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Decision-Making in Catholic Health Care Ethics

Dr. Gerard Magill

The complex process of decision-making continues to elicit interest from the perspective of patient decision-making and ethics committees with regard to dilemma circumstances. This ongoing project is undertaken from both secular and religious perspectives.


Gerard Magill, "Morality and Cooperation with Wrongdoing when Voting," book chapter on Morality and Voting, ed. Nicholas Cafardi, Paulist Press, 2012, 135-175.

Gerard Magill & Brian Devlin, "The Process of Ethical Decision Making," in, Scott, Wendy E. Current Ethical Thinking in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care. Special issue of journal, Best Practice & Research, Clinical Anaesthesiology. Vol. 20:4 (2006): 1-14.

Gerard Magill, "Transforming Culture. Catholic Health Care in the United States," in, M. Allsopp, ed., Ethics, Scranton University Press, 1999, 175-202.