Education and Professional Experience


Professional Experience | Professional Memberships | Board Certification | Honors and Awards | Teaching Activities
Commitee Service | Medical School Commitees | Reviewer | University Commitees | Other Related Activities | Published Work

EDUCATION

1949 – 1953 B.A. Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
1953 – 1957 M.D. Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts

Postgraduate Training:
1957 – 1958 Intern in Pathology, Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts
1958 – 1959 Intern in Medicine, Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, New York
1959 – 1961 Clinical Associate, Human Genetics Section,Clinical Investigations Branch,National Institute of Dental Research,National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
1961 – 1962 Honorary Research Assistant (Postdoctoral Fellow, National Heart Institute) University College of London and Kings College, London, England
1962 – 1964 Resident in Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California

Military Status:
1959 – 1961 Lieutenant, United States Public Health Services, Bethesda, Maryland

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Faculty Positions Held:
1964 – 1966 Instructor, Department of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California
1966 – 1970 Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California
1970 – 1975 Associate Professor, Departments of Community Medicine and Medicine Director, Division of Primary Medical Care, University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, La Jolla, California
1975 – 1976 Honorary Fellow, University of London, Bedford College, Social Research Unit, London, England
1976 – 1981 Associate Professor, Department of Community Medicine, Division of Family Medicine, University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, La Jolla, California
1981 – 1982 Professor, Department of Community/Family Medicine, Division of Family Medicine, University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, La Jolla, California
1982 – 1983 Visiting Scholar, The Hastings Institute of Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences, Visiting Professor, Department of Social Medicine, Montefiore Hospital and Albert Einstein Medical School, New York, New York
1983 – 1991 Professor, Department of Community/Family Medicine, Division of Health Care Sciences, University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, La Jolla, California
1988 – 1998 Ethics Consultant, Children’s Hospital, San Diego, CA
1989 – (Jan-July) Visiting Professor, University of Washington, School of Medicine, Department of Medical History & Ethics, Seattle, Washington
1991 – 2006 Professor, Department of Family & Preventive Medicine and Department of Medicine, University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, La Jolla, California
1992 – (Apr – June) Visiting Scholar, University of Minnesota, Center for Biomedical Ethics, Minneapolis, Minnesota
1994 – (Sept – Dec) Visiting Scholar, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts
1997 – (Jan – June) Visiting Professor, Joint UCSF/UCB Medical Program, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
2004 – (April – July) Visiting Professor, Central Clinical School of Medicine, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
2006 – present Professor Emeritus, Department of Family Medicine and Public Health; Professor Emeritus, Department of Medicine, University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, La Jolla, CA
2006 – (April – July) Visiting Professor, Centre d’Ethique, Assistance Publique Hopitaux de Paris, Paris, France
2006 – 2012 Visiting Scholar, Program in Medicine and Human Values, California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, CA

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BOARD CERTIFICATION:

Internal Medicine – October 1965/Recertified October 1974
Family Practice – December 1973/Recertified July 1979
LICENSES: California, 1962
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PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS


American College of Physicians, Fellow
American Medical Association
Authors Guild (1972 – present)
Dramatists Guild (1982 – present)
Literature & Medicine, Contributing Editor (1982 – 1994)
Physicians for a National Health Plan
Society for Health & Human Values (Western Chairman, 1987)
American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics
American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (-2017)
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics – Editorial Board (1995-2010)
UCSD Center for Ethics in Science and Technology, Leadership Council
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HONORS AND AWARDS


Bank of America Giannini Foundation Fellow, 1966 – 1967
Drama-Logue Award for Distinguished Playwriting, 1981
Goodman Family Foundation Visiting Professor: Santa Monica Medical Center, April 24-25, 1986.
Visiting Professor: Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, March 10-11, 1994.
Reverend Edward J. Drummond Lecturer in Health Care Ethics. St. Louis University Health Sciences Center, March 17, 1995
Edward A. Gall Lectureship, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, February 16, 1996.
Visiting Professor and Flora Barlotta Lecturer, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Newark, NJ, May 12, 1999.
Visiting Bioethicist. St. Francis International Center for Healthcare Ethics, Hawaii, November 30-December 3, 2000.
American Men and Women of Science
Who’s Who in the West
American Poets and Writers
Thomas A. Pitts Memorial Lectureship, Charleston, SC, September 13-14, 2002.
Visting Professor. Montefiore Medical Center, New York, November 21, 2000.
Frederick Womble Speas Symposium Lecturer, Davidson College, March 25-26, 2004.
Pellegrino Medal in Medical Ethics, April 25, 2007.
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TEACHING ACTIVITIES


New Courses Instituted: Department of Community/Family Medicine, UCSD
Primary Medical Care Clerkship 1970
Illness and the Family 1975
Family Medicine Clerkship 1976
Advanced Family Medicine Clerkship 1977
Family Medicine Research Workshops 1977
Health and Aging 1979
Humanities and Medicine 1977
(With Department of History, UCSD
and Department of Philosophy,
San Diego State University)
Preventive Medicine 1981 – 1985
Introduction to Clinical Medicine: 1985 – present
The Good Doctor: The Literature of Anton Chekhov & others 1985 – 2008
Courses Taught: Department of Community/Family Medicine, UCSD
Introduction to Clinical Medicine 1970 – 2008
Genetic Counseling 1970 – 1974
Epidemiology 1970 – 1975
Observations in Community Medicine 1970 – 1975
Illness and the Family 1974 – 1982
Introduction to Health Care Systems 1976
Medical Ethics 1972 – present
Pathology, Microbiology, Epidemiology 1977
Health and Aging 1979 – 1982
Anthropology of Medicine 1978 – 1982
Biomedical Writing 1980 – 1982
Attending Physician, UCSD Medical Center 1970 – 2008
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COMMITTEE SERVICE

Community Organizations:

San Diego Bioethics Group, Founding Member
San Diego Medical Legal Society, Board of Directors
Hastings Center’s Western Network Steering Committee (1986)
Ethics Consultant to Joint Committee on Bioethics, Legal and Medical Issues,
San Diego Bar Association and San Diego County Medical Society (1988 )
Bioethics Committee, Children’s Hospital, San Diego (1988 – 1998 (Ethics Consultant); 2010-2016)
Medical Ethics Consultant to Institutional Review Board, C.D.C. Minority or OtherCommunity-Based HIV Prevention Projects, San Diego Council of Community Clinics (1989)
Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Care at the End of Life (August 1, 1993 – January 30, 1994)
External Psychopharmacology Oversight Committee, VA Hospital, San Diego (1995)

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Medical School Committees:

Committee on University Extension, Consultant
Faculty Clinical Facility Committee (1972 – 1973)
Faculty Compensation Fund Committee (1972 – 1973)
Recruitment and Admissions Committee (1970 – 1974)
Primary Physician Training Program Committee (1970 – 1975)
Subcommittee of Committee on Educational Policy (1974)
Ambulatory Care Committee (1973 – 1975)
Thesis Committee Chairman, Family Medicine Concentration Area (1976 – 1982)
Clinical Teaching Support Committee (1976 – 1978)
Committee on Organization and Structure of the Department of
Community Medicine (1976 – 1982)
Planning Committee on Symposium on Inpatient Care and Symposium on
Non-Emergent Outpatient Care sponsored by the Office of
Continuing Education in the Health Sciences (1979)
Medical Staff Bylaws Committee (1981)
Medical Ethics Committee (1981 – 1986 and 2004 – present) Founding Co-Chairman
Graduate Medical Education Committee Residency Review Committee in Nuclear Medicine (1984)
Medical Staff Committee on Physician Well-Being (1985 – 1987)
Department of Psychiatry Geriatric Psychiatry Ethics Committee (1994 – 2008)
Clinical Practices & Pharmacotherapeutic Standardization Committee (1996)
Participating Member, UCSD Cancer Center
Critical Care Committee (2001-2004)
Chair, Faculty Committee, Ledden Lunch series (2011 -2014 )
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University Committees:

Tutorial Graduate Degree Program (1978 – 1983)
Undergraduate Medical Education Program Planning Committee (1979 – 1983)
Faculty Advisory Board for Academic Internship Program (1981 – 1985)
Ad Hoc Committee on University Indemnification Policy (1988 – 1989)
Ad Hoc Committee to Develop Guidelines for Interacting with the
Pharmaceutical Industry (1988-1989)
Bookstore Advisory Committee – Chair (1994 -1999)
Academic Senate – CEP Subcommittee to Review the Health Care and Social Issues Undergraduate Program (1996)
Biomedical Library Advisory Committee (1999)
Department of Family and Preventive Medicine Space Committee- Chair (2002)
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REVIEWER


ACP Journal Club
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research
American Journal of Bioethics
American Journal of Medicine
Annals of Internal Medicine
Archives of Internal Medicine Chest
Critical Care Medicine
Hastings Center Report
Health Psychology
Health Services Developmental Grants Review Subcommittee
Johns Hopkins University Press
Journal of the American Medical Association
Journal of Clinical Ethics
Journal of Critical Illness
Journal of Emergency Medicine
Journal of Family Practice
Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics
Journal of Medical Ethics
Literature and Medicine
New England Journal of Medicine
Nicotine & Tobacco Research
Oxford University Press
Psychosomatic Medicine
Social Science and Medicine
Western Journal of Medicine
National Institutes of Health
National Science Foundation
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OTHER RELATED ACTIVITIES (since 1975)


