January-February 2003
Volume 84, Number 1

The Catholic Church's social teaching guides the health care ministry toward collaboration, not individualism.

This is the first of six case studies, prepared by CHA's Theology and Ethics Department concerning genetic technology.

Recent decades have brought a host of changes to the health care chaplain's role.

In this, the second of two articles, the author describes the mind-set a physician will need to be a successful executive.

Recent studies show that women and African Americans continue to get care inferior to that of white males.

Health care organizations that are considering a merger must take great care with the cultural factors involved.

A new tool examines mission integration from a historical perspective.

Hospitals can, by adopting group-purchasing practices, do a better job of protecting the natural environment.

Through parish nursing, faith communities are reclaiming their traditional role in healing.