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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.

Publications:

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.