CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: John Miles LITTLE POST-NOMINALS, DEGREES, DIPLOMAS: AM, MD, MS, FRACS, FRSM ADDRESS: 9 Paddington St, Paddington NSW 2021 Australia. DATE OF BIRTH: 28th December, 1933 MARITAL STATUS: Married UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS: Emeritus Professor of Surgery, The University of Sydney, 1996. Director, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney, 1996- 2003. Director, Cancer Survivorship Project, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney, 2003- INDEX CAREER 1 EDUCATION 1 DEGREES AND FELLOWSHIPS 1 AWARDS 1 GUEST PROFESSORSHIPS, CONFERENCE CHAIRMANSHIPS 2 PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS 2 OTHER APPOINTMENTS, MEMBERSHIPS 3 EDITORSHIPS, EDITORIAL BOARDS 4 HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS: 4 EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES 6 TEACHING EXPERIENCE 6 A UNDERGRADUATE 6 B. POSTGRADUATE 6 EXPERIENCE AS EXAMINER 8 CLINICAL SURGERY 10 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE 10 SPECIAL INTERESTS 10 RESEARCH AND POSTGRADUATE STUDIES 11 PUBLICATIONS 15 THESES 15 books 15 POETRY 15 CHAPTERS IN BOOKS 15 sections IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 17 FILMS 18 book reviews, invited commentaries, commissioned articles, general comment 18 ARTICLES IN MEDICAL JOURNALS 20 trauma 20 cancer and related topics 21 hepatobiliary diseases 21 pancreatic disease and transplantation 24 other gastrointestinal diseases 25 vascular diseases 26 amputation surgery and rehabilitation 28 haematological disorders 29 miscellaneous surgical topics 29 medical history, philosophy and education 30 APPENDIX – PUBLISHED POETRY 34 1 CAREER EDUCATION Cranbrook School, Sydney, 1940-1952. St Paul‟s College, University of Sydney, 1952-1959. University of Glasgow, 1966-1967, DEGREES AND FELLOWSHIPS MB, B.S. (Hons. Class II) The University of Sydney, 1959. MS, The University of Sydney, 1969. MD, The University of Sydney, 1977. Fellow, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1963. Fellow, American College of Surgeons, 1986. Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine, 1992 Fellow, Royal Society for the Arts, 1993. AWARDS Nuffield Dominion Travelling Fellowship in Medicine, 1966. Glissan Memorial Prize, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1967. Henry Joseph Windsor Lecture and Medal, R.A.C.S., 1979. G.B. Ong Guest Professor and Medallist, Hong Kong, 1984. Graham Coupland Lecturer and Medallist, Sydney, 1985. Foundation President, World Association of Hepatic Pancreatic and Biliary Surgeons, 1987-1989. Certificate of Appreciation, Asian Surgical Association, Bangkok, 1987. Honorary Professorship of Surgery, Sun Yat Sen University of Medical Sciences, Guangzhou, People's Republic of China, from 1987. Silver Medal, University of Bologna, 1988. Silver Medal, Royal College of Surgeons of Thailand, 1994. Gold Medal, Chinese Medical Association, 1994. Everett Magnus Medal, Australian and New Zealand Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, 1995. Medal for Distinguished Service, NSW State Committee, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1997. Medal, Göteborg Medical Society, Sweden, 1998. Medal, Hong Kong Surgical Forum, 2000. Clinical Medal, John Loewenthal Society, 2000 2 President‟s Award for Excellence in Surgery, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Canberra, 2001 Gordon Gordon-Taylor Lecture and Medal, Royal Colleges of Surgeons of England, Edinburgh and Australasia, 2006 Member of the Order of Australia, General Division, January, 1993. GUEST PROFESSORSHIPS, CONFERENCE CHAIRMANSHIPS (see also pp. 6-7) Invited Chairman, Session on Liver Tumours, Association of Surgeons of South East Asia, March, 1985. Guest Professor, Royal Adelaide Hospital, April, 1985. Guest Lecturer, Advanced Hepato-Biliary and Pancreatic Surgical Course, Lund, June, 1985. Guest Professor, Hong Kong Surgical Forum, January, 1986. Goatcher Surgeon-in-Residence, Royal Perth Hospital, October, 1986. Graham Coupland Visiting Professor, Royal North Shore Hospital, April, 1987. Invited Speaker and Chairman of Sessions, Asian Surgical Association, Bangkok, February, 1987. Honorary Visiting Professor, Hepatic, Pancreatic and Biliary Surgery Course, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith Hospital, London. November 1990. Foundation Visiting Professor, AGM of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Canberra, Perth, Wellington, 8–15 May, 1992. Visiting Professor, Mannheim and Heidelberg, Germany, June 1993. Guest Professor, Bioethics Research Centre, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 1997. Visiting Professor, Göteborg Medical Society, Sweden, 1998. First Clinical Scholar in the Center for the Humanities in Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, 1999. Teacher, Bruce Hubbard Stewart Seminar, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2001. Deakin Public Lecture, Melbourne, 2005. PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS Junior Resident Medical Officer, Professorial Unit, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1959. Senior Resident Medical Officer, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1960. Part-time Demonstrator, Lecturer and Examiner in Anatomy, The University of Sydney, 1961. Surgical Registrar, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, October 1961 to June 1964. Part-time Lecturer in Pathology to Primary F.R.A.C.S. Course conducted by Postgraduate Committee in Medicine, 1962. 3 Tutor in Surgery, Women's College, The University of Sydney, 1964. Clinical Superintendent (Surgical), Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, June 1964 to January, 1966. Tutor in Surgery, St. Paul's College, The University of Sydney, 1965. Research Fellow, Department of Surgery, University of Glasgow, Scotland, 1966. Temporary Lecturer in Surgery, The University of Sydney, 1967. Examiner, in Clinical Surgery, The University of Sydney, 1967–. Organiser, Closed Circuit Television Programme, Third Australasian Medical Congress, 1969–1971. Senior Lecturer in Surgery, The University of Sydney, 1967–1971. Associate Professor, The University of Sydney, 1971–1978. Professor of Surgery, Westmead Hospital, 1978-1996 Chairman, Department of Surgery, Westmead Hospital, 1978-1989. OTHER APPOINTMENTS, MEMBERSHIPS Co-ordinator, Commonwealth Surgical Fellowship in Darwin, 1969–1975. Member, Surgical Planning Committee, Westmead Hospital Project. Member, Surgical Planning Committee, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1970–78. Member, Resident Training Committee, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1970–78. Member, Drug Committee, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1970 -78. Member, Antibiotics Committee, National Health and Medical Research Council, 1971–1975. Organiser, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital section, Course in Advanced Surgery, run by the N.S.W. State Committee, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1971 -1975. Co-organiser, Seminar programme run by the Department of Surgery, The University of Sydney, at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1970–78. Executive representing Professor John Loewenthal as corresponding Member of the International Union against Cancer, 1972 -77. Supervisor of Surgical Training, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1967–1973. Member, N.S.W. State Committee, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1970– 1972. Member, A.C.R.O.D., Inquiry into Poverty amongst the Disabled, 1973–1974. Member, Curriculum Committee, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Sydney, 1972–1976. Member, Court of Examiners, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1974–84. Member, Library Committee, Theatre Management Committee, Drug Committee, Research Committee, Experimental Committee, Human Ethics Committee, The Westmead Hospital, 1978–1989. 4 Member, Medical Appointments Advisory Committee, Credentials Committee, 1978– . Member, Association of University Clinical Professors of Australia, 1978– Member, International Council on the Future of the University, (New York), 1978– 82. Ordinary member, Collegium Internationale Chirurgiae Digestivae, 1976–1991. Member, Australasian Society of Ultrasound in medicine and Biology. Member, Societé Internationale de Chirurgie. Member-at-large, International Cardiovascular Association, 1979. Member, Pan-Pacific Surgical Association, 1984–89. Member, Asian Surgical Association: Executive Council, 1985–1991. Member, International Biliary Association, 1985- Sub-Dean, Westmead Hospital, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney, 1979– 1984. Council Member, World Association Hepatic, Pancreatic and Biliary Surgeons, 1989–1991. Council Member, International Hepatic, Biliary and Pancreatic Association, 1991– 1994. Foundation Member, Westmead Hospital Research Institute, 1990–. Foundation Member, Westmead Hospital Research Foundation, 1990–. Member, Board of Directors, Westmead Hospital Research Institute, 1990–1996. Member, Board of Directors, Westmead Hospital Research Foundation, 1990–1997. Member, Board of Medical Studies, Canberra Clinical School, ACT, 1995-1996. Member, Research Advisory Council, Australian National Council on AIDS and Related Diseases, 1997-1999 EDITORSHIPS, EDITORIAL BOARDS Regional Editor, HPB Surgery, 1987-1993. Member, Editorial Board, Surgical Techniques Illustrated, 1973–1978. Member, Editorial Committee, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 1991–1996. Member, Editorial Board, World Journal of Surgery, 1990–1996 Member, Editorial Board, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery, 1978– 1996. HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS: Honorary Assistant Surgeon, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1967–73. Surgeon, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1974–1978. Visiting Surgeon, The Westmead Hospital 1978–1996. 