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CURRICULUM VITAE John J. Paris, S.J.

Present Positions: Michael P. Walsh Professor of Bioethics Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 Former Positions: Professor of Religious Studies College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA (1972-1990) Adjunct Professor of Medicine University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA (1982-1994) Clinical Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA 02111 (1985-1998) Education: Boston College, B.S. 1959 (History) Harvard University, A.M. (T) 1969 (Government/Ed.) Weston College, Ph. L. 1967 (Philosophy) Boston College, B.D. 1967 (Theology) University of Southern California, M.A., Ph.D., 1972 (Social Ethics) Appointments: Yale Law School, Visiting Scholar 1977-78 Hastings Center, NEH Fellow 1983-84; Visiting Scholar, Fall '85 Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University, Visiting Scholar, Spring '86 Princeton University, NEH Fellow in Politics, Summer '87 University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine, Visiting Scholar, 1989-90; Fall '92; Fall '94, Fall '96, Fall ’98, Fall ’00, Fall ’02, Fall ’04, Spring ’10. Georgetown University School of Medicine, Center for Clinical Ethics, Visiting Scholar, Spring '99. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Center for Bioethics, Visiting Scholar, Summer '99. Stanford Medical School, Visiting Professor, Center for Biomedical Ethics, Spring '06, Spring ’08, Spring ‘12

Consultant: 1.

Consultant, President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research, 1982-83

2.

Advisory Panel on "Issues in Technology and Aging," U.S. Congress Office of Technology Assessment, 1985-87

3.

Consultant, U.S. Senate Committee on Aging 1986-88

4.

LORAN Commission, Harvard Community Health Plan, 1985-88

5.

Consultant, Harvard Community Health Plan, 1988-90

Medical Committees: 1.

Institutional Review Committee, St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1979-82.

2.

DO NOT RESUSCITATE Committee, St. Vincent hospital, 1980-81.

3.

DO NOT RESUSCITATE task Force, U Mass. Medical Center, 1980-81.

4.

Treatment Issues Task Force, U Mass. Medical Center, 1981-84.

5.

Committee on Research Involving Human Subjects, Harvard School of Public Health, 1981-84.

6.

New Issues Committee, Massachusetts Medical Society, 1984-85.

7.

Board of Directors, American Society of Law and Medicine, 1984-87.

8.

Ethics Committee, National Hospice Organization, 1987-90.

9.

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Task Force on Critical Care (CANADA), 1993-95.

10.

Ethics Committee, Society of Critical Care Medicine, 1995-99.

Board Memberships: 1.

Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of Perinatology, 1995-Present.

2.

Editorial Review Board Member, Cambridge quarterly of Health Care Ethics, 2002-Present.

3.

Editorial Review Board Member, American Journal of Bioethics, 2004-Present.

4.

International Advisory Committee, Center for Ethics and Law, Copenhagen, Denmark

5.

Board of Directors of a Non-Profit, Fallon Community Health Plan, Worcester, MA, 2005Present.

6.

Board of Advisors of a For-Profit, Advanced Cell Technology, Worcester, MA, 2006-Present.

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Reviewer and Referee: 1.

New England Journal of Medicine

2.

Journal of American Medical Association

3.

Law, Medicine and Health Care

4.

Hastings Center Report

5.

Health Progress

6.

Journal of Perinatology

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Prentice Hall

8.

United States Senate Committee on Aging

9.

Journal of General Internal Medicine

10.

Pediatrics

11.

Business Ethics Quarterly

Fellowships: Edwards Fellowship, Harvard University, 1959-1960. Oakly Fellowship, University of Southern California, 1969-72. Faculty Fellowship, Holy Cross College, Summer, 1973. Research on interrelationship of the broadcast industry and Congress. Louis M. Fisher Fellowship, Horizons for Justice Program, Summer, 1974. Participation in program on "Social and Political Development in Mexico." National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellowship, 1975. "The Warren Court," University of California, Santa Barbara. General Electric Fellowship Corporate Responsibility Program, Summer, 1976. Catholic University. Fellowship in Law and Ethics, Harvard Law School, 1977-1978 (declined). Fellowship in Law, Yale Law School, 1977-78. Society for Values in Higher Education Fellowship, Summer, 1978 and Summer, 1979. Institute for Management and Public Policy, Yale University. National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellowship, 1980. "Religion." Faculty Fellowship, Holy Cross College, Summer, 1981, 1982, and 1983.

