"When Did You Last See Your Father?"
"When does palliative care begin?" Notes from a seminar
A comment on the Liverpool Care Pathway
A Conversation with Dr Anna Holmes about the Art of Dying
A National Strategy for Palliative Care
Advance Directives: A view from the office of the Health and Disability Commissioner
Aged Health Care and Ethical Business Practice
An Interview with Mary Schumacher
Autonomy and Community Care: Are They Compatible in Aged Care?
Autonomy and dementia: what has been left unthought
Bioethics in the News - Dealing with the Alzheimer's "Tsunami"
Book Review: Five Days at Memorial [SYNOPSIS ONLY]
Bringing Dementia Patients to Life
Catholic Health Australia releases new Advance Care Plan
Charles Moore on Disability and Mental Illness
Child Poverty and Euthanasia: joining the dots
Clinical - Ethical Judgements without "short cuts"
Cultural Issues in End of Life Care
Death as a Penalty: A Moral, Practical, and Theological Discussion [SYNOPSIS ONLY]
Defining New Zealand Palliative Care: A Discussion Document
Dementia, identity and spirituality
Does dying with dignity always mean actively ending life?
Editorial - Aging with Grace: Mercy and Bioethics
Editorial - The Euthanasia Debate: ‘Play the ball and not the man’
Editorial : Faith and Reason - Reflections on a debate...
Editorial Euthanasia: A case of ‘selective listening’?
Editorial: "The old, old story..."
Editorial: Assisted suicide - right to die or duty to die?
Editorial: Compassion - Beyond Constraint
Editorial: Euthanasia "let's at least have a robust debate!"
Editorial: Euthanasia-on-demand and without demand – let’s not kid ourselves
Editorial: Listening to the Culture
Editorial: Opportunities at the End of Life
End-of-Life Care
Euthanasia is so accepted that doctors must now justify prolonging a life
Euthanasia would hurt doctors and society
Euthanasia – the bigger picture
Euthanasia: A Pacific Island (Tokelauan/Samoan/Cook Island) perspective
Finding meaning in serious illness and suffering
Frank Brennan's address on euthanasia
From ageism to elder abuse to euthanasia?
From the Heart - A Physician's Perspective
From the Heart – A Relative's Perspective
Further Considerations in Relation to the Refusal of Nutrition and Hydration
Gilderdale's trial was horrific but necessary to retain a vital principle
Giving and Receiving: An Alternative Framework for Discerning the Good. Revisiting the Question of Physician-Assisted Suicide
Going Too Far
Gospel Perspectives for an Embodied Spirituality of Care
Guest Editorial: The place of elderly persons and our responsibility for care
Guides for people considering their future health care
International Colloquium: Globalization and the Culture of Life : Care of the Frail Elderly and the Dying
Interview with Professor Erny Gillen – Moral Theologian and Bioethicist from Luxembourg
Kate’s Story: “The person inside the person with dementia”
Life is a Gift from God
Making a difference in aged care: a geriatrician speaks
Making a Difference in Challenging Environments
Ordinary Means Extraordinary Means: A Valid Distinction?
Palliative Medication: The Need for Common Sense
Physician Assisted Suicide - Palliative Care
Reflections on Aging
Some Musings on Care for the Elderly in General Practice
Speaking from the bedside: palliative medicine and euthanasia don't mix
Speaking to a Secular Age
Spiritual care at the end of life What is spirituality?
Spirituality, Suffering and Dementia
Statement on Artificial Nutrition and Hydration
Stepping Out Into Aged Care - Acknowledging Possibility
Striking a Balance in Truth Telling
The CDF Statement on Artificial Nutrition and Hydration: What Should We Make of It?
The Experience of Assisted Suicide in The Netherlands and in the State of Oregon in USA: What can we learn?
The Hospice Movement in New Zealand - 25 Years On
The Last Word - The Catholic case for advance directives
The Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient (LCP) in New Zealand
The New Zealand Suicide Prevention Strategy 2006-2016 - A Critique
The rationale behind the euthanasia argument: is there a right to be killed?
The Role of Palliative Care
The Starfish Programme
The Voice of Your Despair
Understanding the Use of Advance Directives in New Zealand
Valuing the elderly and keeping them socially connected [synopsis only]
We need a society which cares, not kills
Why the elderly should fear euthanasia
‘Be careful what you wish for.’ Euthanasia and Rob Jonquiere’s ‘ideal’ society
“Every moment is an opportunity for greatness” (A Heschel)