LEONARD MICHAEL FLECK, PH.D.

Center for Ethics and Humanities
C-208 East Fee Hall
Michigan State University
East Lansing,...
Care, and the Good Society" for Goshen General Hospital, funded by a grant from the
Indiana Committee for the Humanities, ...
Graduated with a Ph.D. in philosophy. The title of my dissertation was "G.H. Mead's
Pragmatic Theory of Knowledge." The di...
I. TEACHING

       NOTE: Listed below are my teaching responsibilities for roughly 2000-2001. In any
given year for the p...
Doctoral Committee reviewing thesis of Cheryl Brandsen (Sum/Fall, 2000; Spring 2001)
       Doctoral Guidance Committees f...
Seminar: Policy Analysis and Contemporary Policy Issues
Seminar: Health Care Policy and Health Administration
Seminar: Eth...
II. RESEARCH

                               A. MAJOR PUBLICATIONS



BOOK: Just Caring: The Ethical Challenges of Health ...
“Genetics, Ethics, and Policy: Issues in Medical Practice,” Web essay for session 7 of
      the SCCD ethics module, HM 54...
Research: An Ethics Note,@ 39-42.

“On Being Genetically ‘Irresponsible’,”(equal author) with Judith Andre, Tom Tomlinson,...
Group] Lancet, 347 (April 20, 1996), 1091-95.



“Just Caring: Assisted Suicide and Health Care Rationing,” University of ...
"Just Caring: In Defense of the Oregon Medicaid Rationing Experiment," paper prepared
       as testimony for a hearing be...
"Just Health Care (II): Is Equality Too Much?" Theoretical Medicine 10 (October, 1989),
       301-10.

"Pricing Human Lif...
"DRGs: Justice and the Invisible Rationing of Health Care Resources," The Journal of
     Medicine and Philosophy, 12 (May...
"The Liberating Function of Philosophy in Education," Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 10
      (Winter, 1979), pp. 2-11. T...
B. MAJOR ACADEMIC PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS


“Shock and Awe: Embracing the Coming Post-Ethical Health Care System,” paper
    ...
“Priority-Setting, Health Care Justice, and the Least Well Off: Are Persons with
       Disabilities Vulnerable to Unjust ...
“Just Caring: Managed Care, Rationing, and the Role of Rational Democratic
       Deliberation,” for national conference t...
conference of the American and European Associations for Cancer Education,
      Washington, D.C. (Nov. 2-4, 2000).

“Info...
Care,” paper presented at American Association of Bioethics meeting in San
      Francisco (Nov., 1996), 51 pp. in manuscr...
"Just Caring: A Critical Assessment of National Health Care Proposals," paper prepared
       for conference "Economic Ref...
sponsored by the Poynter Center at Indiana University-Bloomington (April, 1989).

"Moral Implications of the Shifting Powe...
force in the affairs of society. I argue for a new conception of the role of the
      university that resolves this confl...
"Putting a Price on Human Life: Moral Dilemmas for the Public Policymaker," as the
       first presentation in the Dean's...
C. MAJOR ACADEMIC REPORTS

Communities of Color and Genetics Policy: A Summary Dialogue Report, for the NIH ELSI
     proj...
these papers. This volume is about 600 pages in length.

Aspirations for the '80s: A Working Agenda (Summary version, 1982...
D. MINOR PUBLICATIONS


“The Great Awakening: How To Accomplish the Reform that Justice Requires,”
      Hastings Center R...
“Can Rationing be Fair?” The Hastings Center Report 32 (Sept./Oct., 2002), 4-5.

“New MERN Summer Conferences,” essay in E...
AMy Conscience, Your Money,@ case and case commentary reprinted in Cases in Bioethics,
     edited by Bette-Jane Crigger (...
Act,@ Ethics-in-Formation (March, 1996), 4, 11.

AMrs. Peake=s Leg: A Moral Conundrum in Managed Care,@ Ethics-in-Formatio...
Report (Summer, 1994), 1-3.

"Health Care Reform: The Ethical Challenge," MSU Alumni Magazine (Fall,
       1994), 24-27.
...
"Choice or Chance: Advance Directives and Moral Responsibilities of Physicians," Michigan
             State M.D. (Winter,...
"Oregon and Health Care Rationing: The Debate Continues," Ethics-In-Formation, 3
      (September, 1991), 8, 14.

"The Rea...
Commentary on medical ethics case titled "Minor Referral" for the journal PA88, 5(April,
            1988), 111-112.

"Man...
Review of Research Guide in Philosophy, by Martin Bertman,          Teaching Philosophy, 2
            (Spring, 1977), pp....
III. OUTREACH

“Surgery and Ulysses Contracts Required by the Surgeon,” case analysis for
      Surgical staff and ethics ...
“Ethical Challenges in University-Based Research,” workshop for the Graduate
      School, Kellogg Center (Oct. 2007).

CO...
Medical center (March, 2007).

“Taking Care: Ethical Challenges in the Care of Patients with Dementia,” lecture/
      wor...
“Intensive Bioethics Workshops: Introductory and Advanced” for MERN (Cadillac,
       MI (June, 2006). The advanced versio...
“Ethics, Genetics, and Social Work: Three Cases,” Workshop for MERN Annual
      Meeting Conference in Novi MI (May 2005)....
“Intensive Bioethics Workshops” for medical faculty at the University of Louisville
       College of Medicine, May 18-21,...
“Just Caring: Last Chance Therapies and the Scope of the Disability Critique,”
       lecture and workshop for Advanced Bi...
“Medical Futility: When is Enough Enough?” noon conference at Sparrow Hospital
      in Lansing (June, 2003).

“Personal R...
“Death by Chance or Choice,” Lecture/ workshop, Second Annual Bioethics
      Seminar, Mid-Michigan Medical Center, Midlan...
MI (Sept., 2001).

