Shawn Winsor

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Cohen, SR. and Winsor, S. (2020). Good Intentions: An Examination of the Legal and Ethical Harms Caused to Donor-Conceived People and Ova Donors in Canada by its Criminalization of Compensated Gamete Donation, and Proposed Remedies. Health Law in Canada. 40:3. 82-95

Winsor, S., Ala-Leppilampi, K., Spitzer, K., Edney, D. R., Petropanagos, A., Cadesky, K. I., Casper, R.,Laskin, C. (2019). The Affordability and Accessibility of Ontario’s Publicly Funded IVF Program: A Survey of Patients. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada.

Krahn, M., Miller, F., Bayoumi, A., Brooker, A-S., Wagner F., Winsor, S., Giacomini, M., Goeree, R., Schünemann, H., van der Velde, G., Peterson, S., Sikich, N., Dhalla, I. (2018). Development of the Ontario Decision Framework: A values based framework for health technology assessment. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. 34(3): 290-299.

Vanstone, M., Yacoub, K., Winsor, S., Giacomini, M., & Nisker, J. (2015). What is “NIPT”? Divergent characterizations of noninvasive prenatal testing. American Journal of Bioethics Empirical Bioethics. 6(1):54-67.

Winsor, S., Bensimon, C. M., Sibbald, R., Anstey, K., Chidwick, P., Coughlin, K., Cox, P., Fowler, R., Godkin, D., Greenberg, R.A., & Shaul, R. Z. (2014). Identifying Prioritization Criteria to Supplement Critical Care Triage Protocols for the Allocation of Ventilators during a Pandemic Influenza. Healthcare Quarterly (Toronto, Ont.), 17:2, 44-51.

Giacomini, M., Winsor, S., & Abelson J. (2013). Ethics in Health Technology Assessment: Understanding Health Technologies as Policies. Healthcare Management Forum, 26:2, 72-76.

Winsor, S. & Giacomini, M. (2012). Thinking Outside the Black Box: What Policy Theory Can Offer Healthcare Ethicists. American Journal of Bioethics, 12:11, 16-18.