A physician, attorney, bioethicist, award-winning author, and Editor in Chief of the bioethics journal  Linacre Quarterly, Barbara Golder brings together her front-line experiences with law and medicine and her Catholic faith. The result is a unique perspective on life lived out as a Christian in an increasingly secular world and a bridge between outlooks that all too often seem incompatible.

The Lady Doc Murders Book

Someone is killing the rich and famous residents of Telluride, Colorado, and the medical investigator, Dr. Jane Wallace, is on a collision course with the murderer. Compelled by profound loss and injustice, Jane will risk…

The Lady Doc Murders Book

What happens to a new love when an old one appears to claim first rights to a man and a marriage? Just as Telluride Medical Examiner Jane Wallace and Irish writer Eoin Conner take their first steps toward romance, Eoin’s…

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Communion and Controversy

Some Bishops seem to be facing a rebellion of sorts because they have decided no communion on the tongue for a while. I think those Bishops made a good (but not the only possible) call. We are in the midst…

Book Review: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup

A review of John Carryou’s book on the Theranos crash and what it means for medicine and ethics.

The Evolution in Practice of Catholic Healthcare Workers: Persistence of Truth in Post-Christian Culture (CPA Honorable Mention for Best Essay)

Emerging issues in bioethics because of new technology and new laws. Published May 1, 2018


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