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Visiting Research Scholar, Kennedy Institute for Ethics, Georgetown University. National Endowment for the Humanities, Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Hastings Center for Life Sciences, 1983-1984. National Endowment for the Humanities, Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Politics, Summer, 1987.

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Publications 1.

John J. Paris, "The Politics of Public Broadcasting," Commonwealth, Vol. XCVII, November 24, 1972: 179-181.

2.

John J. Paris, "Toward an Understanding of the Supreme Court's Approach to Religion in Conscientious Objector Cases," Suffolk Law Review, 1973; 7:449-515.

3.

John J. Paris, "Forced Medication: By Whose Right," America, November 15, 1975; 323-326.

4.

John J. Paris, "The Communications Subcommittees of the House and Senate," in Ralph Nader The Commerce Committees, New York: Viking Press, December, 1975; 212-251.

5.

John J. Paris, "Compulsory Medical Treatment and Religious Freedom: Whose Law Prevails," 20 University of San Francisco Law Review, 1976; 1-46.

6.

John J. Paris, "Withholding Life Support Treatment from the Mentally Incompetent," Linacre Quarterly, Vol. 45, August 1978; 237-248.

7.

John J. Paris, "Court Intervention and Diminution of Patients' Rights," New England Journal of Medicine, October 9, 1980; 876-878.

8.

John J. Paris, "The Unfortunate Legacy of Brother Fox: A Diminishment of the Rights of the Dying Patient," America, November 8, 1980; 282-285.

9.

John J. Paris, "Correspondence," New England Journal of Medicine, February 26, 1981; 545546.

10.

John J. Paris, "Dilemmas of a Dying Physician's Plea," Christian Century, March 11, 1981; 253254.

11.

John J. Paris, "The New York Court of Appeals Rules on the Right of Incompetent Dying Patients: The Conclusion of the Brother Fox Case," New England Journal of Medicine, June 4, 1981.

12.

John J. Paris and McCormick, "Living Will Legislation: A Reconsideration," America, September 5, 1981; 86-89.

13.

John J. Paris, "Correspondence," New England Journal of Medicine, November 12, 1981; 12221223.

14.

John J. Paris, "The Six Million Dollar Woman: A Decerebrate Patient's Eighteen Years of Care," Connecticut Medicine, November 1981; 720-721.

15.

John J. Paris, "Death, Dying and the Courts: The Travesty and Tragedy of the Earle Spring Case," Linacre Quarterly, February, 1982; 26-41.

16.

John J. Paris, "Comfort Measures Only for DNR Orders," Connecticut Medicine, April, 1982; 195-200.

17.

John J. Paris, "Terminating Treatment for Newborns: A Theological Perspective," Law, Medicine and Health Care, June, 1982; 120-124.

18.

John J. Paris, "Medical Ethics, The Courts and Death With Dignity," in Bart Gruzelski (ed.) Value Conflicts in Health Care Delivery, Ballinger Press, 1982. 5

19

John J. Paris, "Correspondence- Withholding Treatment," Law, Medicine and Health Care, October 1982; 232-234.

20.

John J. Paris, "Brain Death, Death and Euthanasia," Thought, December, 1982; 476-483.

21.

John J. Paris and Ronald E. Cranford, M.D., "Brain Death, Pro-Life and Catholic Confusion: A Public Policy Debate," America, December 4, 1982; 345-350.

22.

John J. Paris, "Sperm Bank: Risky Investment in the Future," Agora, February 22, 1983; 6-7.

23.

John J. Paris and Richard McCormick, "Saving Defective Infants: Options for Life or Death," America, April 23, 1983; 313-317.

24.

John J. Paris, "The Legal Perspective," in Marianne L. Naaman, ed. Moral and Ethical Issues in Health Care: Role of the Patient Representative, Chicago: American Hospital Association, 1983.

25.

John J. Paris, "Reflections on the Care of Handicapped Children: A Theological and Ethical Analysis," Testimony Before the Subcommittee on Family and Human Services, Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, April 6, 1983; Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1983.

26.

