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The Journal of the Catholic Medical Association (UK)

Building knowledge. Building faith. Protecting the vulnerable.


Welcome to the Catholic Medical Quarterly (CMQ) website. The CMQ is a medical journal set up to discuss key issues in medicine as they relate to and support doctors nurses and other health care professionals in their practice. It is the journal of the Catholic Medical Association (UK).

Views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the CMQ editor of those of the CMA(UK). The CMQ was originally published in 1947 as the Catholic Medical Gazette.  The purpose of the CMQ is to provide and describe an evidence base that enables understanding of the teaching of Christ and his Church as requested by Pope Paul VI, St Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict and Pope Francis

The Fourth Annual Catholic Medical Association Youth Conference:

Care of the Dying Patient

  • For who? 18-40 year old Catholics in healthcare
  • When? 1:30pm - 6pm Saturday 5th October 2019
  • Where? St Aloysius' Catholic Church, Euston
  • How much? £5 students, £10 waged to be paid on the door
  • Register at: https://codp.eventbrite.co.uk 

Speakers to explore the importance of good quality palliative care and challenges Catholics face in the workplace. 

Registration via eventbrite essential as fully booked conference last year.

Follow us at: Facebook.com/CMAEnglandandWales 

CMQ Comment

Comment on medical ethics, support for doctors and nurses is available via the CMA(UK) website

Submitting articles to the CMQ

  • We welcome articles on all aspects of Catholic Health Care.
  • Articles will be subject to editorial review and may be reviewed by external peer reviewers.
  • Where articles discuss matters of faith, peer review may not be by medical or other Health Practitioners.
  • Articles should generally be between 400 and 1600 words.
  • References should be in the Vancouver Style.
  • Articles should be submitted to the editor electronically.