Primary research topics
£29, 051. MRC Midland Hub for Trials Methodology Research. Ives J (PI), Draper H, Calvert M, Kyte D. What do potential research participants understand about patient reported outcome measurement and management? An investigation of trial information provision. January 2014 - May 2014
Symposium project award. Ives J, Provoost, V. On gametes and guidelines: A symposium for exploring the use of interdisciplinary and empirical bioethics to inform the regulation of reproductive technologies”. Februrary 2014.
£23,976. NSPCR Funding - Round 7. Calvert M, Kyte D, Draper H, Ives J, Gheorghe A, Brundage M, King M, Mercieca-Bebber R. Evaluation of patient reported outcomes in clinical trials: systematic review of trial protocols.
£3000. Circles of Influence Annual Giving Programme Distribution 2012 – University of Birmingham. POSH online research teaching e-library (PORTEL): facilitating self-directed learning while conducting research away from the university setting. Jonathan Ives, Heather Draper, Lesley Roberts, Lisa Jones. May – December 2012.
£5000. The Wellcome Trust. Interdisciplinary Empirical Ethics Network. Jonathan Ives (co-PI/Chair), John Owens, Alan Crib. (Sept 2011 – March 2013)
£1325. ETHOX Foundation, Oxford University. Personal award. Caroline Miles Visiting Scholarship 2011.
£85,196. NIHR School of Primary Care. Doctoral Research Studentship. Melanie Calvert, Heather Draper, Jonathan Ives, Derek Kyte. The Methodological and Ethical Issues Associated with Health-Related Quality of Life Measurement in Clinical Trials. Oct 2011 – September 2014)
£70,000. AHRC. Heather Draper, Sue Avery, Jonathan Ives, Simon Jenkins. The ethical allocation of eggs donated for the purpose of fertility treatment. (1st October 2010 – 30th September 2013).
£98,500 – ESRC. Jonathan Ives (PI). The moral habitus of fatherhood: A study of how men negotiate the moral demands of becoming a father. (1st April 2010 – 30th March 2012).
£60,250. AHRC. Heather Draper; Simon Bramhall; Jonathan Ives, Gregory Moorlock. Collaborative Studentship Doctoral Award. Gregory Moorlock (student), An empirically informed ethical analysis of directed and conditional cadaveric organ donation. (1st October 2009 – 30th Sept 2012)
£5,155 - NIHR Mental Health Research Network Heart of England Hub (£1462); Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Trust Charitable Funds Committee (£1,389) and the Centre for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Mental Health (£2,304). Jess Heron; Jonathan Ives; Sonal Shah A Perinatal Service User Workshop in Qualitative Research and Service-User Led Research Project. (1st January 2009 – 1st January 2010).
£9,995 - NHS West Midlands. Heather Draper; Sue Wilson; Jonathan Ives; Sheila Greenfield; Jayne Parry; Judith Petts; Tom Sorell; Christine Gratus. Community health and social care workers attitudes to working during pandemic influenza. (Nov 2008 - May 2009)
£4,555 - Wellcome Trust funding for a conference, workshop, symposium. Mikey Dunn; Jonathan Ives; Zeynep Gurten-Broadbent; Jessica Wheeler Why Bioethics? Our research in context. (July 2007)
£1,600 – Wellcome Trust. Jonathan Ives. Supplement to the Wellcome trust grant Becoming a father/refusing fatherhood: How paternal responsibilities and rights are generate’ (additional transcription costs)
£5,796 – Wellcome trust funding for a conference, workshop, symposium. Jonathan Ives; Adele Langlois; Emma Baldock; Anna Smajdor Bioethics: Past, Present and Future. (July 2006)
£1, 450 – Dean of Arts and Social Sciences: Special initiatives fund Heather Draper, Iain Law: Heather Widdows: Jonathan Ives. Ethics at Birmingham: Bridging the disciplinary gap. (1st October 2005 – 1st April 2007)
£73,317 - Wellcome Trust Studentship Prize in Biomedical Ethics. Jonathan Ives, Heather Draper, Helen Pattison, Clare Williams. Becoming a father/refusing fatherhood: How paternal responsibilities and rights are generated. (1st Oct 2004 – 30th Sept 2007)
Jon has published over 40 articles in peer reviewed journals, and two book chapters. He currently has a contract with Cambridge University Press, with Mikey Dunn and Alan Cribb, to produce an edited collection entitled "Empirical Bioethics: Practical and Theoretical Perspectives".
Ives J. (forthcoming) Men, Maternity and Moral Residue: Negotiating the moral demands of the transition to first time fatherhood. Sociology of Health and Illness.
Ives J. (forthcoming). Conceptualising the Deliberative Father: Compromise, progress and striving to do fatherhood well. Families, Relationships and Societies.
Ives J. (2013) A method of reflexive balancing in a pragmatic, interdisciplinary and reflexive bioethics. Bioethics, DOI: 10.1111/bioe.12018
Sandhu A, Ives J, Birchwood M, Upthegrove R. (2013) ‘The subjective experience and phenomenology of depression following first episode psychosis: a qualitative study using photo-elicitation’. Journal of Affective Disorders. 149(1-3):166-174.
Draper H, Ives J. (2013). Men's involvement in antenatal care and labour: Rethinking a medical model. Midwifery, 29(7):723-729
Ives, J. Redwood, S. Damery S. (2012) PPI, Paradoxes and Plato: Who’s sailing the ship? Journal of Medical Ethics 39(3):181-185
Ives, J., Dunn, M. (2010) ‘Who’s arguing? A call for reflexivity in bioethics.’ Bioethics, 24(5): 256-265
Draper, H., Ives, J. (2009) ‘Paternity testing: A poor test of fatherhood’. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 31(4):407-418.