Developed student Concentration Area in Primary Medical Care, and Family Medicine Residency Program at UCSD. Helped organize community health centers
(Linda Vista Health Care Center and North County Health Project). Presented many lectures to lay audiences and appeared on local radio and television
discussing health-related issues.
Invited Speaker: Arnold D. Beckman Conference, American Association for Clinical Chemistry: “The Relationship of the Laboratory to the Physician,” Baltimore,
Maryland, September 1977.
Invited Participant: Bioethics Group Conference, Santa Cruz, California, August 1978.
Invited Panel Speaker: Death, Dying and Decision Making: An International Perspective. “Caring for the Dying: Advocacy or Paternalism,” San Francisco, California, November 1978.
Invited Speaker: Institute of Continued Learning, UCSD: “The Ethics of Health Care, La Jolla, California, October 1979.
Invited Speaker: University of Texas School of Medicine: “Health: Context and Metaphor,” San Antonio, Texas, February 1980.
Invited Speaker: UCLA School of Medicine: “Literature and Medicine,” Los Angeles, California, May 1981.
Participant: Society for Health and Human Values: “Humanities and Human Values
Teaching in Primary Care Residency Training,” Arlington, Virginia, June 10-13, 1981.
Invited Speaker: Gesundheitstag: “Preventive Health Care: The U.S. Experience,” Hamburg, Germany, October, 1981.
Lecture: Montefiore Hospital Bioethics Series: “Should Literature Matter to Medicine,” New York, New York, March 4, 1983.
Lecture: Human Values in Medicine Series, University of Rochester Medical Center: “The Doctor as Author,” Rochester, New York, March 22, 1983.
Seminar Leader: Society for Health & Human Values Northeast Regional Conference: “The Healer’s Art,” Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 22-23, 1983.
Invited Speaker: Health Systems Agency Public Forum: “Ethics of Liver Transplantation,” San Diego, California, September 14, 1983.
Invited Speaker: Rees-Stealy Clinic: “Medical Ethics,” San Diego, California, October 14, 1983.
Invited Speaker: Collegium Aescularium: “An Approach to Medical Ethics,” San Diego, California, January 21, 1984.
Invited Speaker: Physician-Writers: Can One Serve Apollo Two Ways at Once? University of Connecticut: “The Magic Lie.” University of Connecticut, Farmington, Connecticut, April 27, 1984.
Member: Scientific Review Committee, North American Primary Care Research Group, 12th Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, May 2-5, 1984.
Invited Speaker: Human Values in Medicine Program, Northeast Ohio College of Medicine: “Literature and Medicine.” Rootstown, Ohio, May 18, 1984.
Invited Speaker: Current Concepts in Cancer: Prevention, Early Detection and Treatment: “Terminating Treatment and the Living Will.” Coronado, California, May 20, 1984.
Invited Speaker: Saratoga Club: “Medical Ethics.” San Diego, California, June 13, 1984.
Invited Speaker: San Diego Academy of Family Physicians: “Medical Ethics in Clinical Practice.” Coronado, California, June 15, 1984.
Invited Speaker: Physicians for Social Responsibility: “Medical Aspects of Nuclear War.” San Diego, California, June 27, 1984.
Invited Speaker: Pomerado Hospital Medical Staff: “Current Problems in Medical Ethics.” Poway, California, February 22, 1985.
Invited Speaker: Jewish Reconstructionist Havurah of San Diego: “Medical Ethics.” San Diego, California, March 22, 1985.
Invited Speaker: San Diego Memorial Society: “Death Education.” San Diego, California, March 31, 1985.
Invited Speaker: Symposium: Aspects of Medical Genetics, UCSD: “Social and Ethical Aspects.” San Diego, California, April 9, 1985.
Invited Speaker: Association of Western Hospitals: “Biomedical Ethics Recent Trends.” Los Angeles, California, April 22, 1985.
Invited Speaker: Mercy Hospital and Medical Center: “Advance Directives in Ethical Patient Care.” San Diego, California, May 23, 1985.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Hospital: “Medical Ethics and Durable Power of Attorney.” San Diego, California, June 19, 1985.
Invited Speaker: North American Transplant Coordinators Organization: “Ethics of Organ Transplantation.” Coronado, California, July 25, 1985.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Hospital: “Make Today Count.” Medical Ethics. San Diego, California, September 26, 1985.
Invited Speaker: KFMB Radio Station: “Durable Power of Attorney.” San Diego, California, October 1, 1985.
Invited Participant: Columbia University Seminars: Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 20-22, 1985. (PBS Public Television)
Invited Speaker: Palomar College: “Medical Aspect of Nuclear War.” San Diego, California, November 8, 1985.
Panelist: San Diego Medical Legal Society Symposium: “Medical Ethics.” San Diego, California, November 15, 1985.
Invited Speaker: Rees-Stealy Medical Group: “Medical Ethics.” San Diego, California, November 22, 1985.
Invited Speaker: University of South Florida, Division of the Study of Human Values in Medicine and the Department of Communication: “Narrative in Fiction.” St. Petersburg, Florida, February 12, 1986.
Workshop: Family Medicine Continuing Medical Education: “Medical Ethics.” Palm Springs, California, March 12, 1986.
Playwright-in-Residence: Arizona Theatre Co., Tucson, Arizona, March 24-30, 1986.
Symposium Moderator: Society for Health & Human Values: “Symbols & Metaphor: Interpreting Our Experience of the AIDS Crisis.” San Francisco, California, April 11, 1986.
Guest Lecturer: San Diego State University: “Medical Ethics for Medical Administrators.” San Diego, California, April 22, 1986.
Goodman Family Foundation Visiting Professor: Santa Monica Medical Center: Preventive Health Care–Medicine’s Orphan; Ethical Dilemmas for the Family Physician; How Literature Can Improve Our Understanding of Patients.” Santa Monica, California, April 24-25, 1986.
Coordinator and Speaker: University of California, San Diego: “Medical Miracles: Views from the Humanities.” La Jolla, California, May 10, 1986.
Speaker: Washington Academy of Family Physicians Scientific Assembly Program: “Preventive Health Care.” Tacoma, Washington, May 16, 1986.
Invited Reader: University of Illinois Medical School, Chicago, Illinois, May 21, 1986.
Invited Speaker: Society for Health & Human Values: “Advance Directives, Informed Consent, and Cost Containment: Is There a Relationship?” Chicago, Illinois, May 22 1986.
Invited Speaker: Edward Hines Jr. Veterans Administration Hospital: “When Patients Can’t Speak for Themselves.” Hines, Illinois, May 23, 1986.
Invited Speaker: Northern Inyo Hospital: “Update–Medical Ethics.” Bishop, California, August 21, 1986.
Invited Speaker: ACLU Right to Die Conference: “Advice to Patients and Doctors in the Event of Patient Incompetence.” San Diego, California, October 16, 1986.
Speaker and Panelist: San Diego Medical Legal Society Symposium: “Treatment of Damaged Newborns.” USD Law School, San Diego, California, October 16, 1986.
Seminar Leader in Literature and Medicine: University of New Mexico, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, November 20-23, 1986.
Invited Speaker: California Health Decisions: “Must We Ration Health Care?” San Diego, California, October 11, 1986.
Invited Speaker: Topics of Internal Medicine Postgraduate Course: “Ethical Crisis in Medicine: Right to Die, Ordinary and Extraordinary Means of Prolonging Life.” San Diego, California, February 26, 1987.
Invited Speaker: San Diego Chapter of the American Society for Health Education and Training (ASHET): “Ethical Issues in Health Care, Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Decides.” San Diego, California, March 13, 1987.
Invited Speaker: Tifereth Israel Synagogue: “Modern Medical Ethics.” San Diego, California, March 15, 1987.
Guest: Health Watch, KFMB: “Current Issues in Medical Ethics.” San Diego, California, April 7, 1987.
Guest Lecturer: San Diego State University: “Medical Ethics for Health Care Administrators.” San Diego, California, April 28, 1987.
Invited Speaker: Tri-City Medical Center: “Issues Surrounding Living Wills and the Durable Power of Attorney.” Oceanside, California, May 30, 1987.
Invited Speaker: 6th Annual Occupational and Environmental Medicine Symposium: “Ethical Issues in Testing Workers: What Physicians Must Know.” Sacramento, California, June 12, 1987.
Invited Speaker: San Diego Society for Sex Therapy and Education: “Ethical/Legal Aspects of Human Sexuality.” San Diego, California, June 23, 1987.
Speaker and Panelist: San Diego Bioethics Group – San Diego Medical-Legal Society Symposium: “Long Term Care: When is Enough Enough?” UCSD Medical School, San Diego, California, October 14, 1987.
Convenor and Speaker: Society for Health and Human Values: Medicine and the Comic Muse. Arlington, Virginia, November 7, 1987.
Seminar Leader in Literature and Medicine: University of New Mexico, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, November 13-15, 1987.
Speaker and Panelist: University of California San Diego, School of Medicine: “Do We Need the Humane and Dignified Death Act?” San Diego, California, January 13, 1988.
Speaker and Panelist: University of San Diego, School of Medicine: “Physicians Discuss the Humane and Dignified Death Act Initiative.” San Diego, California, March 30, 1988.
Faculty Leader and Speaker: Humanities and Medicine Institute, Hiram College: “The Physician/Writer.” Hiram, Ohio, August 7-13, 1988.
Invited Speaker: Loyola University Hospital: “Withdrawing Mechanical Ventilation”. San Diego, California, November 14, 1988.
Invited Speaker: Hines V.A. Hospital: “Withdrawing Mechanical Ventilation.” San Diego, California, November 14, 1988.
Invited Participant: University of Washington: “Conference on the History of Medical Ethics.” Seattle, Washington, May 7-8, 1989.
Invited Speaker: The California Medical Association’s Western Scientific Assembly: “Ethics of Terminal Care.” Anaheim, California, March 3-8, 1989.
Invited Speaker: University of London: “Influence of Advance Directives on Health Care Utilization.” The Second International Conference on Health Law and Ethics. London, England, July 16-21, 1989.
Invited Participant: University of Washington School of Medicine: “17th Annual Advances in Family Practice.” Seattle, Washington, September 9-13, 1989.
Interview: KFMB TV Channel 8: “Ramification of the Court Decision in Tennessee Frozen Embryo Case.” San Diego, California, September 21, 1989.
Invited Speaker: Sharp Memorial Hospital: “Ethical Dilemmas in Discontinuance of Life Support.” San Diego, California, November 3, 1989.
Invited Speaker: California Academy of Family Physicians: “Ethics in Terminal Care.” San Francisco, California, February 17, 1990.
Invited Speaker: Paradise Valley Hospital: “Medical Ethics.” San Diego, California, March 1, 1990.
Visiting Professor: Ohio State University: “Medical Ethics.” Columbus, Ohio, March 21-25, 1990.
Visiting Speaker: University of California, San Francisco, Merced Family Medicine: “Medical Ethics Decision-Making: One Step at a Time.” Merced, California, April 12-15,1990.
Invited Speaker: Stanford University Medical Center: “Medical Futility: Its Meaning and Ethical Implications.” Stanford, California, May 17, 1990.
Invited Participant: University of Minnesota Clinicians Advisory Group Meeting: “Humane Care of the Dying Patient.” Minneapolis, Minnesota, September 6-7, 1990.
Invited Speaker: Loma Linda University: “Setting Limits Versus Enhancing Autonomy: Can We Do Both?” Loma Linda, California, September 8-9, 1990.
Invited Speaker: Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital: “Medical Futility.” Hines, Illinois, October 19, 1990.
Invited Speaker: Sharp Memorial Hospital: “Ethical Issues in Critical Care Decision-Making.” San Diego, California, October 29, 1990.
Seminar Leader in Literature and Medicine: University of New Mexico, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, November 1-4, 1990.
Invited Speaker: California Thoracic Society Annual Scientific Conference: “Discoveries in Lung Research: Effect of Advanced Directives on Health Care.” Palm Springs, California, November 10, 1990.
Invited Speaker: San Diego Emergency Physicians Society: “Ethical Decision Making in Emergency Medicine.” San Diego, California, January 10, 1991.
Invited Speaker: Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, Clinical Hematology and Oncology 1991 Conference: “Medical Ethics: The ‘DNR’ Order.” San Diego, California, February 20, 1991.
Invited Speaker: Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, Dimensions of Caring 1991 Symposium: “Ethical Decision-Making in the Care of Cancer Patients.” San Diego, California, February 28-March 1, 1991.
Invited Speaker: Merritt Hospital: “Decision Making at the End of Life: Withdrawal of Care, Futile Care and Euthanasia.” Oakland, California, April 11, 1991.
Invited Speaker: University of California, San Diego, Whitehill Colloquium in Biomedical Ethics: “Nancy Cruzan and Helga Wanglie: Puzzles on the Right To Die.” San Diego, California, May 7, 1991.
Faculty Presenter: Society for Critical Care Medicine 20th Educational and Scientific Symposium: “Advocacy in Critical Care Medicine.” Washington, DC, May 24, 1991.
Faculty Speaker: Daughters of Charity Workshop, Appropriateness of Care and Resource Utilization: “Medical Futility.” Nashville, Tennessee, October 4, 1991.
Invited Speaker: Williamson Institute for Health Studies Ninth Annual Conference on Ethics and Health Care: “Effects of Advance Directives on Medical Care.” Richmond, Virginia, October 18, 1991.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Hospital: “Medical Futility: A Panel Discussion.” Los Angeles, California, November 19, 1991.
Invited Speaker: Children’s Hospital: “Judging Futility: A Dialogue.” San Diego, California, November 20, 1991.
Invited Speaker: UCSD & VAMC Noon Conferences: “Ethical Dilemmas in Medical Practice,” San Diego, CA, November 25 & 26, 1991.
Invited Speaker: HSR&D Scientific Review & Evaluation Board: “How Do We Decide When Medical Care is Futile?” La Jolla, California, January 13, 1992.
Invited Speaker: University of California San Diego Medical Center: “Ethical Issues Concerning the Hospitalized Elderly Patient.” San Diego, California, January 22, 1992.
Visiting Professor: University of Pittsburgh Lectures: “Ancient Myth and Modern Medicine: What Can We Learn From Baucis and Philemon.” “Effect of Advance Directives on Medical Care.” “Is It Futile To Try To Define Futility?” Pittsburgh, PA, February 5-7, 1992.
Invited Speaker: VA Hospital: “Demanding & Refusing Treatment: Ethical Issues.” San Diego, California, February 26, 1992.
Invited Speaker: Society of General Internal Medicine: “Advance Directives in Clinical Practice: Risks and Benefits.” Washington, D.C., April 30, 1992.
Invited Speaker: Riverside Medical Center: “Medical Futility in Practice.” Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 13, 1992.
Invited Speaker: Fairview Southdale Hospital Medical Staff Educational Conference: “The Right to Die: Past, Present and Future,” “Assisted Suicide: Legal and Moral Implications.” Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 13-14, 1992.
Invited Speaker: Seattle Bioethics Committee VAMC: “Defining Futility in Medical Care.” Seattle, WA, May 20, 1992.
Invited Speaker: National Association of Neonatal Nurses Conference: Advanced Practice Clinical Update: “Ethical Issues in Neonatal Decision-Making.” San Diego, CA, May 29-31, 1992.
Visiting Speaker: University of Minnesota Medical Center: “Is It Futile To Try To Define Futility?” Minneapolis, MN, June 10, 1992.
Invited Speaker: Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Medical Grand Rounds: “Futility in Practice.” Minneapolis, MN, June 10, 1992.
Invited Speaker: Unity & Mercy Hospitals, Medical Staff Meeting: “Futility in Practice.” Fridley, MN, June 16, 1992.
Invited Speaker: University of Washington Medical Center, Department of Neurological Surgery Grand Rounds Lecture: “Medical Futility,” Seattle, WA, September 23, 1992.
Invited Speaker: University of California, San Diego, Division of General Internal Medicine: “Advance Directives: Ethics and Implications.” San Diego, CA, September 30, 1992.
