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  1. 1. M. Sara Rosenthal, B.A., B.Ed., M.A., Ph.D. I. Home Address: 3005 Merideth Circle, Lexington, Kentucky 40513 Telephone: (859)-223-9969 Email: msrose2@uky.edu University Appointment: Director, University of Kentucky Program for Bioethics and Patients’ Rights, and Assistant Professor, Bioethics, Department of Behavioral Science, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, and, College of Medicine Building, Lexington, KY 40536-0086. Direct line: (859) 257-9474/Fax: 859-323-5350. Email: msrose2@uky.edu. II. Education: INSTITUTION & LOCATION DEGREE YEAR FIELD University of Toronto, Toronto, ON BA 1986 English Literature University of Toronto, Toronto, ON B.Ed., OTC* 1996 English and Politics *(Ontario Teacher’s Certificate) University of Toronto Joint Centre For Bioethics MA 1999 Bioethics and Medical Sociology University of Toronto Joint Centre For Bioethics Ph.D. 2002 Bioethics and Medical Sociology Dissertation: “Socio-Ethical Issues of Prenatal Counselling: A Qualitative Study Of Women’s Experiences With Prenatal Counselling In The Greater Toronto Area.” III. Positions and Honors Academic Positions and Employment 1997-1999:Consulting Bioethicist, Toronto Hospital Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinical Ethics Board 1997-1999: Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Sociology, The University of Toronto 1999-2001, Doctoral Fellow, The University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics 1999-2001, Consulting Bioethicist, Clinical Case Consultation Committee 2000: Consulting Bioethicist, Clinical Ethics Committee, Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, Toronto, Ontario 2001: Consulting Bioethicist, Toronto Community Care Access Centre, Toronto, Ontario 2002: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, The Ontario Hospital Association, Toronto, Ontario 2003: Assistant Professor, Department of Behavioral Science, University of Kentucky 2004: Director, University of Kentucky Program for Bioethics and Patients’ Rights 2005: Administrative Chair, Hospital Ethics Committee, University of Kentucky Non-Academic Employment and Membership 1986-1993: Journalist and communications consultant 1990: Feature writer, Family Practice (numerous news articles). 1993-2002 Health journalist, author, and consumer health correspondent for Canadian media 1993-1994: Health columnist, Modern Woman magazine (Maclean Hunter). 1995-2002: Associate, University of Toronto Centre for Health Promotion, a WHO collaborating centre in health promotion 1995-2002: Board Member, Cancer Prevention Interest Group, University of Toronto Centre for Health Promotion 1995: Board Member, Thyroid Federation International, an international consortium of patient thyroid organizations, 1996-2000: Contributing Editor, A Mother's Guide to Breastfeeding (Family Communications). 1997-2002, Contributing columnist, WebMD 2000-present: Board Member/Consulting Bioethicist, American Foundation for Thyroid Patients, Houston, Texas 2000, Review Board, Encyclopedia of Birth Control (Oryx Press, Arizona) 2000-Present: Founder, Patient Information website, Sarahealth.com, a consumer health website 2001-Present: Founder and Publisher of patient literature/ health books dedicated to orphan or stigmatizing diseases (Your Curriculum Vitae: M. Sara Rosenthal, Ph.D. January 29, 2015 Page 1
  2. 2. Health Press; www.yourhealthpress.com) 2003-Present: Consulting Bioethicist, Safe Baby and Toddler Council (sponsored by EvenFlo) 2004:-Present: Consulting Bioethicist, The Thyroid Foundation of America 2005: Member, The American Thyroid Association 2005: Member, The Endocrine Society 2005: Member, The American Bioethics and Humanities Society IV. Clinical Ethics Training and Experience Areas of Expertise: Informed consent and capacity to consent; confidentiality and disclosure; moral distress and truth-telling; access and resource allocation; feminist bioethics; surrogate decision-making, advance directives, and end-of-life; ethics in homecare and eldercare ethics; cultural issues. Ethics Committee Service: 1997-2001 (Case consults, writing opinions/decisions, drafting guidelines and policies) Toronto Hospital Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinical Ethics Board (gamete donor/disclosure