5 Chairman, Division of Surgery The Westmead Hospital, 1978–1990. Consultant Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth II Rehabilitation Centre, Camperdown. Surgeon Emeritus, Bowral and District Hospital. Consultant Surgeon, Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children. Consultant Surgeon, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Consultant Surgeon. Mt. Druitt Hospital. Consultant Surgeon, Blacktown Hospital. 6 EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES TEACHING EXPERIENCE A UNDERGRADUATE 1. Fourth year students, Old Curriculum, University of Sydney. Regular lectures on diseases of the oesophagus and the venous system. Clinical tutorials, 1968. 2. Fifth year students, Old Curriculum, University of Sydney. a) Organisation of residency teaching programme at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. b) Regular formal and Out-patient tutorials. 3. Final year students, Old Curriculum, University of Sydney. Regular lectures on diseases of the venous system. Regular clinico-pathological and case discussions. 4. Correlation clinics–fifth and final year students, Old Curriculum, University of Sydney. a. Surgery and diabetes. b. Peptic ulceration. c. Pre-operative preparation. d. Post-operative care. e. Road trauma. 5. Co-ordinator of Surgical Teaching Clinical Science Section, New Curriculum, University of Sydney, 1975. 6. Undergraduate teaching, University of Glasgow, 1966. B. POSTGRADUATE 1. In service training of candidates for F.R.A.C.S. since 1967. 2. Formal teaching sessions for F.R.A.C.S. candidates since 1967. 3. Supervision of candidates for Ph.D. degrees since 1971. 4. Guest lectureships and Professorships have included: 1) Melbourne Postgraduate Committee in Medicine, 1968. 2) Sydney Hospitals Postgraduate Week, 1969. 3) Massachusetts General Hospital, 1972. 4) St. Mary's Hospital, London, 1972. 5) Manchester Royal Infirmary, 1972. 6) Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, 1972. 7) Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Adelaide, 1974. 7 8) Royal Perth Hospital, 1975. 9) Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, 1976. 10) Flinders Medical Centre, 1978. 11) Henry Joseph Windsor Lecturer, R.A.C.S., Perth, 1979. 12) Oklahoma Medical School, 1983. 13) St. Louis Medical School, 1983. 14) Postgraduate medical School, London, 1983. 15) G. B. Ong Professorship, Hong Kong, 1984. 16) Surgical Visitor, Royal Melbourne Hospital, 1984. 17) Surgical Visitor, Royal Adelaide Hospital, 1985. 18) Guest Lecturer, International Hepato-pancreatico-biliary course, Lund, 1985. 19) Graham Coupland Oration, N.S.W. State Committee, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1985. 20) Guest Lecturer, Hong Kong Surgical Forum, 1986. 21) Guest Lecturer, School of Postgraduate Medical Studies, National University of Singapore, 1986. 22) Visiting Professor, Royal Perth Hospital, 1986. 23) Loewenthal Oration, Westmead Hospital, 1986. 24) Visiting Lecturer, Beijing Medical University, 1987. 25) Honorary Professor, University of Hong Kong, 1987. 26) Guest Lecturer, Palmerston North Hospital, New Zealand, 1988. 27) Guest Professor, Italian Chapter, HPB Association, Bologna 1988. 28) Guest Speaker, 7th Congress Asian Surgical Association, Penang 1989. 29) Guest Speaker, IBHPA Meeting, Hong Kong, 22-24 August, 1990. 30) Co-ordinator and Co-Chairman for Panels at World Congresses of Gastroenterology, Sydney, 28–31 August, 1990. 31) Honorary Visiting Professor, HPB Course, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith Hospital, London. November, 1990. 32) Guest Speaker, Surgical Symposium, The Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland, Dublin. November, 1990. 33) Chairman: Trauma Emergency Management Course. 31st January, 1991, Westmead Hospital. 34) Guest Speaker, AGM of RACS, ACT Chapter, 23rd March, 1991, Canberra. 35) Chairman, Division of General Surgery (Upper Gastro-Intestinal) "Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy–The First Twelve Months" GSM, RACS, 8th May, 1991. 8 36) Panellist, Conservative Management of Abdominal Injuries. SIC Meeting, Stockholm, August 1991. 37) Foundation Visiting Professor, AGM of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Canberra, Perth, Wellington, 8–15 May, 1992. 38) Visiting Professor, Mannheim and Heidelberg, Germany, June 1993. 39) Guest Lecturer, Royal Free Hospital, London, June 1993. 40) The George Burniston Oration. The future of medical research. Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, Adelaide, Mar 21, 1994. 41) The Everret Magnus Oration. Health, education and the virtues of efficiency, Australian and New Zealand Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Sydney, 1995. 42) Guest Lecturer, John Curtin School of Medical Research. The problems of aberrant science, Canberra, ACT, 1996. 43) Guest Lecturer, Medical Grand Rounds. On publishing and perishing, Westmead Hospital, Westmead, 1996. 44) Inaugural Presidential Oration, Australian Medical Association. Trust me, I‟m a doctor...Great Hall, University of Sydney, 1996. 45) Third Distinguished Lecturer‟s Oration, Royal Society for the Arts. Oracles, seers and charlatans. Time and illness from Greece to the present. MacLaurin Hall, University of Sydney, 1996. 46) Guest lecturer, Göteborg Medical Society, Sweden, 1998. 47) Guest lecturer, Mayo Clinic, 1999. 48) GB Ong Lecture, Hong Kong, 2000. 49) Anstey Giles Lecture, South Australian Branch, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Darwin, 2000. 50) Seminar speaker and panellist, Humanistic Medicine, Riverside, California, 2001. 51) Bruce Hubbard Stewart Seminar, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2001 EXPERIENCE AS EXAMINER 1. Fourth year clinical examinations, including deferred examination, Old Curriculum, University of Sydney since 1967. 2. Final year clinical examinations, including deferred examinations, Old Curriculum, University of Sydney since 1967. 3. Final year written examinations, contributions to question bank of multiple choice questions, setting and marking examination papers, Old Curriculum, University of Sydney since 1967. 4. Examiner, Clinical Science 4.2 Examinations, New Curriculum, University of Sydney, since 1977. 5. Postgraduate examiner in physiology, Primary F.R.A.C.S. Examination, 1969–1971. 9 6. Member, Court of Examiners, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1975–1985. 10 CLINICAL SURGERY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE 1. Full clinical duties at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital 1967–1979. 2. Assistant Surgeon responsible for urgent and elective surgery to Professor John Loewenthal, 1967–1974. 3. Head of a General Surgical Clinical Service, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital 1975–1979. 5. Out-patient and In-patient Consulting Services at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1967– 1979, particularly in fields of vascular, upper gastrointestinal, haematological diseases and oncology. 6. Head of General Surgical Service, Westmead Centre, 1978-94. SPECIAL INTERESTS 1. Vascular Physiology and Diseases. a. The resuscitation, diagnosis and management of abdominal trauma generally. b. Amputee surgery and management. c. Venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism–the incidence, morbidity and mortality in Australia; the design of a programme to lower the unusually high mortality in Australia. 2. Abdominal Trauma a. The resuscitation, diagnosis and management of abdominal trauma generally. b. The early diagnosis and management of liver trauma. 3. The Splanchnic Circulation a. Portal hypertension, mesenteric venous and arterial occlusion. b. The control of the splanchnic circulation by hypothermia and drugs. 4. Surgery in Haematological Disorders a. The effects of splenectomy. b. Surgical management in bleeding diatheses. 5. Hepatobiliary Disease a. Surgery of liver tumours and cysts. b. Reconstruction of the damaged bile duct. 6. Pancreatic Disease. a. Surgical management of chronic pancreatitis. b. Pancreatic transplantation. 7. Hydatid Disease 8. Oncology a. The place of "curative" and "adjunctive" surgery in advanced malignancy. 11 RESEARCH AND POSTGRADUATE STUDIES 1. Electrolyte metabolism in the large bowel. a. Potassium loss from the large bowel was studied in patients with colonic tumours and partial obstruction of the large bowel. b. The widespread metabolic disorders that occur in cases of ulcerative colitis was documented. 