Invited Speaker: Twelfth Annual Scripps Memorial Hospitals Cancer Symposium for Nurses: “Ethical Decision-Making in the Care of Cancer Patients.” San Diego, CA, October 26-28, 1992.
Lecture: San Diego State University, Graduate School of Public Health: “Medical Ethics for Hospital Administrators.” San Diego, CA, October 28, 1992.
Invited Speaker: VA Hospital, Geropsychiatry Seminar: “Ethical Issues in the Elderly.” San Diego, CA, October 28, 1992.
Invited Speaker: Hastings Center: “Medical Futility.” Briarcliffe, NY, November 5, 1992.
Invited Speaker: University of California, San Diego-San Diego State University General Preventive Medicine Residency Program: “Medical Ethics.” San Diego, CA, November 13, 1992.
Invited Speaker: Sharp Memorial Hospital, Geriatric Update 1992: “Bioethical Issues/The Living Will.” San Diego, CA, November 17, 1992.
Invited Speaker: University of Minnesota, The Center for Biomedical Ethics: “Managing Mortality: Ethics, Euthanasia, and the Termination of Medical Treatment.” Minneapolis, MN, December 3-5, 1992.
Invited Speaker: Pacific Center for Health Policy and Ethics, University of Southern California, Law Center: Choices and Conversations: The PSDA’s First Year: “Futility in Practice.” Los Angeles, CA, January 8-9, 1993.
Invited Speaker: University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Institute for the Medical Humanities: “Empathy and the Literary Imagination.” Galveston, TX, March 9, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Department of the Air Force, Department of General Internal Medicine, Medical Rounds: “What is Futile? (Exploring the Limits of Meaning in Health Care).” Lackland, TX, March 12, 1993.
Invited Speaker:The American Geriatrics Society, 1993 Congress of Clinical Societies: “The Futility Debate: Effective vs. Beneficial Intervention.” New York City, NY, March 24-25, 1993.
Invited Speaker:University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Decisions at the End of Life: Is Care Ever Futile?: “Is Care Ever Futile?” and “The Ethics of Euthanasia.” Albuquerque, NM, March 26-27, 1993.
Invited Speaker: University of California, San Diego Treatment Center: “Ethics and AIDS.” San Diego, CA, April 2, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Loma Linda University Medical Center, Medical Ethics Grand Rounds: “Medical Futility: Re-examining the Goals of Medicine.” Loma Linda, CA, April 14, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Children’s Hospital, Ethics Grand Rounds: “Ethical and Legal Issues in Pediatrics.” San Diego, CA, April 16, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Sam and Rose Stein Institute for Research on Aging: “Ethics and the New Medicine.” San Diego, CA, April 19, 1993.
Invited Speaker: El Camino Hospital: “The Medical Futility Debate.” Mountain View, CA, April 27, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Montefiore Hospital, Division of Bioethics: “The Ethics of Medical Futility.” New York City, NY, May 4, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Children’s Hospital, Seventh Regional Conference of Pediatric Oncology Nursing: “Ethics in Pediatric Oncology.” Los Angeles, CA, May 20-21, 1993.
Invited Speaker: University of California San Diego-VA Hospital, Hematology/Oncology Seminar: “The Effects of Advance Directives on Medical Treatments and Costs.” San Diego, CA, May 26, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Little Company of Mary Hospital: “Is It Futile to Define Medical Futility.” Torrance, CA, May 27, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group, Inc.: “Medical Ethics.” San Diego, CA, June 8, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser-Permanente, Interdepartmental Conference: “Is Treatment Ever Futile?” San Diego, CA, June 9, 1993.
Invited Speaker: University of California San Diego, Department of Psychiatry- VA Hospital: “Ethical Dilemmas in Treating the Elderly.” San Diego, CA, July 28, 1993
Invited Speaker: VA Hospital Ethics Committee: “Advance Directives.” San Diego, CA, July 29, 1993.
Invited Speaker: VA Hospital Ethics Committee: “Ethical Approaches to Withdrawing Life-Sustaining Treatment.” San Diego, CA, August 25, 1993.
Invited Participant: Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences: “Committee on Care at the End of Life.” Washington, D.C. September 14-15, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Children’s Hospital, Ninth Annual Conference, The Fetus & Newborn: “Ethical Decision-Making in Neonatology.” San Diego, CA, October 6-8, 1993.
Invited Speaker: The American Academy of Family Physicians, 45th Annual AAFP Scientific Assembly: “Medical Futility: Who Should Decide?” Orlando, FL, October 7-10, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Santa Monica Hospital Medical Center, Medical Care, Money and Morality Conference: “What is the Best Definition of ‘Futile Care’ and ‘Marginal Care” and How Can We (Should We) Control It?” Santa Monica, CA, October 16, 1993.
Invited Speaker: The Sam and Rose Stein Institute for Research on Aging: “Medical Futility: Who Should Decide?” La Jolla, CA, October 20, 1993.
Invited Speaker: National Society for Patient Representation and Consumer Affairs, 22nd Annual Conference: “Ethics of Euthanasia.” San Diego, CA, October 26, 1993.
Invited Speaker: The Sam and Rose Stein Institute for Research on Aging, Annual Community Board of Directors Meeting: “Medical Futility: Who Should Decide?” San Diego, CA, October 28, 1993.
Invited Participant: The Aspen Institute: “Medicine and Society Seminar.” Queenstown, MD, November 4-7, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Science Ethics & Public Policy: A Dialogue on “Futile” Care, “What is Futile Care? Defining the Goals of Medicine.” Long Beach, CA, November 13, 1993.
Invited Speaker: Occupational Therapy Association of California, VA Hospital: “Ethics in Medicine.” San Diego, CA, January 11, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Ohio State University Affiliated Hospitals, Medical Futility Conference: “Medical Futility and DNR Policy.” Columbus, OH, January 17-19, 1994.
Invited Speaker: International Business Forum, Second Annual Business Insurance Winter Health Care Management & Cost Containment Conference: “Debating the Coverage of Experimental Treatment.” San Diego, CA, January 21, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Paradise Valley Hospital, General Medical Staff Meeting: “Medical Futility: Its Meaning and Ethical Implications.” National City, CA, March 3, 1994
Visiting Professor: Medical College of Pennsylvania, Department of Medicine Grand Rounds and the Delaware Valley Ethics Committee Network: “Medical Futility and Health Care Rationing.” Philadelphia, PA, March 10-11, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Permanente, Bioethics Committee Workshop: “Medical Futility: Who Decides.” San Diego, CA, March 15, 1994.
Invited Speaker: West Virginia University School of Medicine, Joint Council of State Neurosurgical Societies Seminar, Decisions at the Beginning and End of Life: “History, Systems, Use of Bioethics.” San Diego, CA, April 8-9, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Emergency Medical Group of Santa Barbara, Bioethics Resource Committee and Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital: “Medical Futility: Who Should Decide.”
Santa Barbara, CA, May 5-6, 1994.
Invited Speaker: AAHCP Annual Meeting, Home Care: Solving Problems in a Rapidly Changing World: “The Non-Compliant Patient and the Dying Patient: Ethical Problems in Home Care Practice.” Los Angeles, CA, May 19, 1994.
Invited Speaker: First World Congress, Medicine & Philosophy: “Medical Futility and Quality of Life: Ethical Implications.” Paris, France, May 30-June 4, 1994.
Invited Speaker: The Permanente Medical Group, Ethics Committee Chairs Quarterly Meeting: “Futile Treatment: What is it? Who decides?” Oakland, CA, June 10, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, Internal Medicine Grand Rounds: La Jolla, CA, June 24, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Pacific Physician Services: “Futile Treatment: What is it? Who Decides?” Ontario, CA, July 19, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Permanente, Pediatric Department: “Persistent Vegetative State and The Pediatric Patient.” San Diego, CA, September 14, 1994.
Invited Speaker: California Medical Review, Inc.: “Advance Directives Study Group.” San Francisco, CA, September 20, 1994.
Invited Participant: California Medical Association, Committee on Bioethical Issues, San Francisco, CA, September 21, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Veterans Medical Center: “Perspectives on Medical Futility: Current Concepts for Hospital Ethics Committees & Health Care Providers.” Salt Lake City, UT, September 23, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Society for Bioethics Consultation, 8th Annual Meeting “Futility: Policies and Cases.” Pittsburgh, PA, October 6, 1994.
Invited Speaker: The Park Ridge Center for the Study of Health, Faith and Ethics, Perspectives on Medical Futility Conference, “Medical Futility: Is It a Futile Concept?” and Mercy Hospital Grand Rounds, Department of Medicine, “Medical Futility: Where Are We Now? Chicago, IL, November 3-4, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Permanente, 3rd Annual TPMG Ethics Symposium: “Medical Futility.” Oakland, CA, November 5, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Boston City Hospital, Medical Grand Rounds: “Medical Futility: What Is It and Who Decides”? Boston, MA, November 17, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Children’s Hospital, Department of Medical Affairs: “Medical Futility: What is it? Who Decides?” Boston, MA, November 29, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Permanente, 1994 Elder Care Symposium Palliative Care: “Determining Futility of Medical Treatment.” Huntington Beach, CA, December 3, 1994.
Invited Speaker: Enloe Hospital, Bioethics Symposium, “Medical Futility: Who Decides.” Chico, CA, January 18, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Children’s Hospital, Center for Child Protection, The San Diego Conference on Responding to Child Maltreatment: “Ethical Decision-Making in Severely Injured Children.” San Diego, CA, January 24, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Children’s Hospital, Bioethics Committee, Clinical Issues in Bioethics: “End of Life Decisions: Patient Care.” San Diego, CA, February 15, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Scripps Memorial Hospital, Medical Staff Conference: “Ethics and Medical Futility.” Chula Vista, CA, February 21, 1995.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Department of Psychiatry, Breakthroughs in Psychiatry and the Law: “Is Euthanasia Dangerous to Society.” San Diego, CA, February 24, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Loma Linda University School of Medicine, 63rd Annual Postgraduate Convention: “Medical Futility: What Is It? Who Decides? Loma Linda, CA, March 3, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Charleston Area Medical Center, Medical Futility: An Ethics Conference: “Institutional Policies and The Determination of Medical Futility.” Charleston, W.VA, March 9, 1995.
Invited Speaker: St. Louis University Health Sciences Center, Tenth Annual Reverend Edward J. Drummond Lecture in Health Care Ethics: “Beyond Futility to an Ethic of Care.” St. Louis, MO, March 17, 1995.
Invited Speaker: University of Florida, College of Medicine, 26th Annual Topics in Internal Medicine: “Medical Futility: Who Should Decide?” Gainesville, FL, March 23-25, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Seattle Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Northwest Ethics Center for Veterans Health Care: “Medical Futility: Is Consensus Emerging?” Seattle, WA, March 30, 1995.
Invited Consultant: Critical Care Nursing Systems, CCNS Study Advisory Group: Seattle, WA, March 30-31, 1995.
Invited Speaker: University of California, San Diego, Department of Neurosciences: “Medical Futility: What is It? Who Decides?” San Diego, CA, April 7, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Children’s Hospital, Pediatric Grand Rounds: “Turning from Life-Prolonging Treatments to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions.” San Diego, CA, May 26, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Permanente, “Managed Care Systems: Emerging Health Issues from an Ethics Perspective.” Panorama City, CA, June 9, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Seventh Annual Bioethics Summer Retreat, “Is the Futility Debate Futile? Winthrop, WA, June 14-18, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Children’s Hospital, Continuing Medical Education Conference, “Ethics Forum – Case Presentation,” San Diego, CA, July 15, 1995.
Invited Speaker: University of California, San Diego, Summer Research Institute in Geriatic Psychiatry, “Ethical Issues Related to Elderly Subjects,” San Diego, CA, July 24, 1995.
Invited Speaker: American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Healthcare Ethics Forum’95, “Advance Directives,” San Francisco, CA, September 10, 1995.
Invited Presenter: MedEdNet Satellite Network, International Satellite Teleconference “Medical Ethics: Futility and Clinical Decision,” Houston, TX, September 13, 1995.
Invited Speaker: University of Illinois at Chicago, “Evaluating Case Consultation in Clinical Ethics,” Chicago, IL, September 21-22, 1995.
Invited Speaker: University of California, San Diego, West Coast Geriatric Psychiatry Conference, “The Geropsychiatrist’s Guide to Right and Wrong: Ethical Issues,” San Diego, CA, Sepember 28-October 1, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Scripps Memorial Hospital, Medical Staff Services, Grand Rounds, “Medical Futility: What Is It? Who Decides?” Encinitas, CA, October 9, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Mercy Hospital, Medical Grand Rounds, “Medical Futility: What Is It? Who Decides?” San Diego, CA, October 10, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Veterans Medical Center and UCSD, Department of Medicine, Medical Grand Rounds, “Turning From Life Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions,” San Diego, CA, November 1, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Southern California Association of Neonatal Nurses, 2nd Annual Conference, “Ethics Case Studies,” San Diego, CA, November 3, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Permanente Medical Group, PediEthics Symposium, “End of Life: Changing Gears from Cure to Care,” San Diego, CA, November 4, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Villa View Community Hospital, Continuing Medical Education Conference, “Medical Futility: Who Should Decide,” San Diego, CA, November 9, 1995.
Invited Speaker: University of Toronto and Toronto Hospital, Telemedicine Canada, “Is Treatment Ever Futile?” San Diego, CA, November 15, 1995.
Invited Speaker: Alvarado Hospital Medical Center, Pediatric Department, “Medical Futility: What Is It? Who Decides?” San Diego, CA, November 27, 1995.
Invited Speaker: University of California, San Diego, Division of Trauma, UCSDMC, “Medical Futility,” San Diego, CA, November 28, 1995.
Invited Participant: UCSD School of Medicine, “Educating Physicians for the 21st Century,” San Diego, CA, January 13, 1996.
Invited Speaker: UCSDMC, Medical Ethics Conference, “Ethics Consultations,” San Diego, CA, January 23, 1996.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Academic Geriatric Resource Center, Aging Issues in Medicine (A.I.M.), “End-of-Life Directives: Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, and other matters,” La Jolla, CA, January 29, 1996.
Invited Speaker: Bookstar, “The Ethics of Caring,” La Jolla, CA, January 30, 1996.
Invited Speaker: KPBS Public Radio, “These Days” with Dan Irwin, “Medical Futility,” San Diego, CA, January 30, 1996.
Invited Speaker: Hoag Memorial Hospital, “Medical Futility,” Newport Beach, CA, February 2, 1996.
Invited Speaker: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Edward A. Gall Lectureship Committee, “Beyond Medical Futility to an Ethic of Care,” Cincinnati, OH, February 16, 1996.
