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Parker, new President of the CMA-USA

January 5, 2020 Catholic Medical Association Elects Dr. Michael S. Parker President for Two-Year Term Philadelphia, PA- The Catholic Medical Association is proud to announce that Dr. Michael S. Parker has been elected President of the organization. His two-year term began on January 1, 2020. “Throughout

Dave McCann” Student/Resident Scholarship

This scholarship was hugely inspiring for me. It was incredible to learn from all of the amazing speakers at this conference and to meet other physicians who are kind and open-hearted about living their Catholic faith in their medical practice. If I hadn’t been in

CMA-USA launches conscience app

Doctors who have ethical questions in the midst of treating a patient can check their phones for answers. Catholic physicians who are concerned about the ethical implications of care and treatment decisions now have a new tool to help them, and it will fit right

Her living will become a death warrant

MEDPAGE is a nationwide, on-line, physician information resource. On it, clinical cases are presented to encourage discussion of their bioethical ramifications. Highly regarded thought-leaders weigh in.  In a current scenario, based on a recent real-time incident in the Netherlands, the question arises: Ethics Consult: Euthanize

The 2020 Medical Student and Resident Boot Camp

The 2020 Medical Student and Resident Boot Camp will be held June 14-21, 2020 at The Conference Center at the University of St. Mary of the Lake (Mundelein Seminary), Mundelein, Illinois Thank you to the 2019 Medical Student and Resident attendees. Click to see video

On Crisis Pregnancy Centers

November 25, 2019 Catholic Medical Association Responds to Article on Crisis Pregnancy Centers Philadelphia, PA—The Catholic Medical Association disagrees with information in a recent article published by The Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine and The Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, in which a

CMA-USA applauds HHS Action towards more transparency

November 19, 2019 CMA, Solidarity HealthShare and Christ Medicus Foundation Applaud HHS Action to Create More Transparency in Healthcare Philadelphia, PA—The Catholic Medical Association, together with Solidarity HealthShare and Christ Medicus Foundation are commending the Trump Administration for its push to achieve more transparency in

NCBC – Palliative Sedation While Approaching Death

Father Tad Pacholczyk is the author of a column called Making Sense of Bioethicsthat appears in diocesan newspapers across the country. September 2019: Palliative Sedation While Approaching Death

CMA-USA on Conscience Protection Rule

November 12, 2019 CMA Responds After Two Federal Judges Block Conscience Protection Rule  Philadelphia, PA—The Catholic Medical Association is disappointed to learn two federal judges ruled to block The Department of Health and Human Services’ Conscience Protection Rule. CMA previously expressed its support of HHS’

USA Conference 2020 “Living the Fulfilled Life in Medicine”

San Diego, CA 2020 September  24-26, 2020 Town and Country Hotel

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