“Research Ethics in Academia,” lecture and workshop for Graduate School, Michigan
       State Universi...
AEnd of Life Decisionmaking: Who Should Decide? What Should be Decided?: Stroke
Patients,@
        lecture and workshop fo...
AJust Caring: Managed Care, Ob/Gyns, and Health Care Rationing,@ workshop for Ob/Gyn
       residents from Michigan in Nov...
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  1. 1. LEONARD MICHAEL FLECK, PH.D. Center for Ethics and Humanities C-208 East Fee Hall Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 48824-1316 (517) 355-7552 E-mail: fleck@msu.edu PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS Professor of Philosophy and Medical Ethics, Philosophy Dept. and Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences, College of Arts and Letters/ College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University (1994- Co-Principal Investigator for the NIH, ELSI Program [Ethical, Legal, Social Implications of the Human Genome Project] funded project “Communities of Color and Genetics Policy” (1998-2002). This is a joint project of the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Tuskegee University. Co-Principal Investigator for the NIH, ELSI Program [Ethical, Legal, Social Implications of the Human Genome Project] funded project “Genome Technology and Reproduction: Values and Public Policy,” (1995-98). This was a joint University of Michigan and Michigan State University project funded for $1.1 million. Member of Hillary Rodham Clinton Task Force on Health Reform, Working Group #17, "Ethical Foundations of the New Health Care System," Washington, D.C. (March-May, 1993). Associate Professor of Medical Humanities [Medical Ethics and Health Policy], Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences; Associate Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Michigan State University, East Lansing (1988-94 ). Director of the statewide community education/ policy analysis project "Just Caring: Justice, Health Care, and the Good Society" under a Kellogg AULEG grant (1990-92 ). Staff Ethicist for the Governor's Task Force on Access to Health Care (Michigan) (1989-90). Director of the professional education projects "Health Care Policy for the Future: Issues of Justice," and "Managing Medicaid for the 1990's: Balancing Equity and Efficiency," designed for the policy and management staff of the Michigan Medicaid Program, under a grant from the Michigan Department of Social Services (1988-89). Assistant Professor of Medical Humanities [Medical Ethics and Health Policy], Medical Humanities Program, Michigan State University, East Lansing (1985-88). Director of the community education/policy analysis project "Just Caring: Justice, Health 1
  2. 2. Care, and the Good Society" for Goshen General Hospital, funded by a grant from the Indiana Committee for the Humanities, (1985-87). Director of the community education/policy analysis project "Pricing Human Life: Moral and Public Policy Dilemmas" in Flint, Michigan, funded by a grant from the Michigan Council for the Humanities, spring and summer, 1986. Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy/Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University at South Bend (1976-85), with title variations depending on teaching responsibilities. A portion of this position always involved writing grants and directing grant projects as described below. Director of the community needs assessment/social entrepreneur development project "Visions in Progress," funded with a grant from the Bowsher-Booher Foundation to the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University at South Bend, (1985-86). Director of the community education/leadership development project "Images and Ideals/ Challenges and Choices: Seeking an Agenda for the '80s," funded with grants from the Indiana Committee for the Humanities and matching private corporate contributions, (1980-84). Co-Director of the management training project "Preparing for the '80s: Workshops for Public Officials," (1979-80). Co-Director of the region-wide (24 counties) project "The Search for Health: Alternatives in Care, Conflicting Rights, Uncertain Responsibilities," for the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, funded by a grant from the Indiana Committee for the Humanities (1976-78). Assistant Professor of Philosophy at St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana (1975-76). Acting Chairman of the Philosophy Department at St. Mary's College (1972-74). Instructor in Philosophy at St. Mary's College (1971-75). Full-time Instructor in Philosophy at St. Louis University (1969-71). EDUCATION Loyola University (Chicago) A.B. (1966) Major in Philosophy. St. Louis University 9/66-6/71 Ph.D. (1975). 2
  3. 3. Graduated with a Ph.D. in philosophy. The title of my dissertation was "G.H. Mead's Pragmatic Theory of Knowledge." The dissertation was directed by Professor James D. Collins. PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION University Distinguished Faculty Award from Michigan State University (2003). Distinguished Faculty Award, College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University (2003). Elected Fellow of The Hastings Center (June, 2002) 100 People to Watch in the New Millenium Lansing State Journal (Jan. 2000). I was identified and pictured as one of those 100 people because of my work in genetics and community dialogue. Ernest A. Lynton Award for Faculty Professional Service and Academic Outreach, to be presented at conference of the American Association of Higher Education, San Diego CA (Jan., 1999) Summer fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities to participate in a seminar at the University of Wisconsin with Professor Marcus Singer, a very distinguished member of the Philosophy Department there. The title of the seminar was "Justification and Proof in Ethics." Summer stipend ($3,000) from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the summer of 1984 to continue work on my book Pricing Human Life: Moral and Public Policy Dilemmas. An NEH Summer Fellowship for College Teachers to participate in a series of seminars on ethics and the social services at the State University of New York-Binghamton (1982)--- declined because of late notification and conflicting commitment. An NEH Summer Fellowship for College Teachers to the University of Minnesota to participate in a seminar on ideals and utopias with Mulford Q. Sibley (1977). Three-year NDEA Fellowship to St. Louis University (1966-69). PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American Philosophical Association (Central Division) The Hastings Center American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Medical Ethics Resource Network of Michigan American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics 3
  4. 4. I. TEACHING NOTE: Listed below are my teaching responsibilities for roughly 2000-2001. In any given year for the past ten years this is roughly what my teaching responsibilities have looked like. This remains roughly accurate for 2006-07; 2007-2008. In the fall of 2004 I taught a section of PHL 344 and my graduate seminar on health care justice: PHL 870. In the Winter of 2005 I taught a Freshman Seminar under the title “Pricing Human Life: Ethics and Public Policy.” In the Fall of 2006 I taught an advanced special topics bioethics course PHL 444, “Ethical and Policy Challenges in Genetics and the New Reproductive Technologies.” All the other items below have their analogues in 2006-07. In the Fall of 2008 I will be doing my Graduate seminar again on “Health Care Justice.” We have been doing more residency ethics teaching in the past couple years. Director of College of Human Medicine course, HM 546/547, Social Context of Clinical Decisionmaking, 1991-present Introductory lectures for HM 546 (3 contact hours) (Fall, 2001)[HM= Human Medicine] Ethics module small group teaching for HM 546, 2 sections, (24 contact hours) (Fall, 2001) Judging Integrative Exercise presentations (8 contact hours) (Winter, 2001) Integrative module small group precepting, HM 547 (Winter, 2000); 12 contact hours Topic: Hereditary Hemachromatosis: Ethical and Policy Issues Integrative module small group precepting HM 547. (Winter 2001); 12 contact hours Topic: Bone Mineral Density Testing: Ethical and Policy Issues Developing readings and introductory materials for three different Integrative Exercise Groups [Access to Protease Inhibitors for HIV+ individuals in Managed Care; Genetic Testing for Alzheimer=s Disease in Managed Care; Genetic Testing for BRCA1/BRCA2 Genes in Managed Care] Concept paper and curriculum development for new CHM experience for first and second year students titled “Longitudinal Chronic Illness Patient Care Experience”: developing the “advanced directive” exercise for the SCCD ethics module, and the “health policy” exercise for the SCCD policy module Teaching PHL 344 as guest lecturer for Martin Benjamin, Brooke Purves, Bruce Miller (8 contact hours) (Spring, 2000) (Fall, 2000 for Benjamin) (Summer, 2000 for Purves) Teaching Graduate Course PHL 870 (Winter 2000); “Health Care Justice” 45 contact hrs Large group lecture for HM 536 domain on ethical issues related to care of AIDS patients (2 contact hours) (Sept. 2000) PHL 890 independent study for Birgitta Sudjak (3 credit hours, Fall of 2000) PHL 490 directed readings course on ethics/ genetics/ reproductive decisionmaking for Jill Orler (Fall, 2000) Directing Master’s Theses for David Ross and Birgitta Sudjak (Summer/Fall, 2000) 4
  5. 5. Doctoral Committee reviewing thesis of Cheryl Brandsen (Sum/Fall, 2000; Spring 2001) Doctoral Guidance Committees for Kyungsuk Choi and Allison Wolf Lecture and Case analysis on ethical issues in Ob/Gyn for Ob/Gyn residents in southeast Michigan, Farmington Hills (2 contact hours). Summer teaching mentoring of Brooke Purves (graduate student) for Philosophy Teaching OST 519 for second-year COM students (large and small group) (26 contact hrs) [COM = College of Osteopathic Medicine] Mentoring Philosophy and Medicine graduate students every other week (1 hr each meeting) (Fall, 2000) Teaching PHL 344, “Issues in Health Care Ethics,” section of 40 students, 60 contact hours (Fall, 2001). These were mostly third-year nursing students. “Just Caring: Health Care Reform and Health Care Rationing/Emerging Moral and Political Challenges,” two lectures for Peter V-J HST 425 class (April, 2000). “Ethical Issues in Withdrawing Life-Sustaining Care,” lecture for noon conference for Internal Medicine at Hurley Medical Center, Flint MI (Nov. 2000). “Ethical Issues in Ob/Gyn: Practice and Policy,” lecture and discussion with Ob/Gyn residents connected to MSU, Fee Hall (Oct. 2000) (1.5 hrs); I also did a similar two-hour session for the COGMET Ob/Gyn residents in Okemos (Feb. 2000, also Feb., 2001). “Ethical Issues in Radiology: Medical Error,” Radiology Residents, East Lansing (Feb., 2001). I. TEACHING (prior to/ other than Michigan State University) University of Michigan-Flint (1988-present) HCR 504/507 “Health Care Ethics”; evening course every Fall for graduate physical therapy Students HCR 304 “Ethical Issues in Medicine”; evening course every Spring for undergraduate Students with a range of disciplinary backgrounds Indiana University at South Bend (1976-85) Philosophy Dept. An Introduction to Philosophy Philosophy and Practice Logic Contemporary Moral Problems Medical Ethics American Philosophy Social and Political Philosophy: Utopias School of Public and Environmental Affairs (Policy Analysis/Health Policy Program) An Introduction to Public and Environmental Affairs Seminar: Values and the Policy Process 5
  6. 6. Seminar: Policy Analysis and Contemporary Policy Issues Seminar: Health Care Policy and Health Administration Seminar: Ethics, Business and Public Policy Seminar: Citizen Participation Strategies Seminar: Ethics, Economics, and Contemporary Public Policy Seminar: Corporate Responsibility (lunch-time, downtown experimental seminar). Seminar in Health Care Administration (graduate). Honors Seminar: Pricing Human Life: Moral and Public Policy Dilemmas. Health Care in the '80s: Critical Moral Issues in Health Care Policy and Administration Health Care Policy: Cost Containment Strategies (graduate). St. Mary's College (1971-76) [South Bend, IN] Philosophy: An Historical Introduction Philosophy and Practice Metaphysics Theory of Knowledge Ethical Theories Medical Ethics 17th Century Philosophy 18th Century Philosophy 19th Century Philosophy Trends in Contemporary Philosophy Contemporary Humanisms American Philosophy: The Classic Figures American Philosophy: Reason and Revolution Seminar: John Dewey Seminar: William James Seminar: Myth, Symbol and Society Seminar: Human Freedom 6
