Dr Dominique Martin

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer In Health Ethics And Professionalism

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Medicine

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne, 2003
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, University of Melbourne, 2003
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Melbourne, 2011
Graduate Certificate in University Teaching, University of Melbourne, 2014

Biography

Dominique is Senior Lecturer in Health Ethics and Professionalism in the School of Medicine at Deakin University. She studied Medicine and Arts as undergraduate degrees, with majors in Philosophy and English. She completed a PhD in Applied Ethics at the University of Melbourne in 2011 on the topic of markets in human biological materials. Her bioethics research focuses primarily on issues related to procurement, use, and distribution of medical products of human origin such as organs and tissues for transplantation, or gametes used in assisted reproductive treatments. She is also interested in the ethics of dialysis, and professionalism issues relating to sale of unproven stem cell interventions.

Dominique is a member of the Executive Board of the Declaration of Istanbul Custodian Group, and of the Doha International Academy for Organ Donation. She is past co-chair of the Ethics Committee of The Transplantation Society and an Associate Editor of Transplantation. Dominique has worked with the World Health Organization and the Australian Organ and Tissue Authority on ethical issues in donation and transplantation. 
Dominique has authored or co-authored more than 35 peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters, and regularly presents at Australian and international medical and bioethics conferences.

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Research interests

Ethical issues of medical products of human origin, international travel for health care, dialysis, and unproven stem cell interventions

Health professionalism

Organ trafficking

Affiliations

The Transplantation Society

International Association of Bioethics

Declaration of Istanbul Custodian Group

Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand

Doha International Academy of Organ Donation

Teaching interests

Health ethics and professionalism

Bioethics

Knowledge areas

Bioethics; applied ethics; professional ethics

Media appearances

Agnès Noël, 'Les migrants, cibles du trafic d'organes', Le Monde, 5 Sep 2017. Available at: http://www.lemonde.fr/sciences/article/2017/09/04/les-migrants-cibles-du-trafic-d-organes_5180796_1650684.html

Olivia Campbell, 'This New App Is Tinder For Sperm And Egg Donors', Huffington Post, 5 May 2017. Available at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/sperm-egg-donation-app-just-baby_us_58ffa2d5e4b091e8c71100af 

Rebecca Feller, 'Paying for pregnancy? The cost of commercial surrogacy', This., Mar 2017. Available at: http://this.deakin.edu.au/culture/paying-for-pregnancy-the-cost-of-commercial-surrogacy

'International academy for organ donation launched', Middle East Monitor, Nov 2016. Available at: http://www.middleeasthealthmag.com/nov2016/meupdate.htm

Radio

Danny Tran, 'Bid to end 'transplant tourism': experts', PM (ABC), 9 May 2017. Available at: http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2016/s4666254.htm

Podcasts

Dominique Martin with Megan Munsie, presented by Elisabeth Lopez, 'Celll sell: the ethics of the transnational human tissue market,' Up Close, 9 Oct 2015. Available at: https://pursuit.unimelb.edu.au/podcasts/cell-sell-the-ethics-of-the-transnational-human-tissue-market

Commentaries

Dominique Martin, ‘Organ donation boost requires action, not just talk’, The Conversation, 25 Feb 2013. Available at: http://theconversation.edu.au/organ-donation-boost-requiresaction-not-just-talk- 12274

Dominique Martin, ‘Action to stop thriving global organ trade must start at home’ The Conversation, 1 Jun 2012. Available at: http://theconversation.edu.au/action-to-stopthriving-global-organ-trade- must-start-at-home-7333 

Publications

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2017

Ethical aspects of medical products of human origin

D Martin

(2017), Vol. 12, pp. 281-287, ISBT science series, London, Eng., C1

journal

Ethical issues in transnational eye banking

D Martin, R Kelly, G Jones, H Machin, G Pollock

(2017), Vol. 36, pp. 252-257, Cornea, Philadelphia, Pa., C1

journal

Ethical issues in dialysis therapy

V Jha, D Martin, J Bargman, S Davies, J Feehally, F Finkelstein, D Harris, M Misra, G Remuzzi, A Levin, International Society of Nephrology Ethical Dialys

(2017), Vol. 389, pp. 1851-1856, Lancet, London, Eng., C1

journal

Primary care physicians' views about gate-keeping in clinical research recruitment: a qualitative study

D Martin, M Guillemin, R McDougall, A Brookes, N Hallowell, L Gillam

(2017), Vol. 8, pp. 99-105, AJOB empirical bioethics, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal

Banking on Living Kidney Donors - A New Way to Facilitate Donation without Compromising on Ethical Values

D Martin, G Danovitch

(2017), Vol. 42, pp. 537-558, Journal of Medicine and Philosophy (United Kingdom), C1

journal
2016

The involvement of patient organisations in rare disease research: a mixed methods study in Australia

D Pinto, D Martin, R Chenhall

(2016), Vol. 11, pp. 1-15, Orphanet journal of rare diseases, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

Trade in kidneys is ethically intolerable

D Martin

(2016), Vol. 1, pp. 180-184, Indian journal of medical ethics, Mumbai, India, C1

journal

Statement of the Declaration of Istanbul Custodian Group regarding payments to families of deceased organ donors

D Martin, A Capron, F Delmonico, B Dominguez-Gil, G Danovitch, J Chapman

(2016), Vol. 100, pp. 2006-2009, Transplantation, Philadelphia, Pa., C1

journal

Therapeutic appropriation: a new concept in the ethics of clinical research

D Martin, R McDougall, L Gillam, N Hallowell, A Brookes, M Guillemin

(2016), Vol. 42, pp. 805-808, Journal of medical ethics, London, Eng., C1

journal
2015

Prevention of transnational transplant-related crimes-What more can be done?