Invited Speaker: VA Medical Center, Medical Management Conference, “Medical Futility,” San Diego, CA, February 23, 1996.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Home Care Physician Lecture Series, “Ethical Issues: The End of Life,” San Diego, CA, March 28, 1996.
Invited Speaker: VA Medical Center, Pulmonary Grand Rounds Conference, “Advance Care Planning in Chronic Pulmonary Disease,” San Diego, CA, April 4, 1996.
Invited Speaker: University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine Continuing Education, 4th International Conference on Geriatric Nephrology and Urology, “When Treatment Becomes Futile,” Toronto, Canada, April 21, 1996.
Invited Speaker: VA Medical Center, Medical Management Conference, “Ethics of Euthanasia,” San Diego, CA, April 26, 1996.
Invited Speaker: Orange County Bioethics Network, “Defining Futile Care,” Orange, CA, May 15, 1996.
Invited Speaker: UCSD University Extension, Advanced English Language Program, “Medical Ethics Today,” La Jolla, CA, May 21, 1996.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Faculty Lunch Seminar, “Doctors’ Dilemmas: Medical Ethics Today,” La Jolla, CA, May 23, 1996.
Invited Speaker: Federal Judicial Center, Health Care and The Legal System, “Medical Futility and the Prospect of Litigation,” Manalapan, FL, June 23-26, 1996.
Invited Speaker: Montefiore Staff and Alumni Association, “Ethical Issues in Medicine,” Tuscany, Italy, August 24-31, 1996.
Invited Speaker: Seminar for Emergency and Critical Care Nursing, “Withdrawal of Life Support,” San Diego, CA, October 7, 1996.
Invited Speaker: Canadian Bioethics Society, Deciding for Others: Power, Politics and Ethics, “The Medical Futility Debate,” Montreal, Canada, October 17-20, 1996.
Invited Speaker: Colorado Springs Osteopathic Foundation and Family Medicine Center, Setting Medical Goals: What Should Our Priorities Be? “Medical Futility,” Colorado Springs, CO, October 31, 1996.
Invited Speaker: Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and Medical Center, Grand Rounds Lecture, “Futile Treatment,” Fountain Valley, CA, November 8, 1996.
Invited Speaker: American Association of Bioethics, Bioethics ’96: Comparative Perspectives, ” Plenary: Access, Entitlement, and Experimental Treatment,” San Francisco, CA, November 20-22, 1996.
Invited Speaker: Palomar Medical Center, Continuing Medical Education Conference, “Medical Futility,” December 5, 1996.
Invited Presenter: Telemedicine Canada, Ethical Problems in Clinical Practice, “Is Treatment Ever Futile?” Berkeley, CA, February 19, 1997.
Invited Speaker: San Francisco Medical Society, Bay Area Network of Ethics Committees, “Medical Futility: What Should the Health Professions Do?” San Francisco, CA, March 5, 1997.
Invited Speaker: San Diego County Joint Law Office Training, Juvenile Justice Bar Association, Child Advocacy Division, “Withdrawal of Life Support: Ethical Issues,” San Diego, CA, March 20-21, 1997.
Invited Speaker: University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Law School, “Ethics and the Law,” Berkeley, CA, April 9, 1997.
Invited Speaker: University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health, “Ethical Decision-Making,” Berkeley, CA, April 11, 1997.
Invited Speaker: University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health, “Research in Ethics of End-of-Life Treatment,” Berkeley, CA, April 16, 1997.
Invited Speaker: University of California, Berkeley, Annual Cal Day, “Ethics and the Law,” Berkeley, CA, April 19, 1997.
Invited Speaker: Alta Bates Medical Center, Grand Rounds, “Medical Futility Revisited,” Berkeley, CA, April 22, 1997.
Invited Speaker: Santa Clara County Medical Society, Ethics Grand Rounds, “Futility,” Santa Clara, CA, April 30, 1997.
Invited Consultant: Alta Bates Medical Center Ethics Retreat, “How to Deal with Ethical Dilemmas,” Berkeley, CA, May 17, 1997.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser-Permanente, “Ethics,” Walnut Creek, CA, June 12, 1997.
Invited Speaker: California Pacific Medical Center, “Medical Futility,” San Francisco, CA, August 8, 1997.
Invited Speaker: Medical Board of California, Alternative Medicine Colloquium, “Medical Ethics of Alternative Medicine,” La Jolla, CA, August 23, 1997.
Invited Speaker: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Bioethics Series Lecture, “Medical Futility: What Is It? Who Decides?” Los Angeles, CA, September 17, 1997.
Invited Participant: San Francisco Medical Society “Confronting Medical Futility – BANEC Project 1997,” San Francisco, CA, September 29, 1997.
Invited Speaker: Alvarado Hospital Medical Center, “Medical Futility: What Is It? Who Decides?” San Diego, CA, October 14, 1997.
Invited Speaker: American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants, “Ethics and Managed Care,” San Diego, CA, October 14, 1997.
Invited Speaker: San Diego Independent Scholars, “What Can We Do? What Should We Do? Medical Ethics Today,” San Diego, CA, October 15, 1997.
Invited Participant: American College of Cardiology, Ethics in Cardiovascular Medicine,
“Clinical Research in a Molecular Era and the Need to Expand its Ethical Imperatives,” Bethesda, MD, October 23-24, 1997.
Invited Speaker: California Foundation for Medical Care, “Through a Distorted Lens: Medical Ethics and Managed Care,” Honolulu, HI, October 30, 1997.
Invited Speaker: Whitehill Colloquium in Biomedical Ethics, “Ethical Issues in Managed Care: Through a Distorted Lens,” San Diego, CA, November 14, 1997.
Invited Speaker: Health Care and the Legal System Seminar presented by the Federal Judicial Center, “Medical Futility and the Prospect of Litigation,” Palm Springs, CA, November 20, 1997.
Invited Speaker: Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, “Legal & Ethical Guidelines of Surrogacy: Do Family Members Measure Up?” Coronado, CA, November 21, 1997.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Permanente Bioethics Committee, End of Life Care–Ethical Issues, “Turning from Life-Prolonging Treatments to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions,” Los Angeles, CA, December 17, 1997.
Invited Speaker: Fallbrook Hospital, “The Advanced Directive and Patient Rights,” Fallbrook, CA, January 15, 1998.
Invited Presenter: West Coast Geriatric Psychiatry Conference, “Ethical Issues: What Should We Do About Grandma?” San Diego, CA, February 21, 1998.
Invited Speaker: Health Care and the Legal System Seminar presented by the Federal Judicial Center, “Medical Futility and the Prospect of Litigation,” Atlanta, GA, March 10, 1998.
Invited Speaker: California State Polytechnic University, Institute for Ethics and Public Policy, “Medical Futility: What Is It? Who Decides?” Pomona, CA, April 30, 1998.
Keynote Speaker: HealthInsight, Economics of End-of-Life Care, “Improving Care at the End of Life,” Las Vegas, NV, May 1, 1998.
Invited Speaker: Bioethics Grand Rounds, Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Clinical Assembly, “Medical Futility,” Camp Pendleton, CA, July 10, 1998.
Invited Speaker: University of California, San Diego, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Law and Ethics in Psychiatry, “Clinical Ethics,” San Diego, CA, July 21, 1998.
Invited Speaker: Presbyterian Healthcare Services, 1998 Ethics Seminar, “Futile Care: Issues in a Medical Community,” Albuquerque, NM, August 8, 1998.
Invited Speaker: UC Davis Robert B. Pierce, Sr., MD Memorial Lecture. “Medical Futility, Physician Integrity and Compassionate Care: Can We Resuscitate the Hippocratic Corpse?’ Davis, CA, September 17, 1998.
Invited Speaker: Society of Clinical Research Associates (SOCRA) 7th Annual Conference, Clinical Research Focus on the New Millennium, “Ethics in Clinical Research – What Are the Issues Today?” San Diego, CA, September 19, 1998.
Keynote Speaker: GRUIC Conference at Lawrence University, “Medical Futility, Physician Integrity and Compassionate Care: Can We Resuscitate the Hippocratic Corpse?” Appleton, WI, October 9, 1998.
Invited Speaker: Seton Hall University, School of Law for the Health Law and Policy Program, “The Ethics of Alternative Medicine,” Newark, NJ, November 2, 1998.
Invited Speaker: Seton Hall University, Meeting for the Bioethical Issues Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, “The Ethics of Alternative Medicine,” Newark, NJ, November 2, 1998.
Invited Speaker: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Pediatrics Housestaff Retreat, “Medical Ethics,” Malibu, CA, November 4-5, 1998.
Keynote Speaker: 3rd Annual Neuro-Trauma Conference, “Ethical Decision-Making in Critically Ill Patients,” University of California, San Diego Medical Center, San Diego, CA, November 12, 1998.
Invited Speaker: California Conference on Physician Assisted Dying, “Turning from Life-Prolonging Treatments to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions,” San Francisco, CA, November 13, 1998.
Invited Speaker: American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH), “Ethics of Alternative Medicine,” Houston, TX, November 18-22, 1998.
Invited Speaker: Grand Rounds Scripps Memorial Hospital, “Medical Futility,” La Jolla, CA, December 8, 1998.
Invited Speaker: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Health Care Ethics Conference, “Medical Futility and Physician Integrity,” Los Angeles, CA, January 20, 1999.
Invited Speaker: 24th Annual Topics and Advances in Internal Medicine, “Medical Ethics at the End of Life,” San Diego, CA February 22, 1999.
Invited Speaker: Grand Rounds New York Presbyterian Hospital, “Medical Futility and Physician Integrity: Can We Resuscitate the Hippocratic Corpse?” New York, NY, February 25, 1999.
Invited Speaker: Center for Bioethics, “Medical Futility and Physician Integrity: Can We Resuscitate the Hippocratic Corpse?” Philadelphia, PA, February 26, 1999.
Invited Speaker: CSICOP and SRAM Conference on Science Meets Alternative Medicine, “The Ethics of Alternative Medicine,” Philadelphia, PA, February 28, 1999.
Invited Speaker: UCSD School of Medicine Faculty Distinguished Lecture Series, “Research in Medical Ethics: Asking Timely and Timeless Questions,” San Diego, CA, April 8, 1999.
Invited Speaker: Florida Chapter American College of Cardiology, “Futility” and “Advanced Medical Directives,” Tampa, FL, April 24, 1999.
Visiting Professor: Flora Barlotta Lecture, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, “Medical Futility and Physician Integrity: Can We Resuscitate the Hippocratic Corpus?” Livingston, NJ, May 12, 1999.
Invited Speaker: Grand Rounds University of California, Irvine, “Futility,” Irvine, CA, June 3, 1999.
Invited Speaker: Bioethics Grand Rounds, Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Clinical Assembly, “Ethical Issues in Managed Care,” Camp Pendleton, CA, June 11, 1999.
Invited Panelist: Congregation Beth Israel, “Jewish Views on Medical Ethics,” San Diego, CA, June 15, 1999.
Invited Speaker: KPBS Radio, “Ethical Issues of Medical Errors,” San Diego, CA, July 9, 1999.
TV Interview: UCSD-TV Health Matters, Current developments in Medicine and Ethics. La Jolla, CA, August 10, 1999
Invited Speaker: Paradise Valley Hospital, “How can Hospital Futility Policies Help Establish Standards of Care?” National City, CA, September 2, 1999.
Invited Panelist: BIOCOM, “The Science and Bioethics of Stem Cell Research: What is all the Hullabaloo?.” La Jolla, CA, September 15, 1999.
Invited Panelist: AGRP Panel on Pain Management for Elderly, Oakland, CA, October 5-6, 1999.
Invited Speaker: Scripps Memorial Hospital Grand Rounds, “Turning from Life-Sustaining Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Action,” La Jolla, CA, October 12, 1999.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Medical Center & San Diego County Medical Society, San Diego Area Medical Ethics Consultation Training Seminar; CME Course/Ethics Consulations, SanDiego, CA, October 19, 1999.
Invited Speaker: Scripps Clinic Symposium, The Changing World of International Product Development, “Ethics of Clinical Research,” La Jolla, CA, October 28, 1999.
Invited Lecturer: UCSD Resident Core Lecture Series. “Turning From Life-Prolonging Treatments to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions,” San Diego, CA, November 4, 1999.
Invited Speaker: North American Primary Care Research Group, Fireside Chats, San Diego, CA, November 8, 1999.
Invited Speaker: Fresno-Madera Medical Society, The Father Sergio Negro Community Ethics Forum, “Medical Futility: Its Meaning & Ethical Implications.” Fresno, CA, November 10, 1999.
Invited Panelist: AGRP Panel on Pain Management for Elderly, Oakland, CA, January 11-12, 2000.
Invited Speaker: UCLA School of Medicine & Department of Philosophy Symposium on Medical Futility, Los Angeles, CA, January 18, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Center for Health Care Ethics, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center CME Course, “Should a Criminal Receive a Heart Transplant? – Medical Justice vs. Societal Justice.” Los Angeles, CA, January 19, 2000.
Invited Speaker: El Camino Hospital Ethics Forum, “Who Decides? Medical and Ethical Options at the End of Life.”, Palo Alto, CA, January 29, 2000.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Faculty Dinner Seminar, “Medical Ethics and Health Reform.” San Diego, CA, February 8, 2000.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Topics and Advances in Internal Medicine, 25th Annual Postgraduate Course, “Ethical Issues Posed by Euthanasia/Assisted Suicide.” La Jolla, CA, February 14, 2000.
Invited Speaker: UCSD-SDSU General Preventive Medicine Residency Program, “Medical Ethics”, San Diego, CA, February 18, 2000.
Invited Discussant: UCSD Biomedical Ethics Seminar. “Alternative Medicine or Alternatives to Medicine,” San Diego, CA, February 23, 2000.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Biomedical Ethics Seminar, “The Ethics of Alternative Medicine.” San Diego, CA, February 29, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Life Sharing Community Organ Donation (OTAC) Conference, Update 2000 Bridges to the Future, “Ethical Issues in Organ Donation.” San Diego, CA, March 2, 2000.
Invited Speaker: UNOS Region 5 Meeting, “Ethical Issues in Organ Transplantation:Medical Justice vs. Societal Justice, Los Angeles, March 16, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Grand Rounds Emory University, “Ethical Decision-Making in Critically Ill Patients,” Atlanta, March 28, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Grand Rounds Grossmont Hospital, “Futile Treatment and Importance of Patient Autonomy.” La Mesa, April 14, 2000.
Invited Panelist: West Coast Geriatric Psychiatry Conference, “Bioethics in Psychiatric Research.” La Jolla, April 15, 2000.
Invited Panelist: American Academy of Neurology, “Rationing Medical Care.” San Diego, May 1, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Permanente Bioethics Committee Seminar, “Medical Futility.” San Diego, May 2, 2000.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Geriatric Medicine Seminar Series, “What Should We Do About Grandma.” San Diego, May 3, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Townsend Center for Humanities, “Seeing the Difference.” Berkeley, June 1-2, 2000.
Invited Speaker: St. Vincent Medical Center, “Should a Criminal Receive a Heart Transplant? – Medical Justice vs. Societal Justice.” Los Angeles, June 28, 2000.
Invited Discussant: UCSD Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds. “The Lynchburg Story,” San Diego, CA, August 24, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Scripps Clinic-Developing Research Ethics for Responsible Conduct in Research Lecture Series. “ Ethical Decision-Making in Science and Research.” San Diego, September 6, 2000.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Family Medicine Grand Rounds. “Ethics in Alternative Medicine,” San Diego, CA September 13, 2000.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Pulmonary Grand Rounds. “Impact of Ethics Consultations in the ICU,” San Diego, CA, September 14, 2000.
