January-February 2002
Volume 83, Number 1

A science that violates the established order of reality could prove to be disastrous for the earth and its inhabitants.

Protestant thinking on biotechnology seeks a balance between freedom and responsibility.

The Jewish perspective differs in some ways from the Catholic and Protestant ones.

Our American love of gadgetry often blinds us to its hidden costs.

Social science is beginning to reveal differences between the Catholic health ministry and other forms of care.

Physicians and hospital leaders must finally come together in a genuine partnership.

A Chippewa Falls hospital launches an initiative to turn employees into "servant leaders."

The growth of investor-owned specialty services shows that similar opportunities exist for not-for-profit organizations.