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1 Sørensen, Knut Holtan; Moratti, Sofia.
The publication culture at the Faculty of Humanities, NTNU A survey. : NTNU, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culure 2019 22 s.
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2 Moratti, Sofia.
What's in a word? On the use of metaphors to describe the careers of women academics. Gender and Education 2018 s. 1-11
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3 Moratti, Sofia; Patterson, Dennis.
Legal Insanity and the Brain. Bloomsbury Academic 2016 (ISBN 9781509902330) 272 s.
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4 Moratti, Sofia.
Fertility control. I: Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics. Springer 2015 ISBN 978-3-319-05544-2.
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5 Moratti, Sofia; Patterson, Dennis.
Adverse Psychological Effects to Deep Brain Stimulation: Overturning the Question. AJOB Neuroscience 2014
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6 Moratti, Sofia; Ceva, Emanuela.
Whose self-determination? Barriers to access to Emergency Hormonal Contraception in Italy. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 2012 ;Volum 23. s. 139-167
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7 Moratti, Sofia; Vezzoni, Cristiano.
Treatment Directives in the Netherlands: The Gap between Legal Regulation and Medical Practice. I: Self-Determination, Dignity and End-of-Life Care: Regulating Advance Directives in International and Comparative Perspective. Brill Academic Publishers 2012 ISBN 9789004223578.
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8 Moratti, Sofia.
Ethical and legal acceptability of the use of neuro-muscular blockers (NMBs) in connection with abstention decisions in Dutch NICUs: interviews with neonatologists. Journal of Medical Ethics 2011 ;Volum 37. s. 29-33
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9 Moratti, Sofia.
End-of-life decisions in Dutch neonatology. Medical Law Review 2010 s. 471-496
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10 Moratti, Sofia.
Management of conflicts with the parents over administration of life-prolonging treatment in two Dutch NICUs: interviews with neonatologists. Medicine and law : an international journal 2010 ;Volum 29. s. 289-302
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11 Moratti, Sofia.
Non-treatment decisions on grounds of ‘medical futility’ and definition of ‘quality of life’: interviews with 14 Dutch neonatologists. Issues in law & medicine 2010 ;Volum 26. s. 3-11
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12 Moratti, Sofia.
The Englaro case: withdrawal of treatment from a patient in a Permanent Vegetative State in Italy. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2010 ;Volum 19. s. 372-380
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13 Moratti, Sofia.
The parents' ability to take care of their baby as a factor in decisions to withhold or withdraw life-prolonging treatment in two Dutch NICUs. Journal of Medical Ethics 2010 ;Volum 36. s. 336-338
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14 Moratti, Sofia; Pignotti, Maria Serenella.
Regulation of treatment of infants at the edge of viability in Italy: the role of the medical profession?. Journal of Medical Ethics 2010 ;Volum 36. s. 336-338
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15 Moratti, Sofia; Pignotti, Maria Serenella.
The Italian Ministry of Health recommends resuscitation for all pre-term infants irrespective of gestational age and parental consent. Archives of Disease in Childhood: Fetal and Neonatal Edition 2010 ;Volum 95. s. F150-F151
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16 Moratti, Sofia.
The development of medical futility: towards a procedural approach based on the role of the medical profession. Journal of Medical Ethics 2009 ;Volum 35. s. 369-372
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17 Moratti, Sofia.
End-of-life decisions in Italy. I: Euthanasia and Law in Europe. Hart Publishing Ltd 2008 ISBN 978-1-84113-700-1. s. 395-423
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18 Moratti, Sofia.
Il Protocollo di Groningen: conversazioni con Eduard Verhagen. Bioetica 2008
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19 Moratti, Sofia.
Ontluikend begrip voor levensbeëindiging in Italië.. Medisch Contact 2007
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