John Hardt, PhD | Loyola Medicine

John Hardt, PhD

Medical Education

Associate Professor

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Clinical Expertise



Medical Education

Medical School
  • University of Chicago - Ethics

Board Certification


  • Characteristics of Medical Students Planning to Work in Medically Underserved Settings Gatell, V. I.; Nguyen, T.; Anderson, E. E.; McCarthy, M. P.; Hardt, J. J., Journal of health care for the poor and underserved
  • Physician know thyself: the role of reflection in bioethics and professionalism education, Wasson, K.; Bading, E.; Hardt, J.; Hatchett, L.; Kuczewski, M. G.; McCarthy, M.; Michelfelder, A.; Parsi, K., Narrative inquiry in bioethics
  • Birth Plan Hardt, J. J., America Magazine
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  • Church teaching and my father's choice. Hardt, J. J., America Magazine
  • Some thoughts on conscience in the delivery of Catholic health care. Hardt, J. J., Health Care Ethics USA
  • The conscience debate: resources for rapprochement from the problem's perceived source. Hardt, J. J., Theoretical Medicine & Bioethics
  • Nutrition and hydration. The CDF response in perspective., Hardt, J. J.; O'Rourke, K. D., Health Progress
  • The necessity of conscience and the unspoken ends of medicine Hardt, J. J., American Journal of Bioethics

Research Interests
Professional ethics, end-of-life care in the Catholic tradition, neonatal ethics, physician conscience in the clinical encounter, spirituality and physician formation.