Preserving integrity in partnerships directives requires an objective moral analysis of cooperative arrangements.
Evaluating partnerships among health care providers in light of recent observations by the Holy See.
The "Principle of Cooperation" provides the necessary ethical guidelines for evaluating partnerships.
This principle of cooperation can guide collaboration with other-than-Catholic partners.
An Increasingly Lay Leadership in Catholic Health Care Must Remember Its Responsibilities to the Church
Health, in the Judeo-Christian tradition, is understood holistically and connected to the state of one's relationship to God.
What qualities does a doctor need to be an effective organizational leader?
Developing a "culture of safety" should be a top priority of Catholic health care providers.
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