  7. 7. II. RESEARCH A. MAJOR PUBLICATIONS BOOK: Just Caring: The Ethical Challenges of Health Care Rationing and Democratic Deliberation (Oxford University Press, early 2009), 820 pages in manuscript. “Regulating Reproductive Technologies: Can We Trust Democratic Deliberation?” Hastings Center Report, 37 (July/August, 2007), 22-25. “Ethical Considerations Related to Obesity Intervention,” chapter for volume titled: Obesity in Childhood and Adolescence: Understanding Development and Prevention, Vol. II edited by Hi Fitzgerald and Dele Davis (Greenwood Press, 2007), 271-303. This chapter was done with Karen Petersmark. “The Costs of Caring: Who Pays? Who Profits? Who Panders?” Hastings Center Report, 36 (May/June, 2006), 13-17. “Priority for Public Health: Contemporary Challenges for Health Care Justice,” chapter in The Blackwell Guide to Medical Ethics, edited by Rosamond Rhodes, Anita Silvers and Margaret Pabst Battin (Blackwell Publishing, 2006), 323-40. “Just Caring: The Ethical Challenges of Health Care Reform in the USA,” chapter in Distributing Health Care: Principles, Practices, and Policies, edited by Niall Maclean (University of St. Andrews Press, 2007), 141-87. “Behavioral Genetics: Philosophical and Ethical Issues,” essay for third edition of The Encyclopedia of Bioethics, edited by Stephen Post (Macmillan, 2004), Vol. 2, pp. 978-85. “How Do You Create a Public Conversation about Behavioral Genetics?” chapter in Wrestling With Behavioral Genetics: Implications For Understanding Selves and Society, edited by Erik Parens, Audrey Chapman, and Nancy Press (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005), chapter 13, 257-85. “Sharing Genetic Information: What is a Minimally Decent Sibling to Do?” Newsletter for Philosophy and Medicine, American Philosophical Association (Spring, 2004), pp. 35-39. “Children and Organ Donation: Some Cautionary Remarks,” paper for special issue of Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, edited by Mark Sheldon Vol. 13 (Spring, 2004), 161-66. 7
  8. 8. “Genetics, Ethics, and Policy: Issues in Medical Practice,” Web essay for session 7 of the SCCD ethics module, HM 546. http://www.msu.edu/course/hm/546/week_7.htm “Just Caring: Oregon, Health Care Rationing, and Informed Democratic Deliberation,” reprinted (from 1994) in Contemporary Issues in Bioethics, edited by Tom Beauchamp and Leroy Walters, Sixth Edition (Wadsworth, 2003), 100-06. “Please Don’t Tell: Case and Commentary,” (reprinted from 1991) in Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine, edited by John Arras and Bonnie Steinbock, Sixth Edition (McGraw Hill, 2003), 117-19. “Ethics and Consent to Treat Issues in Acute Stroke Therapy,” (with Oliver Hayes), Clinics of North America for Emergency Medicine 20 (Aug., 2002) 703-15. “Last Chance Therapies: Can a Just and Caring Society Do Health Care Rationing When Life Itself is at Stake?” Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics, 2 (Spring, 2002), 255-98. “Health Reform Requires Health Care Rationing,” The Hastings Center Report, 32 (March/April, 2002), 35-36. “Just Caring: Do Future Possible Children Have a Just Claim to a Sufficiently Healthy Genome?” chapter for Health Care and Social Justice, edited by Rosamond Rhodes, Anita Silvers, and Margaret Battin (Oxford University Press, 2002), 446-457. “Health Care Justice and Rational Democratic Deliberation,” essay commenting on lead paper by Norman Daniels titled “Justice, Health, and Health Care,” The American Journal of Bioethics, 1 (Spring, 2001), 20-21. Review of “Pricing Life: Why It’s Time for Health Care Rationing,” by Peter Ubel in Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 10 (Spring, 2001), 214-18. “Just Caring: Managed Care and Protease Inhibitors,” Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine, 5th edition, edited by John Arras and Bonnie Steinbock (Mayfield Publishing, 1999), 679-86. This essay has also been reprinted in Intervention and Reflection, 6th edition, edited by Ronald Munson (Wadsworth Publishing, 2000), 767-73. “Ethical Issues in Gene Therapy,” in An Introduction to Molecular Medicine and Gene Therapy, edited by Thomas Kressina (John Wiley, 2000), 319-46; also a portion of another chapter in that book under the title AHuman Embryonic Stem Cell 8
  9. 9. Research: An Ethics Note,@ 39-42. “On Being Genetically ‘Irresponsible’,”(equal author) with Judith Andre, Tom Tomlinson, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 10 (June, 2000), 129-46. “Respect for Patient Values: Competent Patient Decisions,” Web essay for Week 1 of ethics module of HM 546, (Aug., 2000) roughly 22 double-spaced pages in length at: http://www.course/hm/546w1_intro. “The Role of Universities in the Construction of Public Reason,” Journal of Public Service and Outreach, 4 (Dec. 1999), 34-42. “Training Tomorrow’s Clinicians Today: Managed Care Essentials/ A Process for Curriculum Development,” by Christopher Colenda, Wadland, Hayes, Anderson, Priester, Pearson, Keefe, Fleck for The American Journal of Managed Care 6 (May, 2000), 561-72 “PUREPAP Rescreening: Plan and Physician Obligations to Patient and Population,” chapter in Ethical Challenges in Managed Care: A Casebook Minnesota Center for Health Care Ethics, edited by Karen Gervais and others, (Georgetown University Press, 1999), 17-26. “Improving Our Aim,” with Judith Andre (lead author) and Tom Tomlinson, paper prepared for special issue of Journal of Medicine and Philosophy on the theme of bioethics and the media, edited by Haavi Morreim, 24 (1999), 130-47. “Justice, Rights, and AD Genetics,” chapter for volume Ethics, Genetics, and Alzheimer’s Disease, edited by Stephen Post and Peter Whitehouse (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998), 190-208. “The Clinical Introduction of Genetic Testing for Alzheimer Disease: An Ethical Perspective,’[with 21 other authors] JAMA, 277 (March 12, 1997), 832-36. “Multi-Organ Procurement for Transplantation: Ethical and Religious Issues,” chapter In volume The Multi-Organ Donor, edited by Higgens, Baldwin, Sanchez, Lorber (Blackwell Science, 1997), 59-80. ‘Just Caring: The Moral and Economic Costs of APOE Genotyping for Alzheimer’s Disease,” in Apolipoprotein E Genotyping in Alzheimer’s Disease, edited by Norman Relkin, Zaven Khachaturian et al. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, Vol. 802 (Dec., 1996), 128-38. “Apolipoprotein E Gentyping in Alzheimer’s Disease,” [with 19 other authors, under the auspices of The National Institute on Aging/ Alzheimer’s Association Working 9
  10. 10. Group] Lancet, 347 (April 20, 1996), 1091-95. “Just Caring: Assisted Suicide and Health Care Rationing,” University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, Symposium Issue: Assisted Suicide, Health Care, and Medical Treatment Choices, 72 (Summer, 1995), 873-900. "Just Caring: Facing the Ethical Challenges of Managed Care," [with Harriet Squier, M.D.] Family Practice Management, 2 (October, 1995), 48-55. "Just Genetics: A Problem Agenda," paper prepared for conference "Justice and the Human Genome," sponsored by the University of Illinois-Chicago College of Medicine (November, 1991). A revised and expanded version of this paper was completed in early 1992 and has been published as part of a volume of conference proceedings, Justice and the Human Genome Project, edited by Marc Lappe and Tim Murphy, (University of California Press, 1994), 133-52. "Just Caring: Oregon, Health Care Rationing, and Informed Democratic Deliberation," The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 19 (Aug., 1994), 367-88. "Just Caring: Health Reform and Health Care Rationing," The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 19 (Oct. 1994), 435-43. "Justice, Age Rationing, and the Problem of Identifiable Lives," chapter in Health Care for an Aging Population, edited by Chris Hackler (State University of New York Press, 1994), 93-105. "Just Caring: Lessons from Oregon and Canada," chapter in Health Care for an Aging Population, edited by Chris Hackler (State University of New York Press, 1994), 177-98. “Just Health Care Rationing: A Democratic Decisionmaking Approach," invited paper for the symposium The Law and Policy of Health Care Rationing: Models and Accountability for the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Vol. 140 (May, 1992), 1597-1636. "Health Care Reform in Michigan: Problems, Policies, and Prospects," with Carol Weissert and Andrew Hogan, chapter in volume from Michigan State University Press (1993). "Just Caring: An Experiment in Health Policy Formation," as a chapter in book Improving Access to Health Care: What Can the States Do? edited by Andrew Hogan and Steve Woodbury (Upjohn Institute, 1991), 233-62. This is a version of the paper that I did for the Governor's Task Force on Access to Health Care. 10
  11. 11. "Just Caring: In Defense of the Oregon Medicaid Rationing Experiment," paper prepared as testimony for a hearing before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Congress of the United States, chaired by Henry Waxman (Sept. 16, 1991), published under the title Oregon Medicaid Rationing Experiment Serial No. 102-49, (Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office, 1991), 230-51. "The Oregon Medicaid Experiment: Is It Just Enough?" Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 9 (Fall, 1990) 201-17. Paper presented at the Third International Conference on Justice in Health Care in Chicago (October, 1990). "Is National Health Insurance Congruent with Liberalism?" paper presented at annual meeting of the North American Society for Social Philosophy, University of Vermont (August, 1990). This has been published in a volume of conference proceedings, edited by Professor Yaeger Hudson and Creighton Peden for the Edwin Mellen Press (1991) under the title Communitarianism, Liberalism and Social Responsibility, pp.199-216. "Justice, HMOs, and the Invisible Rationing of Health Care Resources," in volume titled Efficacy in Health Care, essays from the First International Conference on Justice in Health Care, edited by Andrew Griffin (Chicago: 1990). This is a reprint (mostly) of the same paper published earlier in 1990 in Bioethics. "National Health Insurance: How Just Must We Be?" chapter in Biomedical Ethics Reviews: National Health Insurance: For and Against, edited by James Humber and Robert Almeder (New York: Humana Press, 1991), 131-90. "Justice, HMOs, and the Invisible Rationing of Health Care Resources," Bioethics, 4 (April, 1990), 97-120. "Pricing Human Life: The Moral Costs of Medical Progress," Centennial Review, 34 (Spring, 1990), 227-54. "Health Care and the Uninsured: Choosing a Just Social Policy," paper prepared for the Governor's Task Force on Access to Health Care (August, 1989), published in The Governor's Task Force on Access to Health Care: Background Research Papers, Vol. III (July, 1990), 109-18. "Just Caring: An Experiment in Health Policy Formation," paper prepared for the Governor's Task Force on Access to Health Care (October, 1989), published in The Governor's Task Force on Access to Health Care: Background Research Papers, Vol. III (July, 1990), 335-47. "Just Health Care (I): Is Beneficence Enough?" Theoretical Medicine 10 (June, 1989), 167-82. 11
  12. 12. "Just Health Care (II): Is Equality Too Much?" Theoretical Medicine 10 (October, 1989), 301-10. "Pricing Human Life: The Visibility Issue," in Freedom, Equality and Social Change, edited by Creighton Peden and James Sterba (New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1989), 286-99. This paper was originally presented at a conference sponsored by the North American Society for Social Philosophy in Colorado Springs (Summer, 1985). "Surrogate Motherhood: Is It Morally Equivalent to Selling Babies?" Logos, 9 (1988), 135-145. This paper was originally delivered at a conference at the University of Santa Clara in April of 1988. The topic of the conference (and the theme of this issue of the journal) was "Manufactured Motherhood: The Ethics of the New Reproductive Techniques." "Evaluating Executive Ethics: Is the ACHE Code Enough?" Michigan Hospitals, 24(December, 1988), 13-18. Earlier this paper was presented at a conference sponsored by The Ethics Center at Mercy College (Detroit) for health care executives. "Moral Implications of the Shifting Power Equilibrium in Hospitals: From Medical Monopolization to Managerial Mandaranism," paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Health and Human Values in Chicago (November, 1988), 39 pp. in manuscript. This paper was the subject of the lead article in the newsletter Hospital Ethics, 5 (Feb. 1989) published by the American Hospital Association, under the title "Power Shifts Lead to Moral Twilight Zone for Hospitals." Confidentiality, ethics module prepared for MERN and distributed to hospital ethics committees in Michigan (1990), 80 pp. 12