2. Splanchnic circulation. a. Control of the splanchnic circulation by regional hypothermia has been studied and documented. b. Aspects of the surgery of portal hypertension have been studied, and a new technique described for completing port-caval shunting under difficult conditions. c. The response of the canine splanchnic circulation to shock has been documented in detail. 3. Haematological disorders. a. A study of surgery in patients with congenital bleeding disorders is still in progress. b. Bleeding disorders occurring during surgery have been documented, and a heparinoid substance appearing after live injury has been recorded. c. A prospective study of 100 splenectomies has been reported. 4. Abdominal trauma a. An analysis of liver injuries at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital was carried out, and a plan of management described. A prospective study has shown the programme to be effective. This work has been described in detail in a monograph. b. The interest in liver surgery led to a laboratory study of peritoneal hypothermia, in which simultaneous recordings of cardiac output, portal vein flow and hepatic artery flow were made during intraperitoneal cooling in experimental animals. c. The application of hepatic and splenic scintiscanning to acute abdominal trauma was investigated in a prospective study. d. A study has been made of the impact of paramedic treatment at the roadside. 5. Vascular disease a. Patients with arterial obstruction have been studied, during corrective surgery, with an electromagnetic flowmeter. The significance of certain flow patterns and minimal flow rates has been described, and a study of the significance of flow/pressure relationships is still in progress. b. The importance of the profunda femoris in maintaining the integrity of the ischaemic limb has been analysed mathematically. c. The aetiology and pathology of traumatic dissection of the internal carotid has been studied, and the results of early operative treatment reported. 12 d. The clinical course of patients undergoing surgery for abdominal aortic aneurysm has been studied and recorded. e. A controlled trial of below-knee amputation for lower limb ischaemia has been conducted and reported. f. The natural history of venous thromboembolism has been documented. The clinical place and the physiology of inferior vena caval interruption for pulmonary embolism has been studied. The work has been reported in detail in a Thesis for the Degree of Master of Surgery. g. A study of the value of lung scanning in the assessment of pulmonary embolism has been finished. h. A study of the diagnostic value of a Doppler ultrasound flowmeter has been conducted. i. A prospective study of the incidence of deep vein thrombosis in surgical patients has been conducted using the Doppler flowmeter. j. A pneumatic immediate weight-bearing prosthesis has been invented and described. k. A study of the patterns of civilian arterial injuries and their management has been completed. l. Hammer hand syndrome. An industrial study of the incidence of hypothenar hammer syndrome has been completed. m. Studies on the medical and social fate of vascular amputees have been reported. 6. Gastric physiology. a. The secretory changes that follow the prolonged withdrawal of all major stimuli to gastric secretion were documented. b. The absorptive changes that follow gastrectomy in the dog were confirmed, and their amelioration by anti-peristaltic transposed loops of jejunum was demonstrated. 7. Oncology a. The clinical course and treatment of pseudomyxoma peritonei has been described. The nature of the anaemia in this syndrome is under further study. b. A tissue culture programme to predict in vivo response to cancer chemotherapy is now completed. c. A clinical study of carcinoids has been completed. d. A personal series of liver resection has been published. 8. Chronic pancreatitis a. A preliminary survey of the clinical spectrum of chronic pancreatitis has been conducted. b. A method for producing pancreatic exocrine atrophy by ductal injection with acrylate glue has been developed in dogs and applied to humans with chronic pancreatitis. 13 9. Hydatid disease. a. A clinical study of human hydatid disease has been reported. b. A study of recurrence amongst surgically treated patients has been reported c. A study of the effects of the drug albendazole has been reported. 10. Hepatobiliary disease. a. Methods of managing primary and secondary hepatic tumours. b. Prognostic factors in obstructive jaundice. c. Bilirubin clearance after relief of obstructive jaundice. d. Clinical features and management of hepatic abscesses. 11. Pancreatic transplantation. a. A model for the segmental transplantation of pancreatic tissue has been developed, following on from the work on pancreatic duct obstruction with acrylate. b. A major collaborative study has been undertaken of further aspects of pancreatic transplantation with the Departments of Immunology, Endocrinology and Pathology at Westmead Hospital. c. This project led to the National Pancreas transplant Unit at Westmead Hospital, under the Directorship of Dr Richard Allen. 12. Philosophy of medicine A series of projects have been developed since 1989 within the broad domain of philosophy of medicine. These include a. An approach to dispute resolution between patients and their families, and doctors, using Quality Management techniques. b. An examination of the clinical process, using Popper‟s epistemological methods. c. An analysis of the epistemology of clinical medicine. d. An examination of the problems posed by the probabilistic nature of medical knowledge, particularly in communicating difficult choices to patients. e. A detailed analysis of the communication process in the clinical encounter, using linguistic, semiotic and hermeneutic techniques. f. An assessment of the role of the humanities in medical teaching and practice. g. A re-examination of the concept of informed consent in the context of the pluralist society. h. A critique of the concept of „best practice‟ in medicine. i. A critique of managerialism as a directing principle in health and education. This material has been separately published in journal articles, and has been brought together in a book, Humane Medicine, which was published by Cambridge University Press. 14 13. Medical axiology. a) A study of the values that people bring to health care has been undertaken. b) Sources and manifestations of existential tension have been examined among survivors of cancer. This study has been widely published, has been the subject of an Australian Broadcasting Commission Four Corners programme, and is the subject of a book published in Australia by Choice Books. 15 PUBLICATIONS THESES 1. An assessment of the clinical application and the physiology of inferior vena caval interruption in the management of pulmonary embolism. Presented for the Degree of Master of Surgery, the University of Sydney. 2. Aspects of arterial ischaemia. Presented for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine, The University of Sydney. BOOKS 3. The Management of Liver Injuries E. & S. Livingstone, Edinburgh, 1971. 4. Major Amputations for Vascular Disease, Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, 1975. 5. Humane Medicine, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1995. 6. Surviving Survival: Life after Cancer, by Miles Little, Christopher F C Jordens, Kim Paul, Emma-Jane Sayers. Marrickville, Choice Books, June, 2001. 7. A Miles Little Reader: Restoring Humane Values to Medicine, edited by Ian Kerridge, Christopher Jordens, Emma-Jane Sayers, Desert Pea Press, Sydney, 2003 8. Community, security and human flourishing, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, Sydney, 2004, ISBN 1 86487 626 3. 9. Focused Discourse, by Miles Little and Wendy Lipworth, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, 2008, ISBN 987 1 74210040 1. EDUCATIONAL BROCHURES, PAMPHLETS 10. Little M, Sayers E-J. Surviving Cancer – A Guide for Professionals, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, Sydney, 2002. ISBN: 1 86487 516 X. 11. Sayers E-J, Little M. Life after Cancer, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, Sydney, 2002. POETRY 12. Round Trip, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1977. 13. Poems in Quadrant, Southerly, Poetry Australia, Meanjin, The Australian (see Appendix). CHAPTERS IN BOOKS 14. Little JM, Loewenthal J, Mansfield AO. Thromboembolic conditions of the venous system, in Scientific Foundations of Surgery, Second Edition, Ed. Wells, C., Kyle, J., Dunphy, J.E., William Heinemann, London, 1974, pp. 419–422. 16 15. Little JM. Below knee amputation, in Surgical Techniques Illustrated: A Comparative Atlas, Ed. Malt, R.A., Ardmore Medical Books (W.B. Saunders Company), Philadelphia, 1985. 16. Little JM. Syme amputation, in Surgical Techniques Illustrated: A Comparative Atlas, Ed. Malt, R.A., Ardmore Medical Books (W.B. Saunders Company), Philadelphia, 1985. 17. Little JM. Transmetatarsal amputation, in Surgical Techniques Illustrated: A Comparative Atlas, Ed. Malt, R.A., Ardmore Medical Books (W.B. Saunders Company), Philadelphia, 1985. 18. Little JM. Transaxillary transpleural thoracic sympathectomy, in Surgical Techniques Illustrated: A Comparative Atlas, Ed. Malt, R.A., Ardmore Medical Books (W.B. Saunders Company), Philadelphia, 1985. 