D Martin, K Van Assche, B Domínguez-Gil, M López-Fraga, D Budiani-Saberi, J Lavee, A Tibell, F Moazam, E Muller, G Danovitch, I Codreanu, S Naicker, M Al Rukhaimi, S McGuinness, M Bakr, M Moniruzzaman, A Capron, F Delmonico

(2015), Vol. 100, pp. 1-9, Transplantation, Philadelphia, Pa., C1-1

journal

Pediatric donation after circulatory determination of death: Respecting the interests of children through routine consideration of donation opportunities

D Martin, M Siebelink, B Domínguez-Gil

(2015), Vol. 15, pp. 23-25, American journal of bioethics, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

Financial incentives for living kidney donors: are they necessary?

D Martin, S White

(2015), Vol. 66, pp. 389-395, American journal of kidney diseases, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal

Pediatric deceased donation - a report of the Transplantation Society meeting in Geneva

D Martin, T Nakagawa, M Siebelink, K Bramstedt, J Brierley, F Dobbels, J Rodrigue, M Sarwal, R Shapiro, B Dominguez-Gil, G Danovitch, S Sweet, R Trompeter, F Moazam, M Bos, F Delmonico

(2015), Vol. 99, pp. 1403-1409, Transplantation, Philadelphia, Pa., C1-1

journal

Medical Products of Human Origin: Towards Global Governance Tools.

D Martin, L Noel

(2015), pp. 383-396, New Cannibal Markets: Globalisation and Commodification of the Human Body, Paris, B1-1

chapter

Implementation of China's new policies on organ procurement: An important but challenging step forward

D Martin, A Tibell

(2015), Vol. 4, pp. 142-144, Hepatobiliary surgery and nutrition, C1-1

journal

Living and deceased organ donation should be financially neutral acts

F Delmonico, D Martin, B Domínguez-Gil, E Muller, V Jha, A Levin, G Danovitch, A Capron

(2015), Vol. 15, pp. 1187-1191, American journal of transplantation, London, Eng., C1-1

journal
2014

The Doha model of organ donation and transplantation: thinking beyond citizenship

D Martin, R Fadhil

(2014), Vol. 2, pp. 293-329, Griffith journal of law & human dignity, Gold Coast, Qld., C1-1

journal

National self-sufficiency in reproductive resources: an innovative response to transnational reproductive travel

D Martin, S Kane

(2014), Vol. 7, pp. 10-44, International journal of feminist approaches to bioethics, Ontario, Canada., C1-1

journal

Comment faire face au trafic d'organes ? Le point de vue du Declaration of Istanbul Custodian Group

D Martin

(2014), Vol. 14, pp. 62-65, Le courrier de la transplantation, Courbevoie, France., C1-1

journal

Ethical issues and transplant tourism

D Martin, F Delmonico

(2014), pp. 69-74, Kidney transplantation : practical guide to management, Berlin, Germany, B1-1

chapter
2013

Organ trafficking and transplant tourism: the role of global professional ethical standards - the 2008 declaration of Istanbul

G Danovitch, J Chapman, A Capron, A Levin, M Abbud-Filho, M Al Mousawi, W Bennett, D Budiani-Saberi, W Couser, I Dittmer, V Jha, J Lavee, D Martin, M Masri, S Naicker, S Takahara, A Tibell, F Shaheen, V Anantharaman, F Delmonico

(2013), Vol. 95, pp. 1306-1312, Transplantation, Philadelphia, Pa., C1-1

journal
2012

How to address the ethics of reproductive travel to developing countries: a comparison of national self-sufficiency and regulated market approaches

G Crozier, D Martin

(2012), Vol. 12, pp. 45-54, Developing world bioethics, Chichester, Eng., C1-1

journal
2011

The long road from the kidney bazaar: a commentary on Pakistan's progress towards self-sufficiency in organ transplantation

D Martin

(2011), Vol. 8, pp. 1-12, PORTAL journal of multidisciplinary international studies, Sydney, N.S.W., C1-1

journal

Caution: deceased donor organ commercialism!

M Epstein, D Martin, G Danovitch

(2011), Vol. 24, pp. 958-964, Transplant international, Chichester, Eng., C1-1

journal
2010

Medical travel and the sale of human biological materials: suggestions for ethical policy development

D Martin

(2010), Vol. 10, pp. 377-395, Global social policy, London, Eng, C1-1

journal

Professional and public ethics united in condemnation of transplant tourism

D Martin

(2010), Vol. 10, pp. 18-20, American journal of bioethics, Abingdon, Eng., C1-1

journal

Funded Projects at Deakin

Other Public Sector Funding

Ethical Investigation and Consultation on Contact between Donor Families and Transplant Recipients

Dr Dominique Martin

  • 2017: $30,000

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report