Mark Henaghan
Mark Henaghan
Professor and Dean Of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Otago. Dunedin, New Zealand
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Ethical, legal, and social issues in the translation of genomics into health care
L Badzek, M Henaghan, M Turner, R Monsen
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 45 (1), 15-24, 2013
Accommodating children's testimony: Legal reforms in New Zealand
ME Pipe, M Henaghan
Criminal Justice and Behavior 23 (2), 377-401, 1996
Respecting children's participation in family law proceedings
P Tapp, N Taylor, M Henaghan
The International Journal of Children's Rights 15 (1), 61-82, 2007
What Does A Child's Right to Be Heard in Legal Proceedings Really Mean-ABA Custody Standards Do Not Go Far Enough
M Henaghan
Fam. LQ 42, 117, 2008
Family law: Conceptions of childhood and children's voices-the implications of Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
P Tapp, M Henaghan
Children’s voices: Research, policy and practice, 91-109, 2000
Family law policy in New Zealand
M Henaghan, WR Atkin
Oxford University Press, USA, 1992
Relocation Following Parental Separation: The Welfare and Best Interests of Children Research Report
N Taylor, M Gollop, M Henaghan
Centre for Research on Children and Families and Faculty of Law, University …, 2010
Show some emotion? Emotional dilemmas in undertaking research with vulnerable youth
J Sanders, R Munford, L Liebenberg, M Henaghan
Field Methods 26 (3), 239-251, 2014
Why judges need to know and understand childhood studies
M Henaghan
Law and childhood studies, 39-54, 2012
Health professionals and trust: The cure for healthcare law and policy
M Henaghan
Routledge, 2012
Suicide prevention in mental health services: A qualitative analysis of coroners’ reports
J Manuel, M Crowe, M Inder, M Henaghan
International journal of mental health nursing 27 (2), 642-651, 2018
Butterworths family law in New Zealand
PRH Webb, PJ Treadwell
Butterworths, 2009
International surrogacy trends: How family law is coping
M Henaghan
Australian Journal of Adoption 7 (3), 2013
Relocation Cases-the rhetoric and the reality of a child's best interests-a view from the bottom of the world
M Henaghan
Child & Fam. LQ 23, 226, 2011
Ethics: Dynamic consent in the digital age of biology: online initiatives and regulatory considerations
R Wee, M Henaghan, I Winship
Journal of primary health care 5 (4), 341-347, 2013
Relocation following parental separation in New Zealand: Complexity and diversity
NJ Taylor, M Gollop, RM Henaghan
International Family Law 1, 97-105, 2010
Establishing a Maori ethical framework for genetic research with Maori
B Tipene-Matua, M Henaghan
Genes, society and the future 1 (Part 4), 2007
Methodological Overview: The pathways to resilience study
J Sanders, R Munford, T Thimasarn-Anwar, L Liebenberg, M Ungar, ...
Palmerston North, New Zealand: Massey University, 2013
New Zealand and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: A lack of balance
RM Henaghan
Children’s rights: A comparative perspective, 165-196, 1996
Perceptions of the legal provisions for child witnesses in New Zealand
ME Pipe, M Henaghan, S Bidrose, J Egerton
New Zealand Law Journal, 18-26, 1996
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