Invited Speaker: International Association of Bioethics Fifth World Congress of Bioethics. “Impact of Ethics Consultations on Patients, Families, Healthcare Providers, and on Length of Stay and Treatments in the ICU: A Randomized, Controlled Trial.” London, England, September 21, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Meriter Hospital Ethics Conference, “Medical Futility – When, if Ever, Is It Okay to Deny Treatment.” Wisconsin, October 5, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Friendly Ethics Group, “Healthcare Reform, What’s Next?” La Jolla, October 15, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Paradise Valley Hospital Bioethics Committee, National City, CA, October 23, 2000.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Science Studies Colloquium Program, “The Medical Futility Debate.” San Diego, October 23, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Del Mar Foundation, Pearls of Wisdom Lecture Series, “Health Care – What’s Next?” Del Mar, November 2, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Scripps Memorial Hospital Grand Rounds, “The Ethics of Healthcare Reform.” La Jolla, November 14, 2000.
Visiting Professor: Montefiore Medical Center, “Clinical Ethics.” New York, November 21, 2000.
Visiting Bioethicist: St. Francis International Center for Healthcare Ethics, “Medical Futility: Law, Ethics and Hospital Policy.” Hawaii, November 30-December 3, 2000.
Invited Speaker: Geriatric Psychiatry Group, “Advance Directives.” San Diego VA Hospital, January 3, 2001.
Discussant: Institute of Behavioral Health at Children’s Hospital and Division of Child
& Adolescent Psychiatry at UCSD Grand Rounds, “Aggressive Patient Acts toward
Therapists: Clinical, Ethical and Legal Ramifications.” San Diego, January 12, 2001.
Invited Speaker: El Camino Hospital 2nd Annual Ethics Conference, “Who Decides?
Medical and Ethical Options at the End of Life.” Palo Alto, January 27, 2001.
Invited Speaker: Tamkin Medical Education Symposium, “Literature, Medicine and the
Magic Lie.” Irvine, February 7, 2001.
Invited Speaker: California Western School of Law, “Improving Care at the End of Life.”
San Diego, February 21, 2001.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Topics and Advances in Internal Medicine, Postgraduate Course, “The Ins and Outs of Advance Directives.” San Diego, CA, March 11, 2001.
Invited Panelist: AGRP Panel on Pain Management for Elderly, Los Angeles, CA, March 15-16, 2001.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Biomedical Ethics Seminar, “Ethics of Health Care Reform” La Jolla, CA, April 18, 2001.
Invited Speaker: Grossmont Hospital Grand Rounds, “Patient Autonomy” La Mesa, CA, April 20, 2001.
Invited Speaker: San Diego Hospice Medical Ethics and Humanities in End-of-Life Care Conference, “Medical Futility and Non-Beneficial Treatments” San Diego, CA, April 20, 2001.
Invited Speaker: UC Irvine Medical Grand Rounds, “Impact of Ethics Consultation on the care of ICU patients.” Irvine, CA, May 15, 2001.
Invited Panelist: UCSD Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Spirituality Grand Rounds, San Diego, CA, May 23, 2001.
Invited Speaker: Bioethics Committee and Department of Internal Medicine at Naval Medical Center’s Grand Rounds, San Diego, CA, June 14, 2001.
Invited Speaker: NIMH-sponsored Summer Research Institute in Geriatric Psychiatry, “Issues and Careers in Ethics/Psychiatry Research.” San Diego, CA, July 23, 2001.
Invited Speaker: Veterans Affairs Medical Grand Rounds, “Ethics in Health Care Reform,” San Diego, CA, August 1, 2001.
Invited Speaker: Little Company of Mary Hospital, “Medical Futility.” Torrance, CA, October 5, 2001.
Invited Speaker: Hennepin Community Hospital, “Medical Futility.” Minneapolis, MN, October 16, 2001.
Invited Speaker: Swedish Covenant Hospital, “Medical Futility.” Chicago, IL, October 17, 2001.
Invited Discussant: NIH Conference, “ Integrative Conference on End of Life Research: Focus on Older Populations.” Bethesda, MD, October 22-23, 2001.
Invited Speaker: University of Pittsburgh, The Survival Skills and Ethics Program “Ethics over Lunch.” San Diego, November 10, 2001.
Invited Speaker: Twilight Talk, California Teratogen Information Service, USCMC, “Ethics of Pushing the Limits of who we can save among malformed or very preterm infants” San Diego, November 13, 2001.
Invited Discussant: University of California, Irvine, Southern California Medical Humanities Consortium, Irvine, November 30, 2001.
Invited Speaker: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Bioethics Noon Conference, “Turning from Life-Prolonging Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions, Los Angeles, January 16, 2002.
Invited Speaker: “What Should We Do About Grandma?” West Coast Geriatric Psychiatry Conference, San Diego, CA, February 10, 2002.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Topics and Advances in Internal Medicine, Postgraduate Course, “Ethics and Decision Making in Serious Illness.” San Diego, CA, March 4, 2002.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Topics and Advances in Internal Medicine, Postgraduate Course, “Turning From Life Support Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions.” San Diego, CA, March 4, 2002.
Invited Speaker: Kolloquium der Psychosozialen Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften, “End of Life Treatment.” Hamburg, Germany, May 14, 2002.
Invited Speaker: Universitatsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf Arbeitskreis “Interdisziplinares Ethik-Seminar”, “Medical Futility and Comfort Care.” Hamburg, Germany, May 16, 2002.
Invited Speaker: Fortbildungsveranstaltungen der Medizinischen Klinik I fur Kardiologie und Intensivemedizin, “Ethical Decision Making in Critically Ill Patients.” Berlin, Germany, June 28, 2002.
Invited Speaker: La Jolla Rotary Club, La Jolla, August 20, 2002.
Invited Speaker: Little Company of Mary Hospital, “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Torrance, CA, August 22, 2002.
Invited Speaker: Thomas A. Pitts Memorial Lectureship, “Alternative Medicine or Alternatives to Medicine.” Charleston, SC, September 13-14, 2002.
Invited Speaker: Mendocino Coast District Hospital, “Medical Futility.” Fort Bragg, CA, October 2-3, 2002.
Roundtable Discussant – Medical Futility: ASBH 5th Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD, October 24-27, 2002.
Invited Speaker: Palomar Medical Center, “Medical Futility.” Escondido, CA, November 7, 2002.
Invited Commentator: CBS-60 Minutes: “Change of Heart.” San Diego, California, December 1, 2002.
Invited Speaker: Saddleback Memorial Medical Center Grand Rounds, “Ethical Decision Making in Critically Ill Patients.” Laguna Hills, CA, January 22, 2003.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Department of Medicine, Pulmonary Grand Rounds, “Wendland Case. What should we do now?” San Diego, CA, January 23, 2003.
Invited Speaker: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Bioethics Conference, “Medical Futility: Where do we stand? ” Los Angeles, CA, February 19, 2003.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Howard Hughes Program, “ Ethical Issues in Organ Transplantation:Medical Justice vs Societal Justice.” La Jolla, CA, March 9, 2003.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Topics and Advances in Internal Medicine, Postgraduate Course, “Ethical Decision Making in Critically Ill Patients.” San Diego, CA, March 11, 2003.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Topics and Advances in Internal Medicine, Postgraduate Course, “Ethical Issues in Organ Transplantation: Medical Justice vs. Societal Justice.” San Diego, CA, March 12, 2003.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Topics and Advances in Internal Medicine, Postgraduate Course, “The Ethics of Health Care Reform.” San Diego, CA, March 13, 2003.
Invited Speaker: UCSD-SDSU General Preventive Medicine Residency Program, “Ethical Decision-Making in Critically Ill Patients.” San Diego, CA, March 21, 2003.
Invited Speaker: VA Geriatric Psychiatry Seminar, “ Ethics in Geriatric Psychiatry.” La Jolla, CA, April 9, 2003.
Invited Speaker: Human Rights 2003- The Millennium Lecture Series, “US Healthcare in Crisis; Problems and Prospects.” International Museum of Human Rights, San Diego, CA, April 10, 2003.
Invited Speaker: International Consensus Conference in Intensive Care Medicine. “Challenges in End-of-Life Care in the ICU,” Brussels, Belgium, April 24-25, 2003.
Invited Presenter: Health & Sciences Television Network, A Division of PRIMEDIA Healthcare, “Medical Futility Where Do We Stand? San Diego, CA, June 9, 2003.
Invited Speaker: Critical Care Summer Session, “Ethics-Medical and Legal Issues.” San Diego, CA, July 26, 2003.
Invited Discussant: 2003 MSTP Retreat. “Bioethics and Gene Therapy”, Julian, CA, August 23, 2003.
Invited Discussion Leader: Ethics in Science and Technology: A Public Forum, San Diego, CA, September 8, 2003.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Family Medicine Grand Rounds. “Ethical Decision Making in Critically Ill Patients, San Diego, CA, September 17, 2003.
Invited Speaker: Lakeview Hospital Ethics Conference. “Medical Futility: How much is too much?” Stillwater, MN, September 19,2003.
Invited Speaker: Sonoma Developmental Center Medical Education Conference. “The Ethics of Alternative Medicine.” Sonoma, CA, October 9, 2003.
Invited Speaker: Sharp Respiratory Care Conference. “Turning from Life-Prolonging Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions.” San Diego, CA, October 21, 2003.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Bioethics Committee Meeting. “Effect of Ethics Consultations on Non-Beneficial Life-Sustaining Treatments in the Intensive Care Setting: A Multi-Center, Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Trial.” San Diego, CA, October 31, 2003.
Invited Panelist: KPBS Radio Program These Days – Medical Ethics, San Diego, CA, November 5, 2003.
Invited Speaker: Del Mar Community Connections. “American Healthcare: What can we do? What should we do?” Del Mar, CA, November 5, 2003.
Invited Speaker: Geropsychiatry Seminar Series. “A Randomized Controlled Trial of Ethics Consultations: Addressing Ethical problems in Ethics Research.” VAMC, San Diego, CA, November 12, 2003.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Medical Center Medical Ethics Committee Grand Rounds. “Results of a Multi-Center Randomized Controlled trial of Ethics Consultations in the MICU.” San Diego, CA , December 3, 2003.
Invited Speaker: VA Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Conference. Results of a Multi-Center Randomized Controlled trial of Ethics Consultations in the MICU. San Diego, Ca, December 8, 2003.
Invited Speaker: Sharp Healthcare Bioethics Committee Lecture. “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand? San Diego, Ca, December 18, 2003.
Invited Speaker: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Bioethics Conference. “Conflicts and Controversies: The ‘Process’ in Dealing with Futility.” Los Angeles, CA, January 21, 2004.
Invited Speaker: International Bioethics Conference at St. Francis International Center for Healthcare Ethics. “Ethical Issues in Organ Transplantation: Medical Justice vs. Societal Justice,” Honolulu, HI, February 12, 2004.
Invited Speaker: International Bioethics Conference at St. Francis International Center for Healthcare Ethics. “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand,” Honolulu, HI, February 13, 2004.
Invited Speaker: Thomas Jefferson School of Law-Bioethics Class. “Physician Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia.” San Diego, CA, February 24, 2004.
Invited Panelist: The Society for Law and Medicine and Thomas Jefferson School of Law. “Stem Cell Research: New Legal and Medical Frontiers.” San Diego, CA, March 4. 2004.
Invited Speaker: 10th Annual Scientific Sessions of the Society of Geriatric Cardiology. “ When is medical futility reached in the management of cardiovascular disease in the elderly?” New Orleans, LA, March 6, 2004.
Invited Speaker: Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital Regional Pediatric Ethics Meeting, “ Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Stanford, CA, March 12, 2004.
Invited Panelist: Charlotte Talks on WFAE-North Carolina, “ Ethical Issues in Pain Management-Balancing the Needs of Patients and the Expectations of Society.” San Diego, CA, March 23, 2004.
Invited Speaker: North Carolina Medical Center Grand Rounds, “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” North Carolina, March 25, 2004.
Invited Lecturer: Frederick Womble Speas Symposium, Davidson College & Bioethics Resource Group 17 Annual Joint Ethics Committee Meeting, “ The Efficacy of the Ethics Consultation.” Davidson, North Carolina, March 25, 2004.
Invited Lecturer: Frederick Womble Speas Symposium, Davidson College, “ Turning from Life-Sustaining Treatment to Comfort Care,” Davidson, North Carolina, March 26, 2004.
Invited Lecturer: University of Sydney, Centre for Values, Ethics and Law in Medicine, “Empirical Research in Medical Ethics-1” Sydney, Australia, April 21, 2004.
Invited Lecturer: University of Sydney, Centre for Values, Ethics and Law in Medicine, “Empirical Research in Medical Ethics-2” Sydney, Australia, May 5, 2004.
Invited Lecturer: Western Sydney Area Health Service Bioethics Consultative Committee, Westmead Hospital, “Case Consultation Ethics Services in the USA,” Westmead, Australia, May 11, 2004.
Keynote Speaker: Symposium, “Policing Virtue?” at University of Sydney, Centre for Values, Ethics and Law in Medicine, “Medical Ethicists and Judges at the Bedside: The Case of Robert Wendland,” Sydney, Australia, May 28, 2004.
Invited Respondent: Blackheath Philosophy Forum, “Our Genetic Future,” Blackheath, Australia, May 29, 2004.
Invited Lecturer: University of Newcastle, Clinical Unit in Ethics and Health Law, Royal Newcastle Hospital, “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Newcastle, Australia, June 7, 2004.
Invited Lecturer: University of Sydney, Centre for Values, Ethics and Law in Medicine, Core Group Lecture, “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Sydney, Australia, June 10, 2004.
Invited Speaker: The Sam and Rose Stein Institute for Research on Aging Public Lecture, “ Ethics of Healthcare Reform.” La Jolla, CA, August 18, 2004.
Invited Speaker: The Roswell Park Cancer Institute Faculty Forum, “ Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” New York, September 8, 2004.
Invited Speaker: UC Irvine Medical Center Grand Rounds, “Ethics Consultations in the ICU: A Multi-Center Study,” Irvine, September 14, 2004.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Permanente 6th Annual 2004 Cardiovascular Medicine and Surgery Conference, “Patients with No Good Options: The End-of-Life Discussion,” September 17, 2004.
Invited Speaker: The Stein Institute for Research on Aging Grand Rounds, “Effect of Ethics Consultations on Treatment Conflicts in the ICU,” La Jolla, CA, September 27, 2004.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Preventive Medicine Residency Seminar, “Biomedical Ethics,” La Jolla, CA, October 8, 2004.
Invited Speaker: Altru Medical System Lloyd Ralston Lecture Series, “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Grand Forks, ND, October 20, 2004.
Invited Speaker: Altru Medical System Ninth Annual Regional Conference on Healthcare Ethics, “Turning from Life-Prolonging Treatment to Comfort Care.” Grand Forks, ND, October 21, 2004.
Invited Speaker: A Symposium: Ethics in Perinatal & Neonatal Medicine, “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” San Jose, CA, November 5, 2004.
Invited Panelist: San Francisco Medical Society Organ Donation Policy Planning Meeting. San Francisco, CA, December 3, 2004.
Invited Speaker: Pulmonary Grand Rounds, UCSD Medical Center, “Turning from Life-Prolonging Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions,” San Diego, CA, January 13, 2005.
Invited Speaker: UCSD Family Medicine Grand Rounds, “Ethical Decision-Making in Critical Care,” La Jolla, CA, January 19, 2005.
Plenary Speaker: California Thoracic Society and American College of Chest Physicians, California Chapter, Western Regional Meeting, “Turning from Life-Sustaining Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions,” Carmel, CA, February 4-5, 2005.
