The Journal of Healthcare Ethics & Administration (JHEA) is an international open-access online journal that reflects the issues on medicine and healthcare administration. The JHEA welcomes original researches, review articles, and case studies, etc. by scholars, medical and law professionals, and healthcare administrators who desire to share knowledge through the dissemination of published works. Each published article in the journal is approved by an international editorial board before publication using a double-blind, peer-review process.
The Journal of Healthcare Ethics & Administration (JHEA) is an international open-access online journal that reflects the issues on medicine and healthcare administration.
The JHEA welcomes original researches, review articles, and case studies, etc. by scholars, medical and law professionals, and healthcare administrators who desire to share knowledge through the dissemination of published works online. Each published article in the journal is approved by an international editorial board before publication using a double-blind, peer-review process.

Marvin J. H. Lee, Ph.D., Editor

Dr. Lee is Bioethics Consultant at the Institute of Clinical Bioethics at Saint Joseph’s University. As a bioethicist, he engages in providing clinical ethics consults, and reviewing and developing hospital ethics policies at area hospitals. Dr. Lee’s teaching and research areas range from metaethics and practical ethics, particularly with a focus on bioethics, to Christian theological ethics, and philosophy of martial arts. And his current research interests are in decision-making methods in clinical context; the defense of his proposed method of “principled casuistry” – his endeavor to modernize and upgrade the medieval casuistry to accommodate contemporary normist challenge and cultural diversity. Lee holds his Ph.D. from Cambridge University; M.Div. Yale University; M.P.S., New York Theological Seminary; B.A. Stony Brook University.

Peter A. Clark, SJ, Ph.D., Associate Editor

Fr. Clark is Director of the Institute of Clinical Bioethics and a Professor of Medical Ethics at Saint Joseph’s University. As an internationally known scholar and clinical bioethicist, he has authored more than 150 journal articles and several books in the field of medical ethics and bioethics, and played an influential role in developing and updating healthcare ethics policies at healthcare organizations and ethics education for medical interns and residents at teaching hospitals. Fr. Clark is a bioethics consultant and a member of ethics committees at many hospitals, including Mercy Health System Hospitals in Philadelphia, PA, and Baltimore, MD; St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia; Catholic Charities of Maryland; Saint Agnes Hospital, Baltimore; Caritas Baby Hospital, Palestine. His educational background includes Ph.D., Loyola University Chicago; M.Div., Weston School of Divinity; M.A., Fordham University; M.S., Duquesne University; B.A. Saint Joseph’s University.

Aloysius Ochasi, D.Be., Associate Editor

Dr. Ochasi is Assistant Director for Academics & Consultations at the Institute of Clinical Bioethics at Saint Joseph’s University. He directs bioethics minor program on campus and directs research projects undertaken by the Institute. Also, Ochasi teaches medical interns/residents and provides bioethics consultations at area hospitals. His academic background is as follows: Doctorate in Bioethics, Loyola University Chicago; M.A., St Joseph’s University; S.T.L., Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit; B.D., Urban University Rome; B.Phil., Urban University Rome; B.A., Imo State University, Nigeria. Dr. Aloysius is currently enrolled in a Ph.D. Program in Organizational Leadership at Eastern University, PA.

Theresa O’Doherty, M.S., Managing Editor

Theresa O’Doherty (Terri) is Assistant Director of Programs & Partnership. She is an essential part of all phases of the Institute’s strategic plans, programs, and research while also managing the daily operations of the office. She directs contract negotiations, pricing and final consultant agreements in conjunction with the consultation services constituency of the Institute. Terri works closely with the Institute’s undergraduate and graduate fellows in relation with the research projects the Institute continues to expand. She holds M.S. in Organization, Development & Leadership and B.S. in Psychology from Saint Joseph's University.

Editorial Board

Nicolas Argy, MD, JD.
Wood College of Advancing Studies
Boston College
Y. Michael Barilan, Ph.D.
School of Medicine
Tel Aviv University, Israel
Megan Brown, RSM, MD
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
Mid-Atlantic Community
Krysta M. Contino, MD
Department of Medicine
Cooper University Health Care
Shawnee M. Danell-Sykes, SSND
Department of Theology
Mount Mary College
Roberto Dell'Oro, Ph.D.
The Bioethics Institute
Loyola Marymount University
Nicholas Kockler, Ph.D.
Center for Health Care Ethics
Providence Health & Services
Cathy Mikus, Esquire
Legal Counsel
Mercy Health System
David Miller, Ph.D.
Center for Clinical Bioethics
Georgetown University
Letty R Piper, Ed.D., MSN, RN.
School of Nursing and Health Sciences
La Salle University
Joseph A. Raho, Ph.D.
UCLA Health System Ethics Center
University of California Los Angeles Health System
Karen Schneider, RSM, MD
Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Johns Hopkins University
Luke Surry, MD
F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine
Uniformed Services University
Patricia A. Talone, RSM, Ph.D.
Mission Services
Catholic Health Association of United States
Aquiline Tarimo, SJ, Ph.D.
Jesuit School of Theology
Santa Clara University
Raymond Ward, Ph.D.
Wolfington Center
Cabrini University

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