Gary Goldsand


Gary Goldsand, MA, is a  Clinical Ethicist and an Assistant Clinical Professor in the  Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry  and the John  Dossetor Health Ethics Centre.

Gary received the 2015-2016 Sub-Specialty Teacher of the Year Award in Internal Medicine for the University of Alberta Hospital site. He currently practices health ethics in Regina, for the Saskatchewan Health Authority, and teaches clinical ethics and communications to residents in Internal Medicine, in a 2 week intensive course, offered five times annually. 

Selected Publications

Goldsand, G. (2018). Pursuing reflective equilibrium when hospital patient smoke. Healthcare Management Forum, 32(1), 44-46.

Goldsand, G., Rosenberg, Z.R.S. & Gordon, M. (April 2004). Jewish Bioethics. SGI Quarterly.

Goldsand, G. (2002). The Elusiveness of Ethics Expertise. In Touch, 5(1).

Goldsand, G., Rosenberg, Z.R.S. & Gordon, M. (2001). Bioethics for clinicians: 22. Jewish Bioethics. Canadian Medical Association Journal,164(2), 219-222.

Weijer, C., Goldsand, G. & Emanuel, E.J. (1999). Protecting communities in research: current guidelines and limits of extrapolation. Nature Genetics, 23, 275-280.