Philippa Taylor is Senior Researcher on Bioethics, Marriage and the Family for CARE Trust. She has worked for CARE as a Consultant for 14 years. She has also been Associate Director at The Centre for Bioethics and Public Policy (CBPP). She is currently studying for an MA in bioethics at St Mary’s College. As well as doing some media work and presentations, she has written many of CARE’s resources on bioethics and the family, including numerous consultation responses, briefing papers, articles and booklets. Some of these include:
- Living Happily Ever After? The Ethics of Enhancing Humans, (in progress).
- For Better or For Worse: Marriage and Cohabitation Compared, 2005, CARE (now in its 3rd edition).
- For What it is Worth: The Status of the Human Embryo, CARE 2002.
- Counting the Cost: The Effects of Family Breakdown, CARE 2000.
- Going all the Way? – Cybernetics and Nanotechnology, Nucleus, CMF, 2004.
- Shoring up the Foundations: Supporting traditional marriage & the family. Chapter in a forthcoming book edited by Edward Leigh MP.
Selected CARE Papers
- Artificial Intelligence: From Fiction to Fact: Christian Perspectives on Future Developments in Bioethics, CBPP briefing series: No. 1, 2003.
- Nanotechnology and Cybernetics: Christian Perspectives on Future Developments in Bioethics, CBPP briefing series: No. 3, 2003.
- Transgenics and Chimeras: Christian Perspectives on Future Developments in Bioethics, CBPP briefing series: No. 2, 2003.
- Cloning: Issues and Implications, CARE Briefing Paper.
- Donor Anonymity or Rights for the Offspring of Donor Insemination? CARE Briefing Paper.
- Testing and Selecting: Issues Surrounding Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis, CARE Briefing Paper, 2003.