My research interests include: reproductive ethics, parenting, research ethics, informed consent, Ebola virus disease, military medicine, insect suffering, welfare biology, population dynamics, social robotics, machine intelligence, catastrophic risk, decision theory, environmental ethics, population ethics, and value theory.
I completed my undergraduate degree in Stirling, during which time I undertook a year of study abroad at the University of Victoria, Canada. After this, I completed a Masters degree in Ethics and Political Theory at Reading, before commencing my PhD in medical ethics in Birmingham. I successfully defended my thesis in November 2013 and graduated in July 2014.
- 'Skeldon, Laura, 'Jenkins , Simon, 2022. 'Experiences and attitudes of the LGBTQ+ community on care/nursing homes. Journal of Homosexuality
- Jenkins, Simon, Calvert, Melanie J., Draper, Heather, 2020. Potential research participants' use of information during the consent process : a qualitative pilot study of patients enrolled in a clinical trial. PLOS ONE, 15 (6)
- Jenkins, Simon, 2019. Is the four quadrant approach to military medical ethics a cargo cult? A call for more unity between philosophers and practitioners. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, 165 (4), pp. 270-272
- Jenkins , Simon, Ives, Jonathan, Avery, Sue, Draper, Heather, 2018. Who gets the gametes? An argument for a points system for fertility patients. Bioethics, 32 (1), pp. 16-26
- Draper, Heather, Jenkins, Simon, 2017. Ethical challenges experienced by UK military medical personnel deployed to Sierra Leone (operation GRITROCK) during the 2014?2015 Ebola outbreak : a qualitative study. BMC Medical Ethics, 18
- Draper, Heather, Jenkins, Simon, Benthal, Lizzy, Hale, Catherine, Henning, Jeremy, Gibson, Chris, 2018. Preparing for operation GRITROCK : military medical ethics challenges encountered in the planning stages of the UK Ebola response mission. In Messelken, Daniel; Winkler, David (eds.), Ethical Challenges for Military Health Care Personnel : Dealing with Epidemics, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge, pp. 19-37