 2011
COVID-19 vaccine boosters for young adults: a risk benefit assessment and ethical analysis of mandate policies at universities
K Bardosh, A Krug, E Jamrozik, T Lemmens, S Keshavjee, V Prasad, ...
Journal of Medical Ethics 50 (2), 126-138, 2024
Ethical aspects of malaria control and research
E Jamrozik, V de la Fuente-Nunez, A Reis, P Ringwald, MJ Selgelid
Malaria journal 14, 1-7, 2015
Victims, vectors and villains: are those who opt out of vaccination morally responsible for the deaths of others?
E Jamrozik, T Handfield, MJ Selgelid
Journal of medical ethics 42 (12), 762-768, 2016
Human infection challenge studies in endemic settings and/or low-income and middle-income countries: key points of ethical consensus and controversy
E Jamrozik, MJ Selgelid
Journal of Medical Ethics 46 (9), 601-609, 2020
Ethical challenges posed by human infection challenge studies in endemic settings
MJ Selgelid, E Jamrozik
Indian journal of medical ethics 3 (4), 263, 2018
Validity of self-reported versus hospital-coded diagnosis of stroke: a cross-sectional and longitudinal study
E Jamrozik, Z Hyde, H Alfonso, L Flicker, O Almeida, B Yeap, P Norman, ...
Cerebrovascular Diseases 37 (4), 256-262, 2014
Drug-resistant infection: Causes, consequences, and responses
E Jamrozik, MJ Selgelid
Ethics and drug resistance: Collective responsibility for global public …, 2020
Ethical issues surrounding controlled human infection challenge studies in endemic low‐and middle‐income countries
E Jamrozik, MJ Selgelid
Bioethics 34 (8), 797-808, 2020
Evidence‐poor medicine: just how evidence‐based are Australian clinical practice guidelines?
C Venus, E Jamrozik
Internal medicine journal 50 (1), 30-37, 2020
A systematic review of human challenge trials, designs, and safety
J Adams-Phipps, D Toomey, W Więcek, V Schmit, J Wilkinson, K Scholl, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 76 (4), 609-619, 2023
SARS-CoV-2 challenge studies: ethics and risk minimisation
S Bull, E Jamrozik, A Binik, MJ Parker
Journal of medical ethics 47 (12), e79-e79, 2021
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