Aperçu des publications récentes 

Kekewich, M., Landry, J.T., Roth, V. (2017). How should health leaders approach morally contentious policy issues? Healthcare Management Forum. https://doi.org/10.1177/0840470417745612 

Landry, J.T., Valiani, S., Foreman, T., and Patel, R. (2016). Development of an Ethics Education Curriculum for Critical Care Trainees in Canada: From Knowledge Synthesis to Bedside Application. International Journal of Ethics Education, 1:1, Pg. 57-68.

Landry, J.T., Foreman, T.C., and Kekewich, M. (2015). Ethical Considerations in the Regulation of Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Death in Canada. Health Policy.  119, Pg. 1490-1498.

Landry, J.T., Foreman, T.C., and Kekewich, M. (2015). Reconsidering the Ethical Permissibility of the use of Unregistered Interventions against Ebola Virus Disease. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 24:3, 366-369.

Foreman, T.C., Kekewich, M.A., Landry, J.T., and Curran, D. (2015). Impact of Palliative Care Consultations on Resource Utilization in Final 48-72 Hours of Life at an Acute Care Hospital in Ontario, Canada. Journal of Palliative Care, 31:2, 69-75.

Foreman, T.C, Curran, D., Landry, J.T., and Kekewich, M.A.. (2014). Documentation of Capacity and Identification of Substitute Decision-Makers in Ontario. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 23, 334-40. Taken as representative article of Canadian health care context.