Invited Speaker: Colloquium on Commercialism in Medicine, California Pacific Medical Center Foundation, “Commercialism in Medicine,” San Francisco, CA, February 10-11, 2005.
Visiting Faculty: St. Francis Medical Center, “Ethics Consultation Training Course,” Honolulu, HI, February 14-18, 2005.
Invited Speaker: Ethics Rounds, Children’s Hospital, “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” San Diego, CA, March 8, 2005.
Invited Speaker: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Bioethics Noon Conference, “Ethics of Health Care Reform,” Los Angeles, CA, March 16, 2005.
Invited Speaker: NAMDRC 28th Annual Meeting and Educational Conference, “Ethics in the ICU – Case Studies,” San Diego, CA, March 19, 2005.
Television Interview with Fox News: The Terri Shaivo Case. March 24, 2005, San Diego, CA.
Invited Speaker: Desert Regional Medical Center, “Ethical Decisions in Critical Care,” Palm Springs, CA, April 6, 2005.
Invited Speaker: University of Tennessee, “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Knoxville, TN, April 15, 2005.
Invited Speaker and Discussion Moderator: Center for Ethics in Science and Technology, “Medical Facts in Terri Schiavo’s Case,” April 26, 2005, San Diego, CA.
Invited Speaker: Kaiser Permanente Bioethics Seminar, “The Ethics of Health Care Reform,” April 28, 2005, San Diego, CA.
Distinguished Speaker: Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, “Turning from Life-Sustaining Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions,” May 3, 2005, Burbank, CA.
Seminar Leader: UCSD Biomedical Ethics Seminar Series, “A Whiff of Bias: Conflict of Interests in Medicine and Science,” May 18, 2005, San Diego, CA.
Discussion Leader: Center for Ethics in Science & Technology, Stem Cell Ethics Conference, June 7, 2005, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Ethical Decision-Making in Critically Ill Patients,” UCSDMC Resident Core Lecture Series, June 15, 2005, UCSDMC, San Diego, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Real Futility – The Case of Terri Schiavo” and “Health Care Reform – An Ethical Approach,” Bioethics Summer Camp, June 25, 2005, Monterey Peninsula, CA.
Instructional videotaped presentation: “Technology, Futility and Ethics” for Trinity Workplace Learning, July 14, 2005, La Jolla, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Turning from Life Sustaining Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning, Ethical Actions,” Scripps Mercy Hospital, July 20, 2005, Chula Vista, CA.
Invited Speaker: “The Process of Ethics Consultation,” UCSD Ethics Committee Training Seminar at San Diego Hospice, July 27, 2005, San Diego, CA.
Invited Speaker: “End of Life and Lessons From the Schiavo Case,” Scripps Memorial Hospital Grand Rounds, August 30, 2005, La Jolla, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Effect of Ethics Consultations in the Intensive Care Unit,” Southern California Permanente Medical Group, October 10, 2005, Panorama City, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Schiavo and Wendland: What Should We Do Now?” Pulmonary Grand Rounds, UCSD Medical Center, November 10, 2005, San Diego, CA.
Invited Speaker: “The Ethics of End of Life Care: Have We Learned Anything From the Schiavo Case?” End of Life Choices of San Diego, November 13, 2005, San Diego, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand Now?” Southern California Permanente Medical Group, January 9, 2006, Panorama City, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Effect of Ethics Consultations in the ICU,” Program in Medicine and Human Values at California Pacific Medical Center, January 23, 2006, San Francisco, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Ethical Concerns in the Withdrawal of Dialysis,” UCSD 25th Advanced Nephrology for the Consultant conference, February 9-11, 2006, San Diego, CA.
Invited Speaker: “The Process of Ethics Consultation,” Improving the Quality of End-of-Life Care in the ICU: Interventions that Work conference by Society of Critical Care Medicine, February 17-18, 2006, Miami, FL.
Invited Speaker: “’A Whiff of Bias’: Conflicts of Interest in Medicine and Science,” Osher Institute for Continued Learning,” February 24, 2006, UCSD Campus, La Jolla, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility,” VA ECU Semi-Monthly Seminar, February 28, 2006, La Jolla, CA.
Invited Speaker: “How do we do a single ethical case?”: European Network in Clinical Ethics, May 12-13, 2006, Maastricht, Netherlands.
Special Lecture: “Effect of Ethics Consultations on ICU Treatments,” Hopital Saint-Louis, May 17, 2006, Paris, France.
David Thomasma Memorial Lecture: “Making Tough Medical Decisions with the Help of Facts, Statistics, Empathy and Imagination.” David Thomasma International Bioethics retreat. Pellegrue, France, June 12, 2006.
Invited Speaker: “A Whiff of Bias,” Conflicts of Interest in Medicine and Science, UCSD Medical Ethics Committee Grand Rounds, August 28, 2006, San Diego, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Questions and Obstacles,” Program in Medicine and Human Values, California Pacific Medical Center, September 28, 2006, San Francisco, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Grand Rounds, California Pacific Medical Center, October 31, 2006, San Francisco, CA.
Keynote Speaker: “What Should We Do Now? Ethical Decision-making When the Going Gets Tough,” AMSA Bioethics Conference, University of Arizona College of Medicine, November 18, 2006, Tucson, AZ.
Invited Speaker: “Turning From Life-Sustaining Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions,” San Diego Children’s Hospital, December 12, 2006, San Diego, CA.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Grand Rounds, St. Luke’s Hospital, January 25, 2007, San Francisco, CA.
Invited Speaker and Panelist: International Bioethics Conference at St. Francis International Center for Healthcare Ethics, Honolulu, HI, February 5-9, 2007:
“Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?”
“Ethical Decisions in Critical Care”
“Should Family Members be Present During a Code 500?” [panelist]
Pellegrino Medal Lecture: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Healthcare Ethics & Law Institute, Birmingham, AL, April 13, 2007.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of New Jersey at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, April 17, 2007.
Invited Speaker: “Effect of Ethics Consultations on Treatment Conflicts in the ICU,” Ethics Committee Meeting, Children’s Hospital of New Jersey at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, April 17, 2007.
Invited Speaker: “How to Conduct an Ethics Consultation,” Case Conference, Children’s Hospital of New Jersey at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, April 17, 2007.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Grand Rounds, Park Nicollet Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN, May 22, 2007.
Invited Speaker: “Case Presentation: Medical Futility,” Methodist Hospital Ethics Committee, Minneapolis, MN, May 22, 2007.
Discussion Leader: “Creating a Standard of Care for Medical Futility,” community health professionals and lay persons, Minneapolis, MN, May 22, 2007.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility,” Pediatric Grand Rounds, Methodist Hospital, Minneapolis, MN, May 23, 2007.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility, Where Do We Stand?” University of Minnesota – Fairview Hospital, Minneapolis, MN, May 23, 2007.
Invited Speaker: “Futile Treatment: Conflict Resolution” San Diego Bioethics Committee Retreat, San Diego, CA, September 26, 2007.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Grand Rounds, Emanuel Medical Center, Turlock, CA, January 22, 2008.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Seeking a Standard of Care.” San Diego Bioethics Consortium, San Diego Medical Society, San Diego, CA, January 30, 2008.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Grand Rounds, Naval Medical Center, San Diego, CA, February 1, 2008.
Invited Speaker: “Turning From Life Sustaining Treatment to Comfort Care” Grand Rounds, Scripps Green Hospital, La Jolla, CA, February 6, 2008.
Book Talk: “Embracing Our Mortality: Hard Choices in an Age of Medical Miracles,” Yale Club New York, New York, NY, April 9, 2008.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Grand Rounds, Grossmont Hospital, San Diego, CA, June 13, 2008.
Radio Interview: “Embracing Our Mortality: Hard Choices in an Age of Medical Miracles,” ReachMD XM157, August 28, 2008.
Invited Speaker: “Turning from Life Sustaining Treatment to Comfort Care; Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions,” Medical Futility: A Kaleidoscope of Ethical Issues, Mountain Area Health Education Center, Asheville, NC, September 4, 2008.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” Spirituality and Health Conference, “Medical Futility: Hard Choices in an Age of Medical Miracles.” Presbyterian Hospital, Albuquerque, NM, September 26, 2008.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand? ” “Moving from Life-Sustaining Treatments to Comfort Care,” “The Ethics of Health Care Reform.” Shifting Focus in Healthcare Conference, Ft. Sanders Regional Medical Center, Knoxville, TN, October 16, 2008.
Invited Participant: Clinical Ethics Credentialing Project, Center for Ethics and Law in Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center, New York City, NY, November 10-11, 2008.
Invited Speaker: Book talk about Embracing Our Mortality: Hard Choices in an Age of Medical Miracles (Oxford), Harvard Club Book Talk, New York City, NY, November 12, 2008.
Invited Presentation: “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” President’s Council on Bioethics, Arlington, VA, November 20, 2008.
Invited Speaker: “Trisomy 18 and Medical Futility” Medical Ethics Rounds, Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego, CA February 10, 2009.
Invited Plenary Speaker and Panelist, “Becoming an Ethics Consultant,” St. Francis International Center for Healthcare Ethics, Honolulu, HI, March 2-6, 2009. “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” “Ethics of Octuplets.” “Meet the Professors: Ethics at the Bedside.”
Invited Presentation: “Update on Latest Ethics Research.” Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, March 11, 2009.
Invited Speaker: “Embracing Our Mortality: Difficult Choices in an Age of Medical Miracles.” Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore, March 16, 2009.
Invited Speaker: “Ethical Decision-Making in Critical Care.” Grand Rounds, Sharp Grossmont Hospital, San Diego, CA May 22, 2009.
Invited Speaker: “Ideas Behind Non-Beneficial Treatment.” Summer Workshop in Clinical Ethics, Program in Medicine and Human Values, California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, CA, June 6, 2009.
Invited Speaker: “Osler and Voltaire, Men of the Enlightenment” Book launch; Osler’s Bedside Library: Great Writers Who Inspired A Great Physician, Montreal, Canada, October 24, 2009.
Invited Speaker: “Turning from Life Sustaining Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions.” 4th Annual Symphony of Life, Lifesharing Conference, La Jolla, CA November 19, 2009.
Invited Speaker, Introductory Lecture: “Ethical Dilemmas in Public Health.” UCLA School of Public Health, Los Angeles, CA January 5, 2010.
Invited Speaker: “Ethical Decision-Making in Pediatric Critical Care.” Rady Children’s Hospital Ethics Committee, San Diego, CA January 12, 2010.
Invited Speaker: “Turning from Life-Sustaining Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions.” Kaiser Permanente, Panorama City, CA April 6, 2010.
Invited Speaker: “Is There Room for Ethics as well as Economics in the Health Care Debate?” Priorities 2010: Priority Setting in Difficult Economic Times, 8th Annual Conference, International Society on Priorities in Health Care, Boston, MA, April 25, 2010
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: A Quick Tour.” American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, San Diego, CA, October 22, 2010.
Invited Speaker: “Bioethical Decision-Making in the Clinical Setting.” Bioethical Issues of Perinatal and Neonatal Medicine: Challenges and Dilemmas. Rady Children’s Hospital Ethics Committee, San Diego, CA, November 6, 2010.
Invited Plenary Speaker: “A Quick Tour of Medical Futility and Efforts to Achieve a Standard of Practice.” Medical Futility and Maryland Law, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, November 30, 2010.
Invited Speaker: “Medical Futility: A Quick Tour: Seeking to Achieve a Standard of Practice.” Grand Rounds, Hoag Hospital, Newport Beach CA, May 20, 2011.
Invited Speaker: “Bioethical Decision Making in the Clinical Setting.” Bioethical Issues of Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine: Challenges and Dilemmas, Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego, January 6, 2012.
Invited Speaker. “The Unbearable Rightness of Rationing: Just Medical Care.” Grand Rounds, Medical Ethics Committee, UCSD Medical Center, January 23, 2012.
Invited Speaker. “Just Rationing of Health Care.” San Diego Country Medical Society
Bioethics Commission. January 25, 2012.
Invited Speaker. Bioethical Issues in Organ Transplantation: Bioethical Issues in Resource Allocation. Rady Childrens Hospital, San Diego, March 16, 2012.
Invited Speaker: “Futile and Non-Beneficial Treatment: Seeking a Standard of Medical Care—Where Do We Stand?” National Association of Medical Directors of Respiratory Care 35th Annual Meeting and Educational Conference. Sonoma, CA, March 22-24, 2012
Invited Speaker: “The Unbearable Rightness of Rationing: Just Medical Care.” UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, May 8, 2012.
Invited Speaker. “Medical Futility: Where Do We Stand?” and “Turning from and Emphasis on Life Sustaining Treatment to Comfort Care: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions”. 19th Annual Grief Conference: End of Life Ethics, Central Baptist Hospital and Hospice of the Bluegrass, Lexington KY, June 22, 2012.
Invited Speaker. “Bioethical Issues in Ventilator Withdrawal and Compassionate Extubation: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions. UCSD Medical Center, Medical Ethics Committee Grand Rounds, August 27, 2012.
Invited Speaker. “Bioethical Issues in Ventilator Withdrawal and Compassionate Extubation: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions. Rady Children’s Hospital –San Diego, September 7, 2012.
Invited Speaker. Grand Rounds,”Ethics of Rationing Healthcare,”  Sharp Grossmont Hospital, San Diego, CA, February 21, 2013.
Invited Speaker. American Academy of Neurology, National Meeting, “Medical Futility,” San Diego, CA, March 22, 2013.
Invited Speaker. Rady Children’s Hospital Bioethics Committee, “Pearls of Bioethics,” San Diego, CA, January 14, 2014.
Invited Keynote Speaker. Miami Breast Cancer Conference, “Wrong Medicine: Why Do We Pursue Futile and Costly Treatments?” Miami, FL, March 8, 2014.
Invited Speaker. UCSD Program in Arts & Medicine, “Chekhov and the Good Doctor,” San Diego, CA, April 9, 2014.
Invited Speaker. American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, “Rationing and Banana: The Need That Dares Not Speak Its Name,” San Diego, CA, October 18, 2014.
Invited Speaker. Summerlin Hospital, “Wrong Medicine: Why Do We Pursue Futile and Costly Over-Treatments?” Las Vegas, Nevada, November 5, 2014.
Invited Speaker. Osher Community Lecture, “The Unbearable Rightness of Rationing: Just Medical Care.” UCSD, San Diego, CA, December 5, 2014.
Keynote Speaker and Panelist. Mountain Area Health Education Center: “Saying No: Exploring the Ethical Dimensions of Refusals in Health Care,” Asheville, NC, September 18, 2015.
Invited Speaker. San Diego Medical Society Bioethics Commission: “Distributive Justice in the Context of Medical Rationing”, April 27, 2016.
Invited Speaker: Sharp “Ethical Decision Making in Critically Ill Patients: Ethical Reasoning and Ethical Actions, Sharp Chula Vista Hospital, San Diego, CA, October 26, 2016.

