Mark Bratton is a journalist based in Coventry, United Kingdom. He is a parish priest and academic (Associate Fellow in Medical Ethics and Law at the University of Warwick Medical School). He has contributed to local and national media, e.g. writing for Church Times, Birmingham Post, MSN news and Euronews, talking head on radio and television on matters of medical ethics and law and contemporary religion.
A brief reflection on the tragic case of Charlie Gard - a baby with a rare genetic disorder and the focus of a court battle between his parents and doctors over whether to allow him to die with dignity.
Link to an episode of Beyond Belief on Radio 4 to which I contributed on the subject of religious and secular approaches to Organ Donation.