ד"ר רועי גילבר
Dr. Roy Gilbar
Gilbar R, Karako-Eyal N. Withdrawal of life-prolonging treatment in the face of severely limited resources: Ethical and legal analysis of the law in Israel. Medical Law International. 2020;20(3):230-255
Roy Gilbar, Efrat Ram-Tiktin, It Takes a Village to Raise a Child: Solidarity in the Courts—Judicial Justification for Posthumous Use of Sperm by Bereaved Parents, Medical Law Review, Volume 28, Issue 2, Spring 2020, Pages 317–341
S Barnoy, R Gilbar. Companions or patients? The impact of family presence in genetic counseling for hereditary breast cancer. 2019.
Conference: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS, 27, 702
Ram-Tiktin E, Gilbar R, Fruchter RB, Ben-Ami I, Friedler S, Shalom-Paz E. Expanding the use of posthumous assisted reproduction technique: Should the deceased’s parents be allowed to use his sperm? Clinical Ethics. 2019;14(1):18-25.
Gilbar, R., & Barnoy, S. (2019). Disclosing genetic test results to the patient's relatives: How does the law influence clinical practice. University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy, 2019(1), 125-168.
Roy Gilbar Sivia Barnoy. Erratum to: Companions or patients? The impact of family presence in genetic consultations for inherited breast cancer: Relational autonomy in practice. BioethicsVolume 32, Issue 9 p. 643-643
Roy Gilbar, Charles Foster, It’s arrived! Relational Autonomy Comes to Court: ABC v ST George’s Healthcare NHS Trust  EWCA 336, Medical Law Review, Volume 26, Issue 1, Winter 2018, Pages 125–133