Steven Squires, PhD
My areas of interest are Catholic health care, leadership development, ministry formation, applications of the principle of cooperation, pandemic planning, education and competencies (associates, committees, consultants), process improvement and systemic change (especially through proactive or Next Generation mechanisms), and consultation data capture.
I successfully defended my dissertation proposal, titled "Interpreting Material Cooperation as a Function of Moral Development to Guide Ministry Formation" and graduated in May, 2012.
Publications and Presentations
Squires, Steven J. (2009). Trinity Health's Next Generation Model of
Ethics. Ethics-in-Formation, 13(2): 4-5.
Squires, Steven J. (2009). Avoiding Futility as Copout: Addressing
Difficult Conversations. Ethics-in-Formation, 12(3): 8-9.
Squires, Steven J. (2009). Culture Transformation and Ethics in Trinity
Health: One Conversation at a Time. Ethics-in-Formation, 12(3): 5.
Squires, Steven J. (2009). Evaluation and Assessment with Ethics
Committees and Consultation Services. Ethics-in-Formation, 13(3): 1,
Squires, Steven J. (2010). Evaluation and Assessment with Ethics
Committees and Consultation Services, Part II. Ethics-in-Formation,
13(5): 1, 8-11.
Squires, Steven J. (2010). The Complexity of Establishing Ethics
Consultation Standards. Letter to the Editor. Health Care Ethics USA,
Squires, Steven J. (2010). Inside Out: The Value of a New Perspective
When Evaluating and Assessing Ethics Programs. Health Care Ethics USA,
Squires, Steven J. and Lynn Maitland. (2011). Presentation. Communities
Benefit: Alleviating Community Injustices and Inequities with Ethics
Committees. CHA Assembly, Atlanta, June 2011.