issues; familial cancers; prenatal and delivery distress; termination decisions) Clinical Case Consultation Committee, University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics (complex case consults from 13 member hospitals, including Toronto’s pediatric, psychiatric, rehabilitation, geriatric, cancer, Catholic, and community hospitals ) Clinical Ethics Committee, Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, Toronto, Ontario (DNR; dementia, end-of-life; surrogacy) Ethics Consultation for non-hospital Health Organizations: 2001-2002 Toronto Community Care Access Centre (Homecare and nursing ethics, community health ethics, public health ethics) The Ontario Hospital Association (policy and guidelines affecting healthcare providers and resource allocation) EvenFlo Safe Baby and Toddler Council (recommendations for prenatal counseling, postpartum counseling and support) Ethics Consultation for Patient Organizations: 2000-Present (Case consults, patient education, assessing medical error or compromised patient care, patient and family member education) The American Foundation for Thyroid Patients The Thyroid Foundation of America V. Publications Books for Patients (listed chronologically) 1. Rosenthal MS, 1993; 1995; 1996 (2nd edition); 1998 (3rd edition); 2000(4th edition): The Thyroid Sourcebook (McGraw-Hill, New York). [Note: Spanish, Polish and Chinese editions, 2003] 2. Rosenthal MS, 1994; 1995; 1997 (2nd edition); 1999 (3rd edition); 2003 (4th edition): The Gynecological Sourcebook (McGraw-Hill, New York). 3. Rosenthal MS, 1994; 1995; 1997 (2nd edition); 1999 (3rd edition): The Pregnancy Sourcebook (McGraw-Hill, New York). 4. Rosenthal MS, 1995; 1998 (revised edition); 1999 (2nd edition); 2002 (3rd edition): The Fertility Sourcebook (McGraw-Hill, New York). 5. Rosenthal MS, 1995; 1998 (2nd edition); 2000 (3rd edition): The Breastfeeding Sourcebook (McGraw-Hill, New York). [Note: Russian edition, 2004.] 6. Rosenthal MS, 1996; 1999 (2nd edition): The Breast Sourcebook (McGraw-Hill, New York). [Note: Arabic edtion, 2003.] 7. Rosenthal MS, 1997; 1998: The Gastrointestinal Sourcebook (McGraw-Hill, New York). 8. Rosenthal MS, 1999; 2005 (2nd edition): The Type 2 Diabetic Woman (McGraw-Hill, New York) 9. Rosenthal MS, 1999; 2004 (2nd edition): The Thyroid Sourcebook for Women (McGraw-Hill, New York). 10. Rosenthal MS, 2000: Women and Depression (McGraw-Hill, New York). 11. Rosenthal MS, 2000: Women of the Sixties Turning 50 (Penguin Books, Toronto). 12. Rosenthal MS, 2000: Women and Passion (Penguin Books, Toronto). 13. Rosenthal MS, 2000: 50 Ways To Prevent Colon Cancer (McGraw-Hill, New York). 14. Rosenthal MS 2000: 50 Ways To Prevent Women’s Heart Disease (McGraw-Hill, New York). 15. Rosenthal MS 2001: 50 Ways To Manage Heartburn, Reflux and Ulcer (McGraw-Hill, New York). 16. Rosenthal MS 2001: 50 Ways To Manage Type 2 Diabetes (McGraw-Hill, New York). 17. Rosenthal MS 2001: 50 Ways To Prevent and Manage Stress (McGraw-Hill, New York). Curriculum Vitae: M. Sara Rosenthal, Ph.D. January 29, 2015 Page 2
  3. 3. 18. Rosenthal MS, 2001: Managing PMS Naturally (Penguin Books, Toronto). 19. Rosenthal MS, 2001: Stopping Cancer At The Source (Your Health Press, Toronto) 20. Rosenthal, MS, 2001 Women and Unwanted Hair (Your Health Press, Toronto) 21. Rosenthal MS, 2001: The Hypothyroid Sourcebook (McGraw-Hill, New York) 22. Rosenthal MS 2002: 50 Ways To Fight Depression Without Drugs (McGraw-Hill, New York). [Chinese and Spanish editions 2003] 23. Rosenthal MS, 2002: Women Managing Stress (Penguin Books, Toronto). 24. Rosenthal MS, 2002; 2004 (2nd edition) The Canadian Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook (Wiley & Sons, Toronto) 25. Rosenthal MS, 2002; 2003 (2nd edition): The Thyroid Cancer Book (Your Health Press, Toronto) 26. Rosenthal MS, 2002: Natural Woman’s Guide To Living With the Complications of Diabetes (New Page Books, New York). 27. Rosenthal MS, 2003: Gynecological Health, A Sourcebook for Canadian Women (Penguin Books, Toronto.) 28. Rosenthal MS, 2003, Natural Woman’s Guide To Hormone Replacement Therapy (New Page Books, New York) 29. Rosenthal MS, 2004: The Skinny On Fat (McClelland & Stewart, Toronto). 