  13. 13. "DRGs: Justice and the Invisible Rationing of Health Care Resources," The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 12 (May, 1987), pp. 165-96. A shorter version of this paper was presented as a workshop at the Annual Meeting of The Society for Health and Human Values, New Orleans (October, 1986). "Decisions of Justice and Health Care," Journal of Gerontological Nursing, (March, 1987), pp. 40-46. "The War Between Technology and Health Care Costs," OR Nurse 9 (Sept., 1987), 15-21. "The Physician and the Rationing of Health Care Resources," for The Philosophy and Medicine Newsletter, (Summer, 1987), 1-3. "Confidentiality: Moral Obligation or Outmoded Concept," Health Progress, 67 (May, 1986), pp. 17-20, 61. This paper has also been reprinted with permission in the Journal of the American Medical Records Association (1986). Just Caring: Justice, Health Care, and the Good Society: An Agenda for Community Inquiry (Goshen Hospital Found., 1987), 36pp. This booklet was distributed to the Goshen community. It represented the results/ recommendations from the original version of the "Just Caring" project (1985-87). "Mending Mother Nature: Alpha, Beta, and Omega Pills," Philosophical Studies, 46 (November, 1984), pp. 381-93. This paper is a response to James Montmarquet's paper "Messing with Mother Nature: Fleck and the Omega Pill," also published in Philosophical Studies. His paper was a critique of my earlier paper "Abortion, Deformed Fetuses and the Omega Pill," published in that journal in 1979. "Indiana in the Eighties: The Politics and Policy of Retrenching and Reneging," in Politics and Policy in Indiana: Prospects for Change in State and Local Government, edited by William Hojnacki, Kendall-Hunt Publishing Company, 1982, pp. 167-99. "Pricing Human Life: Moral and Public Policy Dilemmas," published in Making Medical Decisions, Edited by Patrick Herrmann (Northern Indiana Health Systems Agency, 1982), pp. 60-75. This volume represents the proceedings of a conference sponsored by the Health Systems Agency and the Indiana Committee for the Humanities. "Science Fiction as a Tool of Speculative Philosophy: A Philosophic Analysis of Selected Anarchistic Utopian Themes in LeGuin's The Dispossessed," in Selected Proceedings of the Science Fiction Research Association (1978) National Conference, edited by Thomas Remington, Cedar Falls, Iowa. University of Northern Iowa Press, 1979, pp. 133-145. Seventeen papers were selected for this volume out of 49 conference papers.
  14. 14. "The Liberating Function of Philosophy in Education," Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 10 (Winter, 1979), pp. 2-11. This paper had been presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for General and Liberal Studies, Drake University (October, 1978). "Abortion, Deformed Fetuses, and the Omega Pill," Philosophical Studies, 36 (October, 1979), pp. 271-283. This paper was first presented at a Philosophy Department colloquium at the University of Notre Dame, and subsequently at the Fall (1976) meeting of the Indiana Philosophical Association. By special request, the paper was later presented at a Philosophy Department colloquium at Purdue University (May, 1980). "Mead on Knowledge and Action," presented before the American Catholic Philosophical Association in Montreal (April, 1973). This paper was subsequently published in the Proceedings of the ACPA, Vol. 47, pp. 76-87.
  15. 15. B. MAJOR ACADEMIC PAPERS/PRESENTATIONS “Shock and Awe: Embracing the Coming Post-Ethical Health Care System,” paper to be presented at International Bioethics Conference (Paris, France) June 23-27, 2008. “Justice, Power, and Health Care Workshop,” commentary on presentation by Alex London (Kellogg Center) March 2008. “Just Caring: Making Fair Rationing Decisions Regarding Very Expensive Cancer Drugs,” paper presented at ASBH conference in Washington D.C. (Oct. 2007). “Is Rational Democratic Deliberation Robust Enough to Deliver Fair Health Care Rationing Protocols?” Paper for International Bioethics Conference, Cambridge England (June 18-22, 2007). “Rational Democratic Deliberation and Nanotechnology in Medicine: Ethical and Policy Challenges,” 20-page section of White Paper commissioned by the Director of NIH under the title “ELSI in Biomedical Nanotechnology.” The Hastings Center had the commission to create the paper. Tom Murray and Erik Parens asked me to write this section of the paper. “Confidentiality: Difficult Cases and Difficult Judgments,” lecture sponsored by the Clinical Ethics Center at NIH (Washington, D.C.) December, 2007. “Challenges to Conscience: Quarrels, Quibbles and Quips,” paper for ASBH conference in Denver (Oct. 2006).
  16. 16. “Priority-Setting, Health Care Justice, and the Least Well Off: Are Persons with Disabilities Vulnerable to Unjust Treatment?” paper for International Bioethics Conference, Vrije University Medical Center, Amsterdam (June, 2005). A version of this paper was also presented as part of a panel session at the ASBH conference in Washington D.C. (October, 2005). “Pricing Human Life: Must Health Care Rationing be about Tragic Choices?” Faculty seminar for the Life Sciences and Values Program at the University of Michigan (May, 2004). “Last Chance Therapies: Can a Just and Caring Society do Health Care Rationing When Life itself is at Stake?” Grand Rounds presentation at the University of Michigan Medical Center (Nov., 2003). “Sharing Genetic Information: What is a Minimally Decent Sibling to do?” paper presented as part of panel session titled “Sibling Obligations in the Age of Genetics,” at the Eastern Division meetings of the American Philosophical Association, Washington D.C. (Dec. 2003). “Behavioral Genetics and Public Policy: Do We Need Revisions? Should the Public Have a Role?” Panel presentation that I organized, chaired, and spoke at. Joint meeting of the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, and the Canadian Bioethics Society in Montreal (Oct., 2003). “Can We Talk: Ethical and Policy Issues in Behavioral Genetics,” lecture and workshop for national conference “Can We Talk? Exploring the Ethical Social and Legal Implications of Behavioral Genetics” sponsored by The Hastings Center and AAAS in Washington, D.C. (May, 2003). “Priority-Setting in Health Care: Impediments, Imponderables, and Inabilities,” presentation for ASBH panel session I chaired titled “Why Is It so Hard to Allocate Resources Fairly?” 5th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, Baltimore, MD (Oct. 2002). “Behavioral Genetics and Public Policy: The Role of Rational Democratic Deliberation,” presentation for meeting on behavioral genetics at The Hastings Center in Garrison, NY (June, 2002). “The tPA Stroke Protocol in the ER: Is Presumed Consent Morally Adequate?” for 14th Annual Bioethics Summer Camp, Lake Placid NY (June, 2002). “Rational Democratic Deliberation: Scope, Methods, Objectives, and Other Practical Considerations,” for conference titled “Genetic Literacy and Civic Genetics” at The Hastings Center (Garrison, NY), (April, 2002).
  17. 17. “Just Caring: Managed Care, Rationing, and the Role of Rational Democratic Deliberation,” for national conference titled “Just Health Care: Moral Critique, Outrage, and Response” at Georgetown University, Washington DC, (April, 2002). “Genetics, Science Literacy, Social Values, and Democratic Deliberation,” Presentation for three-part symposium on behavioral genetics, annual meeting of the American Academy for the Advancement of Science, Boston, MA (Feb., 2002). “Communities of Color and Genetics Policy: The Role of Community Dialogue,” two Congressional seminars, one for staff/members of the House of Representatives, The other for staff/members US Senate, Washington D.C. (Feb. 2002). We also had a number of private meetings with various members of Congress aimed at disseminating the results of our NIH ELSI project. “Last Chance Therapies: Can a Just and Caring Society Do Health Care Rationing When Life Itself is at Stake?” Philosophy Dept. Colloquium, Michigan State University (Nov., 2001). “Managed Care, Health Care Rationing, and Last Chance Therapies,” Presentation for American Society of Bioethics and Humanities annual conference, concurrent panel Nashville TN (Oct., 2001). “Last Chance Therapies: Can a Good Communitarian Do Health Care Rationing When Life Itself is at Stake?” 82 pp. paper for conference on Communitarianism and Bioethics, sponsored by NIH Department of Clinical Bioethics and George Washington University, in Washington D.C. (June, 2001.) “Health Care Justice and Genetics: Four Unsolved Problems,” 22 pp. paper prepared for Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Philosophy and Medicine Committee Program commenting on book From Chance to Choice: Genetics and Justice, San Francisco (April, 2001) “The Ethical Challenges of Contemporary Academic Research,” lecture and workshop paper for conference titled Ethics Oversight at the Frontiers of Biomedical Research, sponsored by the University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago (June 2001). “The Future of Bioethics: Health Reform and the Public Role of Philosophers,” lecture for 13th Annual Summer Bioethics Conference at Jiminy Peak, MA (June 2001). “Engaging Diverse Communities in Genetics Policy Dialogues,” workshop and panel presentation for Tenth annual meeting of the Association of Practical and Professional Ethics, Cincinnati (March, 2001). A similar presentation was also done at the Tenth Anniversary ELSI conference in Washington D.C. (Jan., 2001). “Ethics Education for the Brave New World of Cancer Control,” lecture for national
  18. 18. conference of the American and European Associations for Cancer Education, Washington, D.C. (Nov. 2-4, 2000). “Informing Democratic Deliberation via the Visual Arts,” panel presentation at the Third Annual Meeting of the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, Salt Lake City (Oct. 26-29, 2000). “Experiencing Public Dialogue: The Moral and Political Challenges of Genetic Responsibility in a Discriminatory World,” lecture and workshop for the Third National Conference on Genetics and Public Health titled AConnecting Research, Education, Practice, and Community,@ Ann Arbor, MI. (Sept. 18-20, 2000). “What Role, If Any, Should Rational Democratic Deliberation Have in Bioethics Today?” workshop for 12th Annual Bioethics Summer Camp Conference, Asilomar, CA (June, 2000). “Norms for Assessing Community Dialogue,” paper prepared for “Communities of Color and Genetics Policy Project,” National Advisory Board Meeting. This paper was also used as part of the training workshop I did for community dialogue facilitators in the ACommunities of Color@ ELSI project (Jan., 2000). This paper was also part of the resource material that I provided during a presentation I did at the Tenth Anniversary ELSI conference at NIH in Washington D.C. (Jan. 2001) under the title AGene Themes.@ “Just Caring: Health Care Rationing and Rational Democratic Deliberation,” paper prepared for NIH seminar for staff and fellows of Department of Clinical Bioethics, Bethesda, MD (March, 2000). “Health Risks and Health Responsibility: What are the Ethical Issues?” chair and commentator for two papers, one by Baruch Brody “Losing the Right to Health Care Coverage by Engaging in Unhealthy Behaviors: Is That the Right Question to Ask?’ and by Ruth Groenhout, “Are Your Insurance Premiums My Problem” at the Medicine and Philosophy Symposium, Pacific Division Meetings, American Philosophical Association, Albuquerque NM (April, 2000). “Priority-Setting, Managed Care, and Rational Democratic Deliberation,” paper prepared for APA Medicine and Philosophy Program in Chicago (May, 1998) under the program title “Priority-Setting in Health Care Today: From Managed Care to Moral Mayhem.” “Is Genetic Responsibility Ethically Disingenuous?” Paper prepared for 1998 Bioethics Summer Camp on Cape Cod (June, 1998). “Just Caring: Rational Democratic Deliberation, Health Care Rationing, and Managed
  19. 19. Care,” paper presented at American Association of Bioethics meeting in San Francisco (Nov., 1996), 51 pp. in manuscript. “Non-Compliant Patients and Health Care Justice,” paper presented as part of workshop I chaired and organized under the title “Ethical Issues in Managed Care: Three Current Problems,” for the Medicine and Philosophy Committee, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division Meeting, Atlanta (Dec., 1996). "Rational Democratic Deliberation: Meeting the Challenges of Justice and Rationing," paper presented at the American Philosophical Association meeting in San Francisco, Medicine and Philosophy section, (March, 1995), 60 pp. in manuscript. "Just Caring: Assisted Suicide and Health Care Rationing," paper presented at conference on physician-assisted suicide, revised for publication in The University of Detroit Law Review, special issue on physician-assisted suicide, edited by Robert Brown 72 (Summer, 1995), 873-900. "Community Health Reform: An Overview of Key Ethical Issues," briefing paper for W. K. Kellogg Foundation Comprehensive Community Health Models Project (August, 1995). "Ethical Principles for Community-Based Health Reform," briefing paper for W. K. Kellogg Foundation Comprehensive Community Health Models Project (August, 1995). "Justice, Age Rationing, and the Problem of Identifiable Lives," paper delivered at an SHHV spring conference in 1989. "Just Caring: Conflicting Rights/ Uncertain Responsibilities,"presentation at The Thirteenth Annual Conference for Generalists in Medical Education, conference theme: "Medical Education: Socially Responsive Programs for Tough Times," New Orleans (Nov., 1992). "Just Caring: Health Care Rationing and Communitarianism," paper presented at Fourth International Interdisciplinary Conference on Health Care Justice, Illinois Masonic Medical Center (Chicago), October of 1992. "Just Caring: Conflicting Rights, Uncertain Responsibilities," three-hour pre-conference workshop for the annual meeting of the Society for Health and Human Values in Memphis (Nov., 1992). "Just Health Care Reform: Democratic Decisionmaking Approaches," workshop presentation at the annual meeting of The Society for Health and Human Values in Memphis (Nov., 1992).
