Ethical issues and Transitions-in-care planning

Transitions-in-care planning is a daily activity filled with many ethical challenges. These challenges extend from the bedside, to boardrooms and to legislative levels. Transitions-in-care planning has a significant and lasting impact on people in need of care, their families, practitioners and healthcare and raises serious ethical issues.

The aim of this symposium is to make recommendations for structural improvement to the system that will benefit both patients and health care workers, relieving moral distress.

Bob Parke: Transitions-in-care Planning and Moral Distress
Bridget Campion: Transitions-in-care Planning: Some Ethical Considerations
Jane Meadus: The Elderly and Transitions-in-care Planning
Rory Fisher: Concluding Remarks


Previous Events

Cardinal Ambrozic Lecture

Annual Lecture Series

Other Lectures and Discussions


Video featuring CCBI

  • 2013 –  Female Gendercide – Perspectives Weekly – As pro-lifers prepare to March for Life in Ottawa, host Kris Dmytrenko examines the issue with guests Dr. Moira McQueen from the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute, Peter D. Murphy from the Catholic Organization for Life and Family, and Rebecca Richmond from the National Campus Life Network.