A World Cleansed of Imperfections?
AIDS and Condoms: an Ongoing Debate
Book Review - Health Cheque: The Truth we should all know about New Zealand's Public Health System
Carrying the Weight of Ourselves: Compassion and the Divine Art of Kindness
Compassion as a moral duty
Compassion Fatigue in Nursing
Compassion Fatigue: an institutional issue
Coronary Artery Calcification Scanning : Ethical Issues of a New Diagnostic Test
Developments in Embryo Research
Dignity and Dying at Much Older Ages
Dignity Wrapped in a Scarf of Gold: A Physician’s Reflection
Editorial : Remembering Rosa
Editorial: Compassion Fatigue
Editorial: Ethics and Trust
Editorial: HIV-AIDS in Oceania
Editorial: Organ donation - An Enduring Gift
Ethically compromised vaccines and Catholic teaching
Ethically Compromised Vaccines in New Zealand
Ethics Committees – guardians of research participants’ rights or expediters of clinical research?
Eugenics in New Zealand
Eugenics wasn’t always a dirty word
Eugenics, past and future
Forward: In the Healthy Company of Tradition
Getting Tired of Me Getting Tired of You?
HIV-AIDS: Understanding the Power of Stigma
Hope and Despair: the Funding of Herceptin
Human Tissue (Organ Donation) Amendment Bill - July 2006
Kidney Transplantation: A New Zealand Perspective
Letter from a Kidney Donor
Making a Life-Saving Difference: Organ Donation and Consent
Medicalising Normal Human Experience: The Example of Hormone Replacement Therapy
My Experience of Renal Failure and its Treatment
Organ and Tissue Transplantation and the Catholic Moral Tradition: A Case Study in the Evolution of Moral Teaching
Organ Donation and Catholic Teaching: A Summary
Re-imagining Our Mortal Stuff: Finding Dignity Amongst the Matter of You (And Me)
Rosa's Story
Some Facts about AIDS
Stem cell research
Stem Cell Research in New Zealand
Stem Cells: The Ethical Debate
Submission on PHARMAC Decision Making Criteria
Sustaining Compassion
The Church's Response to HIV-AIDS in Oceania - Reflections on Three Workshops
The Gardasil Vaccine – Is it Safe and Effective?
The Troubling Persistence of Eugenicist Thought
Vital Strategies for a Global AIDS Response: Pope John XXIII's Pillars of Peace
What ‘Artificial Intelligence’ can teach us about humanity
“When we walk to the edge of all the light …”