19. Little JM, Deane SA. Hydatid disease, in Liver Surgery, ed Bengmark S, Blumgart LH, Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, 1986, pp. 118-129. 20. Little JM, Deane SA. Hydatid Disease in Surgery of the Liver and Biliary Tract, First Edition, Ed. Blumgart L.H, Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, 1988, pp. 955-966. 21. Little JM. Trauma to the liver, pancreas and porta hepatis: aggressive and conservative management in Progress in Surgery of the Liver, Pancreas and Biliary System, Ed. S. Bengmark, Martinus Nijhoff (Kluwer Academic Publishers Group), Dordrecht, 1988, pp. 129-142. 22. Little, J. Miles. Hydatid disease of the liver in Current Surgical Practice, Volume 5, Ed. J. Hadfield, M. Hobsley and T. Treasure, Edward Arnold (Div. of Hodder & Stoughton), London, Auckland, Melbourne, 1990. 23. Little JM. Hydatid Disease. Oxford Textbook of Surgery, Oxford University Press. Ed. P.J. Morris, R.A. Malt, 1994. 24. Little JM. Acute Pseudocysts: An Australian Experience, in Acute Pancreatitis: Diagnosis and Therapy, Ed. E.L. Bradley III. Raven Press, Ltd., New York 1994. 25. Little JM. Benign liver tumours, in Hepatobiliary Malignancy: an Interdisciplinary Approach, ed Terblanche J, London: Edward Arnold, 1994. 26. Liddle C, Little JM. Hydatid disease, in Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Disease: The Team Approach to Management, ed Pitt HA, Carr-Locke D, Ferrucci JT, Boston: Little Brown, 1995. 27. Little, Miles, in The Last Right: Australians Take Sides on the Right to Die, ed Chapman S, Leeder S, Port Melbourne: Mandarin, 1995 pp. 98-101. 28. Little, Miles. Cartesian thinking in health and medicine, in The Tasks of Medicine, ed Baume P, Sydney, McLennan and Petty, 1997, pp. 75-95. 29. Lorenz W, McKneally MF, Troidl H, Banerjee JK, Benbassat J, Dziri C, Gagniez P-L, Little JM, Wong J, Wulff HR. Surgical research around the world, in Surgical Research: Basic Principles and Clinical Practice, Troidl H, McKneally MF, Mulder DS, Wechsler AS, McPeek B, Spitzer WO eds, 1998, New York, Springer-Verlag, pp. 637-654. 30. Little JM. Upper GI surgery at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital 1967-1977, in The AW Morrow Unit: 50 Years of Gastroenterology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, NW Gallagher ed., Sydney, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1998, pp. 29-33. 17 31. Little M. Ethics and resource constraints, in Surgery, Ethics and the Law, Carlton South, Blackwell Scientific Publications, 2000, pp. 53-62. 32. Little, M. Utopia as wilderness: Medicine in the latter half of the twentieth century. Matters of the Mind: Poems, Essays and Interviews in Honour of Leonie Kramer. L. Jobling and C. Runcie, Eds. Sydney, University of Sydney, 2001, pp. 101-112. 33. Bridges, J., Hanson, R., Little, M., Choy Flannigan, A., Fairley, M. and Haywood, L. (2001). Who are the important players in paediatric emergency medicine?, in Bridges, J. ed. Economics and Health, No. 89, Sydney: University of New South Wales, pp. 47-55. 34. Little, M. (2001). Dystopia - an examination of the future of Australian health and medicine. In Daring to Dream: The Future of Australian Health Care. Essays in Honour of John Deeble, G. Mooney and A. Plant eds. Perth, WA, Black Swan Press: pp. 115-122. 35. Sayers, E.-J. and M. Little: (2004). Post-Cancer Distress in Some Cancer Survivors: Well-being, Self-determination Theory and a Downward Cycle. In Making Sense Of Health, Illness and Disease. P. L. Twohig and V. Kalitzkus. Amsterdam/New York, NY, Rodopi. 36. Little M, Kerridge I. (2006). The Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine. In: Sefton AJ, Cossart Y, Freckelton L, editors. 150 Years of the Faculty of Medicine. Sydney: Sydney University Press; p. 105-108. SECTIONS IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 37. An Australian Liver trauma programme in Liver: Proceedings of an International Liver Conference with special reference to Africa, part 10, p.220, Ed. Saunders, S.J. and Terblanche, J., Pitman Medical, London, 1973. 38. Quacks, Quirks, Spells & Science. The Proceedings of the Medico-Legal Society of New South Wales, 1989–1991, Vol. 9. Ed. J.M. Bennett, M.A., LL.D. 1992. 39. Little, M. (1997). Ethics and good practice. Cerebral Vasospasm VI: Proceedings of the VIth International Conference on Cerebral Vasospasm, Sydney, Australia, Osling- ton Consulting Pty Ltd, Leichardt, Australia. 40. *Little M (1996). Ethics and the definition of professionalism, in Proceedings of conference on “Equity and Rationing in Health”, November 1996. Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, 1997. 41. *Little M. (1997 ). The articulate sick, in Proceedings of conference on “Humane Values in Medical Education and Practice”, September 1997. Centre for Values, Eth- ics and the Law in Medicine, 1998. 42. Little JM, Jordens CFC, Paul K, Montgomery K, Philipson B. (1998). Using narrative to explore liminality: A major category of the experience of cancer illness. Paper pre- sented by JM Little to the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, August 1998. 43. Little M, Jordens CFC, Paul K, Montgomery K. (1999). Analyzing power relation- ships during serious illness: Reading narratives of patients with cancer. Paper pre- sented by K. Montgomery to the American Sociological Association, August 1999. 44. *Little M. (1998). Euthanasia and principles, in Proceedings of conference on “Ethics Fatigue – the Fracturing of Medical Ethics”, October 1998. Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, 1999. 18 45. *Little M. (1998). Rights and duties, in Proceedings of conference on “Ethics Fatigue – the Fracturing of Medical Ethics”, October 1998. Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, 1999. 46. *Little M. (2000). Discourse and discourse ethics, in Proceedings of conference on “Yes, but What does the Community really Want? Discourse Ethics, Stakeholdings and Public Opinion”, June 2000. Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, 2000. 47. Little M, Sayers E-J. (2002). Keynote address: The mixed experience of surviving cancer. Living with Cancer Conference, Canbera, ACT, February 4-5, 2002. The Can- cer Council Australia, pp. 7-15. 48. Little, M. (2005). Quantum ethics: understanding dysfunctional science, in Policing Virtue? Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Seminar of the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, C. Jordens, I. Kerridge, and M. Selgelid, Editors. Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine: Sydney. p. 21-34. FILMS 49. Early Walking for the Amputee–A New Temporary Prosthesis, Cinesound–Movietone Productions, Ltd., December, 1971. 50. Open cholecystectomy and operative cholangiography, Westmead Audio-visual Department. RACS Library. 51. Liver resection for colorectal cancer secondaries, Westmead Audio-visual Department. RACS Library. 52. Operation for complex hydatid disease, Westmead Audio-visual Department. RACS Library. BOOK REVIEWS, INVITED COMMENTARIES, COMMISSIONED ARTICLES, GENERAL COMMENT 53. LITTLE JM The Medical Schools and Surgical Progress in New South Wales in "Contributions to Surgery and Anaesthesia from New South Wales," published by Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1978. 54. LITTLE JM Discussion of ultrasound in the diagnosis of deep venous thrombosis, Modern Medicine, 10;121, 1972. 55. LITTLE JM Excessive bleeding at hepatic resection after experimental liver denervation: Invited commentary on paper by Kullendorff, C-M, Zoncas, E, Lindfeldt, J and Holmin, T. World J Surg 8,127-128, 1984. 56. LITTLE JM Invited Commentary: Comparison of the results of different surgical techniques in the management of hydatid cysts of the liver: Demirci, S, Eraslan, S, Anadol, E, Bozatli L World J Surg 13, 88-91, 1989. 57. LITTLE JM Guest Editor, Introduction, Progress Symposium–Nontumour Lesions of the Liver. World J Surg 14:447. 1990. 58. LITTLE JM Invited Commentary: Su CH, P'eng FK, Lui WY. Factors affecting morbidity and mortality in biliary tract surgery, World J Surg 16:540, 1992. 19 59. LITTLE JM Invited Commentary: Ali Emre, Edip Akpinar, Koray Acarli, Aydin Alper, Ugur Cevikbas, Orhan Ariogul. Case Report–Primary solitary tuberculosis of the liver. HPB Surgery, 5:261-265, 1992. 60. LITTLE JM Invited Commentary, Primary bile duct stones and bacterial activity, L. Vitetta and A. Sali, HPB Surgery, 1992, 6:33. 61. LITTLE JM Editorial: A new classification of acute pancreatitis. Med J Aust 1993, 159: 150-151. 62. LITTLE JM Editorial Comment: Hepatic segmentectomy, Aust NZ J Surg 1993, 63:249-250. LITTLE JM Invited Commentary: Surgical Treatment of Carcinoma of the Hepatic Duct Confluence: Analysis of 55 Resected Carcinomas, Y Ogura, R Mizumoto et al. World J Surg 1993, 17, 85-93. 63. LITTLE JM Invited Commentary: Intrahepatic biliary cystadenoma with intracystic gallstone formation, S. Lei, D. Domenico, J. Howard, HPB Surgery, 1994, 7:241-249. 64. LITTLE M. Report: Ethics for the Practising Surgeon: An Interactive Workshop for Consultants and Registered trainees, Dunedin, March 14-16, 1997. Otago Bioethics Report 1997, 6 (2); 10-11. 65. LITTLE M. Book review: Medical Ethics, by Campbell A, Gillett G, Jones G. Otago Bioethics Report 1997, 6; 5-6. 