"When Did You Last See Your Father?"
"When does palliative care begin?" Notes from a seminar
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"
Charles Moore on Disability and Mental Illness
Clinical - Ethical Judgements without "short cuts"
Cultural Issues in End of Life Care
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: Listening to the Culture
Editorial: Opportunities at the End of Life
End-of-Life Care
Euthanasia would hurt doctors and society
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
Life is a Gift from God
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
We need a society which cares, not kills
Why the elderly should fear euthanasia
“Every moment is an opportunity for greatness” (A Heschel)