sets out a Catholic understanding of the ethical principles relevant to the evaluation of end-of-life care.This is available here.
Professor Jones says that
It explains the concerns that generated the call, by Archbishop Peter Smith, Chair of the Department for Citizenship and Responsibility, for an inquiry into the implementation of the Pathway and identifies empirical questions that need to be answered in order to address these concerns. - Catholic NewsAs Professor Jones says, his Review Submission is prepared in an individual capacity and, therefore, it is rather grandiose of him to
a) claim to set out a Catholic understanding of the ethical principles pertaining to EoLC when,
b) that does not admit of his bias in favour of EoLC Pathways in general and of the LCP in particular which
c) also admit of unproven medical and scientific assumptions that it is possible to diagnose dying.