The Moral Lives of Healthcare Professionals
2017. “After the DNR: Surrogates who persist in requesting cardiopulmonary resuscitation” with Ellen M. Robinson, Angelika Zollfrank, M. Cornelia Cremens, Andrew M. Courtwright. Hastings Center Report.
2017. “What do Non-clergy Spiritual Care Providers Contribute to End of Life Care in Israel? A Qualitative Study” with Michal Pagis and Orly Tal. Journal of Religion and Health. 56(2):614-622.
2015. “Teaching Healthcare Providers How to Provide Spiritual Care: A Pilot Study” with Angelika Zollfrank, Kelly Trevino, Tyler VanderWeele, Michael Balboni, Kathleen Gallivan, George Fitchett, Mary Martha Thiel, and Tracy Balboni. Journal of Palliative Medicine.18(5): 408-14.
2015. “Experience with a Hospital Policy on Not Offering Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation When Believed More Harmful than Beneficial” with Andrew Courtwright, Sharon Brackett, Erik L. Krakauer and Ellen M. Robinson. Journal of Critical Care. 30(1):173-7.
2013. “Strategies of Emotion Management: Not Just On, But Off the Job” with Clare Hammonds. Nursing Inquiry. May 27.
2012. “Reconsidering Detached Concern: The Case of Intensive Care Nurses” with Clare Hammonds. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 55(2):266-282.
2009. “Prayers in the Clinic: How Do Pediatricians and Pediatric Oncologists Respond?” with Elaine Howard Ecklund. Southern Medical Journal 102(12):1218-1221.
2008. “The Spiritual and Religious Identities, Beliefs, and Practices of Academic Pediatricians in the United States” with Elizabeth Catlin, Elaine Howard Ecklund, Elizabeth A. Gage, and Angelika Annette Zollfrank. Academic Medicine. 83(12):1146-1152.
2007. “The Religious and Spiritual Beliefs and Practices of Academic Pediatric Oncologists in the United States” with Elaine Howard Ecklund, Elizabeth A. Gage, and Elizabeth A. Catlin. Journal of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology.29(11):736-742.