30. Rosenthal MS, and Kenneth B. Ain, 2005: The Complete Thyroid Book (McGraw-Hill, New York) Articles Rosenthal, MS., Pierce, H. (2005) “Inherited Medullary Thyroid Cancer and The Duty to Warn: Revisiting Pate V. Threlkel”. Thyroid, Volume 15 (5):140-45. Articles Accepted Rosenthal, MS. (2006) “Socio-Ethical Issues in Hospital Birth: Troubling Tales From a Canadian Sample.” (Sociological Perspectives.) Rosenthal, MS. (2006) “Ethical Problems with Patient Misconceptions in RAI Scans and Therapy.” (Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology). Articles in Preparation Rosenthal, MS. “Reframing Clinical Equipoise for the Phase I Trial.” Rosenthal, MS, and Slevin, JT. “Ethical Dilemmas in Parkinson’s: Resolving Clinical Uncertainty.” Rosenthal, MS. “Ethical Dilemmas in the Severely Hypothyroid Patient.” VI. Research Extramural Pending: “Socio-Ethical Barriers in Genetic Screening for Medullary Thyroid Cancer” (Scored R01; 2nd Resubmission planned for February 06.) University of Toronto Rosenthal (CI) 2000 “Women’s Health Research Network Internet Resources Project” This project involved a meta-analysis and collection of Canadian women’s health resources on the Internet for the development of a women’s health page developed by the Women’s Health Research Network, affiliated with the University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics through a grant from the Social Science and Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). Human Resources Development Canada Rosenthal, (PI) 2001 “Community Ethics: Towards an Ethical Framework.” This project involved an extensive meta-analysis on community care, home care and hospital-at-home. The goals of this analysis were to identify topics of ethical concern to workers in the field of home or community care; identify possible solutions to established problems in the field of home or community care; and to suggest practical ethical guidelines that workers in the field of home or community care can use in the “trenches”. The outcome of this research formed a Background Paper and content for an Ethics Roundtable attended by homecare providers across Canada. Curriculum Vitae: M. Sara Rosenthal, Ph.D. January 29, 2015 Page 3
  4. 4. The Ontario Hospital Association Rosenthal, (PI) 2002 “Women’s Health Consumerism” This research was a meta-analysis of women’s health consumerism, which surveyed doctor office visits and health products and prescriptions. This research resulted in a background paper to the Ontario Hospital Association’s membership. PricewaterhouseCoopers Rosenthal (Co-Investigator) 2002 Tracking Trends: Canadian Healthcare Consumerism from 1988-2002” This research summarized trends from PricewaterhouseCoopers health surveys collected between 1988 through 2002, representing approximately 2000 questions and 25,000 respondents. Subscribers to these surveys included all levels of healthcare providers: health care provider associations, ministries of health within municipal and federal government, NGO’s, regional health authorities and pharmaceutical companies. This data was weighted against 1996 Statistics Canada census information (e.g. province size, community size, gender, age) to adjust for differences in response rates, and the outcome of this research was a Summary Report utilized by subscribers. The Ontario Hospital Association Rosenthal, (PI) 2002 “The Female Health Consumer And Informed Consent” This research explored some of the tensions and problems surrounding adequate informed consent for female health consumers with respect to gender-related healthcare, such as routine gynecological healthcare, reproductive healthcare, menopausal healthcare, and postmenopausal healthcare. The outcome of this research was a bioethics Background Paper distributed to Ontario hospitals and healthcare workers as a component of their continuing medical education. Intramural The University of Toronto Rosenthal, (PI) 1998-1999 “Socio-Ethical Issues of Prenatal Testing Literature” A content analysis of current prenatal testing literature distributed by hospitals and women’s healthcare organizations to pregnant patients, examining the ethical, legal and social implications of this literature, as well as the implications of the absence of such literature. The University of Toronto Rosenthal, (PI) 2000-2002 “Socio-Ethical Issues of Prenatal Counselling” A qualitative study surveying the quality of verbal counseling that university-educated