John J. Paris and Ronald E. Cranford, "Definition of Brain Death," Theology Today, April 1983; 5-15 (reprinted from December 4, 1982 America).

27.

John J. Paris and Ronald E. Cranford, "Viewpoint- Brain Death: Change the Law," Newsday, August 25, 1983; 36.

28.

John J. Paris and Anne B. Fletcher, "Infant Doe Regulations and the Absolute Requirement to Use Nourishment and Fluids for the Dying Infant," Law, Medicine and Health Care, October, 1983; 30.

29.

John J. Paris, "Right to Life Doesn't Demand Heroic Sacrifice," Wall Street Journal, November 28, 1983;30.

30.

John J. Paris, "An Ethicist Takes the Stand," Hastings Center Report, February, 1984; 32-33.

31.

John J. Paris, "The Decision to Withdraw Life-Sustaining Treatment and the Potential Role of an Institutional Ethics Committee: The Case of People vs. Barber and Nejdl," in Edward Doudera (ed.) Institutional Ethics Committees and Health Care Decisionmaking, Ann Arbor: AUPHA Press, 1984; 203-208.

32.

John J. Paris, "Non-treatment Decisions in Critically Ill Infants: An Ethical Analysis," Journal of the California Perinatal Association, April, 1984; 38-43.

33.

John J. Paris and Andrew Varga, "Care of the Hopelessly Ill," America, September 22, 1984, 141-144.

34.

John J. Paris, "Quality Health Care in an Era of Cost Containment," Connecticut Medicine, February, 1985; 105-109.

35.

John J. Paris, "Purple Dots and Red Circles: Physician Responsibility for DNR Orders," Connecticut Medicine, February 1985; 109-112.

36.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, "Court Responses to Withholding Nutrition and Fluids," JAMA, April 19, 1985;2243-2245. 6

37.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, ""Ethical and Legal Issues in Intensive Care Medicine," in Rippe (ed.) Intensive Care Medicine, Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1985; 1135-1145.

38.

John J. Paris, "Ethics in Context: Aiding a Suicide Attempt," Criminal Justice Ethics, Summer/Fall, 1985.

39.

John J. Paris, "Sustaining Life," Tufts Medical Alumni Bulletin, Fall, 1985; 26-27.

40.

John J. Paris, "Withholding or Withdrawing Nutrition and Fluids: What Are the Real Issues?" Health Progress, December, 1985; 22-25.

41.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, "Ethics Committees in Critical Care," in Orlowski and Kanoti (eds.) Critical Care Clinics, January, !986; 111-122.

42.

John J. Paris, "When Burdens of Feeding Outweigh Benefits," Hastings Center Report, February, 1986; 30-32.

43.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, "Dilemmas in Intensive Care Medicine," in Victoroff (ed.) Primary Care, April 1, 1986; 75-90.

44.

John J. Paris and William Drake III, "Allocation of Scarce Resources: A Challenge for American Medicine," in Victoroff (ed.) Primary Care, June, 1986; 343-348.

45.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, "Recent Developments in Treatment Decisions," Risk Management Foundation Forum, July, 1986; 3-6.

46.

John J. Paris, "Living Will Legislation," CGA World, Summer, 1986; 18-19.

47.

John J. Paris, "The Withdrawal of Intravenous Feeding: Murder or an Acceptable Medical Practice?" in Werhane, Gini and Ozar (eds.) Philosophical Issues in Human Rights, New York: Random House, 1986; 90-100.

48.

John J. Paris, "DRG's and the Changing Values in the Care of the Elderly," in Carroll (ed.,) DRG's - Ethical and Legal Implications of Treatment, Burlington, Massachusetts Hospital Association, 1986; 1-40.

49.

Special Committee on Aging, United States Senate, "A Matter of Choice: Planning Ahead for Health Care Decisions," Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, December, 1986.

50.

John J. Paris and Richard A. McCormick, "The Catholic Tradition on the Use of Nutrition and Fluids," America, May 2, 1987; 356-361.

51.

John J. Paris and Anne B. Fletcher, "Withholding of Nutrition and Fluids in the Hopelessly Ill Patient," Clinics in Perinatology, June, 1987; 367-377.

52.

John J. Paris, "Personal Autonomy Over Institutional Consideration," New Jersey Law Journal, July 16, 1987; 22-23.

