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CHA is pleased to offer Health Care Ethics USA, a quarterly resource published by the Center for Health Care Ethics at Saint Louis University and CHA. This publication is an ethics vehicle for the Catholic health ministry. In it, ethicists and those responsible for ethics in their organizations will share ideas, ethical analyses and reflections, leading practices, policies, tools, case studies, literature reviews and bibliographies, and other important resources.

Winter 2015

Volume 23, Number 1

Feature Article

Bioethics Questions and Controversies

By Pamela Schaeffer, Ph.D.

'Tolerance' as a Moral Concept for Catholic Health Care Ministry in a Pluralistic World

By Joseph J. Piccione, JD

Of Note - Winter 2015

Of Interest - Winter 2015

From the Field

Prophylactic Salpingectomy to Reduce the Risk of Cancer: Ethical Considerations

By Rev. Gerald D. Coleman, S.S., Ph.D., S.T.L., Rachelle Barina, Ph.D., Emily K. Trancik, Ph.D., Cherie Sammis, Becket Gremmels, Ph.D., and Erica Laethem, Be.L., Ph.D.

Ethicists in Catholic Health Care: Taking Another Look

By Ron Hamel, Ph.D.

Ethical Currents

Ethical Currents - Winter 2015

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Health Care Ethics USA is a valuable resource for:

  • Ethicists and those charged with ethics responsibilities in their organizations Members of ethics committees
  • Mission leaders
  • Pastoral care personnel
  • Clinical leaders
  • And many others in the ministry

Health Care Ethics USA is published quarterly and distributed electronically. The Adobe PDF format is meant to offer the same convenience and cost-savings of other electronic formats while allowing readers to print high-quality copies of the newsletter. Health Care Ethics USA is delivered via email to subscribers each quarter. There is no fee for this publication.