Subramani, Supriya. The Passive Patient: Culture of Disrespect in Law and Medicine in India. Under contract with Routledge. Anticipated Publication Date: March 2022
Peer Reviewed Published Papers
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. 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 (accepted)
Subramani, Supriya. The Social Construction of Incompetency: Moving Beyond Embedded Paternalism Toward the Practice of Respect. Health Care Analysis (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10728-020-00395-w|Preprint PDF
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. https://ijme.in/articles/the-uninformed-spouse-balancing-confidentiality-and-other-professional-obligations/?galley=html
Subramani, Supriya. (2018). The moral significance of capturing micro-inequities in hospital settings. Social Science & Medicine, 209, 136-144. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.05.036 |Preprint PDF
Revisiting Respect for persons: Conceptual Analysis and Implications for Clinical Practice
Little Acts of Disrespect: Why Micro-inequities matters to Bioethics?
Exploring Respect and Humiliation in Bioethics
When ethics is constructed: Power of Critical Constructivist Grounded Theory for Empirical Bioethics
‘Reflexive turn’ in bioethics: What would it really entail for methodological debates?