pregnant women in Toronto received from their prenatal healthcare providers. The main inquiry evaluated what pregnant women were “hearing” when they were being verbally counselled about their prenatal health, and evaluated the ethical, legal and social implications of prenatal counseling, as well as the absence of such counseling. The University of Kentucky Rosenthal, (PI) 2003 (in progress) “Socio-ethical Barriers to Genetic Screening in Medullary Thyroid Cancer” The purpose of this pilot study is to determine whether the medullary thyroid cancer (MTC) patient who is being screened for the autosomal dominant gene mutation for MTC understands and appreciates the benefits, risks, and potential social harms associated with genetic screening. This research will also identify key social and ethical barriers to genetic screening with respect to the individual patient and his or her family members. The data obtained from this pilot study will inform objectives for a larger nationally funded study. Curriculum Vitae: M. Sara Rosenthal, Ph.D. January 29, 2015 Page 4
  5. 5. VII. Invited Lectures (Lectures prior to 1997 not listed.) “Cancer Prevention” (Panelist). The Ontario Public Health Association Annual Conference, November, 1997, Sudbury, Ontario. “Breast Cancer: Screening, Treatment, Possible Causes” (Keynote). Women’s Wellness Weekend, Manitoulin Island, Ontario. June 15, 1998. “Women and Thyroid Disease” (Keynote). The American Foundation for Thyroid Patients, October 30, 1999, Houston, Texas. “Thyroid Cancer and Long Term Survivorship.” The Thyroid Cancer Survivor’s Association, Annual Conference, September, 2000 and 2001, Washington, D.C. “Ethical Issues in Breast Cancer” (Keynote). Sponsored by Hamilton Public Health and Community Services, and Dell Pharmacy. Dundurn Castle, Hamilton Ontario, October, 2000. “Cancer and the Environment: Education and Prevention.” (Panelist). Sponsored by The Breast Cancer Prevention Coalition, Canadian Association for Physicians and the Environment, Canadian Environmental Law Assocation, Environmental Studies Program, University of Toronto, Ontario College of Family Physicians, Environmental Health Committee, Occupational Health Clinic, Toronto; Toronto Environmental Alliance; Women’s Health and the Environment Network. Medical Sciences Building, University of Toronto, April 23, 2001. “Burgeoning Issues in Women’s Health”. (Keynote). Sponsored by the Scarborough Women’s Centre, The Guild Inn, May 12, 2001. “Environmental Causes of Cancer”. (Keynote). Sponsored by the Canadian Autoworkers Association (CAW), Oshawa, Ontario, September 15, 2001. “Living Well With Thyroid Disease” (Keynote). Sponsored by the Dell Pharmacy Living Well Series. Royal Botanical Gardens, Burlington, Ontario. June, 2001; and June, 2002. “Women and Emotional Health (Keynote).” Annual Women’s Wellness Evening. Sponsored by Haddassah, Kingston, Ontario. April 22, 2002. “Living Well With Type 2 Diabetes” (Keynote). Sponsored by the Dell Pharmacy Living Well Series. Royal Botanical Gardens, Burlington, Ontario. November 4, 2001. “Breastfeeding and The Working Mom”. (Panelist). Sponsored by EvenFlo, New York Academy of Sciences, New York, September 24, 2003. "Ethical Issues Around Hirsutism" (Keynote). The American Electrology Association Convention. Sponsored by the American Electrology Association. November 5, 2003, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Talk repeated, March, 2004, for the The Massachussets Chapter of the American Electrology Association conference. “Hirsutism: It’s a Psychosocial Issue, Not a Beauty Problem” (Keynote). The American Electrology Association Convention. Sponsored by The American Electrology Association, November 6, 2003, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. “Ethical Issues in Food Labelling”. Sponsored by the University of Kentucky Department of Community and Leadership Development, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, March 24, 2004. “Ethical Problems with Patient Misinformation in Endocrinology”. October 30, 2004, Annual Conference, Ohio Valley Chapter of the American Association for Clinical Endocrinology, The Marriott, Lexington, KY. End of Life Panel: Addressing the Schiavo Case Sponsored by the Univesity of Kentucky and Hospice of the Bluegrass. March 25, 2005. “Breastfeeding in the Workplace”. CAPPA. Sponsored by Evenflo, April 29, 2005. Curriculum Vitae: M. Sara Rosenthal, Ph.D. January 29, 2015 Page 5