53.

John J. Paris and Anne B. Fletcher, "Bioethical Issues Surrounding Transport of Neonates," in MacDonald and Miller (eds.) Emergency Transport of the Perinatal Patient, Boston: Little Brown & Co., 1989; 170-178.

54.

John J. Paris, "Catholic Considerations of Brain Death and Organ Retrieval," Kaufman (ed.) Pediatric Brain Death and Organ/Tissue Retrieval: Medical, Ethical and Legal Aspects, New York: Plenum, 1989; 35-45. 7

55.

John J. Paris, "The Ethical Environment of Neonatal Intensive Care," in Russell (ed.) Perspective in NICU Planning, Columbus: Ross, 1989; 4-9.

56.

John J. Paris, "A Desperate Act, But Not Murder," Chicago Tribune, May 15, 1989; 15.

57.

John J. Paris, "Ethical Considerations of Infant with Hypoplastic Left-Heart Multiple Sclerosis," and Commentary on Proxy Refusal of Jejunostomy in Multiple Sclerosis," in Stanley (ed.) Case Studies in Limitation of Treatment Decisions, 1990.

58.

John J. Paris, Robert Crone and Frank E. Reardon, "Physician Refusal of Requested Treatment: The Case of Baby L," New England Journal of Medicine, April 5, 1990; 322:1012-1014.

59.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, "Ethical and Legal Dilemmas in the Coronary Care Unit," in Joel Alpert, (ed.) Modern Coronary Care, Boston: Little Brown & Co., 1990; 747-767.

60.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, "Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health," Clinical Ethics Report, 4 (1), July, 1990; 1-10.

61.

John J. Paris, "Public Policy Implications of Health Care Rationing," 1990 Annual Lecture Vanderbilt Institute for Public Policy, Nashville: Vanderbilt Press, 1990; 1-8.

62.

John J. Paris, "The AMA Guidelines on DNR Policy: Conflict over Patient Autonomy, Family Consent and Physician Responsibility," Clinical Ethics Report, 5 (2): 1991; 1-8.

63.

John J. Paris, "Health Care Proxy Legislation," Worcester Medicine, Spring, 1991; 2-5.

64.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, "Moral, Ethical and Legal Issues in the Intensive Care Unit," Journal of Intensive Care, 6 (4): July-August, 1991; 175-195.

65.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, "Ethical and Legal Analysis of Problems in Critical Care Medicine," in James Rippe, (ed.) Textbook of Intensive Care Medicine: 2nd ed., Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1991; 1933-1946.

66.

John J. Paris and Kevin J. O'Connell, "Cost Containment Through Control of Services: Lessons from Oregon," Trustee Magazine, November 1991; 44 (10): October, 1991; 15-17.

67.

John J. Paris and Kevin J. O'Connell, "The Patient Self-Determination Act of 1990," Clinical Ethics Report 5(3), 1991; 1-10.

68.

John J. Paris and Kevin J. O'Connell, "Withdrawal of Nutrition and Fluids from a Neurologically Devastated Infant: The Case of Baby T," Journal of Perinatology, 1991; X1(4):372-374.

69.

John J. Paris, Robert K. Crone and Frank E. Reardon, "Ethical Context for Physician Refusal of Requested Treatment," Journal of Perinatology, 1991; X1(3):273-275.

70.

John J. Paris, Robert D. Orr and Mark Siegler, "Caring for the Terminally Ill: Resolving Conflicting Objectives Between Patient, Physician, Family and Institution," Journal of Family Practice, 1992; 33(5):500-504.

71.

John J. Paris, "The Catholic Tradition on the Use of Nutrition and Fluids," in Kevin Wildes, (ed.) Birth, Suffering and Death, Netherlands: Kluwer Publishers, 1992; 189-208.

72.

John J. Paris, "Active Euthanasia," Theological Studies, 1992; 53(1):113-126.

73.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, "Physician Refusal of Requests for Futile or Ineffective Interventions," Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics, Spring, 1992; 127-134. 8

74.

John J. Paris and Gina Signorello, "The Use of Anencephalic Organ Donors: Lesson of Baby Theresa Ann," Clinical Ethics Report, 6 (3) 1992; 3-6.

75.