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PUBLISHED WORK:

1. Kass EH, Schneiderman LJ. Entry of bacteria into the urinary tracts of patients with inlying catheters. N Engl J Med 1957;256:556-7.
2. Schneiderman LJ. Isolated congenital absence of the right pulmonary artery: a caution as to its diagnosis and a proposal for its embryogenesis–report of a case with review. Am Heart J 1958;55:772-80.
3. Schneiderman LJ. Myoglobin in the human fetus. Nature 1962;194:191-2.
4. Bowman JE, Mittwoch U, Schneiderman LJ. Persistence of mucopolysaccharide inclusions in cultures of lymphocyte from patients with gargoylism. Nature 1962;195:612-3.
5. Schneiderman LJ, Smith CAB. Non-random distribution of certain homologous pairs of normal human chromosomes in metaphase. Nature 1962;195:1229-30.
6. Schneiderman LJ. Aminoaciduria produced by hydrocortisone in normals and in members of a family with adult Fanconi syndrome. Clin Chem Acta 1963;8:450-3.
7. Schneiderman LJ. Solubilization and electrophoresis of human red cell stroma. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1965;20:763-7.
8. Schneiderman LJ. Latent cystathioninuria. J Med Genet 1967;4:260-3.
9. Schneiderman LJ, Junga IG. Isolation and partial characterization of structural protein derived from human red cell membranes. Biochem 1968;7:2281-6.
10. Pool JG, O’Reilly RA, Schneiderman LJ, Alexander M. Warfarin resistance in the rat. Am J Physiol 1968;215:627-31.
11. Schneiderman LJ, Sampson WI, Schoene WC, Haydon GB. Genetic studies of a family with two unusual autosomal dominant conditions: muscular dystrophy and Pelger Huet anomaly. Am J Med 1969;46:380-93.
12. Schneiderman LJ, Junga, IG, Fawley DE. Effect of phosphate and non-phosphate buffers on thermolability of unstable haemoglobins. Nature 1970;225:1041-2.
13. Schneiderman LJ, ed. The Future of Primary Medical Care. A Symposium at University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine. 1970.
14. Schneiderman LJ, Baylor S. Computer-assisted research of medical records: a facilitated access file for physical examination, laboratory and diagnostic data. Methods Inf Med 1970;9:171-6.
15. Schneiderman LJ, DeSalvo L, Baylor S, Wolf P. The “abnormal” screening laboratory results: its effect on physician and patient. Arch Intern Med 1972;129:88-90.
16. Stokes J, Schneiderman LJ, Phillips TJ. Preventive medicine. In: Conn H, Rakel R, Johnson T, eds. Family Practice. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1973:57-71.
17. Schneiderman LJ, Prichard L, Fuller S, Atkinson L. Birth control, sterilization and abortion–attitudes of Catholic and Protestant clergymen in San Diego toward use in families with genetic illness. West J Med 1974;120:174-9.
18. Schneiderman LJ. Amniocentesis. (Epitomes of Progress–Preventive Medicine and Public Health) West J Med 1974;121:416-7.
19. Chien A, Schneiderman LJ. A comparison of health care utilization by husbands and wives. J Commun Health 1975;1:118-26.
20. Cervantes FD, Schneiderman LJ. Anticoagulants in cerebrovascular disease: a critical review of studies. Arch Intern Med 1975;135:875-7.
21. Schneiderman LJ, Bartnof HS, Worthen DM. X-linked congenital nystagmus: a problem in genetic counseling. Ann Ophthalmol 1976;8:444-6.
22. Reid KJ, Sakati N, Prichard LL, Schneiderman LJ, Jones OW. Genetic counseling: an evaluation of public health genetic clinics. West J Med 1976;124:6-12.
23. Miller R, Schneiderman LJ. A clinical study of the use of human chorionic gonadotrophin in weight reduction. J Fam Pract 1977;4:445-8.
24. Schneiderman LJ. Review: Death, dying, and the biological revolution, by Veatch RM. N Engl J Med 1977;296:825.
25. Schneiderman LJ. The physician’s response to unsolicited tests. In: Young DS, Hicks J, Nipper H, Uddin D, eds. Clinician and Chemist. The Relationship of the Laboratory to the Physician. Washington, DC: The American Association for Clinical Chemistry, 1979:273-83.
26. Avina RL, Schneiderman LJ. Why patients choose homeopathy. West J Med 1978;128:366-9.
27. Russo P, Schneiderman LJ. Effect of topical corticosteriods on symptoms of clinical sunburn. J Fam Pract 1978;7:1129-32.
28. Jewell S, Schneiderman LJ. Students in CME. J Med Educ 1978;53:1008-9.
29. Fujikawa L, Bass R, Schneiderman LJ. Family care in a family practice group. J Fam Pract 1979;8:1189-94.
30. Rowland B, Schneiderman LJ. Women in alternative health care. JAMA 1979;241:719-21.
31. Rowland B, Schneiderman LJ. Women in alternative health care: their influence on traditional medicine. Internat J Women’s Studies 1979;2:305-310. (Modified version of above.)
32. Armitage K, Schneiderman LJ, Bass RA. Response of physicians to medical complaints in men and women. JAMA 1979;241:2186-7.
33. Armitage K, Schneiderman LJ, Bass RA. Response of physicians to medical complaints in men and women. Internat J Women’s Studies 1980;3:111-6. (Modified version of above.)
34. Schneiderman LJ. Review: Whose life is it anyway? A medical perspective. Death Educ 1979;3:90-1.
35. Schneiderman LJ. Three approaches to problem-solving in medicine and some problems they create. J Fam Pract 1979;9:459-61.
36. Schneiderman LJ. Review; The women patient. Medical and psychological interfaces. Notman MT, Nadelson CC, eds. Internat J Women’s Studies 1980;3:103-5.
37. Steffan WC, Schneiderman LJ. Contribution of unexpected serum thyroxine (T4) abnormality to detection of thyroid disease. J Fam Pract 1980;11:873-5.
38. Schneiderman LJ. Genetic counseling. Original article in Academic American Encyclopedia. Princeton NJ: Arete Publishing Company, Inc. 1981.
39. Schneiderman LJ. Amniocentesis. Original article in Academic American Encyclopedia. Princeton NJ: Arete Publishing Company, Inc. 1981. (Revised, 1986)
40. Epstein KA, Schneiderman LJ, Bush JW, Zettner A. The “abnormal” screening serum thyroxine (T4): analysis of physician response, outcome, cost and health effectiveness. J Chronic Dis 1981;34:175-90.
41. Schneiderman LJ, ed. The practice of preventive health care. Clinical Practice Series. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Co. 1981.
42. Schneiderman LJ. Chap 1. Multiphasic screening. In: Schneiderman LJ, ed. The Practice of Preventive Health Care. Clinical Practice Series. Baltimore: William & Wilkins Co. 1981.
43. Schneiderman LJ. Chap 14. Prevention in adulthood. In: Schneiderman LJ, ed. The Practice of Preventive Health Care. Clinical Practice Series. Baltimore: William & Wilkins Co. 1981.
44. Amberg J, Schneiderman LJ, Berry CC, Zettner A. The “abnormal” outpatient chemistry panel serum alkaline phosphatase: analysis of physician response, outcome, cost and health effectiveness. J Chronic Dis 1982;35:81-8.
45. Norcross WA, Wise E, Schneiderman LJ, Simms GB. Fatal oriental cholangiohepatitis in a member of the Hmong community. J Fam Pract 1981;12:909-11.
46. Schneiderman LJ. The LMD, the patient and the subspecialty loop. Diagnostic Dialog 1982;2:11.
47. Ansari R, Schneiderman LJ, Bass R, Cook S. Factors affecting ethnic group response to preventive health education. J Urban Health 1982;11:33-6.
48. Bartholomew L, Schneiderman LJ. Attitudes of patients toward family care in a family practice group. J Fam Pract 1982;15:477-81.
49. Schneiderman LJ. Literature and medicine. Literature and Medicine 1982;1:40-1 (Reprinted in JAMA 1989;261:1908).
50. Schneiderman LJ. Review: The physicians covenant: images of the healer in medical ethics, by William F. May. In: Medicine, Linking Metaphors and Numbers. Hastings Cent Rep1984;14:41-2.
51. Schneiderman LJ. My husband won’t tell the children. The Hastings Center Report 1984;1427. (Reprinted In: Cases in Bioethics: Selections From the Hastings Center Report, Edited by Carol Levine. New York: St. Martin’s Press, Inc. 1989.)
52. Nakamura GJ, Schneiderman LJ, Klauber MR. Colorectal cancer and bowel habits. Cancer 1984;54:1475-7.
53. Schneiderman LJ. Preventive medicine. Monograph 66. In: AAFP Home Study Self- Assessment. American Academy of Family Physicians, 1984;1-46.
54. Kushigemachi M, Schneiderman LJ, Barrett-Connor E. Racial differences in susceptibility to tuberculosis: risk of disease after infection. J Chronic Dis 1984;37:853-62.
55. Schneiderman LJ, Arras JD. Counseling patients to counsel physicians on future care in the event of patient incompetence. Ann Intern Med 1985;102:693-8.
56. Hoff GA, Schneiderman LJ. Having babies at home: is it safe? Is it ethical? Hastings Cent Rep 1985;15:19-27.
57. Greer S, Dickerson V, Schneiderman LJ, Atkins C, Bass R. Responses of male and female physicians to medical complaints in male and female patients. J Fam Pract 1986;23:49-53.
58. Schneiderman LJ. The magic lie. Humanities and the Health Professions, The Connecticut Scholar 1986;8:52-8. (Reprinted in Kaleidoscope Winter/Spring 1987 and Winter/Spring 1990.)
59. Schneiderman LJ. Amniocentesis. Original article in Academic American Encyclopedia, Princeton NJ: Arete Publishing Company, Inc. 1986 (Revised version of Ref. 39).
60. Wilson DK, Kaplan RM, Schneiderman LJ. Framing of decisions and selection of alternatives in health care. Soc Behavior 1987;2:51-9.
61. Schneiderman LJ. The machinification of medicine. Med Humanities Rev 1987;1:26-29.
62. Schneiderman LJ (With Richard Selzer and John Stone). Physicians and writers in dialogue. In: Wear D, Kohn M, Stocker S, eds. Literature and Medicine: A Claim for a Discipline. Proceedings of the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine’s Literature and Medicine Conference, May, 1984. McLean, VA: Society for Health and Human Values, 1987:77-94.
63. Ganiats TG, Norcross WA, Schneiderman LJ, Alexander M, Hundertmark P, Baughan DM. Intrauterine transfusion: ethical issues involving a Jehovah’s Witness mother. J Fam Pract 1987;24:467-72.
64. Schneiderman LJ, Spragg RG. Ethical decisions in discontinuing mechanical ventilation. N Engl J Med 1988;318(15):984-9.
65. Ganiats TG, Schneiderman, LJ. Principles of cost-effectiveness research. J Fam Pract 1988;27(1):77-84.
66. Emery D, Schneiderman LJ. Cost-effectiveness analysis in health care. Hastings Cent Rep 1989;19(4):8-13.
67. Schneiderman LJ. A step-by-step process for ethical decision making. Medical Ethics for the Physician 1990;5(2):1-2,4,16.
68. Schneiderman LJ. Euthanasia: Can we keep it a special case? The Humanist May/June 1990;50(3):15-17. (Reprinted as: Legalizing euthanasia would not encourage suicide. In: Euthanasia: Opposing Viewpoints, D. Bender & B. Leone, eds., p. 84-89. California: Greenhaven Press, Inc. 1995. Reprinted In: The Blair Reader 4 ed. by Laurie G. Kirszner and Stephen R. Mandell, p. 581-586 New Jersey: 2002. Reprinted as: The Ethics of Euthanasia. In: Patterns: Prentice Hall Pocket Reader. ed by Dorothy Minor and also in: Guide for College Writers. University of Nevada Las Vegas 2006.)
69. Schneiderman LJ. Exile and PVS. Hastings Cent Rep 1990;20(3):5.
70. Schneiderman LJ, Jecker NS, Jonsen AR. Medical Futility: Its Meaning and Ethical Implications. Ann Intern Med 1990;112(12):949-54. (Reprinted In: Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine by John D. Arras and Bonnie Steinbock, p. 281-288. California: Mayfield Publishing Co. 1995). (Reprinted In: Bioethics, An Introduction to the History, Methods, and Practice, Second Edition, by Nancy S. Jecker, Albert R. Jonsen and Robert A. Pearlman, p. 408-416. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers 2007).
71. Schneiderman, LJ. Still saving the life of ethics. Hastings Cent Rep 1990;20(6):22-4.
72. Schneiderman LJ. Bioethics. In: Dulbecco R, ed. The Encyclopedia of Human Biology, Volume 1. San Diego: Academic Press Inc. 1991:655-9.
73. Schneiderman LJ. Ethical issues and code status in cancer patients. In: Moossa AR, ed. Comprehensive Textbook of Oncology, 2nd Edition. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins, Co. 1991:1811-14.
74. Langer RD, Wark R, Schneiderman LJ, Kaplan RM, Anderson JP, Chen M. A research-oriented medical cost accounting system. Int J Biomed Comput 1991;28:161-7.
75. Schneiderman LJ. Ancient Myth and Modern Medicine: Lessons from Baucis and Philemon. In: Jecker N, ed. Aging & Ethics, Clifton, NJ: Humana Press Inc., 1991:353-65.
76. Schneiderman LJ. Is It Morally Justifiable Not to Sedate This Patient Before Ventilator Withdrawal? J Clin Ethics 1991;2(2):129-30.
77. Jecker NS, Schneiderman LJ. Futility and Rationing. Am J Med 1992;92:189-196.
78. Schneiderman LJ, Kaplan RM. Fear of Dying and HIV Infection vs Hepatitis B Infection. Am J Public Health 1992;82:584-586.
79. Griffen AL, Schneiderman LJ. Ethical issues in managing the noncompliant child. Pediatric Dentistry 1992;14:178-183.
80. Schneiderman LJ, Kronick R, Kaplan RM, Anderson JP, Langer RD. Effects of
Offering Advance Directives on Medical Treatments and Costs: A Prospective Study. Ann Intern Med 1992;117(7):599-606.
81. Schneiderman LJ, Pearlman RA, Kaplan RM, Anderson JP, Rosenberg EM. Relationship of General Advance Directive Instructions to Specific Life-Sustaining Treatment Preferences in Patients with Serious Illness. Arch Intern Med 1992;152:2114-2122.
82. Schneiderman LJ. Can We Set Limits and Enhance Autonomy? In: Winslow GR, Walters JW, eds. Facing Limits: Ethics and Health Care for the Elderly. Boulder, CO: Westview Publishing Co. 1993:115-122.
83. Jecker NS, Schneiderman LJ. Ceasing Futile Resuscitation in the Field: Ethical Considerations. Arch Intern Med 1992;152:2392-2397.
84. Schneiderman LJ, Jecker NS. Futility in Practice. Arch Intern Med 1993;153:437-441.
85. Schneiderman LJ, Kaplan RM, Pearlman RA, Teetzel H. Do Physicians’ Preferences for Life-Sustaining Treatment Influence Predictions of Their Patients’ Preferences for Life-Sustaining Treatment? J Clin Ethics 1993;4(1):28-33.
86. Jecker NS, Schneiderman LJ. Medical Futility: The Duty Not to Treat. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1993;2:151-159. (Reprinted in: Clinical Medical Ethics: Cases & Readings, Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 1995. Reprinted in: Ethical Issues in Death and Dying, Prentice-Hall Publishing, 1996).
87. Schneiderman LJ, Faber-Langendoen K, Jecker NS. Beyond Futility to an Ethic of Care. Am J Med 1994;96:110-114 and Letter to Editor: Reply, Am J Med 1995;99:443-444.
88. Jecker NS, Schneiderman LJ. An Ethical Analysis of the Use of ‘Futility’ in the 1992 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC. Arch Intern Med 1993;153:2195-2198.
89. Riddick CA, Schneiderman LJ. Distinguishing between effect and benefit. J Clin Ethics 1994;5:41-43.
90. Jecker NS, Schneiderman LJ. Is Dying Young Worse Than Dying Old? Gerontol 1994;34(1):66-72. (Reprinted in: Annual editions: Aging Tenth Edition, Harold Cox, ed. Guilford, CT: The Dushkin Publishing Group, Inc. 1995.)
91. Virmani J, Schneiderman LJ, Kaplan RM. Relationship of Advance Directives to Physician-Patient Communication. Arch Intern Med 1994;154:909-913.
92. Schneiderman LJ, Kronick R, Kaplan RM, Anderson JP, Langer RD. Attitudes of Seriously Ill Patients Toward Treatment That Involves High Costs and Burdens on Others. J Clin Ethics 1994;5(2)109-112. (Reprinted as: Legalizing Euthanasia Would Not Encourage Suicide. In: Bender D, Leone B, eds. Euthanasia: Opposing Viewpoints. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, Inc. 1995.)
92a. Schneiderman, LJ. Commentary on Rubin et. al. Increasing the Completion of the Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care. JAMA. 1994 Jan. 19;271:209-12. In ACP Journal Club July/August 1994;121;(1):26.
93. Anderson JP, Kaplan RM, Schneiderman LJ. Effects of Offering Advance Directives on Quality Adjusted Life Expectancy and Psychological Well-Being Among Ill Adults. J Clin Epidemiol 1994;47(7):761-772.
94. Schneiderman LJ. The Futility Debate: Effective versus Beneficial Intervention. J Am Geriat Soc 1994;42:883-886.
95. Schneiderman LJ. Medical Futility and Aging: Ethical Implications. Generations 1994;18(4):61-65.