66. LITTLE J Miles. Book review: Ethics, law and medical practice, by KJ Breen, VD Plueckhahn, SM Cordner. Medical Journal of Australia 1998, 169;335. 67. +*LITTLE Miles. The contemporary bioethical landscape. CCH Australian Health and Medical Law News 1998, 57;4-6. 68. LITTLE, Miles. Animal cloning and the possibility of cloning humans – science, law and ethics. The Judicial Review 1998, 4(1); 57-67. 69. +*LITTLE Miles, JORDENS Chris. Economic rationalism, managerialism, hard facts and soft reasons. Pathology Newsletter (Canberra) 1999, 45; 6-11. 70. LITTLE M (2001). Does Reading poetry make you a better clinician? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Medicine, 31(1); 60-61. 71. LITTLE M (2001). Book review: Grave words: Notifying survivors of sudden, unexpected deaths, by Kenneth V Iverson, Arizona: Golden Press, 1999. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 71; 77 72. LITTLE, M (2001). Book review: “Ward ethics: Dilemmas for medical students and doctors in training”, T.K Kushner, D.C. Thomasma eds, Cambridge: Cambridge Uni- versity Press, Journal of the Royal society of Medicine, 95(10); 545-546. 73. LITTLE M (2002) Book review: “The ethics of medical research on humans”, Claire Foster, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Journal of the Royal society of Medi- cine, 74. LITTLE M (2002) Healthy business and the business of health. On Line Opinion, www.onlineopinion.com.au, December 16 2002. 20 75. LITTLE M (2003). “Lead us not into temptation…”: The overworked notion of leadership. On Line Opinion, www.onlineopinion.com.au, August 18 2003. ARTICLES IN MEDICAL JOURNALS TRAUMA 76. LITTLE JM Liver injuries, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery , 35;141, 1965. 77. LITTLE JM, and MACRAE J, SMITANANDA N and MORRIS JG. Radioisotope scanning of liver and spleen in upper abdominal trauma, Surg Gynec Obstet, 125;725, 1967. 78. LITTLE JM and WILLIAMS C. Improved mortality in the management of liver injuries, Brit J Surg, 56;603, 1969. 79. NICKS R, HODGKINSON R, COUPLAND GAE and LITTLE JM Reception of the injured in The Management of Road Traffic Casualties, Handbook of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, October, 1969. 80. LITTLE JM Liver Injuries, Comment Section, Med J Aust, ii; 62, 1971. 81. LITTLE JM, and MAY J. Civilian arterial injuries, Med J Aust, 1;841, 1972. 82. LITTLE JM and FERGUSON DA. The incidence of hypothenar hammer syndrome, Arch Surg, 105;684, 1972. 83. (LITTLE JM) Liver Trauma, Editorial, Lancet, ii; 641, 1972. 84. LITTLE JM The Hypothenar Hammer Syndrome, Orthopaedics Digest 2;23, 1974. 85. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM Vascular trauma, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery ; 51:413-414, 1981. 86. LITTLE JM Liver injuries in Australia, RACS Bulletin 2;2-3, 1982. 87. THRELFALL GN, LITTLE JM, CUMMINE J. Free-flap transfer with preliminary establishment of an arteriovenous fistula–A case report. Aust NZ J Surg., 52;182-184, 1982. 88. COMPTON J, LITTLE JM Role of the Intensive Care Ambulance in the transport of accident victims. Aust NZ J Surg 53;435-436, 1983. 89. RICHARDSON A, SIMMONDS K, GUTMANN J, LITTLE JM Hepatic haemobilia: Non-operative management in eight cases. Aust NZ J Surg 55.5, 447-451, 1985. 90. DEANE SA, GAUDRY PL, ROBERTS RF, JUUL Ol, LITTLE JM Trauma triage–A comparison of the trauma score and the vital signs score, Aust NZ J Surg, 56:3, 191 - 197, 1986. 91. LITTLE JM, FERNANDES A, TAIT N. Liver Trauma. Aust NZ J Surg 56:8, 613- 619, 1986. 92. STEVENS A, LITTLE JM Duodenal Trauma. Aust NZ J Surg 57:709-713, 1987. 93. LITTLE JM Lebertrauma. Leberchirurgie, Chirurgische Gastroenterologie. 3:13-22, 1987. 21 94. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM Injuries of branches of the aortic arch. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery 58:217-220, 1988. 95. HOLLANDS MJ, LITTLE JM Perihepatic packing: Its role in the management of liver trauma. Aust NZ J Surg 59:21-24, 1989. 96. HOLLANDS MJ, LITTLE JM Hepatic venous injury after blunt abdominal trauma. Surgery, 107:149-152, 1990. 97. HOLLANDS MJ, LITTLE JM The role of hepatic resection in the management of blunt liver trauma. World J Surg 14:478-482, 1990. 98. HILLS MW, RICHARDSON AJ, TAIT N, DEANE SA, LITTLE JM Non-iatrogenic trauma to the extrahepatic biliary tract. Aust NZ J Surg 1993, 63:190-194. 99. LITTLE JM Liver Trauma: New Management Trends, HPB Surgery (HPB International), 1994, 7:251-259. CANCER AND RELATED TOPICS 100. LITTLE JM Potassium imbalance and rectosigmoid neoplasia, Lancet, i;302, 1964. 101. LITTLE JM, HALLIDAY JP and GLENN DC Pseudomyxoma peritonei, Lancet, ii: 650, 1969. 102. LITTLE JM, HALLIDAY JP and GLENN DC. Letter on Pseudomyxoma peritonei, Lancet, ii; 846, 1969. 103. HOLMES HC, LITTLE JM Tissue-culture microdots for predicting response of human cancer to chemotherapy, Lancet, ii; 985, 1974. 104. HOLMES HC, LITTLE JM Predicting response of human cancer to chemotherapy, Lancet, ii; 1379, 1974. 105. THOMPSON JF, GEE D C, LITTLE JM The carcinoid tumour, Aust NZ J Surg, 49;317-346, 1979. 106. LITTLE JM A method of calculating the value of palliative care of cancer patients. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery 57:393-397, 1987. HEPATOBILIARY DISEASES 107. LITTLE JM, GIBSON AAW and KAY AW. Primary common bile duct carcinoid, Brit J Surg, 55;147, 1968. 108. LITTLE JM Hydatid disease at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1964–1974, Med J Aust, i;903, 1976. 109. BRITTON WJ, GALLAGHER ND, LITTLE JM Liver tumours associated with oral contraceptive, Med J Aust, 2:223, 1978. 110. WONG J, LITTLE JM Benign non parasitic cysts of the liver. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery , 47;209, 1977. 111. STEPHEN M, LITTLE JM Bleeding oesophageal varices, Aust NZ J Surg, 48;162, 1978. 112. LITTLE JM. The management of multiple hydatids in the abdominal cavity with report of a case. Surgical Rounds, Vol. 3;9:22, 1980. 22 113. LITTLE JM. Surgical problems in dipsomaniacs, Chirurgia xxxiv; 164-169, 1981 (Bulgaria). 114. THOMPSON JF, LITTLE JM Liver resection for neoplasm, Aust NZ J Surg, 551;234- 279, 1981. 115. LITTLE JM Liver resection for malignant tumours, Indian J of Cancer, 19;177-182, 1982. 116. LITTLE JM Hepatic resection, Aust NZ J Surg Vol. 53, No. 4, 291-296, 1983. 117. LITTLE JM. Hepatic secondaries–minimal tumour and resectable tumour, World J Surg 8, 753-756, 1984. 118. LITTLE JM A comparison between primary and secondary liver cancer, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery 54, 341-343, 1984. 119. LITTLE JM, CUNNINGHAM P. Obstructive jaundice in a referral unit: Surgical practice and risk factors, Aust NZ J Surg 55:5, 427-432, 1985. 120. LITTLE JM Use of a microcomputer in the assessment of diagnosis and risk in obstructive jaundice. Aust NZ J Surg 55:6, 575-578, 1985. 121. LITTLE JM Bleeding varices. Editorial, Aust NZ J Surg 55:4, 312-314, 1985. 122. LITTLE JM, ROBOTIN M. Serum bilirubin after surgery for obstructive jaundice. Aust NZ J Surg, 56:1, 35-37, 1986. 123. LITTLE JM, SHEAD GV, DEANE SA, GRASSBY J. Intrahepatic biliary-intestinal bypass in malignant jaundice. Aust NZ J Surg, 56:3, 221-227, 1986. 124. LITTLE JM, WONG KP, SIMMONS K. Percutaneous transhepatic dilatation in the management of bile duct strictures. Aust NZ J Surg 56:9, 697-700, 1986. 125. CRAIG PI, STEVENS A, FARRELL GC, LITTLE JM Liver abscess: What determines the prognosis? J Gastroenterol Hepatol 1:463-470, 1986. 126. LITTLE J M, HOLLANDS M. Hepatic resection for colorectal metastases–selection of cases and determinants of success. Aust NZ J Surg 57:355-359, 1987. 127. STEVENS A, LITTLE JM Isolated tuberculous hepatic abscess. Aust NZ J Surg 57:409-411, 1987. 128. LITTLE JM A prospective evaluation of computerised estimates of risk in the management of obstructive jaundice. Surgery, 102:473-476, 1987. 129. HUANG JF, LITTLE JM Malignant Jaundice. Aust NZ J Surg 57:905-909, 1987. 130. LITTLE JM, HOLLANDS MJ. Response to Editorial Comment on resecting liver metastases. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery 57:498-9, 1987. 131. LITTLE JM, HOLLANDS MJ, EKBERG H. Recurrence of hydatid disease. World J Surg 12:700-3, 1988. 132. HOLLANDS MJ, HUANG JM, ADAMS W, LITTLE JM Hepatocellular carcinoma in Western Sydney. Annals of the Acad Med 17:89-95, 1988. 133. LITTLE JM Editorial Comment: Hilar biliary cancer–Are we getting it right? HPB Surgery 1:93-96, 1989. 23 134. LITTLE JM Cholecystoenterostomy or Choledochoenterostomy for distal bile duct obstruction. HPB Surg 1:247-249, 1989. 135. COSSETTO D, GRUENEWALD S, ANTICO V, LITTLE JM Albendazole treatment of recurrent hydatid disease: Serial evaluation with ultrasound. Aust NZ J Surg 59:933- 936, 1989. 136. HOLLANDS MJ, JAWORSKI R, WONG KP, LITTLE JM A Case Report A leiomyoma of the liver. HPB Surg 3:337-343, 1989. 137. LITTLE JM, KENNY J, HOLLANDS M.J. Hepatic incidentaloma: A modern problem. World J Surg 14:448-451, 1990. 138. FARLOW DC, CHAPMAN PR, GRUENEWALD SM, ANTICO VF, FARRELL GC, LITTLE JM Investigation of focal hepatic lesions: Is tomographic red blood cell imaging useful? World J Surg 14:463-467, 1990. 139. LITTLE JM, HOLLANDS MJ. Impact of the CUSA and operative ultrasound on hepatic resection. HPB Surgery, 3:271-278, 1991. 