Paul Byrne, MB, ChB, FRCPC, is Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Grey Nuns Community Hospital; Neonatologist, Northern Alberta Neonatal Intensive Care Program; and Clinical Professor,
Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta. Paul's work in NICU consists of administrative leadership, clinical service and teaching residents, nurses and medical students. Paul is involved in research projects on ethical decision making in perinatal medicine. In addition, he is an expert consultant for the health ethics consultation services at University of Alberta and Stollery Children's Hospitals and the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute. He also teaches health ethics to a wide variety of health care professionals and lay groups.
Dr. Paul Byrne is the recipient of the Canadian Medical Association - 2015 CMA Dr. William Marsden Award in Medical Ethics.
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Austin, W., Goble, E., Leier, B., & Byrne, P. (2009). Compassion fatigue: The experience of nurses. Ethics and Social Welfare, 3(2), 195–214.
Warren, S., Griener, G., Stewart, E. & Byrne, P. (2006). Case studies in research ethics: DVD series. University of Alberta Press, Edmonton.