Ohio enacts health care conscience protections

Ohio enacts health care conscience protections

CNA—Ohio state law now includes conscience protections for medical professionals, after Governor Mike DeWine (R) signed a state budget bill into law on June 30. “Governor DeWine should be commended for his commitment to dignified health care. His clear understanding that health care professionals must have the right to freedom of conscience is vital to…

IS THE VACCINE MORAL?

IS THE VACCINE MORAL?

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have seen time and again just how much the so-called “experts” don’t know. There have been ongoing disagreements among medical researchers and the public health community with their ever-changing predictions. The experts say… For the first few months, we were told to stay home, avoid beaches and…

Catholic Medical Association Issues Support of the Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act

Catholic Medical Association Issues Support of the Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act

While members of Catholic Business Journal staff may have a modified view of this matter based on certain experiences and realities, we feel it is important to highlight and share what faithful Catholic, pro-life physicians advocate. Please add your comments to the matter below. —editor. The Catholic Medical Association, along with the U.S. Conference of…

Catholic Medical Association Applauds HHS’s First Step Cancelling Contract for Medical Research Using Aborted Babies, However, Nearly $100 Million For Similar Experiments Remain

Catholic Medical Association Applauds HHS’s First Step Cancelling Contract for Medical Research Using Aborted Babies, However, Nearly $100 Million For Similar Experiments Remain

PHILADELPHIA, PA  – The Catholic Medical Association (CMA) along with the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG), applauds the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) first step in cancelling a contract for medical research using aborted babies, however nearly $100 million for similar experiments remain. The CMA joined AAPLOG and dozens of other medical…

Catholic Medical Association’s 87th Annual Educational Conference Begins Tomorrow and Will Focus on Restoring Compassionate Patient Care in a Technocratic Age

Catholic Medical Association’s 87th Annual Educational Conference Begins Tomorrow and Will Focus on Restoring Compassionate Patient Care in a Technocratic Age

Topics to include: End of Life/Palliative Care, Cannabis/Opioid Abuse, Abortion Pill Reversal, Combating Physician Burnout PHILADELPHIA, PA September 19, 2018 – The Catholic Medical Association’s Annual Educational Conference will provide strategies for today’s Catholic medical professionals on how to best balance modern issues of technocracy versus providing compassionate Christ-like care to patients. The conference, “Restoring Healthcare in A Technocratic Age,” will…