2018 Eagan, Sheena M., Bianca Buechner and Wolfgang Hennig. “Genetic Counseling and Genetic Counselors: A Perspective” EMBO Reports. Forthcoming.
2016 Lederman, Z, Cernat A, Ferri EG, Galbo F, Moore B, Riklikiene O, Vescio J, and Eagan Chamberlin, S. “The responsibility to prevent, the duty to educate” Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics. Volume 37, Issue 3: p 56.
2015 Eagan Chamberlin, Sheena M. “Medicine as a Non-Lethal Weapon: The Ethics of ‘Winning Hearts and Minds’. ” Ethics and Armed Forces. Issue 2015/1: pp 9-15. ]
2014 Eagan Chamberlin, Sheena M. “The Warrior in a White Coat: Moral Dilemmas, the Physician-Soldier & the Problem of Dual Loyalty.” Medical Corps International Forum. Volume 4: pp 4-7.
2013 Eagan Chamberlin, Sheena M. “The complicated life of a physician-soldier: medical readiness training exercises & the problem of dual loyalties.” Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering, Volume 6, Issue 10A: pp 8-18.
2013 Eagan Chamberlin, Sheena M. “Trauma & Humanism: How the Humanities can contribute to the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.” The International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies, Volume 10, Issue 3: pp 37-45.
2013 Bennett, Alina. and Sheena M. Eagan Chamberlin, “Resisting Moral Residue,” Journal of Pastoral Psychology, 62, Issue 2: pp 151-162
2012 Eagan Chamberlin, Sheena M. "Emasculated by Trauma: A Social History of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Stigma and Masculinity." Journal of American Culture 35, no. 4 (2012): pp 358–65.
2017 Eagan, Sheena M. “Ebola Response & Mandatory Quarantine in the U.S. Military: an Ethical Analysis of the DoD ‘Controlled Monitoring’ Policy.” Ethical Challenges for Military Health Care Personnel: Dealing with Epidemics, edited by Daniel Messelken and David Winkler, Routledge.
Manuscripts in Review
“Propaganda and Medicine”
“Internal Professional Morality, Military Medical Ethics & the Problem of Dual Loyalty”
Manuscripts in Preparation
“The Ethics of Health Diplomacy”
“Genetic manipulation and the future of American War Fighters”
“Fertility Preservation in the US Military: Ethical Dilemmas and Considerations”
“Does Female Fertility Preservation in the US Military Present New Challenges and Ethical Dilemmas?”
“The Ethics of 'Winning Hearts and Minds’” (book manuscript based on dissertation research)
2018 “Mercy Killing, Euthanasia and Constrained Choice on the Battlefield.” International Committee of Military Medicine (Military Medical Ethics Series), Bundes Publikation.
2015 “Ethical Issues In Civilian Medical Assistance Programs.” International Committee of Military Medicine (Military Medical Ethics Series), Bundes Publikation. [Electronic Document Available at: https://www.bundespublikationen.admin.ch/cshop_mimes_bbl/2C/2C59E545D7371EE4BCF7B872AE BDE94B.pdf]
2013 “Using Medicine to ‘Win Hearts and Minds’- Medical Civilian Assistance Programs, Propaganda & Psychological Operations in the U.S. Military.” [Electronic Document Available at: http://hdl.handle.net/10362/10758] Lisboa: IHC, CEIS20.
2017 Eagan, Sheena. "They Can't Say No: Ebola & Quarantined Soldiers." Impact
2013 Eagan Chamberlin, Sheena. “The Moral Landscape of Military Medicine: Describing the Problem of Dual Loyalty.” Texas Philosophical, Issue 3. [http://texasphilosophical.com/2013/07/01/issue-three/] Sheena M. Eagan
2010 Brody, H., Hermer, L., Eagan, S., Bennett, A., Avery, E., “Frameworks for Public Health Ethics and their Application to the Statewide Allocation of Resources in Novel H1N1 Influenza: A Report to the Texas Department of State Health Services,” invited paper by the Texas Department of State Health Services.
2009 Brody, H., Hermer, L., Eagan, S., Bennett, A., Avery, E., “State of Texas Pandemic Influenza Readiness and Resource Limitations: Ethical Considerations,” invited research by the Texas Department of State Health Services.