140. LITTLE JM, WONG KP. Palliation of malignant jaundice. Aust NZ J Surg 61:501- 504, 1991. 141. LITTLE JM, AVRAMOVIC J. Gallstone formation after major abdominal surgery. Lancet, 337:1135-1138, 1991. 142. LITTLE JM, RICHARDSON A, TAIT N. Hepatic dystychoma: A five year experience. HPB Surgery, 4:291-297, 1991. 143. LIDDLE C, HOLLANDS M, LITTLE JM, FARRELL GC. The effects of partial hepatectomy on serum sex steroids in humans. Hepatology, 15:623-628, 1992. 144. MUGUTI G, TAIT N, RICHARDSON A, LITTLE JM Alpha-Fetoprotein expression in hepatocellular carcinoma: A clinical study. J Gastroenterol Hepatol, 7:374-378, 1992. 145. RICHARDSON AJ, TAIT N, MUGUTI G, LITTLE JM Iatrogenic injuries to the extrahepatic biliary tract. Aust NZ J Surg 62:533-539, 1992. 146. MUGUTI G, TAIT N, RICHARDSON A, LITTLE JM Hepatic focal nodular hyperplasia: A benign incidentaloma or a marker of serious hepatic disease? HPB Surgery, 5;171-180, 1992 147. TAIT N, RICHARDSON AJ, MUGUTI G, LITTLE JM Hepatic cavernous haemangioma: A 10 year review. Aust NZ J Surg 62:521-524, 1992. 148. RICHARDSON AJ, GRIERSON JM, TAIT N, WILLIAMS SJ, LITTLE JM A case of cholangitis glandularis proliferans and cholangiocarcinoma of the common bile duct. HPB Surgery, 6:205-209, 1993 149. FARLOW DC, LITTLE JM, GRUENEWALD SM, ANTICO VF, O'NEILL P. A case of metastatic malignancy masquerading as a hepatic haemangioma on labelled red blood cell scintigraphy. 1993, 34: 1172-4. 150. BROTODIHARDJO AE, TAIT N, WELTMAN MD, LIDDLE C, LITTLE JM, FARRELL GC. Hepatocellular carcinoma in western Sydney. Aetiology, changes in in- cidence, and opportunities for better outcomes. Med J Aust 1994, 161;433-436. 24 PANCREATIC DISEASE AND TRANSPLANTATION 151. LITTLE JM, LAUER C, HOGG J. Pancreatic duct obstruction with an acrylate glue: a new method for producing pancreatic exocrine atrophy. Surgery, 81;243, 1977. 152. LITTLE JM, STEPHEN M, HOGG J. Duct obstruction with an acrylate glue for treatment of chronic alcoholic pancreatitis, Lancet, ii; 557-558, 1979. 153. LITTLE JM The Henry Windsor Lecture: Surgery for the alcoholic–No easy decision, Aust NZ J Surg, 50;563-570, 1980. 154. LITTLE JM, Deliberate obstruction of the pancreatic duct, Editorial, Med J Aust, 1, 3;98, 1980. 155. LITTLE JM The management of chronic pancreatitis. Southeast Asian J Surg, 6;27-31, 1983. 156. LITTLE JM Chronic pancreatitis; results of a protocol of management. Aust NZ J Surg 53, No. 5, 1983. 157. DEANE SA, GARVEY JFW, GRIERSON JM, EASTMAN CJ, STEWART GJ, LITTLE JM. Segmental pancreatic autografts in dogs. Transplantation Proceedings 16 (4) 1049-1051, 1984. 158. GARVEY JFW, DEANE S, GRIERSON J, WILLIAMSON P, McGILL K, EASTMAN CJ, STEWART GJ, LITTLE JM Effect of Cyclosporin A on segmental pancreas allografts in the dog. Transplantation Proceedings 16 (4):1043-1045, 1984. 159. LITTLE JM. Chronic pancreatitis–G. B. Ong Oration, South-East Asian J Surg 8(1):16-22, 1985. 160. GARVEY JFW, DUGGIN GG, STEWART GJ, DEANE SA, LITTLE JM Lymphatic absorption of Cyclosporin A in normal and pancreatectomised dogs. Transplantation Proceedings 17(1):1432-1435 Feb. 1985. 161. STEWART GJ, WILLIAMSON P, GARVEY JFW, TIVER KW, DEANE SA, LAMOND J, GRIERSON J, EASTMAN CJ and LITTLE JM (1985) Total lymphoid irradiation in canine pancreatic allograft recipients. Transplantation Proceedings 17(2):1731-1733. April, 1985. 162. DEANE SA, EKBERG H, STEWART GJ, GRIERSON JM, WILLIAMSON P, HAWTHORNE WJ, LITTLE JM Whole pancreas grafting with exocrine drainage into the bladder: method of choice for clinical transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings 20(1):84-86, 1988. 163. EKBERG H, DEANE SA, GRIERSON JM, STEWART GJ, WILLIAMSON P, HAWTHORNE WJ, LITTLE JM Long term function and histology of duct occluded segmental autografts in the dog. Transplantation Proceedings 20 (1):81-83, 1988. 164. EKBERG H, DEANE SA, ALLEN RDM, HAWTHORNE WJ, GRIERSON JM, STEWART GJ, LITTLE JM Monitoring of canine pancreas allograft function with measurement of urinary amylase. Aust NZ J Surg 58:583-586, 1988. 165. EKBERG H, DEANE SA, WILLIAMSON P, HAWTHORNE WJ GRIERSON JM, EASTMAN CJ, STEWART GJ, LITTLE JM Long term canine duct-occluded segmental pancreatic autografts: Does fibrosis lead to graft loss. Transplantation, 26:21-25, 1988. 25 166. EKBERG H, ALLEN R, CHAPMAN JR, HAWTHORNE WJ, WILLIAMSON P, GRIERSON JM, STEWART GJ, LITTLE JM Kinetics of increased Class II antigen expression in canine pancreas allograft rejection. Transplantation Proceedings. 797-800, 1988. 167. EKBERG H, ALLEN R, GREENBERG ML, STEWART GJ, DEANE SA, LITTLE JM Improvement of canine pancreas-allograft survival with diagnosis of rejection by fine needle aspiration biopsy. Diabetes, 38:1, 1989. 168. ALLEN RDM, CHAPMAN JR, DEANE SA, WILSON TG, ROGER S, EKBERG H, STEWART JH, LAWRENCE S, HARRIS DC, LITTLE JM Combined pancreas and kidney transplantation: A pilot study. Transplantation Proceedings, 21:5:3784-3785, 1989. 169. DEANE SA, EKBERG H, STEWART GJ, GRIERSON JM, WILLIAMSON P, HAWTHORNE WJ, LITTLE JM Canine whole pancreatic transplantation with exocrine drainage into the bladder. Aust NZ J Surg 59:659-664, 1989. 170. HOLLANDS MJ, LITTLE JM Obstructive jaundice in chronic pancreatitis. HPB Surg 1:263-270, 1989. 171. ALLEN RDM, WILSON TG, GRIERSON JM, GREENBERG ML, EARL MJ, STEWART JM, LITTLE JM, CHAPMAN JR. Percutaneous pancreas transplant fine needle aspiration and needle core biopsies are useful and safe. Transplantation Proceedings, 22:2:663-664, 1990. 172. WILSON TG, HAWTHORNE WJ, LAU H, WILLIAMSON P, CHAPMAN JR, GRIERSON JM, STEWART GJ, ALLEN RDM, LITTLE JM Pretreatment of canine whole pancreas allografts with monoclonal antibodies does not prolong graft survival. Transplantation Proceeding, 22:5:2163-2164, 1990. 173. WILLIAMSON P, ALLEN RDM, DEANE SA, EKBERG H, GRIERSON JM, HAWTHORNE WJ, MEARS DC, TIVER K, LITTLE JM, STEWART GJ. Canine pancreas and kidney transplantation following total-lymphoid irradiation. Transplantation 50, 576-579, 1990. 174. ALLEN RDM, GRIERSON JM, EKBERG H, HAWTHORNE WJ, WILLIAMSON P, DEANE SA, CHAPMAN JR, STEWART GJ, LITTLE JM Longitudinal histopathologic assessment of rejection after bladder-drained canine pancreas allograft transplantation. American J Pathology 138:2:303-312, 1991. 175. LITTLE JM, TAIT N, RICHARDSON AJ, DUBOIS R. Chronic pancreatitis beginning in childhood and adolescence. Arch Surg 127:90-93, 1992. 176. WILSON TG, HOLLANDS MJ, LITTLE JM Pancreaticojejunostomy for chronic pancreatitis. Aust NZ J Surg 62:2, 111-115, 1992. OTHER GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASES 177. LITTLE JM, MASTER SP, BEDI BS and GILLESPIE IE. The effect of prolonged withdrawal of endogenous stimuli to gastric secretion, Brit J Surg, 54:225, 1967. 178. LITTLE JM Antiperistaltic gastric outlet after gastrectomy; effects on nutrition, Brit J Surg, 54;958, 1967. 179. LITTLE JM Discussion of psychological predictors of failure in ulcer surgery, Modern Medicine of Australia, 75;25, 1967. 26 180. SMITH ER, CUTHBERT JA, McKESSAR JH, FRANCIS PN, LITTLE JM, GRAHAM JR, GALLAGHER ND. Value of Metiamide in the Preoperative management of the Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome, Med J Aust, 1;1,000, 1975. 181. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM Intestinal pseudo-obstruction, Med J Aust, 2:339-341, 1979. 182. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM, COLLINS I. Long-term sequelae of gastrectomy. Med J Aust, l, 347-349, 1982. 183. WILLIAMS S, GILLESPIE P, LITTLE JM Celiac axis compression syndrome: Factors predicting a favourable outcome. Surgery, 98:879-886, 1985. VASCULAR DISEASES 184. LITTLE JM and MILLS FH Venous thromboembolic disease, Brit J Surg, 53;657, 1966. 185. SHELDON DM, LITTLE JM, LOEWENTHAL J, and MILLS FH. Clinical experience of plication of the inferior vena cava, Med J Aust, 2;981, 1967. 186. LITTLE JM and LOEWENTHAL J. Caval interruption for pulmonary embolism; indications and technique, Med J Aust, 2;1119, 1967. 187. LITTLE JM, SHELDON DM and MILLS FH. Aorto-portal vein fistula; repair using intraperitoneal hypothermia, Amer Surg, 34;350, 1968. 188. LITTLE JM and LOEWENTHAL J. Factors contributing to a lowered mortality from pulmonary embolism, Surg Gynec Obstet, 127;777, 1968. 189. LITTLE JM The treatment of venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism, J Roy Prince Alfred Hospital, 1;32, 1968. 190. SHEIL AGR, LITTLE JM, MAY J, SHELDON DM, STEWART GR. and LOEWENTHAL J. Abdominal aortic aneurysms, Med J Aust, 2:383, 1968. 191. LITTLE JM and GOODMAN AH The haemodynamics of occlusion of the inferior vena cava; an experimental study, Surg Gynec Obstet, 128;801, 1969. 192. LITTLE JM Side-to-end portacaval shunt; a way out of difficulty , Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery 39;176, 1969. 193. LITTLE JM, VENCLOVAS I and LOEWENTHAL J. Involvement of the profunda femoris artery in symptomatic atherosclerosis of the lower limbs, Arch Surg, 99;513, 1969. 194. SHEIL AGR, REEVE TS, LITTLE JM, COUPLAND GAE and LOEWENTHAL J. Aorto-intestinal fistula following operations on the abdominal aorta and iliac arteries, Brit J Surg, 56;840, 1969. 195. LITTLE JM, MAY J, LAMOND S and VANDERFIELD GK. Traumatic thrombosis of the internal carotid artery, Lancet, ii: 926, 1969. 196. LITTLE JM and GOODMAN AH. Cystic adventitial disease of the popliteal artery, Brit J Surg, 57;708, 1970. 