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Ursin, L., Ytterhus, B., Christensen, E. and Skolbekken, J.A. 2020. «If you give them your little finger, they’ll tear off your entire arm»: losing trust in biobank research. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 23(4), 565-576. DOI: 10.1007/s11019-020-09969-w

Ursin, L., & Syltern, J. 2020. Protect us from ourselves: Balancing the parental instinct of saving. Nursing Ethics. Vol. 27 (5), pp. 1282-1296 https://doi.org/10.1177/0969733019871691

Feeney, O., Werner‐Felmayer, G., Siipi, H., Frischhut, M., Zullo, S., Barteczko, U., Øystein Ursin, L., Linn, S., Felzmann, H., Krajnović, D. and Saunders, J. 2020. European Electronic Personal Health Records initiatives and vulnerable migrants: A need for greater ethical, legal and social safeguards. Developing world bioethics, 20(1), pp.27-37. https://doi.org/10.1111/dewb.12240

Goisauf M, Martin G, Bentzen HB, Budin-Ljøsne I, Ursin L, et al. 2019. Data in question: A survey of European biobank professionals on ethical, legal and societal challenges of biobank research. PLOS ONE 14(9): e0221496. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0221496

Ursin, L. 2019. «Withholding Versus Withdrawing Treatment: Why Medical Guidelines Should Omit “Theoretical Equivalence”» American Journal of Bioethics, 19(6), W5-W9.

Solberg, B. & Ursin, L. 2019. “Being Polite: Why Biobank Consent Comprehension is Neither a Requirement Nor an Aspiration“. American Journal of Bioethics https://doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2019.1587032

Mascalzoni, Deborah; Bentzen, Heidi Beate; Ljøsne, Isabelle Sylvie Budin; Bygrave, Lee Andrew; Bell …Ursin, L. et al. 2019. «Are Requirements to Deposit Data in Research Repositories Compatible With the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation». Annals of Internal Medicine, https://doi.org/10.7326/M18-2854

Ursin, L. 2019. «Withholding and Withdrawing Life-Sustaining Treatment: Ethically Equivalent?» American Journal of Bioethics. 19(3), Target article, 10-20.

Ursin, L. 2018. «Justified by What? Three Ways to Provide an Ethical Basis for Neonatal Policies.» Pediatrics, S590-92.

Ursin, L. & Stuifbergen, M. 2018. «The ethics of dead participants: policy recommendations for biobank research.» Journal of Medical Ethics, 2018;44:695-699. https://doi.org/10.1136/medethics-2017-104241

Ursin, L. 2018. «In the best interest of the… parents: Norwegian health personnel on the proper role of parents in neonatal decision-making.» With Janicke Syltern.  Pediatrics, S567-73.

Ursin, L., Syltern j. & Lantos, J. 2018. «Introduction: Lessons from Scandinavia.» Editorial. Pediatrics, S531-32.

Ursin, L. 2016. “The Ethics of the Meat Paradox”, Environmental Ethics, volume 38, Issue 2, Summer 2016, p. 131-144.

Syltern, J., Støen, R., Ursin, L. & Solberg, B. 2016. ”Behandling av premature – hvem skal ta avgjørelsen?” Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening, 136: 694-5, https://doi.org/10.4045/tidsskr.16.0258

Ursin, L., Myskja, B. & Carson, S. 2016. ”Think Global, Buy National: CSR, Cooperatives and Consumer Concerns in the Norwegian Food Value Chain” Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10806-016-9609-8

Ursin, L., Myskja, B., & Carson, S. 2015.Fair, local and environmentally sound? CSR in Norwegian food production” Know your food! – Food Ethics and Innovation, Wageningen academic publishers.

Ursin, L. 2015. Er vi forpliktet til å produsere mat i Norge? Om det økologiske og økonomiske grunnlaget for norsk matproduksjon”. Norske matvarer – verdier, muligheter og utfordringer, Fagbokforlaget, p. 23-37.

Ursin, L. 2013. «The moral ambiguity of meat» EurSafe News, vol. 15.(2) s. 6-8.

Ursin, L. 2013. «Gnawing doubt: eating animals and the promise of cultured meat«. The ethics of consumption – the citizen, the market and the law, Wageningen academic publishers, p. 225-9.

Steinsbekk, K., Ursin, L., Skolbekken, J-A. & Solberg, B. 2013. “We’re not in it for the money” Medicine, Health care and Philosophy, vol. 16.(2) p. 151-162.

Ursin, L. & Steinsbekk, K. 2012. Peeking into the black box of privacy – biobank participants on the importance of recognition”. Norsk Epidemiologi, vol. 21, no. 2.

Ursin, L. 2011. Harming dead persons” In Kant – here, now, and how: Essays on space, time, and ethics, mentis Verlag (Paderborn).

Ursin, L. 2010. “Das persönliche Genom: Abschied von Privatheit und Zustimmung in der Biobankforschung?” In Berliner Debatte Initial, vol. 21, no. 4.

Ursin, L. 2010. “Biobank research and the welfare state project: The HUNT story” Critical Public Health, vol. 20, issue 4, 453-63.

Ursin, L. 2010. “Privacy and property in the biobank context” HEC-forum, vol. 22, no. 3.

Ursin, L. 2009. “Duties and rights of biobank participants: Principled autonomy, consent, voluntariness and privacy”. The ethics of research biobanking, Springer Verlag.

Ursin, L. 2009. “Personal Autonomy and Informed Consent” In Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, vol. 12, no.1

Ursin, L. & Solberg, B. 2008. “When is normative recruitment to medical research legitimate?” Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics, vol. 2, no. 2.

Ursin, L. 2008. “Biobank Research and the Right to Privacy” Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, vol. 29, no. 4.

Ursin, L., Hoeyer, K & Skolbekken, J-A. 2008. ”The informed consenters: Governing Biobanks in Scandinavia”. Biobanks: Governance in Comparative Perspective. Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge.

Skolbekken, J-A., Ursin, L., Solberg, B., Ytterhus, B. & Christensen, E. 2005. ”Not worth the paper it’s written on?” Critical Public Health, vol. 15, no. 4.

Ursin, L. 1999 ”Reell vs. radikal frihet” Parabel, III/1

Ursin, L. 1998. ”Wittgenstein og Searle om sjel og legeme” Parabel, II/2