96. Schneiderman LJ, Teetzel H, Kronick R, Anderson JP, Langer RD, Rosenberg E, Kaplan RM. Advance directives, apples and oranges [letter]. Arch Intern Med 1995;155(2):217-218.
97. Schneiderman LJ, Teetzel H, Kalmanson AG. Who Decides Who Decides? When Disagreement Occurs Between the Physician and the Patient’s Appointed Proxy About the Patient’s Decision-Making Capacity. Arch Intern Med 1995;155:793-796.
98. Schneiderman LJ, Kronick R, Kaplan RM, Anderson JP, Langer RD. Attitudes of Seriously Ill Patients Toward Treatment That Involves High Costs and Burdens on Others. [Letter to the Editor]. J Clin Ethics 1995;6(1):96 and cont’d on 61.
99. Jecker NS, Schneiderman LJ. When Families Request That ‘Everything Possible’ Be Done. J Med Philos 1995;20:145-163.
100. Jecker NS, Schneiderman LJ. Judging Medical Futility: An Ethical Analysis of Medical Power and Responsibility. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1995;4(1):23-35.
101. Christensen K, Haroun A, Schneiderman LJ, Jeste DV. Decision-Making Capacity for Informed Consent in the Older Population. Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 1995;23(3):353-365.
101a. Caplan A, Bernal EW, Woods GL, Schneiderman LJ, Scofield G, Smith R, Andre J, Duguan D.O. “Moral Distress: A Job Hazard for Respiratory Therapists?” Making the Rounds in Health, Faith, and Ethics. 1995;1(1):4-7.
102. Schneiderman LJ, Jecker NS. Should a Criminal Receive a Heart Transplant? Medical Justice vs. Societal Justice. Health Care Crisis? The Search for Answers Robert I. Misbin, et al., eds. Frederick, MD: University Publishing Group, Inc. 1995. (Reprinted in: Theoretical Medicine 1996;17:33-44. Reprinted in: Caplan AL, Coelho DH. Editors. The Ethics of Organ Transplants: The Current Debate. Prometheus Press. 1998.)
103. Schneiderman LJ, Jecker NS. Wrong Medicine: Doctors, Patients, and Futile Treatment. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, 1995.
104. Schneiderman LJ. Medical Futility and Quality of Life: Ethical Implications. European Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care Bulletin of the ESPMH 1995;3(4): special issue. (Reprinted in: Journal D’Economie Médicale 1997;1(15):65-72).
105. Schneiderman LJ, Jecker NS. A Different Kind of “Prisoner’s Dilemma.” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1995;4(4):531-534.
106. Kaplan RM, Schneiderman LJ. Health locus of control and preference for right to die legislation. Psychology & Health 1996;11(5):709-714.
107. Schneiderman LJ, Jecker NS. Is the treatment Beneficial, Experimental or Futile? Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1996;5:248-256. (Reprinted in: Death, Dying and the Ending of Life, Volume I, Editors: Margaret P. Battin, Leslie Francis and Bruce M. Landesman).
108. Manning S, Schneiderman LJ. Miracles or Limits: What Message from the Medical MarketPlace? HEC Forum 1996;8(2):103-108.
109. Jecker NS, Schneiderman LJ. Stopping Futile Medical Treatment: Ethical Issues. In: Birth to Death: Biology, Science, and Bioethics, Thomasma and Kushner, eds. Cambridge University Press, NY, 1996, pp. 169-176. (Reprinted in: Medical Ethics. Greenhaven Press, Inc., 1999;24-30).
110. Schneiderman LJ, Teetzel HD. End-of-Life Directives: Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, and other matters. Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 1996;17(6):543-550.
111. Schneiderman LJ, Jecker NS, Jonsen AR. Medical Futility: Response to Critiques. Annals of Internal Medicine 1996;125(8):669-674.
112. Schneiderman LJ, Manning S. The Baby K Case: A Search for the Elusive Standard of Medical Care. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1997;6:9-18.
113. Kaplan RM, Schneiderman LJ. Healthcare Resource Consumption in Terminal Care. PharmacoEconomics 1997;11(1):2-12.
114. Schneiderman LJ, Kronick R, Kaplan RM. Advance Medical Planning. Letter to the Editor. New England Journal of Medicine 1997;336(9):663.
115. Schneiderman LJ. Bioethics. In: Dulbecco R, ed. The Encyclopedia of Human Biology, Second Edition, Volume 1. San Diego: Academic Press Inc. 1997:771-775.
116. Schneiderman LJ, Kaplan RM, Rosenberg E, Teetzel H. Do Physicians’ Own Preferences for Life-Sustaining Treatment Influence Their Perceptions of Patients’ Preferences? A Second Look. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1997;6:131-137.
117. Schneiderman LJ. The Family Physician and End-of-Life Care. Journal of Family Practice 1997;45(3):259-262.
118. Schneiderman LJ. The Role of Alternative Health Care in Traditional Medicine. Federation Bulletin: The Journal of Medical Licensure and Discipline 1997;84(3):162-170.
119. Schneiderman LJ. Medical Ethics and Alternative Medicine. The Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine 1998;2(1):63-66.
120. Schneiderman LJ. Bringing Clarity to the Futility Debate: Are the Cases Wrong? Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1998;7(3):273-278.
121. Schneiderman LJ. Decision Making About Medical Care in an Adolescent with a Life-Threatening Illness. Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 1998;19(5):357. (Reprinted in: Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 2001;22(2 Suppl):181-184).
122. Schneiderman LJ. Medical Futility. Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift (The Middle European Journal of Medicine) 1998; 110 Jahrgang, Heft 22: Editorial.
123. Yen B, Schneiderman LJ. Impact of Pediatric Ethics Consultations on Patients, Families, Social Workers and Physicians. Journal of Perinatology 1999;19(5):373-378.
124. Schneiderman LJ. Futility and Extraordinary Care. In: Bennahum, DA, ed. Managed Care: Financial, Legal, and Ethical Issues, Cleveland, OH: The Pilgrim Press 1999:153-165.
125. Schneiderman LJ. Alternative Medicine or Alternatives to Medicine? A Physician’s Perspective. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2000;9(1):84-98.
126. Schneiderman LJ, Capron AM. How can hospital futility policies contribute to establishing standards of practice? Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 2000;9:524-31.
127. Schneiderman LJ, Gilmer T, Teetzel HD. Impact of Ethics Consultations in the Intensive Care Setting: A Randomized, Controlled Trial. Critical Care Medicine 2000;28(12):3920-3924. (Reprinted in Evidence-Based Nursing. 2001;4:119.)
128. Schneiderman LJ. The Rise and Fall of the Futility Movement. Letter to the Editor. New England Journal of Medicine. 2000;343(21):1575.
129. Schneiderman LJ. What do I do now? Student British Medical Journal 2000;(8):449. (Reprinted in Western Journal of Medicine 2001;174(5):354-355)
130. Schneiderman LJ. The Good Doctor: The Literature and Medicine of Anton Chekhov (and Others) Family Medicine 2001;33(1):11-13.
131. Schneiderman LJ. Weighing and Comparing Expert Testimony by Medical Ethicists. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 2000;28(3):236-239.
132. Schneiderman LJ, Jecker, NS, Jonsen AR. Abuse of Futility. Arch Intern Med 2001;161(1):128-30.
133. Schneiderman, LJ. Ask the Ethicist: Family demand for futile treatment. Lahey Clinic Medical Ethics Newsletter, Spring, 2001.
134. Schneiderman, LJ. Stem Cells and Parkinson’s. Letter to the Editor. The Scientist 2001;15(13):6.
135. Schneiderman, LJ. Commentary: Omit the Mistake. In: Kushner, TA, Thomasma, DC, eds. Ward Ethics, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press 2001:81-84.
136. Schneiderman, LJ. Commentary: the Chief Resident Lied. In: Kushner, TA, Thomasma, DC, eds. Ward Ethics, Cambridge, UK:Cambridge University Press 2001:88-90.
137. Schneiderman LJ, Gilmer T, Teetzel H. Toward an ethical consultation in intensive care? Letter to the Editor. Letter to the Editor. Critical Care Medicine 2001;29(7):1490.
138. Dunn LB, Lindamer LA, Palmer BW, Schneiderman LJ, Jeste DV. Enhancing comprehension of consent for research in older patients with psychosis: A Randomized study of a novel consent procedure. Am J Psychiatry 2001;158(11):1911-1913.
139. Schneiderman, LJ. Book Review: The Blood of Strangers: Stories from Emergency Medicine. In: The Pharos 2001;64(4)49.
140. Dunn LB, Schneiderman LJ, Saks ER. The placebo: ethical issues, deception, and quackery. AM J Forensic Psychiatry. 2001;22(4):29-48.
141. Schneiderman, LJ. Book Review; Caring for Patients at the End of Life: Facing an Uncertain Future Together. In JAMA2001;286(24):3131-3132.
142. Schneiderman LJ, Fein JE. Case Study: The Limits of Dispute Resolution. Hastings Center Report 2001;31(6):10-11.
143. Schneiderman, LJ, Gilmer T, Teetzel H. Ethics Consultations in the Intensive Care Setting. Letter to the Editor. Critical Care Medicine 2002;30:489.
144. Dunn LB, Lindamer LA, Palmer BW, Golshan S, Schneiderman LJ, Jeste DV. Improving Understanding of Research Consent in Middle-Aged and Elderly Patients with Psychotic Disorders. Am J Geriatric Psychiatry2002;10(2):142-150.
145. Saks ER, Jeste DV, Granholm E, Palmer BW, Schneiderman LJ. Ethical Issues in Psychosocial Interventions Research Involving Controls. Ethics and Behavior 2002;12(1):87-101.
146. Schneiderman, LJ. Limited Organs raise allocation concerns. American Medical News July 1, 2002:45(25):14.
147. Schneiderman, LJ. Patient 70. In:Heffner JE, Byock IR, eds. Palliative and End-of-Life Pearls, Philadelphia, PA: Hanley & Belfus 2002:222-224.
148. Schneiderman, LJ. Session Two: Time-Counting the Moments/Making Moments Count. In:Gillis CM, ed. Seeing the Difference Conversations on Death and Dying, Berkeley, CA: The Regents of California and the Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities 2001:65-70.
149. Schneiderman, LJ. Empathy and the Literary Imagination. Ann Intern Med. 2002;137:627-629.
150. Goyal M, Mehta RL, Schneiderman LJ, Sehgal AR. Economic and Health Consequences of Selling a Kidney in India. JAMA. 2002;288(13):1589-1593.
151. Goyal M, Mehta RL, Schneiderman LJ, Sehgal AR. Consequences of Selling a Kidney in India. Letter to the Editor. JAMA. 2003;289(6):699.
152. Schneiderman LJ, Gilmer T, Teetzel H. The Rise and Fall of Death: The Plateau of Futility. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2003:12(3):308-309.
153. Jeste DV, Dunn LB, Palmer BW, Saks E, Haplain M, Cook A, Appelbaum P, Schneiderman LJ. A collaborative model for research on decisional capacity and informed consent in older patients with schizophrenia: Bioethics unit of a geriatric psychiatry intervention research center. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2003:171(1)68-74. Epub May 27, 2003.
154. Schneiderman LJ. The (Alternative) Medicalization of Life. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics. 2003:31:191-197.
155. Schneiderman LJ, Gilmer T, Teetzel HD, Dugan DO, Blustein J, Cranford R, Briggs KB, Komatsu GI, Goodman-Crews P, Cohn F, Young E. W.D. Effect of Ethics Consultations on Nonbeneficial Life-Sustaining Treatments in the Intensive Care Setting: A Randomized Controlled Trial. JAMA 2003:290(9)1166-1172.
156. Schneiderman LJ, Gilmer T, Teetzel HD, Dugan DO, Blustein J, Cranford R, Briggs KB, Komatsu GI, Goodman-Crews P, Cohn F, Young E. W.D. Ethics Consultation in the Intensive Care Unit. Letter to the Editor. JAMA 2003:290(24)3191-3192.
157. Schneiderman LJ, Gilmer T, Teetzel HD, Dugan DO, Blustein J, Cranford R, Briggs KB, Komatsu GI, Goodman-Crews P, Cohn F, Young EWD. Ethics consultations reduced hospital, ICU, and ventilation days in patients who died before hospital discharge in the ICU. ACP Journal Club 2004;140(2):36. (Reprinted in Evidenced-Based Nursing 2004;7:53.)
158. Schneiderman LJ. A Physician’s Analysis. In: White BC, Zimbelman JA, ed. Moral Dilemmas in Community Health Care, New York, NY: Pearson Longman 2005:299-301.
159. Schneiderman LJ. Physician-Assisted Dying. [Book Review] JAMA 2005:293(4)501.
160. Schneiderman LJ. The Perils of Hope. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2005;14:235-239.
161. Schneiderman LJ. “Medical ethicists and judges at the bedside: the case of Robert Wendland” in Jordens C, Kerridge I, Selgelid M, editors. Policing Virtue? Proceedings of the 7th annual seminar of the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine; 2004 May 28; Sydney Australia. Sydney: VELIM; 2004.
162. Gilmer T, Schneiderman LJ, Teetzel H, Blustein J, Briggs K, Cohn F, Cranford R, Dugan D, Komatsu G, Young E. The Costs of Nonbeneficial Treatment in the Intensive Care Setting. Health Affairs 2005;24(4)961-971.
163. Schneiderman LJ, Gilmer T. Ethics and Futility. Letter to the Editor. Health Affairs 2005;24(5)1376-1380.
164. Schneiderman, Lawrence J. Ethics consultation in the intensive care unit. Curr Opin Crit Care 2005;11:600-604.
165. Schneiderman LJ, Gilmer, T, Teetzel HD, Dugan DO, Goodman-Crews P, Cohn F. Dissatisfaction with Ethics Consultations: The Anna Karenina Principle. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2006;15:101-106.
166. Schneiderman, Lawrence J. Effect of ethics consultations in the intensive care unit. Crit Care Med 2006 Vol. 34; No. 11 (Suppl.) S359-S363.
167. Mularski RA, Curtis JR, Billings JA, Burt R, Byock I, Fuhrman C, Mosenthal AC, Medina J, Ray DE, Rubenfeld GD, Schneiderman LJ, Treece PD, Truog RD, Levy MM. Proposed quality measures for palliative care in the critically ill: A consensus from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Critical Care Workgroup. Crit Care Med 2006 Vol. 34, No. 11 (Suppl.) S404-S411.
168. Cohn F, Goodman-Crews P, Rudman W, Schneiderman LJ, Waldman E. Proactive ethics consultation in the ICU: a comparison of value perceived by healthcare professionals and recipients. J Clin Ethics 2007 Summer;18(2):140-7.
169. Hofmann, PB and Schneiderman, LJ. Physicians Should Not Always Pursue a Good “Clinical” Outcome. Hastings Center Report. 2007 (May-June); 37:3 49.
170. Schneiderman, L.J. The Media and the Medical Market. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics (2007), 16, 420-424.
171. Schneiderman, L.J. Embracing Our Mortality: Hard Choices in an Age of Medical Miracles. Oxford University Press, 2008. “Outstanding Academic Titles for 2009.” (CHOICE)
172. Schneiderman, L.J. Learning from Literature – Literature, Medicine, and the Good Doctor. San Francisco Magazine, Vol.81 No.6 July/August 2008, 24-25.
173. Dubler, Nancy N., Arnold R, Asch A, Aulisio M, Bergman E, Berkowitz K, Ettinger K, Eves M, Fins J, Frader J, Lehmann L, Lipman H, Lo B, Majumber M, Powell T, Ramanathan R, Richmond L, Salvatore R, Schneiderman L, Spike J, Sulmasey D, Tarzian A, Charting the Future: Credentialing, Privileging, Quality and Evaluation in Clinical Ethics Consultation. The Hastings Center Report. 2009 (November-December); 39:6 23-33.
174. Schneiderman L.J., Jecker NS. Wrong Medicine: Doctors, Patients, and Futile Treatment. Second Edition, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, 2011.
175. Schneiderman L.J. Defining medical futility and improving medical care. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 2011;8(2):123-131. (Online First 3/20/2011.)
176. Schneiderman L.J. Rationing Just Medical Care. American Journal of Bioethics,2011;11(7):7-14.
177. Schneiderman L.J. Response to Open Peer Commentaries on “Rationing Just Medical Care.” American Journal of Bioethics, 11(10):W1-W3, 2011      178.Schneiderman L.J., De Ridder M. Medical Futility, Handbook of Clinical Neurology, 2013;118:167-79.
179. Andereck WS, McGaughey JW, Schneiderman LJ, Jonsen AR. Seeking to Reduce Nonbeneficial Treatment in the ICU: An Exploratory Trial of Proactive Ethics Intervention, Critical Care Medicine 2014 April; 42(4):824-30.
180. Rosoff PM, Schneiderman, LJ. Irrational Exuberance: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation as Fetish, American Journal of Bioethics, 2017; 17(2):26-34.
181. Rosoff PM, Schneiderman LJ, Response to Open Peer Commentaries on “Irrational Exuberance: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation as Fetish”, American Journal of Bioethics, 2017;17(2):W1-W3.
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