197. LITTLE JM. An experience of inferior vena caval interruption for pulmonary embolism, Ann Surg, 57;708, 1970 27 198. MAY J and LITTLE JM A simplified transabdominal approach to the inferior vena cava, Aust NZ J Surg., 39;348, 1970. 199. LITTLE JM, LOEWENTHAL J and GOODMAN AH. Aorta-to-profunda arterial reconstruction, Med J Aust, 2;1065, 1970. 200. GOODMAN AH and LITTLE JM Flow and pressure studies in diseased arteries, Modern Medicine of Australia, 13;81, 1971. 201. LITTLE JM and SPENCE JW. Aneurysm of an anomalous hepatic artery, Brit J Surg, 58;886, 1971. 202. LITTLE JM, BINNS M. Spontaneous change in the incidence of deep vein thrombosis detected by ultrasound, Lancet, ii; 1229, 1972. 203. LITTLE JM, ZYLSTRA PL., WEST J and MAY J. Circulation in the normal hand. Brit J Surg, 60;652, 1973. 204. LITTLE JM, SHEIL AGR, LOEWENTHAL J, MAY J GOODMAN AH. Mean flow measurements in aorto-femoral arterial reconstructions, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery , 45;17, 1975. 205. LITTLE JM, MAY J A comparison of the supraclavicular and axillary approaches to upper thoracic sympathectomy, Aust NZ J Surg, 45;143, 1975. 206. LITTLE JM, CLARKE B, SHANKS C. Effects of radial artery cannulation, Med J Aust, 2;791, 1975. 207. STEPHEN MS, LOEWENTHAL J, LITTLE JM, MAY J, SHEIL AGR. Autogenous vein and velour dacron in femoropopliteal arterial bypass, Surgery, 81;314, 1977. 208. LITTLE JM Upper dorsal sympathectomy–the axillary approach, Surgical Techniques Illustrated, 2;15, 1977. 209. LITTLE JM, STEPHEN M. Selection of patients for vascular reconstruction, Aust NZ J Surg, 49; 177–178, 1979. 210. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM, LOEWENTHAL J, MAY J, SHEIL AGR, STEPHEN M. Arterial reconstruction with polytetrafluoroethylene: a preliminary report, Aust NZ J Surg, 49; 219–222, 1979. 211. LITTLE JM. Vascular malformations, Aust NZ J Surg, 51;219, 1981. 212. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM, LOEWENTHAL J, SHEIL AGR & STEPHEN M. Initial experience with polytetrafluoroethylene for extra anatomic bypass Amer J Surg, 139;696–699, 1980. 213. McMENIMAN WJ, FLETCHER JP, and LITTLE JM Experience with barbiturate therapy for cerebral protection during carotid endarterectomy. Ann Roy Coll Surg Engl 66:361-364, 1984. 214. KATELARIS P, FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM A new means of assessing healing in chronic venous ulceration. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery , 56:2, 99- 102, 1986. 215. FLETCHER J.P., LITTLE JM, FERMANIS G.G., SIMMONS K. Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty for severe lower extremity ischaemia. Aust NZ J Surg, 56:2, 121-125, 1986. 28 216. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM, KERSHAW L. The changing pattern of vascular surgery: the effect of percutaneous transluminal angioplasty. Aust NZ J Surg 57:221-224, 1987. 217. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM Subclavian vein thrombosis complicating central venous catheterisation for parenteral nutrition. Southeast Asian J Surg 10, 2:135-138, 1987. 218. FLETCHER JP, MORRIS JGL, LITTLE JM, KERSHAW LZ. EEG monitoring during carotid endarterectomy. Aust NZ J Surg 58:285-288, 1988. 219. FLETCHER JP, FERMANIS G, LITTLE JM and KERSHAW LZ. A comparison of percutaneous transluminal angioplasty with femoropopliteal bypass in patients with threatened limb, Vascular Surgery, 1988, 22:226-230. 220. FLETCHER JP, SIMMONS K, LITTLE JM Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty: experience at Westmead Centre. Australasian Radiology, 29:2;158-152, 1985. 221. KATELARIS PM, FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM, McENTYRE RJ, JEFFCOATE KW. Electrical stimulation in the treatment of chronic venous ulceration. Aust NZ J Surg 57:605-607, 1987. AMPUTATION SURGERY AND REHABILITATION 222. LITTLE JM STEWART GR, NIESCHE FW and WILLIAMS C. A trial of flapless below-knee amputation for arterial insufficiency, Med J Aust, 1;883, 1970. 223. LITTLE JM The use of air splints as immediate prostheses after below-knee amputation for vascular insufficiency, Med J Aust, 2;870, 1970. 224. LITTLE JM A pneumatic weight bearing temporary prosthesis for below-knee amputees, Lancet, i;271, 1971. 225. LITTLE JM The pneumatic temporary weight-bearing prosthesis, Nursing Mirror, 133;17, 1971. 226. LITTLE JM, GOSLING L and WEEKS A. Experience with a pneumatic lower limb prosthesis, Med J Aust, 1;1300, 1972. 227. LITTLE JM, PETRITSI-JONES D, ZYLSTRA P, WILLIAMS R and KERR C. A survey of amputations for degenerative vascular disease, Med J Aust, 1;329, 1973. 228. (LITTLE JM) The elderly amputee, Editorial, Lancet, ii; 747, 1972. 229. LITTLE JM Amputation of the leg–a dull topic revisited, Med J Aust, 2;442, 1973. 230. LITTLE JM, PETRITSI-JONES D, KERR C. Vascular Amputees–a study in disappointment, Lancet, i;793, 1974. 231. LITTLE JM Successful amputation–by whose standards? American Heart Journal, 90;808, 1975. 232. LITTLE JM Prosthetics, orthotics and biomechanics, Bull Post-grad Comm Med Univ Syd, 30;252, 1975. 233. (LITTLE JM) I.P.O.P.–miracle, menace or gimmick? Editorial, Lancet, i;620, 1975. 234. LITTLE JM The air splint prosthesis, Bull Post-grad Comm Med Univ Syd, 30;268, 1975. 235. LITTLE JM, STEPHEN MS, ZYLSTRA PL. Amputation of the toes for vascular disease; fate of the affected leg, Lancet, ii; 1318, 1976. 29 236. LITTLE JM The transmetatarsal amputation, Surgical Techniques Illustrated, 3;85, 1978. 237. LITTLE JM The Syme amputation, Surgical Techniques Illustrated, 2;69, 1978. 238. LITTLE JM Below-knee amputation, Surgical Techniques Illustrated, 3;43, 1978. HAEMATOLOGICAL DISORDERS 239. LITTLE JM, BAILEY I, KRONENBERG H and HALLIDAY JP. Heparin-like anticoagulant associated with severe liver injury, Lancet, i;1055, 1970. 240. COLTHART GC, LITTLE JM Splenectomy; A review of morbidity, Aust NZ J Surg, 46;32, 1976. 241. LITTLE JM A prospective study of 100 splenectomies, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery , 48:390, 1978. 242. STEWART GJ, LITTLE JM The infective hazards of splenectomy, Aust NZ J Surg, 49;492-494, 1979. MISCELLANEOUS SURGICAL TOPICS 243. JOSEPH M, GOULSTON K, GRANT AF and LITTLE JM. Spontaneous pneumothorax, Med J Aust, 1;1, 1964. 244. LITTLE JM and GOODMAN AH. Peritoneal hypothermia; physiology and indications, Surgery, 62;346, 1967. 245. MCLEOD J, WALSH J and LITTLE JM Sural nerve biopsy, Med J Aust, 2;1092, 1969. 246. HALMAGYI DFJ, GOODMAN AH, LITTLE JM, KENNEDY M. and haemorrhage, Ann Surg, 172;284, 1970. 247. (LITTLE JM) Postscript to thalidomide, Editorial, Lancet, i;560, 1975. 248. McLEOD JG, HARGRAVE JC, GYE RS, POLLARD JD, WALSH JC, LITTLE JM, BOOTH GC. Nerve grafting in leprosy, Brain, 98;203-212, 1975. 249. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM, WALKER PJ. Anergy and the severely ill surgical patient: Evaluation of multitest CMI. Aust NZ J Surg 56:2, 117-120, 1986. 250. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM Effect of intravenous fat and amino acid on the nitrogen balance of severely stressed surgical patients. South East Asian J Surg 0:2, 110-114, 1986. 251. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM High calorie and protein clear fluid regime for pre- operative bowel preparation. Aust NZ J Surg 56:9, 693-695. 252. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM, MUDIE JM. Home parenteral nutrition: Westmead Hospital experience. Aust NZ J Surg 56:897-900, 1986, 253. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM, WALKER PJ. The relationship of nutritional parameters to mortality and septic complications. Aust NZ J Surg 56:891-895, 1986. 254. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM Subclavian vein catheterisation for parenteral nutrition. Ann Roy Coll Surg Engl 70:150-152, 1988. 255. FLETCHER JP and LITTLE JM Nutritional support and reduction of nitrogen balance following major surgery, Nutrition, 1988, 4:447-451. 30 256. FLETCHER JP, STRETCH JR, LITTLE JM, McGURGAN M. Long-term central venous access (Hickman) catheters: Review of 134 catheters inserted in 100 patients. Aust NZ J Surg 55:5, 545-500, 1985. 257. FLETCHER JP, LITTLE JM A comparison of parenteral nutrition and early postoperative enteral feeding on the nitrogen balance following major surgery, Surgery, 1986, 100:21-24. MEDICAL HISTORY, PHILOSOPHY AND EDUCATION 258. LITTLE JM. Educational experiences of a graduate recently returned from overseas, Bulletin of the Post-graduate Committee in Medicine 24 suppl. lvii, 1968. 259. LITTLE JM "God and the Doctor we alike adore", Points of View, Lancet, ii; 1137, 1972. 260. LITTLE JM Dehumanised Science and the Doctor-Patient Relationship, American Heart Journal, 85;714, 1973. 261. (LITTLE JM) The Flinders Experiment, Editorial, Lancet, i;814, 1973. 262. LITTLE JM. Mantology and Medicine, Lancet, i;130, 1974. 263. LITTLE JM Medibank, Quadrant, No. 97, Vol. 19, No. 5, 27, 1975. 264. LITTLE JM. Academic and non-academic surgery, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery , 51 265. *LITTLE JM. Human experimentation and the doctor-patient relationship, Surgery, Vol. 93, No. 4, 600 -602, 1983. 266. LITTLE JM Presenting Statistics. Editorial Comment. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery 57:417, 1987. 