  20. 20. "Just Caring: A Critical Assessment of National Health Care Proposals," paper prepared for conference "Economic Reform and the Future Face of Health Care" at the Twenty-First Conference on Ethics, Humanism, and Medicine, University of Michigan Medical School (March, 1993). "Rights and Responsibilities of the HIV-Positive Physician or Medical Student," with Keith Apelgren, M.D. as co-author. This paper was presented at the national meeting of the Society for Health and Human Values in St. Louis (October, 1991). "The Ethics of Radical Cost-Cutting and Rationing in Health Care," paper prepared for The National Conference of The National Academy for State Health Policy in Denver (August, 1991). The conference title was "Restructuring State Health Policy in an Era of Fiscal Restraint: Seizing the Opportunity." "Reflections on the Circumstances of Non-Ideal Justice: A Report on the Michigan Medicaid Experiment in Moral Conversation," paper for the Society for Health and Human Values annual meeting in Washington, D.C. (October, 1989), 25 pp. "The Moral Twilight Zone: Cutting Costs While Maintaining Quality Care," paper presented at national meeting of the American Hospital Association in Chicago (August, 1989). This was a version of an earlier paper of mine "Moral Implications of the Shifting Power Equilibrium in Hospitals: From Medical Monopolization to Managerial Mandaranism," 39 pp. "Forced Genetic Manipulation: A Moral and Public Policy Perspective," workshop presentation at national conference "The Future and the Courts" sponsored by the American Judicature Society in San Antonio (May 18-22, 1990). Managing Medicaid for the 1990s: Balancing Equity and Efficiency (Two volumes). These volumes consist of seven chapters of readings, plus a leader's guide for each chapter designed to assist the reader in identifying and critically assessing the moral issues raised by Medicaid policy. These readings were used in conjunction with seven seminars that we conducted for the managers and administrators of the Michigan Medicaid program during June and September of 1989. There are about 600 pages in the two volumes. "Setting Limits: Justice and the Maximization of Organ Transplants" paper presented at conference "Medical Ethics and the New Technology" sponsored by Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York (April, 1989) 26 pp. "Justice and Age-Related Rationing in Health Care: A Defense," paper presented at a conference sponsored by the North American Society for Social Philosophy in Montreal in August of 1989. Manuscript was 24 pages. "The Role of Ethics and Ethicists in Professional Education" A Response to Caplan," presentation at two-day conference "Issues in Teaching Professional Ethics,"
  21. 21. sponsored by the Poynter Center at Indiana University-Bloomington (April, 1989). "Moral Implications of the Shifting Power Equilibrium in Hospitals: From Medical Monopolization to Managerial Mandaranism," paper prepared for national conference American Hospitals and Human Values, sponsored by Society for Health and Human Values, in Tampa (April, 1988). "Just Health Care: The Cost of Compassion," concept paper prepared for the Indiana Committee for the Humanities for statewide project that would address issues of justice and health policy. Health Care Policy for the Future: Issues of Justice (two volumes). These are papers that were selected for reading by participants in seven workshops we designed for Medicaid managers and policymakers in Michigan under a grant from the Department of Social Services. Another volume contained the leader's guides we created for each of the seven seminars. "Health Care Cost Containment and the Just Treatment of 'Bottomless Pits," paper prepared for Society for Health and Human Values conference in Washington, D.C. (November, 1987). "Justice, HMOs, and the Invisible Rationing of Health Care Resources," paper for the first interdisciplinary conference "Just Health Care: The Interface of Ethics, Economics, and Health Policy," University of Florida (February, 1987). "Rawls, Reflective Equilibrium, and Justification: An Economic Model," (30 pp.), presented at the Western Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association in April, 1984. I also presented this paper as a Philosophy Department colloquium in Sept., 1983 at Indiana University-South Bend. This paper was written during an NEH Summer Seminar at the University of Wisconsin under the direction of Professor Marcus Singer. "Health Care, Justice, and Pareto Optimality," (38 pp.), presented at a meeting of the Indiana Philosophical Association at Depauw University (April, 1984). "Philosophical Foundations of the Social Responsibilities of Urban Universities: A Quest for Common Conversation" presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of General and Liberal Studies, November 10-12, 1984, Lexington, KY (25 pp.) "Aspirations for the '80s: The Social Responsibilities of Urban Universities," in Aspirations for the '80s: A Working Agenda, pp. 45-66. There is much discussion today of corporate responsibility. This paper attempts to establish a framework for understanding the social responsibilities of universities in an urban setting. More specifically, this paper analyzes a major conflict built into our conception of the contemporary university: we believe that a university must be committed to both dispassionate intellectual stewardship and to passionate involvement as a creative
  22. 22. force in the affairs of society. I argue for a new conception of the role of the university that resolves this conflict. "Community Quality of Life: Corporate Responsibility," (10 pp.) in Aspirations for the '80s" A Working Agenda. This paper was presented at one of the workshops in the "Agenda for the '80s" community conference. "Health Care for the Poor: A Moral Perspective," (18 pp.) in Aspirations for the '80s: A Working Agenda. This paper was presented at one of the workshops in the "Agenda for the '80s" community conference. "Economic Development in Indiana: Zeroing out the Great Society/Penciling in the Poor," presented to the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences, Annual Meeting, Wabash College, 1982 (22 pp.). "Building Castles on Sand: Engineering Tips for Construction of a Social Ethic on an Individual Ethic," given at the Annual Meeting of the Association of General and Liberal Studies, Rochester, New York (November, 1981). "On the Evanescence of Ethics and the Efflorescence of Economics," given before the East Central Division Meeting of the American Catholic Philosophical Association in Cincinnati, Ohio (November, 1981). "Is a Right for a Wrong Ever Right? A Reparational Case of Capital Punishment," presented at a national conference on capital punishment at Georgia State University (April, 1980). This same paper was presented at a meeting of the Indiana Philosophical Association at Purdue University (November, 1980) as a Philosophy Department colloquium. "Corporate Takeovers: The Selling of the University 1980 or the Bankruptcy of the Liberal Arts," as the first presentation in the Dean's Seminar Series at Indiana University at South Bend (October, 1980). "An Essay on the Liberation of the Liberal Arts," presented at the National Meeting of the Association of General and Liberal Studies in Dallas, Texas (October 23-25, 1980). "The Ethical Problem of Knowing too Much: Putting a Price on Human Life," a version of the similarly titled paper presented at the Annual Meeting of East-Central Division of the American Catholic Philosophical Association in Cincinnati (Nov,1979). "Corporate Takeovers: The Selling of the University 1979 or the Bankruptcy of the Liberal Arts," for the annual meeting of the Association for General and Liberal Studies at Pennsylvania State University (November, 1979).
  23. 23. "Putting a Price on Human Life: Moral Dilemmas for the Public Policymaker," as the first presentation in the Dean's Seminar Series at Indiana University at South Bend (September, 1979). "On the Rational Justification of Basic Ideals and Values," presented at the Philosophy Department colloquium at Indiana University at South Bend (May, 1978). "An Introduction to an Inquiry into the Nature of the Humanities and their Role in Public Affairs," presented to the Indiana Committee for the Humanities in the Fall of 1976 as part of the project "Planning and Privacy: The Right to Health." This paper was 71 pages in manuscript form.
  24. 24. C. MAJOR ACADEMIC REPORTS Communities of Color and Genetics Policy: A Summary Dialogue Report, for the NIH ELSI project ACommunities of Color and Genetics Policy,@ 35 pp. (May, 2001). Communities of Color and Genetics Policy Project: Community Dialogue Summary Reports. A total of fourteen reports were produced, one for each of the dialogue groups, each report being 10-15 single-spaced pages in length, (Summer/Fall, 2000) The dialogue groups included: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (Lansing, MI) Ann Arbor Bethel AME Church (Ann Arbor, MI) Castillo and Associates Latino dialogue group (Lansing, MI) Faith Access to Community Development (Flint, MI) La Salud Student Organization (Ann Arbor, MI) Latino Family Services (Detroit, MI) Omega Psi Phi Fraternity (Lansing, MI) The Tuskegee Orchid Club (Tuskegee AL) St. Andrew=s Episcopal church (Tuskegee, AL) Support Group for Individuals with Disabilities (Tuskegee, AL) Tri-City SER Jobs for Progress (Saginaw, MI) Tuskegee Church of Christ (Tuskegee, AL) Tuskegee Housing Authority Resident Council Executive Board Urban league of Flint (Flint, MI) Genome Technology and Reproduction: Values and Public Policy (A Report and Analysis of the Spring Community Dialogues). East Lansing/Ann Arbor (Oct., 1997), 83 pp. [NIH, ELSI Program grant] Genome Technology and Reproduction: Values and Public Policy (A Report and Analysis of the Fall Community Dialogues). East Lansing/Ann Arbor (June, 1997), 62 pp. [NIH, ELSI Program grant] "Health Care Cost Containment in Indiana: The Dangerous Dilemmas of Equity and Efficiency," (110 pp. in manuscript). This paper was submitted to the Indiana Hospital Prospective Payment Study Commission in September, 1984. This committee was appointed by the governor to study alternative policies for health care cost containment. Aspirations for the '80s: A Working Agenda (1982). This is a collection of 24 "working papers" from the 24 task forces that were part of the "Agenda for the '80s" project. These papers were presented at a community conference in Century Center in South Bend, Indiana in May, 1982. I was responsible for compiling and editing
  25. 25. these papers. This volume is about 600 pages in length. Aspirations for the '80s: A Working Agenda (Summary version, 1982). This volume represents a 70-page condensation of the above volume. For the most part it contains the recommendations from the 24 working papers. It was created because it was felt that a briefer document would more readily stimulate the sort of community conversation that the "Agenda for the '80s" project was designed to generate and sustain.
  26. 26. D. MINOR PUBLICATIONS “The Great Awakening: How To Accomplish the Reform that Justice Requires,” Hastings Center Report 38 (March/April, 2008), 4. Response to letters on “Regulating Reproductive Technologies” Hastings Center Report 37 (Nov./Dec., 2007), 10. “Organizational Ethics and Professionalism,” Ethics-in-Formation 12 (March, 2008), 3-4. “A British Perspective on Patient Choice,” Medical Humanities Report (Winter, 2007), p.7. “Objectivity, Integrity and Academic Freedom,” Research Integrity, 10 (Spring, 2007), pp. 8-9. “Just Caring: Health Care Rationing and the Medically Least well Off,” Medical Humanities Report (Fall, 2005), 1-4+. “Stem Cells Pose Moral Test,” Op-Ed piece for the Detroit News, May 29, 2005. “Whose Conscience Should Count,” essay for MD Magazine (Summer, 2005). “Last Chance Therapies: A Question of Health Care Rationing,” MSU Alumni Magazine (Spring, 2004), 28-31. “Clinician’s Fears, High Risk Patients, and the Duty to Treat: Are There Moral Obligations to Treat SARS Patients?” Medical Humanities Report (Fall, 2003), 3-4. “Last Chance Therapies: A Question of Health Care Rationing,” MSU Alumni Magazine (Spring, 2004), 28-31. “Last Chance Therapies: Still More Painful Health Care Rationing Challenges,” in Ethics-In-Formation 11 (Dec. 2003), 1, 3-7. “Bioethics and Persons with Disabilities: Starting the Conversation,” in Ethics-In- Formation 11 (March, 2004), 1, 4-6. “Commentary on the case of Dr. Harper: Political Posters,” JAMA Virtual Mentor essay 2003). “Case Commentary: Case of Sophia,” Journal of the Academy of Family Practice (sometime in 2004).
