Subramani, Supriya. The Passive Patient: Culture of Disrespect in Law and Medicine in India. Under contract with Routledge. Anticipated Publication Date: 2024

Peer Reviewed Published Papers

Loughlin, M,  Dolezal, L,  Hutchinson, P,  Subramani, S,  Milani, R,  Lafarge, C. (2022)  Philosophy and the clinic: stigma, respect and shame. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.; 1- 6. doi:10.1111/jep.13755

Ashu, J.T., Mwangi, J., Subramani, S.,  Kaseje D., Ashuntantang G., Luyckx V. (2022). Challenges to the right to health in sub-Saharan Africa: reflections on inequities in access to dialysis for patients with end-stage kidney failure. International Journal for Equity in Health 21, 126.

Subramani, S., Biller-Andorno, N. Revisiting respect for persons: conceptual analysis and implications for clinical practice. Med Health Care and Philos 25, 351–360 (2022).

Onarheim K, Ingleby D, Subramani S, Miljeteig I. (2021) Adopting an ethical approach to migration health policy, practice and research. BMJ Global Health;6:e006425.

Paramasivan S, Davies P, Richards A, Wade J, Rooshenas L, Mills N, Realpe A, Raj J, Subramani S, Ives J, Huxtable R, Blazeby J and Donovan J. (2021). What empirical research has been undertaken on the ethics of clinical research in India? A systematic scoping review and narrative synthesis to map the evidence. BMJ Global Health.

Subramani, Supriya. (2020). Moral Habitus: An approach to understanding embedded disrespectful practices, Developing World Bioethics. 1– 11.

Subramani, Supriya. (2020). The Social Construction of Incompetency: Moving Beyond Embedded Paternalism Toward the Practice of Respect. Health Care Analysis. 28, 249–265.

Subramani, Supriya. (2019). The rhetoric of 'passive patient' in the Indian medical negligence cases. Asian Bioethics Review. 

Subramani, Supriya. (2019). The uninformed spouse: Balancing confidentiality and other professional obligations. Indian Journal of Medical Ethics, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 3 (NS), p. 211-215.

Subramani, Supriya. (2019). Practising reflexivity: Ethics, methodology and theory construction. Methodological Innovations. | PDF

Subramani, Supriya. (2018). The moral significance of capturing micro-inequities in hospital settings. Social Science & Medicine, 209, 136-144.

Subramani, Supriya. (2017). Patient autonomy within real or valid consent: Samira Kohli’s case. Indian Journal of Medical Ethics, 2(3), 184-9. | PDF

Blog, Feb 1st 2022| Poverty-induced stigma, shame and humiliation in healthcare settings

Blog, April 14th 2020| Salience of effective public communication and transparency during COVID-19

Subramani, S. 2014. | Am I ‘The Man’ On The Court. TARSHI (Talking About Reproductive and Sexual Health Issues).

Podcast host and producer: Being Diagnosed with COVID-19: Reflecting on the experience with Dr. Usha Sriram. Oct 23 2020. 2020/#.X7UQ8C2ZNQI

Podcast host and producer: Ethics in Practice with Dr. Usha Sriram. Oct 22, 2020.

Podcast host and producer: Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) and Covid-19 with Valerie Luyckx, Aug 29 2020.

Working Papers Submitted

Mapping the Terrain: A scoping review of ethical issues in breastfeeding and lactation interventions

Little Acts of Disrespect: Moral Recognition, Affective Injustice and Healthcare Ethics

Working Papers

Doing Moral Phenomenology: Weaving in Reflexivity, Embodiment and Humility

Ethics of Belonging in Migrants' Healthcare Experiences

Beyond Public Health and Private Choice: Breastfeeding as an embodied social practice