Jacqueline C. Harvey, Ph.D., is a bioethicist, public policy scholar, and an Instructor in Political Science at Tarleton State University. Dr. Harvey’s research primarily focuses on end-of-life legislation, particularly state policies that allow the forced removal of life-sustaining medical treatment against patient wishes. Her training includes a Ph.D. in Public Administration and an M.S. in Social Work. Dr. Harvey currently works as a policy analyst and independent evaluator, analyzing the effectiveness of government social welfare grants and human service programs for non-profit organizations. She recently testified in and provided support for key life-issue legal cases pending in the federal courts.