  27. 27. “Can Rationing be Fair?” The Hastings Center Report 32 (Sept./Oct., 2002), 4-5. “New MERN Summer Conferences,” essay in Ethics-In-Formation (March, 2003), 1, 4-5. Review of Prenatal Testing and Disability Rights, edited by Erik Parens and Adrienne Asch in Philosophy and Medicine Newsletter (Spring, 2002), 165-66 Review of From Chance to Choice: Genetics and Justice, by James Buchanan, Dan Brock, Norman Daniels, and Dan Wikler in Medical Humanities Review (Spring, 2002). Review of The Culture of Death: The Assault on Medical Ethics in America by Wesley Smith in Philosophy and Medicine Newsletter (Spring, 2001) Response to angry letter by Wesley Smith in Philosophy and Medicine Newsletter (Fall, 2001), 159. AEthics, Genetics, and Community Dialogue: Lessons Learned,@ Medical Humanities Report Spring, 2001,pp. 1-4 and 6. Review of Pricing Life: Why It=s Time for Health Care Rationing by Peter Ubel (MIT Press, 2000) for Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 10 (Spring, 2001), 214-18. Review of Is There a Duty to Die, edited by James Humber and Robert Almeder (Humana Press, 2000) for Ethics (forthcoming, late 2000). AMajor Ethical Dilemmas for the 21st Century,@ MSU Alumni Magazine (Summer, 1999), 18-21. AOnly >Paytients= Need Apply,@ (a critical assessment of patients= rights legislation), essay for ABC News WebSite at http://www.abcnews.go.com, posted there for July 14-21,1999. AEthics Committees and RU-486,@ essay in Ethics-In-Formation, 9 (Dec. 2000), 7-8. AFrom the chair,@ column for Philosophy and Medicine Committee of the APA, published in APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Medicine, 00 (Fall, 2000), 126-27. AMulticultural Citizen Engagement in Genetic Policymaking,@ Abstract for 128th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting (Abstract # 5028.0), pp. 444-45, with Stephen Modell, Toby Citrin, Shelley Coe, Marian Secundy, and Tene Hamilton as co-authors.
  28. 28. AMy Conscience, Your Money,@ case and case commentary reprinted in Cases in Bioethics, edited by Bette-Jane Crigger (3rd edition) (St. Martin=s Press, 1998), 273-77. AGenetics and Ethics: A Community Dialogue,@ Medical Humanities Report (Spring, 1997), 1-3. AEthical Issues in Managed Care: HIV and Protease Inhibitors,@ Ethics-In-Formation, 7 (April, 1997), 3,6. AReview of The Changing Health Care Marketplace by Walter Zelman,@ Ethics-In- Formation, 7 (Jan., 1998), 3-4. AInstitutional Ethics Committees: The Next Generation,@ Ethics-In-Formation, 8 (March, 1998), 1,4. AMoral Distress: Emerging Ethical Challenges in Nursing Today,@ Ethics-In-Formation 8 (March, 1998), 3-4. Review of Testing the Medical Covenant: Active Euthanasia and Health Care Reform, by William May, Ethics, 108 (April, 1998), 651. AHow Would You Handle These Ethical Dilemmas?@ Article by Anne Finger using scenario material and interpretation/ analysis on ethics/ reproductive genetics issues from our community dialogue project; in Medical Economics, 74 (Oct. 27, 1997), 105-17. ATelling Right From Wrong is Going to Get a Lot Harder,@ article by Mark Holoweiko using material from community dialogue project; in Medical Economics, 74 (July 14, 1997), 101-03. Review of What Price Mental Health? The ethics and Politics of Setting Priorities, edited by Philip Boyle and Daniel Callahan, Ethics, 108 (Oct., 1997), 240-1. AEthical Stewards of Resources,@ commentary for Michigan Health and Hospitals, 33 (March, 1997), 28-29. AJust Caring: The Moral and Political Challenge of Health Reform and Health Care Rationing,@ Medical Humanities Report (Winter, 1996), 1-5. AMERN and the Human Genome Project: Reproductive Decisions,@ Ethics-in-Formation (March, 1996), 3, 10. AAdvanced Bioethics Day: Ethical Challenges Posed by the Americans with Disabilities
  29. 29. Act,@ Ethics-in-Formation (March, 1996), 4, 11. AMrs. Peake=s Leg: A Moral Conundrum in Managed Care,@ Ethics-in-Formation (June, 1996), 10. AMini-Modules Project: A Prospectus,@ Ethics-in-Formation (June, 1996), 3, 4-5. AJust Caring: Ethical Issues in High-Tech Home Care,@ Ethics-in-Formation (January, 1996), 1, 8-11. AGenetics and Ethics: A Community Dialogue,@ Medical Humanities Report (Spring, 1997), 1-3. "Case Study: My Conscience, Your Money," [with Stephen Post] Hastings Center Report, 25 (Sept./Oct., 1995), 28-29. "Just Caring: The Moral and Political Challenge of Health Reform and Health Care Rationing," Medical Humanities Report (Winter, 1996), 1-5. "Just Caring: Ethical Issues in High-Tech Home Care," Ethics-In-Formation, 6 (Jan., 1996), 1, 8-11. "Ethical Issues in Managed Care: the Loyal Patient Advocate," Ethics-In -Formation, 5 (Oct., 1995)4, 9-10. "Just Caring: Health Care Rationing in the ICU," Ethics-In-Formation, 5 (May, 1995), 3, 11-13. "Just Caring: Rationing and Religiously-Based Demands for Health Care," Ethics-in-Formation, 5 (May, 1995), 3, 13-15. Review of A Matter of Principle? Ferment in U.S. Bioethics, edited by Ron Hamel, Edwin Dubose, and Laurence O'Connell (Trinity Press International, 1994) in Ethics, 106 (Jan., 1996), 497. "Just Caring: Gridlock and the Challenge of Health Reform," Review of three books: Medical Gridlock and Health Reform by Eli Ginzberg (Westview Press, 1994); Self-Interest and Universal Health Care: Why Well-Insured Americans Should Support Coverage for Everyone by Larry Churchill (Harvard University Press, 1994); Health Care Reform: A Human Rights Approach, edited by Audrey Chapman (Georgetown University Press, 1994) in Medical Humanities Review (Fall, 1995), 85-93. "Just Caring: Health Reform and Employer Mandates," Medical Humanities
  30. 30. Report (Summer, 1994), 1-3. "Health Care Reform: The Ethical Challenge," MSU Alumni Magazine (Fall, 1994), 24-27. "Just Caring: Personal Responsibility and Health Reform," Ethics-In-Formation (Feb., 1994), 6. "Update on Annual Meeting, Summer Ethics Conference, and Health Reform," Ethics-In-Formation (Feb., 1994), 1, 7. "Notes from an Ex-President," Ethics-In-Formation (July, 1994), 4-5. "My Brother's Keeper: AIDS and Confidentiality," Ethics-In-Formation (Sept., 1994), 6-7. "Baby R: An NICU Case Response," Ethics-In-Formation, (Dec. 1994), 3-4. "Rationing: Triage for Our Country," Insight (March 21, 1994), 22-24. "Community Forums Flourish with 'Just Caring'" Michigan Hospitals, (Winter, 1994), 32-35. "Just Caring: Health care and the Disabled," in Medical Humanities Report (Spring, 1992), 5-7. "Counterpoint: The Care of Terminally Ill Patients," in Cortlandt Forum 5 (July, 1992), 27-28. "Washington Update: Health Care Reform," Ethics-In-Formation, 5 (May, 1993), 1, 6-7. "Just Caring Update: Future Directions," Ethics-In-Formation, 5 (May, 1993), 3,7. "Just Caring: Priority Setting Through Democratic Decisionmaking,"Medical Humanities Report (Spring, 1993), 3-5. "Managed Competition: A Moral Assessment," Ethics-In-Formation, 5 (March, 1993), 1, 8-10. "A Review of Regulating Death: Euthanasia and the Case of the Netherlands, [by Carlos Gomez, M.D.]" Ethics-in-Formation, 4 (August, 1992), 1, 7-9. "Case Commentary: Crystal Barbier," Ethics-In-Formation, 4 (August, 1992), 4-5. "Just Caring: An Update," Ethics-In-Formation, 4 (Oct., 1992), 5. "Review of Changing to National Health Care: Ethical and Policy Issues [edited by Robert Hueffner and Margaret Battin]," Medical Humanities Review, (Fall, 1992), 6-7.
  31. 31. "Choice or Chance: Advance Directives and Moral Responsibilities of Physicians," Michigan State M.D. (Winter, 1993), 27. "Review of Rationing America's Medical Care: The Oregon Plan and Beyond [edited by Martin Strosberg, Joshua Wiener and Robert Baker (Brookings)," The Journal of Clinical Ethics, 4 (1993), 362-65. "Review of Pharmacy Ethics, [edited by Mickey Smith and others]," Ethics, 103 (April, 1993), 619. "The Cancer Drug Works: Do the Insurance Rules?" Ethics-In-Formation, 3 (Feb., 1991), 4-5. "Assisted Suicide: Why it Deserves Serious Discussion," Ethics-In-Formation, 3 (March 1991), 1,4,11. "Aids and Confidentiality: A Case Study" Ethics-In-Formation, 3 (March 1991), 10. "Just Caring: Justice, Resource Allocation, and the Terminally Ill" Ethics-In-Formation, 3 (July 1991), 5-7. "Dangerous Intersections: Law, Ethics, and HIV-Infected Health Care Workers" Medical Humanities Report, 13 (Spring 1991), 1-3. "Forced Testing No Answer" The State News, 86 (July 17, 1991), 4. "If We Are Merciful, We Must Help Others Die With Dignity" The Detroit Free Press, (June 7, 1991), 9A. "Prior Consent: A Prescription For Health Care Rationing" Review of Strong Medicine: The Ethical Rationing of Health Care, by Paul T. Menzel (Oxford University Press, 1989), in Medical Humanities Review, 5 (July 1991), 9 pages in manuscript. Review of Ethics Consultation in Health Care, edited by John Fletcher, Norman Quist, and Albert Jonsen (Health Administration Press, 1989) in The New York State Journal of Medicine, 91 (December, 1991), 558-59. Review of Ethics and Aging: the Right to Live, The Right to Die, edited by James Thornton and Earl Winkler (University of British Columbia Press, 1988) in Ethics, 102 (October, 1991), 200. "HIV-Infected Health Professionals: What to Do?" Ethics-In-Formation, 3 (September, 1991), 1, 6-7. "Limits to Medical Care: Who Will Decide?" Ethics- In-Formation, 3 (September, 1991), 5.
  32. 32. "Oregon and Health Care Rationing: The Debate Continues," Ethics-In-Formation, 3 (September, 1991), 8, 14. "The Real Costs of Forced HIV-Testing," Op-Ed piece for The Chicago Tribune (July 30, 1991), sec.1, p.12. "Please Don't Tell," Case study and commentary for The Hastings Center Report, 21 (Nov./Dec., 1991), 39-40. Reprinted in The Social Medicine Reader, edited by Dale Henderson, Nancy King, et. al (Duke University Press, 1997), 349-52. "Just Health Care Rationing: The Lottery," in Medical Humanities Report (Winter, 1991), 1, 6-7. "Just Caring: Health care and the Disabled," in Medical Humanities Report (Spring, 1992), 5-7. "Counterpoint: The Care of Terminally Ill Patients," in Cortlandt Forum 5 (July, 1992), 27-28. "Politics and Invisible Rationing," Ethics-In-Formation, 3 (Dec., 1990), 3. "Justice, Partiality, and the Doctor-Patient Relationship," Medical Humanities Report, (Fall, 1990), 3-4. "A Very Short Story of Sickness," Medical Humanities Report, (Fall, 1990), 5. "Case Commentary: Conceiving Children to Use for Tissue Transplantation," Medical Humanities Report, (Spring, 1990), 4-5. "The Painful Price of Advancing Medical Technology," Ethics-In-Formation, 2 (May, 1990), 2-3. "If Frozen Embryos Have Rights, Then....?" Opinion piece for The State News, 84 (Sept. 25, 1989), p. 4. Five pages in manuscript on frozen embryo case [Davis] in Tennessee. Review of Biomedical Ethics Reviews 1987, edited by James Humber and Robert Almeder (Clifton, N.J.: Humana Press, 1989) in Ethics, 99 (April, 1989), p. 690. Review of Human Embryo Research: Yes or No? Proceedings of a conference sponsored by the CIBA Foundation (London: Tavistock Publications, 1986) in Infant Mental Health Journal, 10 (Winter, 1989), 2-3 pages in print, judging from galleys. Review of Ethics and the Clinical Encounter by Richard Zaner(New York: Prentice-Hall, 1988) for Teaching Philosophy, 12 (March, 1989), 61-64. Commentary on medical ethics case titled "Spending Down" for the journal PA88: Physician Assistants in Primary and Hospital Care, 5(Jan., 1988), 19.
  33. 33. Commentary on medical ethics case titled "Minor Referral" for the journal PA88, 5(April, 1988), 111-112. "Managing Medicaid in the 1990s: Balancing Equity and Efficiency," Ethics-in-Formation, 1(June, 1989), 6. "New Code Shows Evolution in Hospital Administrator Ethics," Ethics-in-Formation, 1 (Feb., 1989), 1,4. "What to Do When a Patient Refuses Medical Care" Ethics-in-Formation, 1 (Feb., 1989), 5. "Withdrawing Long-Term Care: Guidelines," Ethics in-Formation, 1 (Feb., 1989), 9. "The Surrogate Motherhood Debate," Ethics-in-Formation, 1 (Nov., 1988), 4-6. "Case Study: Rationing at the Bedside," Medical Humanities Report (Spring, 1989), 5-6. "Justice, Rationing Health Care Resources, and HMOs," Medical Humanities Report, (Fall, 1985), pp. 1-3. As part of the project "Just Caring: Justice, Health Care and the Good Society," I did a series of seven essays that were published in the Goshen News during the spring of 1986. Six more essays were done in the fall. Each essay was 8-10 pages in manuscript form. The essays appeared every other week and were designed to stimulate a broad-based community conversation regarding justice and health care policy. The essays were titled: "Just Caring: Justice, Health Care, and the Good Doctor," (February 24). "Human Life is Priceless--Or is it?" (March 13). "Allocating Scarce Life-Saving Resources: Equity vs. Efficiency," (March 27). "Justice, Health Care, and the Poor: Is Minimally Decent Care Enough?" (April 24). "Making Moral Choices: The Terminally Ill," (May 7). "Making Moral Choices: The Critically Ill Newborn," (May 22). "Just Health Care Financing: The Canadian Model," Medical Humanities Report (Spring, 1988), 1-3. Review of Just Health Care by Norman Daniels for The Journal of Medical Humanities and Bioethics (Fall, 1987). Review essay of Toward a Just Social Order by Derek Phillips. (Princeton University Press, 1986), for The Journal of Medical Humanities and Bioethics, (Spring , 1987).