267. *LITTLE JM The Jepson Lecture 1991- Clinical databases and surgical research. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery 5:327-332, 1992. 268. LITTLE JM Decision making in health and medicine, NSW Public Health Bulletin, 1992, 3:12, 138. 269. *LITTLE JM Eupompus gave splendour to art by numbers. Lancet, 341, 878-880, 1993. 270. *LITTLE JM Decisions in clinical management. A case scenario. Medical Journal of Australia, 1993, 158:204-207. 271. *LITTLE JM Right or wrong? A question of answers. Medical Journal of Australia, 1993, 158:273-274. 272. *LITTLE JM The problem of the clinical process–a Popperian analysis. Theoretical Surgery. 1993, 8: 146-150. 273. *LITTLE JM Communication and the humanities; the nature of the nexus. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 1993, 68;921-924. 274. *LITTLE JM The potential contribution of autonomy to a calculus of clinical benefit. Theoretical Surgery 1993, 8; 221-6. 275. +*LITTLE JM, LEEDER S. Autonomy, logic, hermeneutics and informed consent. European Journal of Surgery 1996, 162; 3-10. 31 276. +*LITTLE, Miles. Values, ethics and the law in medicine – issues for practice and education. Education for Health 1998, 11(1); 65-71. 277. +*LITTLE JM. Oracles, seers and charlatans: Time and illness from Greece to the present. RSA Journal, 1997, cxlv; 48-54. 278. LITTLE M. Euthanasia – crossing the Rubicon or at the cross-roads? Australian & New Zealand Journal of Medicine 1998, 28; 55-56. 279. +*LITTLE M, FEARNSIDE M. On trust. The Online Journal of Ethics (http://condor.depaul.edu/ethics/ethg16.html) 1997 vol 2, no 1. 280. +*LITTLE M. Assignments of meaning in epidemiology. Social Science & Medicine 1998, 47(9); 1135-1145 . 281. +*LITTLE Miles. Resource constraints, moral pressures – can we still afford ourselves? Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery 1998, 68;757-759. 282. *LITTLE Miles. Research, ethics and conflicts of interest. Journal of Medical Ethics 1999, 25(3); 259-262. 283. +*LITTLE Miles. Assisted suicide, suffering and the meaning of a life. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 1999, 20(3); 287-298. 284. +*LITTLE Miles. Ethonomics - the ethics of the unaffordable. AMA Archives of Surgery 2000, 135; 17-21. 285. LITTLE Miles. Conflict of interests, vested interests and health research. Journal of Investigation in Clinical Medicine, 2000, 6; 1-8. 286. LITTLE, M. (2000). Increased capability, diminished possibility. Medical Journal of Australia, 173(1); 39-40. 287. LITTLE M (2000) Understanding medical ethics. Central African Journal of Medicine, 46(3): 69-76. 288. LITTLE, M. (2001). “Invited commentary: Is there a distinctively surgical ethics?” Surgery 129.(6): 668-671. 289. LITTLE, M. (2000). Conflict of interest, vested interests and health research. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 6, 413-420. 290. GILLAM, L. and M. LITTLE (2001). “Confidentiality.” Medical Journal of Australia 174(6): 296-297. 291. MONTGOMERY, K. and M. LITTLE (2001). “Ethical thinking and stakeholders.” Medical Journal of Australia 174: 405-406. 292. BRIDGES, J., HANSON, R., LITTLE, M., CHOY FLANNIGAN, A., FAIRLEY, M. and HAYWOOD, L. (2001). Ethical relationships in paediatric emergency medicine: Moving beyond the dyad. Emergency Medicine, 13(3): 344-350. 293. LITTLE, M., C.F.C. JORDENS, K. PAUL, E.-J. SAYERS, J.A. CRUICKSHANK, J. STEGEMAN, and K. MONTGOMERY (2002). Discourse in different voices: Reconciling n=1 and n=many. Social Science & Medicine, 55(7): 1079-1087. 294. LITTLE, M. (2001). “Ethics in surgical practice.” British Journal of Surgery 88: 1-2. 295. LITTLE, M. (2002). “The fivefold root of an ethics of surgery.” Bioethics 16(3): 183- 201. 32 296. LITTLE, M (2002) “Humanistic medicine or values-based medicine? What‟s in a name?” Medical Journal of Australia, 177 (6): 319-321. 297. LITTLE, M (2003). „“Better than numbers”: A gentle critique of evidence-based medicine‟. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery, 73: 177-182. 298. LITTLE, M. (2003). "Money, morals and the conquest of mortality." Medical Journal of Australia 179(8): 432-435 299. JORDENS, CFC, LITTLE, M (2004). “‟In this scenario, I do this, for these reasons‟: Narrative, genre and ethical reasoning in the clinic. Social Science & Medicine 58(9): 1635-1645. 300. LITTLE, M. (2006). Expressing freedom and taking liberties: the paradoxes of aberrant science. Medical Humanities: Edition of the Journal of Medical Ethics; 32(1): 32-37. 301. LITTLE, M. (2005). Talking cure and curing talk. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine; 98(5): 210-212. 302. JORDENS C, LITTLE M, KERRIDGE I, McPHEE J. From Advance directives to advance care planning: current legal status, ethical rationales and a new research agenda. Internal Medicine Journal 2005;35(9):563-7. 303. LITTLE M. „On being both professional and human‟ – a response. Internal Medicine Journal 2006; 36: 319-322. 304. LITTLE M. Gordon Gordon-Taylor Lecture. Surgical giants and giants of surgery: The case of Abraham Colles. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Surgery, accepted for publication, 2007. 305. CLARK G, LIPWORTH W, LITTLE J M, KERRIDGE, I H. An empirical study of tissue banking in Australia: Navigating regulatory and ethical challenges. Journal of Law & Medicine 2006; 14 (1); 102-109. 306. CARTER SM, LITTLE JM. Justifying knowledge, justifying method, taking action: epistemologies, methodologies and methods in qualitative research. Qualitative Health Research 2007 17(10): 1316-1328. 307. MONTGOMERY, K., C.F.C. JORDENS, AND M. LITTLE, How vulnerability and trust interact during extreme events: Insights for human service agencies and organizations. Administration and Society, 2008. in publication. 308. LITTLE, M. The role of regret in informed consent. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry accepted for publication July 2008. CANCER ILLNESS AND SURVIVAL 309. +*LITTLE Miles, JORDENS Chris, PAUL Kim, MONTGOMEREY Kathleen, PHILIPSON Bertil. Liminality: A major category of the experience of cancer illness. Social Science & Medicine 1998, 47(10): 1485-1494 310. +*LITTLE Miles, JORDENS Christopher F C, PAUL Kim, SAYERS Emma J, SRISKANDARAJAH Dananjayan. Approval and disapproval in the narratives of colorectal cancer patients and their carers. Health 1999, 3(4); 451-467. 33 311. +*LITTLE Miles, JORDENS Christopher F C, PAUL Kim, SAYERS Emma J, SRISKANDARAJAH Dannanjayan. The illness trajectory or the illness journey. What‟s in a metaphor? MEDIC (Italy) 1999, 7(1); 41-48. 312. +*LITTLE Miles. Framing narratives: A theory of media influence. MEDIC (Italy) 1999, 7(2); 72-78. . 313. +*LITTLE Miles, JORDENS Christopher FC, PAUL Kim, SAYERS Emma J. Vulnerability in the narratives of patients and their carers - studies of colorectal cancer. Health:, 2000, 4(4); 499-514. 314. +*LITTLE, M., JORDENS, C. F. C., PAUL, K., SAYERS, E., & SRISKANDARAJAH, D. Face, honor and dignity in the context of colon cancer. Journal of Medical Humanities 2000, 21(4); 229-243. 315. LITTLE, M., E.-J. SAYERS, K. PAUL and C.F.C. JORDENS (2000). The paradox of survival: cancer and its aftermath. Journal of Pelvic Surgery, 6(5); 1-4. 316. LITTLE, J. M., SAYERS, E.-J., PAUL, K., & JORDENS, C. F. C. (2000). On surviving cancer. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 93(10), 501-503. 317. LITTLE, M., E.-J. SAYERS, K. HOGG, P. HEINRICH and S. DUNN (2000). “Surviving survival.” Psycho-oncology 9(5): 120. 318. JORDENS, C. F. C., M. LITTLE, K. PAUL and E.-J. SAYERS (2001). “Life disruption and generic complexity: a social linguistic analysis of narratives of cancer illness.” Social Science & Medicine 53.(9): 1227-1236. 319. LITTLE, M, C.F.C JORDENS, K. PAUL, E-J. SAYERS (2002). “Survivorship and discourses of identity.” Psycho-Oncology 11 (2); 170-178. 320. LITTLE, M., C. F. C. JORDENS and E.-J. SAYERS (2003). “Discourse communities and the discourse of experience.” Health 7(1); 73-86. 321. LITTLE, M. and E.-J. SAYERS (2004). “The skull beneath the skin: Cancer survival and awareness of death.” Psycho-oncology 13(3): 190-198. 322. LITTLE, M. and E.-J. SAYERS (2004). ""While there's life...": hope and the experience of cancer. Social Science & Medicine 59(6); 1329-1337. 323. LITTLE, M. (2006). "Chronic illness and the experience of surviving cancer." Internal Medicine Journal 34: 201-202. 324. LITTLE M, JORDENS CF, CATHERINE MCGRATH, MONTGOMERY K, KERRIDGE I, STACY M CARTER (2007). “Pragmatic pluralism: Mutual tolerance of contested understandings between orthodox and alternative practitioners in autologous stem cell transplantation.” Social Science & Medicine. 64; 1512-1523. 325. CARTER SM, JORDENS CFC, MCGRATH C, LITTLE, M. “You Have to Make Something of All That Rubbish, Do You? An Empirical Investigation of the Social Process of Qualitative Research.” Accepted for publication in Qualitative Health Research November 7th 2007. 326. LITTLE, M., C. F. C. JORDENS, C. MCGRATH, K. MONTGOMERY, W. LIPWORTH AND I. KERRIDGE (2008). "Informed consent and medical ordeal." Internal Medicine Journal 38: 624-628. 34 APPENDIX – PUBLISHED POETRY 327. Christmas Visit. Too hot by far and at the dead-end…, Quadrant vol.33 no.12 December 1989 periodical issue (p.41). 328. First Snow, Cambridge 1988. 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