Sample of Recent Journal Publications 

Kekewich, M., Landry, J.T., Roth, V. (2017). How should health leaders approach morally contentious policy issues? Healthcare Management Forum. 

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.