  34. 34. Review of Research Guide in Philosophy, by Martin Bertman, Teaching Philosophy, 2 (Spring, 1977), pp.77-79. Review of Is Reality Meaningful?, by K. VanNuys, The Modern Schoolman, 42 (January, 1970), pp. 258-259. Review of The Anatomy of Disillusion: Martin Heidegger's Notion of Truth, by W.Macomber, The Modern Schoolman, 42 (January, 1970), pp. 263-264. Review of Charles S. Peirce on Norms and Ideals, by V. Potter, The Modern Schoolman, 42 (January, 1970), pp. 264-265. Review of Evil and the Concept of God, by E. Madden and P. Hare,The Modern Schoolman, 42 (January, 1970), pp. 266-267. Review of John Dewey's Theory of Inquiry and Truth, by L. Nissen,The Modern Schoolman, 42 (January, 1970), pp. 269-270. Review of The Philosophy of Leibniz, by N. Rescher, The Modern Schoolman, 42 (January, 1970), pp. 272-273. Review of The Process of Philosophy: An Historical Introduction, edited by J. Epstein and G. Kennedy, The Modern Schoolman, 42 (January, 1970), pp. 274-275. Review of The Ways of Reason, by J. LaLumia, The Modern Schoolman, 40 (March, 1968), pp. 278-279. Review of Free Will and Determinism, edited by B. Berofsky, The Modern Schoolman, 40 (January, 1968), pp. 169-170.
  35. 35. III. OUTREACH “Surgery and Ulysses Contracts Required by the Surgeon,” case analysis for Surgical staff and ethics committee, Munson Medical Center (Traverse City, MI) May, 2008. “My Child is NOT Dying: When Patients Insist Alternative Therapies Will Cure Their Child,” commentary on this case, MERN Annual Conference (Brighton, MI) May, 2008. “Ethical Issues in Home Health Care: Treatment refusal and Treatment Withdrawal,” workshop for annual meeting of Michigan Home Health Care Association (Traverse City, MI) May, 2008. “Pediatrics and Managed Care: Ethical Challenges,” pediatrics residency session Sparrow Hospital (Lansing MI) April, 2008. “Research Ethics Issues in Psychology and Psychiatry,” lecture for graduate students in psychology at MSU (April, 2008). “Stored Blood Spots in Michigan: Ethical and Policy Challenges,” lecture for Deliberative jury project under the IPSSR grant at MSU April, 2008. “Embryonic Stem Cells: Ethical and Policy Challenges,” invited to do Meites lecture For Chemistry faculty and grad students at MSU (March, 2008). “What Does an Ethical Organization Look Like”? and “When Health Care Providers Experience Distress: The Importance of Moral Space,” two lectures, each given twice, at hospitals in Edmunton Canada under the auspices of the Provincial Health Ethics Network (March, 2008). “Rational Democratic Deliberation: Effective Public Engagement,” seminar Presentation for David cooper graduate seminar at MSU (Feb. 2008). “Ethics and Health Care Rationing in Psychiatry,” seminar with psychiatry Residents, (Jan., 2008). “Ethics and Confidentiality,” seminar with psychiatry residents (Jan. 2008). “Futility: Ethical and Policy Challenges,” workshop for physicians and nurses at Spectrum Health (Grand Rapids, MI) Jan. 2008. “Research Ethics: Contemporary Challenges for Faculty and Students,” workshop For graduate students in genetics and microbiology at MSU (Feb. 2008).
  36. 36. “Ethical Challenges in University-Based Research,” workshop for the Graduate School, Kellogg Center (Oct. 2007). COM Ethics Day: Intro to Medical Ethics lecture; workshop on withdrawing/ withholding life-sustaining care from incompetent patients, another workshop on ethical issues related to the care of PVS and minimally conscious patients, Okemos (Sept. 2007). These were for medical residents. “Ethical and Policy Issues in Embryonic Stem Cell Research,” workshop for Michigan State Medical Society annual science conference, Troy MI (Oct., 2007). “Ethical Challenges for Community Health Centers in the 21st Century,” at the Annual meeting of Michigan Community Health Centers (Traverse City, MI) Sept., 2007. “Ethical Issues in Bioengineering and Medicine,” lecture for engineering students at MSU (Sept. 2007). “Balance, Judgment, and Pluralistic Respect: Keys to Good Ethical Decisions,” Lecture for the annual bioethics meeting of the Michigan State Medical Society (Traverse City, MI), Oct. 2007. “Taking Care: Ethical Challenges in the Care of Patients with Dementia,” lecture/ workshop in annual professional lecture series, Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids (June 2007). “Shall We Talk? The Role of Community Dialogue in Bioethics and Public Policy,” Presentation for meeting at Michigan Dept. of Community Health (May, 2007). “Ethical Challenges regarding Health Care Rationing within an Institution: Three Cases,” MERN annual conference workshop, East Lansing (May, 2007). “Just Caring: Health Care Rationing, Futility Judgments, and the Elderly,” workshop for staff of Bay City Regional Medical Center Staff (May, 2007). “Taking Care: Ethical Challenges in the Care of Demented Patients,” workshop For social workers and caregivers, East Lansing (May, 2007). “Shall We Talk? The Role of Community Dialogue in Bioethics and Public Policy: Moving From Destructive Dissent to Reflective Reconstruction ,” Endowed lecture for faculty and staff at the University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston (Medical Humanities Center) (April 2007). “Just Caring: Making Fair Rationing Decisions Regarding Expensive Cancer Drugs,” lecture for oncology residents/ attendings Ingham Regional
  37. 37. Medical center (March, 2007). “Taking Care: Ethical Challenges in the Care of Patients with Dementia,” lecture/ workshop in annual professional lecture series, Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids (June 2007). “Shall We Talk? The Role of Community Dialogue in Bioethics and Public Policy,” Presentation for meeting at Michigan Dept. of Community Health (May, 2007). “Ethical Challenges regarding Health Care Rationing within an Institution: Three Cases,” MERN annual conference workshop, East Lansing (May, 2007). “Just Caring: Health Care Rationing, Futility Judgments, and the Elderly,” workshop for staff of Bay City Regional Medical Center Staff (May, 2007). “Taking Care: Ethical Challenges in the Care of Demented Patients,” workshop For social workers and caregivers, East Lansing (May, 2007). “Shall We Talk? The Role of Community Dialogue in Bioethics and Public Policy: Moving From Destructive Dissent to Reflective Reconstruction ,” Endowed lecture for faculty and staff at the University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston (Medical Humanities Center) (April 2007). “Just Caring: Making Fair Rationing Decisions Regarding Expensive Cancer Drugs,” lecture for oncology residents/ attendings Ingham Regional Medical center (March, 2007). “Health Care Reform: Options, Obstacles, Opportunists,” lecture for pre-med Students in Bio-Engineering Bldg on campus (Jan., 2007). “Ethical and Policy Issues in Embryonic Stem Cell Research,” workshop for Michigan State Medical Society annual ethics conference, Traverse City (Oct., 2006). “Ethical Challenges in University-Based Research,” workshop for the Graduate School, Kellogg Center (Oct. 2006). COM Ethics Day: Intro to Medical Ethics lecture; workshop on withdrawing/ withholding life-sustaining care from incompetent patients, another workshop on ethical issues related to the care of PVS and minimally conscious patients, Okemos (Sept. 2006). These were for medical residents.
  38. 38. “Intensive Bioethics Workshops: Introductory and Advanced” for MERN (Cadillac, MI (June, 2006). The advanced version covered ethics issues related to treatment withdrawal from Alzheimer patients and issues of medical futility. “Taking Care: Ethical Considerations in our Aging Society,” workshop for MERN annual conference, Novi, MI (May, 2006) “Just Caring: Last Chance Therapies, Health Care Rationing, and the Role of Rational Democratic Deliberation,” half-day workshop for Holland Community Hospital (May, 2006). “Ethical Challenges in our Aging Society,” Keynote address for mental health and aging conference, Kellogg Center, (May 2006) Consultation with Philosophy Dept at Arizona State University on potential grant project using methods of rational democratic deliberation to address ethically controversial issues related to medicine and the environment (May, 2006). “Shades of Gray:Ethical Issues in Rehab Services for Older Persons with Depression and Dementia,” workshop for area social workers and nurses caring for elderly patients in Traverse City area, May 2006. “Ethical Challenges for Home Health Care: Professional and Organizational Issues,” and “Ethical Challenges for Home Health Care: Clinical Cases,” Annual conference for Michigan Home Health Association, Traverse City (May 2006). “Health Care Rationing and Last Chance Therapies,” noon talk for MSU retirees group, East Lansing (April 2006). “Ethical Issues in Pediatrics: Cases” Lecture and discussion with pediatric residents, Sparrow Hospital (April, 2006). Town Hall meeting on Health care Reform report, for Denise Holmes, at MSU (March, 2006). I served as moderator and discussion facilitator. “Ethical Issues in Managed care related to resource Allocation,” session with Psychiatry residents at MSU (Feb., 2006). “Just Caring: Health Care Rationing Challenges,” seminar for faculty and students at Delta College (Oct. 2005). “Ethical Issues in Obstetrics/ Gynecology,” lecture/ discussion with Ob/Gyn residents at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing (Jan., 2006). "Ethical Challenges of Contemporary Academic Research," lecture and workshop for the Graduate School of Michigan State University (Oct. 2005)
  39. 39. “Ethics, Genetics, and Social Work: Three Cases,” Workshop for MERN Annual Meeting Conference in Novi MI (May 2005). “Medical Ethics: An Introduction,” and “Ethical Issues related to Adolescents and Confidentiality in Primary Care,” lecture and workshops for COM Primary Care residents in Okemos (Nov. 2005). “Informed Consent or Shared Decision-making,” noon conference for Hurley Hospital internal medicine residents (Dec. 2005). “Global Public Health Bioethics Issues,” lecture for CHM students in noon course (Jan. 2006). “Just Caring: Health Care Rationing Challenges,” keynote address for Community Humanities Conference at Muskegon College (Oct. 2005). “Just Caring: The Problem of the Uninsured,” lecture for pre-med student group, MSU Union (Nov. 2005). “Ethical and Policy Issues Related to End of Life Care,” lecture for Beaumont Hospital community group dealing with cancer (Sept. 2005). “Shades of Gray: Ethical Issues in Rehab Services in caring for Demented or Depressed Patients,” keynote address for Geriatric conference, Kellogg Center (Sept. 2005). “Conflicts of Interest and Interesting Conflicts: Why Can’t We All Just Love One Another?” workshop for Michigan State Medical Society Annual Bioethics conference, Traverse City, (Oct. 2005). “Ethics, Genetics, and Social Work: Three Cases,” Workshop for MERN Annual Meeting Conference in Novi MI (May 2005). “Ethical Issues in Home Health Care: Contemporary Challenges,” workshop for annual meeting of Michigan Home Health Association in Traverse City MI (May, 2005).
  40. 40. “Intensive Bioethics Workshops” for medical faculty at the University of Louisville College of Medicine, May 18-21, 2005). There were seven different large group presentations I did, plus small group leading. “Ethical Issues in Guardianship,” workshop for annual community mental health conference at the Kellogg Center (May, 2005) “Ethical Challenges in the NICU” for NICU residents and staff, Sparrow Hospital (April, 2005). “Ethical Issues in Obstetrics/ Gynecology,” lecture/ discussion with Ob/Gyn residents at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing (Jan., 2005). "Ethical Issues at the End of Life: Whose Conscience Should Count?" Keynote address at annual meeting of the Michigan Pharmacist Association, Lansing MI (Nov. 2004). "Making Futility Judgments: Ethical and Policy Issues," grand rounds for medicine and nursing at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak MI (Sept. 2004). "Just Caring: Spinal Cord Injuries and Health Care Rationing," lecture for annual spinal cord injury conference, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation hospital, Grand Rapids MI (Sept. 2004). "Ethical Issues in Medical Research with Minors," IRB conference, Michigan State University (Oct. 2004). "Ethical Issues in the care of Children and Adolescents," training session for family practice residency directors, Michigan State University (Nov. 2004). "Ethical Challenges of Contemporary Academic Research," lecture and workshop for the Graduate School of Michigan State University (Oct. 2004) “Trust/ Distrust in the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Is a Healthy Balance Dangerous to Your Health?” workshop for annual bioethics meeting of the Michigan State Medical Society in Traverse City MI (Oct. 2003). “Treatment Refusal by Competent Patients,” lecture for Basic Bioethics Summer Intensive MERN conference (June, 2003 and 2004). “End-of-Life Care and the Incompetent Patient,” lecture for Basic Bioethics Summer Intensive MERN conference (June 2003 and 2004). “Just Caring: Meeting the Moral Challenges of Health Care Rationing,” lecture and workshop for Basic Bioethics Summer Intensive MERN conference (June 2003 and 2004).