  6. 6. “Women and Stress.” Women’s Conference, Chatham, Ontario, Canada. May 5, 2005. “What is a Clinical Ethics Consult, and When Do You Need One?” September Bioethics Lecture, Program for Bioethics Lecture Series. September 6, 2005. “Ethical Problems with Patient Misconceptions in RAI Scans and Therapy.” Society for Nuclear Medicine Conference, October 8, 2005, Rochester, NY. “Ethical Issues for Thyroid Cancer Patients: Information and Expectations.” Thyroid Cancer Information Day, Burlington Ontario. Sponsored by Genzyme Corporation. October 15, 2005. “Justice in Biotechnology: Ethical and Economic Considerations.” 1st Southwestern Ontario Multidisciplinary Biotechnology Symposium, London Health Sciences Centre, London, Ontario, Canada, October 26, 2005. “Ethical Issues in DNR and End of Life Care.” UK Med Alumni Assoc., Medical Alumni Reunion conference. Friday, October 28, 8:30-9:30 at the Marriott Grand Rounds University of Kentucky College of Nursing: Nursing Ethics in the Clinical Setting. March 23, 2005. University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Dept. of Neurology: “Ethical Dilemmas in Translational Research: Resolving Clinical Uncertainty.” April 27, 2005. University of Kentucky College of Dentistry. The Informed Consent Process in the Oral Health Setting. May 3, 2005. University of Kentucky College of Medicine, OBGYN. “Ethical Issues in the OBGYN Clinical Setting.” October 18, 2005. Clinical Ethics Seminars and Teaching, University of Kentucky Internal Medicine. Introduction to Clinical Ethics. January 13, 2005 OBGYN. Ethical issues in the Obstetrics Setting. January 25, 2005. Students Association, AMA. Introduction to Clinical Ethics. March 9, 2005. College of Nursing: Nursing Ethics in the Clinical Setting, March 23, 2005. Internal Medicine Residents: Ethics Case Discussion, March 25, 2005. Research Ethics, K130. Research on Children. March 29, 2005. Internal Medicine. Ethics Case Discussion, May 16, 2005. Pediatric ICU: Ethics at the Bedside (various cases) May 19, 2005; repeated June 30, 2005; October 18, 2005. House Staff. Bioethics Consults. Orientation, July 5, 2005. Magnet Status Ethics Breakfast. August 11, 2005. Nursing Ethics in the Clinical Setting, Acute Care Nurses Council, July 20, 2005; repeated for: • Markey Nurses Council, August 8, 2005 • OB Nurses Council, September 8, 2005 • Psychiatric Nurses Council, September 8, 2005 • Cardiac Nurses Council, October 10, 2005 • Pool Nurses Council, November, 2005 • Children’s Hospital Nurses Council, November 16, 2005 Nursing Ethics Leadership Workshop, Alumni House. October 13, 2005. Curriculum Vitae: M. Sara Rosenthal, Ph.D. January 29, 2015 Page 6
  7. 7. Presented Papers/Seminars and Teaching “The Role of Dot Com in Bioethics.” Delivered at Canadian Bioethics Society annual conference, October 11-14, 2000, Quebec City, Quebec. “Imagine Community Ethics Taking Centre Stage.” Delivered at Canadian Bioethics Society annual conference, October 14-16, 2001, Winnipeg, Manitoba. “The Role of Trade Publishing in Bioethics.” Delivered January 15, 2001 as part of The University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics Seminar Series, an accredited continuing education activity under AMA, CFPC and RCPSC programs. “The Vagina Monologues: Troubling Tales of Labor and Delivery in Toronto Teaching Hospitals.” May 23, 2002. The Conference on Issues in Women's Health, sponsored by the Centre for Research in Women's Health, Toronto, Ontario. “Socio-ethical Issues of Genetic Screening in Thyroid Cancer”. Department of Behavioral Science Brown Bag Series, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, October 22, 2003. “Ethical Problems in DNR and long-term care”. January, 2004. Sanders-Brown Center on Aging Seminar Series, University of Kentucky. “Ethical Issues in Prenatal Care and Hospital Birth: Troubling Tales.” Pacific Sociological Association meeting, San Francisco April 15- 18, 2004. Paper re-presented, November 3, 2004, Department of Behavioral Science Brown Bag Series, University of Kentucky College of Medicine. Curriculum Vitae: M. Sara Rosenthal, Ph.D. January 29, 2015 Page 7

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