Dr Angus Ferguson

  • Lecturer in Economic and Social History (Economic & Social History)
  • Associate (Institute of Health & Wellbeing)

telephone: 0141 330 5990
email: Angus.Ferguson@glasgow.ac.uk

R317 Level 3, Economic & Social History, Lilybank House, Glasgow G12 8RT

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-6079-2420

Publications

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Jump to: 2015 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2009 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004
Number of items: 13.

2015

Ferguson, A. H. (2015) Ignored disease or diagnostic dustbin? Sudden infant death syndrome in the British context. Social History of Medicine, 28(3), pp. 487-508. (doi: 10.1093/shm/hkv003) (PMID:26217070) (PMCID:PMC4513887)

Ferguson, A. H. (2015) The role of history in debates regarding the boundaries of medical confidentiality and privacy. Journal of Medical Law and Ethics, 3(1-2), pp. 65-81. (doi: 10.7590/221354015X14319325750070) (PMID:26877972) (PMCID:PMC4751619)

Philip, J. M. D. and Ferguson, A. H. (2015) Introducing ethical frameworks into classroom discussions of scientific ethics. School Science Review, 96(356), pp. 95-98.

Ferguson, A. H. and Maehle, A.-H. (2015) Medical confidentiality and privacy: past present and future. Journal of Medical Law and Ethics, pp. 1-3.

2013

Ferguson, A.H. (2013) Should a Doctor Tell?: The Evolution of Medical Confidentiality in Britain. Series: Medical law and ethics. Ashgate: Farnham, Surrey. ISBN 9780754679608

Ferguson, A.H. (2013) Medical confidentiality in the military. In: Gross, M.L. and Carrick, D. (eds.) Military Medical Ethics for the 21st Century. Series: Military and defence ethics. Ashgate: Farnham, pp. 209-224. ISBN 9781409438984

2012

Ferguson, A.H. (2012) The evolution of confidentiality in the United Kingdom and the West. Virtual Mentor, 14(9), pp. 738-742.

2011

Ferguson, A.H. (2011) Exploring the myth of a Scottish privilege: a comparison of the early development of the law on medical confidentiality in Scotland and England. In: Gordon, E., Freeman, M. and Maglen, K. (eds.) Medicine, Law and Public Policy in Scotland 1840-1980. Dundee University Press: Dundee, UK, pp. 125-140. ISBN 9781845860516

2009

Ferguson, A.H. (2009) Speaking out about staying silent: an historical examination of medico-legal debates over the boundaries of medical confidentiality. In: Goold, I. and Kelly, C. (eds.) Lawyers' Medicine: The Legislature, the Courts and Medical Practice, 1760-2000. Hart Publishing: Oxford, pp. 99-124. ISBN 9781841138497

2006

Ferguson, A.H. (2006) The lasting legacy of a bigamous duchess: the benchmark precedent for medical confidentiality. Social History of Medicine, 19(1), pp. 37-53. (doi: 10.1093/shm/hkj002) (PMID:17153159)

Ferguson, A.H. , Weaver, L.T. and Nicolson, M. (2006) The Glasgow Corporation milk depot 1904-1910 and its role in infant welfare. Social History of Medicine, 19(3), pp. 443-460. (doi: 10.1093/shm/hkl041)

2005

Ferguson, A.H. (2005) Should a doctor tell? Medical confidentiality in interwar England and Scotland. CHMD Work in Progress Seminar, Centre for the History of Medicine and Disease, Durham University, 28 February.

2004

Ferguson, A.H. (2004) The cost of keeping quiet. Were patient's secrets up for auction in the historical medical marketplace? In: Economic History Society Annual Conference, London, 2-4 April 2004, pp. 1-5.

This list was generated on Sat Aug 8 20:34:37 2020 BST.
Number of items: 13.

Articles

Ferguson, A. H. (2015) Ignored disease or diagnostic dustbin? Sudden infant death syndrome in the British context. Social History of Medicine, 28(3), pp. 487-508. (doi: 10.1093/shm/hkv003) (PMID:26217070) (PMCID:PMC4513887)

Ferguson, A. H. (2015) The role of history in debates regarding the boundaries of medical confidentiality and privacy. Journal of Medical Law and Ethics, 3(1-2), pp. 65-81. (doi: 10.7590/221354015X14319325750070) (PMID:26877972) (PMCID:PMC4751619)

Philip, J. M. D. and Ferguson, A. H. (2015) Introducing ethical frameworks into classroom discussions of scientific ethics. School Science Review, 96(356), pp. 95-98.

Ferguson, A. H. and Maehle, A.-H. (2015) Medical confidentiality and privacy: past present and future. Journal of Medical Law and Ethics, pp. 1-3.

Ferguson, A.H. (2012) The evolution of confidentiality in the United Kingdom and the West. Virtual Mentor, 14(9), pp. 738-742.

Ferguson, A.H. (2006) The lasting legacy of a bigamous duchess: the benchmark precedent for medical confidentiality. Social History of Medicine, 19(1), pp. 37-53. (doi: 10.1093/shm/hkj002) (PMID:17153159)

Ferguson, A.H. , Weaver, L.T. and Nicolson, M. (2006) The Glasgow Corporation milk depot 1904-1910 and its role in infant welfare. Social History of Medicine, 19(3), pp. 443-460. (doi: 10.1093/shm/hkl041)

Books

Ferguson, A.H. (2013) Should a Doctor Tell?: The Evolution of Medical Confidentiality in Britain. Series: Medical law and ethics. Ashgate: Farnham, Surrey. ISBN 9780754679608

Book Sections

Ferguson, A.H. (2013) Medical confidentiality in the military. In: Gross, M.L. and Carrick, D. (eds.) Military Medical Ethics for the 21st Century. Series: Military and defence ethics. Ashgate: Farnham, pp. 209-224. ISBN 9781409438984

Ferguson, A.H. (2011) Exploring the myth of a Scottish privilege: a comparison of the early development of the law on medical confidentiality in Scotland and England. In: Gordon, E., Freeman, M. and Maglen, K. (eds.) Medicine, Law and Public Policy in Scotland 1840-1980. Dundee University Press: Dundee, UK, pp. 125-140. ISBN 9781845860516

Ferguson, A.H. (2009) Speaking out about staying silent: an historical examination of medico-legal debates over the boundaries of medical confidentiality. In: Goold, I. and Kelly, C. (eds.) Lawyers' Medicine: The Legislature, the Courts and Medical Practice, 1760-2000. Hart Publishing: Oxford, pp. 99-124. ISBN 9781841138497

Conference or Workshop Item

Ferguson, A.H. (2005) Should a doctor tell? Medical confidentiality in interwar England and Scotland. CHMD Work in Progress Seminar, Centre for the History of Medicine and Disease, Durham University, 28 February.

Conference Proceedings

Ferguson, A.H. (2004) The cost of keeping quiet. Were patient's secrets up for auction in the historical medical marketplace? In: Economic History Society Annual Conference, London, 2-4 April 2004, pp. 1-5.

This list was generated on Sat Aug 8 20:34:37 2020 BST.

Supervision

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