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    5 October 2012

    Kong, Camillia (2012) The normative source of Kantian Hypothetical Imperatives. International Journal of Philosophical Studies 20 (5), pp. 661-690. ISSN 0967-2559.

    2013

    Kong, Camillia (2013) Hume and practical reason: a non-sceptical interpretation. History of Political Thought 34 (1), pp. 89-113. ISSN 0143-781X.

    11 June 2014

    Kong, Camillia (2014) Beyond the balancing scales: the importance of prejudice and dialogue in A Local Authority v E and Others. Child and Family Law Quarterly 26 (2), pp. 216-236. ISSN 1358-8184.

    July 2015

    Kong, Camillia (2015) The space between second-personal respect and rational care in theory and mental health law. Law and Philosophy , ISSN 0167-5249.

    12 November 2015

    Kong, Camillia (2015) The Convention for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and Article 12: prospective feminist lessons against the “Will and Preferences” paradigm. Laws 4 (4), pp. 709-728. ISSN 2075-471X.

    22 March 2017

    Kong, Camillia and Dunn, M. and Parker, M. (2017) Psychiatric genomics and mental health treatment: setting the ethical agenda. American Journal of Bioethics 17 (4), pp. 3-12. ISSN 1526-5161.

    24 May 2017

    Kong, Camillia and Dunn, M. and Parker, M. (2017) Ethical translations of Psychiatric Genomics into mental health practice: response to commentaries. [Letter]

    July 2017

    Kong, Camillia (2017) Mental capacity in relationship: Decision-making, dialogue, and autonomy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781316683088.

    2018

    Kong, Camillia and Ruck Keene, A. (2018) Overcoming challenges in the Mental Capacity Act 2005: Practical guidance for working with complex issues. Jessica Kingsley Publishers. ISBN 9781785922596.

    16 January 2018

    Kong, Camillia (2018) Nurture before responsibility: self-in-relation competence and self-harm. Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology 26 (1), pp. 1-18. ISSN 1071-6076.

    6 December 2018

    Kong, Camillia and Singh, I. (2018) The ethics of global psychiatric genomics: multilayered challenges to integrating genomics in global mental health and disability - A Position Paper of Oxford Global Initiative in Neuropsychiatric GenEthics (NeuroGenE). American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics 180 (8), pp. 533-542. ISSN 1552-4841.

    1 February 2019

    Kong, Camillia and Coggon, J. and Dunn, M. and Cooper, Penelope (2019) Judging values and participation in mental capacity law. Laws 8 (1), p. 3. ISSN 2075-471X.

    3 April 2019

    Kong, Camillia (2019) Cultural translation, human meaning, and genes: why interpretation matters in psychiatric genomics. In: Frimpong-Mansoh, Y.A. and Atuire, C.A. (eds.) Bioethics in Africa: Theories and Praxis. Vernon Series in Philosophy. Vernon Press. ISBN 9781622734597.

    30 July 2019

    Kong, Camillia (2019) Ethical dangers of facial phenotyping through photography in Psychiatric Genomics studies. Journal of Medical Ethics , ISSN 0306-6800.

    7 August 2019

    Kong, Camillia (2019) Constructing female sexual and reproductive agency in mental capacity law. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 66 , p. 101488. ISSN 0160-2527.

    28 September 2019

    Kong, Camillia and Efrem, M. and Campbell, M. (2019) Education vs screening: the use of capacity to consent tools in Psychiatric Genomics. Journal of Medical Ethics , ISSN 0306-6800. (In Press)

    14 October 2019

    Kamaara, E. and Kong, Camillia and Campbell, M. (2019) Prioritising African perspectives in Psychiatric Genomics Research: issues of translation and informed consent. Developing World Bioethics , ISSN 1471-8731. (In Press)

    28 November 2019

    Kong, Camillia (2019) The problem of mental capacity in self-harming Egosyntonic Disorder. In: Herring, J. and Campos, T. and Phillips, A.M. (eds.) Philosophical Foundations of Medical Law. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198796558.

    4 October 2020

    Kong, Camillia and Campbell, M. and Kpobi, L. and Swartz, L. and Atuire, C. (2020) The hermeneutics of recovery: facilitating dialogue between African and Western mental health frameworks. Transcultural Psychiatry , ISSN 1363-4615. (In Press)

    22 October 2020

    Kong, Camillia and Coggon, J. and Dunn, M. and Ruck Keene, A. (2020) Aide memoire for a balancing act? Critiquing the 'Balance Sheet' approach to best interest decision-making. Medical Law Review 28 (4), pp. 753-780. ISSN 0967-0742. (In Press)

    December 2020

    Atuire, C. and Kong, Camillia and Dunn, M. (2020) Articulating the sources for an African normative framework of healthcare: Ghana as a case study. Developing World Bioethics 20 (4), pp. 216-227. ISSN 1471-8731.

    12 December 2020

    Kong, Camillia (2020) African personhood, Humanism, and critical Sankofaism: the case of male suicide in Ghana. In: Stoyanov, D. and Fulford, K. and Mills, C. and Stanghellini, G. and Van Staden, W. and Wong, M. (eds.) International Perspectives in Values-Based Mental Health Practice. Springer Nature, pp. 85-93. ISBN 9783030478513.

    17 March 2021

    Coggon, J. and Kong, Camillia (2021) From best interest to better interests? Values, unwisdom, and objectivity in mental capacity law. Cambridge Law Journal , ISSN 0008-1973. (In Press)

    17 March 2022

    Kong, Camillia (2022) Balancing prevention and respect: the ethical stakes of a psychiatric genomics lens for mental disorder and intellectual disability. In: Tsermpini, E.E. and Alda, M. and Patrinos, G.P. (eds.) Psychiatric Genomics. Translational and Applied Genomics. Academic Press, Elsevier. ISBN 9780128196021.

    22 March 2022

    Kong, Camillia and Stickler, Rebecca and Cooper, Penny and Watkins, M. and Dunn, M. (2022) The ‘human element’ in the social space of the courtroom: framing and shaping the deliberative process in mental capacity law. Legal Studies , ISSN 0261-3875. (In Press)

    5 May 2022

    Kong, Camillia (2022) The significance of strong evaluation and narrativity in supporting capacity. In: Donnelly, M. and Harding, R. and Tascioglu, E. (eds.) Supporting Legal Capacity in Socio-Legal Context. Oñati International Series in Law and Society. Hart. ISBN 9781509940349. (In Press)

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