  41. 41. “Just Caring: Last Chance Therapies and the Scope of the Disability Critique,” lecture and workshop for Advanced Bioethics MERN conference on Disability Rights and Bioethics (June, 2004). “The Futility of Making Futility Judgments,” lecture for Basic Bioethics Summer Intensive MERN conference (June, 2004). “Difficult Patients: Dangerous, Deluded, and Demanding,” workshop/ case discussion for Advanced MERN Bioethics conference (June, 2003). “Ethics, Genetics, and Social Work: Three Cases,” Workshop for MERN Annual Meeting Conference in Novi MI (May 2004). “Ethical Issues in Home Health Care: Contemporary Challenges,” workshop for annual meeting of Michigan Home Health Association in Traverse City MI (May, 2004). “Informed Consent: Why is this an Ethical Necessity, Not Just an Ethical Nicety?” noon conference for internal medicine residents at Hurley Medical Center in Flint MI (Dec., 2003). “An Introduction to Medical Ethics: Basic Concepts and Methods,” lecture for Primary Care residents in COM for “Medical Ethics Day” Lansing (March, 2004). “Confidentiality: Patient and Professional Issues,” case discussion for Primary Care residents in COM for “Medical Ethics day” Lansing (March, 2004). “Surgical Ethics: Recent Cases and Issues,” lecture and workshop for surgery residents attached to CHM from around Michigan (April, 2004). “Contemporary Ethics Issues in Radiology,” lecture and workshop for radiology residents attached to CHM from around Michigan (April, 2004). “Public Policy and Health Care Ethics: What Role is there for Rational Democratic Deliberation?” workshop for 7th Annual National Bioethics Undergraduate Conference Ann Arbor MI (March, 2004). “AIDS and Confidentiality,” guest lecture in Benjamin PHL 344 class (Dec. 2003). “Ethical Issues in embryo cloning and human stem cell research,” guest lecture for Lansing Christian high school class (March, 2004). “Ethical and Policy Issues related to Genetic Testing and Germline Genetic Engineering,” guest lecture for Mark Borello in Lyman Briggs course (Feb., 2004). Also did another two-hour guest lecture for him on “Ethics, Genetics, and Justice,” (Feb., 2004).
  42. 42. “Medical Futility: When is Enough Enough?” noon conference at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing (June, 2003). “Personal Responsibility for Health: Ethical Issues,” noon lecture for policy series sponsored by Social Policy Research Institute at MSU at the State Library in Lansing (April, 2003). “Just Caring: The Ethical Challenges of Health Care Rationing,” guest lecture for Scot Yoder in PHL 344 (April, 2004). “Ethical Issues in Obstetrics/ Gynecology,” lecture/ discussion with Ob/Gyn residents at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing (Nov., 2003). “Research Ethics in Academia,” lecture and workshop for Graduate School, Michigan State University, East Lansing MI. (Oct. 2003). “Medical Futility: When is Enough Enough?” noon conference at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing (June, 2003). “Personal Responsibility for Health: Ethical Issues,” noon lecture for policy series sponsored by Social Policy Research Institute at MSU at the State Library in Lansing (April, 2003). “Health Care Justice: Rationing and Priority-Setting,” guest lecture in class at the University of Michigan-Flint (April, 2003). “Just Caring: The Ethical Challenges of Health Care Rationing,” guest lecture for Misha Strauss in PHL 344 (April, 2003). “Just Caring: The Moral and Political Challenges of Health Reform and Health Care Rationing,” keynote address for Kansas Health Ethics Ninth Annual Conference “Ethical Dilemmas of Health Care Access and Affordability” in Wichita KS (March, 2003). “Ethical Issues in Psychiatry: Managed Care,” lecture/discussion with psychiatry residents in Lansing (Feb., 2003). “Two Cheers for Medical Paternalism,” noon conference at Hurley Medical Center Flint, MI (Jan., 2003). “When is Enough Enough? Medical Futility and End of Life Decisionmaking,” Lecture/ workshop, Second Annual Bioethics Seminar, Mid-Michigan Medical Center, Midland, MI (Jan. 2003).
  43. 43. “Death by Chance or Choice,” Lecture/ workshop, Second Annual Bioethics Seminar, Mid-Michigan Medical Center, Midland, MI (Jan. 2003). “Ethical Challenges in Orthopedic Surgery: Five Cases,” lecture and workshop for orthopedic surgery residents in Troy, MI (Jan., 2003). “Common Ethical Problems in Office Practice: Fudging, Fibbing, and Faking” morning ethics conference for medical staff at Beaumont Medical Center, Royal Oak MI (Oct., 2002). “Last Chance Therapies: Can a Just and Caring Society Do Health Care Rationing When Life Itself is at Stake?” Lecture and workshop for annual conference of the Michigan Association of Health Plans at Boyne Conference Center (July, 2002). “Health Care Justice and the Role of Physicians as Patient Advocates,” lecture for medical students at University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City KS (Feb., 2002). Health Care Rationing: How Can a Just and Caring Society Deny Patients Access to ‘Last Chance Therapies’”? public lecture for History of Medicine and Ethics Program, University Of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City KS (Feb., 2002). “Ethical Issues in Obstetrics/ Gynecology,” lecture/ discussion with Ob/Gyn residents at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing (Nov., 2002). “Last Chance Therapies: Ethical and Policy Issues in Health Care Rationing,” guest lecture for Gerry Alumit in Journalism class at MSU (Nov., 2002). “AIDS and Mental Health: Ethical Issues,” lecture and workshop for Michigan AIDS network in Ann Arbor (Dec. 2002). “Research Ethics in Academia,” lecture and workshop for Graduate School, Michigan State University, East Lansing MI. (Oct. 2002). “Last Chance Therapies: Can a Just and Caring Society Do Health Care Rationing When Life Itself is at Stake?” Lecture and workshop for annual conference of the Michigan Association of Health Plans at Boyne Conference Center (July, 2002). “Making Choices: Ethical and Practical Challenges Associated with Advance Directives,” lecture and workshop for conference “Primary Care for the Oldest Old” at the Kellogg Center in East Lansing MI (Nov., 2001). “Managed Care and Ethical Challenges for Pharmacy Benefits Managers,” lecture and workshop for Michigan Pharmacy Benefits Managers conference, Grand Rapids
  44. 44. MI (Sept., 2001). “Research Ethics in Academia,” lecture and workshop for Graduate School, Michigan State University, East Lansing MI. (Oct. 2001). “Embryonic Stem Cell Research: Ethical and Policy Issues,” Noon conference, Sparrow Hospital, Lansing MI (Nov. 2001). “Medical Error: Ethical and Practical Challenges,” workshop for conference on “Medical Error” sponsored by the Michigan State Medical Society, Traverse City MI (Oct., 2001). “Ethical Issues in Health Care Promotion,” lecture for graduate course in School of Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Sept., 2001). “Emerging Medical Technologies: Ethical and Policy Challenges,” lecture for Michigan Primary Care Association Conference at Crystal Mountain Resort MI, (Aug., 2001). ACloning and Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research,@ lecture for the Torch Club at MSU, (Feb. 2001). AHuman Embryonic Stem Cell Research: Emerging Ethical and Policy Issues,@ lecture for the Lansing Rotary Club (March, 2001). AGenetics and Reproductive Decisionmaking: Ethical and Policy Issues,@ workshop for a conference of Michigan Protection and Advocacy, Mt. Pleasant, MI. (May, 2001). AEthical Issues in Managed Care,@ three workshops for employee benefits managers for Priority Health in Grand Rapids, Holland, and Traverse City (April, 2001). AGenetics, Reproduction, and Public Policy: Emerging Ethical and Political Challenges,@ lecture and workshop at Washtenaw Community College in Ypsilanti, MI (Nov., 2000). AResearch Ethics: Emerging Challenges for IRBs,@ lecture and workshop for MSU IRB members (Nov., 2000). AJust Caring: What Should a Universal Basic Benefits Package Look Like?@ lecture and workshop for the fourth annual Bioethics Conference of the Michigan State Medical Society, Mackinac MI (Oct. 18-20, 2000). AGene Dreams or Gene Nightmares: Ethical and Policy Issues Related to Emerging Genetic Technologies and Emerging Stem Cell Research,@ lecture and workshop for American Cancer Society Midwest Conference, Angola IN (Nov. 2000).
  45. 45. AEnd of Life Decisionmaking: Who Should Decide? What Should be Decided?: Stroke Patients,@ lecture and workshop for Michigan Department of Community Health conference AStop Stroke in its Path,@ in Novi, MI (Nov. 2000). AAdvance Directives and Ethical Issues at the End of Life,@ lecture for staff of Family Independence Agency, Charlotte MI (Nov. 2000). AEthical Issues in Human Cloning and Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research,@ lecture for Williamston Kiwanis Club (Nov. 2000). AWhose Rights? Whose Responsibilities? Whose Common Good? The Ethical Challenges of Contemporary Academic Research,@ lecture and workshop for graduate and professional students involved in university-based research at MSU (Oct. 2000). AJust Caring: Aging, Genetics and Alzheimer=s Disease: Emerging Moral and Political Challenges,@ lecture for Western Michigan Alzheimer=s Association Annual Meeting, Kalamazoo, MI (Oct. 2000). AJust Caring: Ethics, Managed Care, and the Challenges of Health Care Rationing,@ lecture and workshop for conference of social workers and other long term care/ home care professionals Lansing MI (Sept., 2000). Presidential Debates 2000. Worked with Student Union, Student services, and WLNS TV6 to do live discussion and interaction and survey research with students who were watching the presidential debates in the union. Helped to develop the survey instrument and to use the REPLY system for gathering student judgments. AResearch Ethics and the Role of IRBs,@ lecture for Karen Williams and ABLE students at MSU (July, 2000). Organized MERN Summer Intensive Bioethics Conference; did the following lectures/ workshops/ panel presentations: ATreatment Refusal by Competent Patients: The Dax Case,@ AConfidentiality in the Era of E-medicine,@ AJust Caring and Managed Care: Emerging Moral Challenges in a Changing Health Care System,@ AProblems and Pitfalls of Institutional Ethics Committees,@ AGenethics: Beyond Genetic Innocence, Toward Genetic Responsibility.@ AInstitutional Ethics Committees: Four Persistent Challenges,@ East Lansing (June, 2000). Again, I have responsibility for this same course (substantially modified) for June of 2001. ARational Democratic Deliberation: Practical Strategies for Effective Public Dialogue,@ lecture for Hastings Center behavioral genetics working group, ELSI project under the title ATools for Public Conversation about Behavioral Genetics,@ Garrison, NY (May, 2000).
  46. 46. AJust Caring: Managed Care, Ob/Gyns, and Health Care Rationing,@ workshop for Ob/Gyn residents from Michigan in Novi (May, 2000). AProject ENGAGE,@ participated in invited conference sponsored by the New England Center for Research in Higher education at Wingspread Conference Center in Racine, WI (Jan. 2000). I was invited to the conference as a recipient of the 1999 Ernest Lynton award from NERCHE. The goal of the conference was to develop creative ways of engaging students and communities in collaborative research. AJust Caring: Is There Space for Moral Values in a Competitive Health Care Business?@ board training workshop for Health Plus managed care plan in Flint, MI (Feb., 2000). AJust Caring: Facing the Ethical Challenges of Managed Care,@ lecture and workshop for the Chicago Claims Association (Feb., 2000). AAging, Death, and Dying: Ethical Issues in the Reconstruction of Our Bodies,@ guest lecture for graduate seminar in interdisciplinary program at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor (March, 2000). This was basically a lecture about moral issues related to using genetic technologies to increase the human life span. AJust Caring: Is There Space for Moral Values in a Competitive Health Care Business?@ board training workshop for Priority Health managed care plan of Grand Rapids, Shanty Creek, MI (Mar., 2000). AJust Caring: Health Care Rationing and Rational Democratic Deliberation,@ lecture for noon series sponsored by Detroit College of Law at MSU (Mar., 2000). AImproving Our Aim: Ethical Issues in Journalism,@ guest lecture with Judith Andre for Bill McWherter course in College of Communication Arts (Mar., 2000). AJust Caring: Is There Space for Moral Values in a Competitive Health Care Business?@ senior management training workshop for Priority Health managed care plan, Grand Rapids, MI (May, 2000).

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