John M. Stanley, John J. Paris, et al. "The Appleton International Conference: Developing Guidelines for Decisions to Forego Life-Prolonging Medical Treatment," Journal of Medical Ethics, 1992; 18 (Supplement): 1-22.

76.

John J. Paris, Anita H. Weiss and Scott Soifer, "Ethical Issues in the Use of Life-Prolonging Interventions for an Infant with Trisomy 18," Ethical Issues in Perinatology, 1992: 12:366-368.

77.

John J. Paris and Eric Kodish, "Ethical Issues in Neonatology," in Jeffrey Pomerance, (ed.) Issues in Clinical Neonatology, Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange: 1993;531-546.

78.

John J. Paris and Frank E Reardon, "Physician Refusal of Requests for Futile or Ineffective Interventions," in Wittenberg, (ed.) Emerging Issues in Biomedical Policy, NY: Columbia University Press, 1993; 32-43.

79.

John J. Paris, "Pipes, Colanders and Leaky Buckets: Reflections on the Futility Debate," Cambridge Quarterly on Health Care Ethics, 1993; 2:147-149.

80.

John J. Paris and Vivienne Newman, "Ethical Issues in the Quadruple Amputation of a Child with Meningococaal Shock," Journal of Perinatology, 1993; XII:56-58.

81.

John J. Paris, "Paure Infondate e Valutazioni de Operatore a Paziente," in AIDS: Etica, giustizia e politica sanitaria, (ed.) Paolo Cattorini. Milano: Edizioni Paoline, 1993; 329:354-357.

82.

John J. Paris, "Ethical Issues in Withholding or Withdrawal of Nutrition and Fluids," Clinical Nutrition: Journal of the European Society of Parental and Enteral Nutrition, 1993; 12:12-15.

83.

John J. Paris, Michael Schreiber, Mindy Statter, Robert Arensman and Mark Siegler, "Beyond Autonomy: Physicians' Refusal to Use Life-Prolonging Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation," New England Journal of Medicine, 1993; 329:354-357.

84.

John J. Paris and James J. Murphy, "Medical Futility and Physician Refusal of Requested Treatment," Clinical Ethics Report, 1993; 7(2):1-7.

85.

John J. Paris and Anthony J. Bell, "Guarantee My Child Will Be 'Normal' or Stop All Treatment," Journal of Perinatology, 1993; XIII:469-472.

86.

John J. Paris. "Ethical Issues in Separation of the Lakeberg Siamese Twins," Journal of Perinatology, 1993; XIII:423-424.

87.

John J. Paris, Stephen L. Leach and L.D.H. Wood, "Ethical Issues in the CCU: Physician Refusal of Requested Treatment," In Il Trattamento Delle Emergenze Cardiologiche, 1993; 145150.

88.

John J. Paris and Michael D. Schreiber, "Physicians' Refusal to Provide Inappropriate Treatment," (Correspondence) New England Journal of Medicine, 1994; 330:145.

89.

John J. Paris and Alvin H. Moss, "Guidelines on the Use of Renal Dialysis," Clinical Ethics Report, 1993; 7(3):1-5.

90.

John J. Paris and Mark L. Poorman, "Autonomy Run Amuck: When a Patient Determines the Limits of Life-Prolonging Medical Treatment," Orthopedics Today, January 1994; 46.

91.

John J. Paris, "Planning on A Miracle," The Christian Century, March 9, 1994; 244-245. 9

92.

John J. Paris et al, "Stopping Dialysis of an Incompetent Patient Over the Family's Objection: Is It Ever Ethical and Legal?" Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, May 1994; 4(11):1879-1883.

93.

John J. Paris, Anthony J. Bell and Colin Morley, "Lethal Short-Bowel Syndrome; More than a Medical Challenge," Journal of Perinatology, May/June 1994; XIV:3, 226-229.

94.

John J. Paris, "Nutritional Care of Patients with Severe Head Injuries," Clinical Nutrition Update, 4(3), Summer 1994; 4.

95.

John J. Paris, "Physician Refusal of Requested Life-Sustaining Treatment," Tenth World Congress on Medical Law, August/September 1994, B:314-328.

96.

John J. Paris, "Ethics of Artificial Feeding," Medicine International (UK), October 1994; 22(10): 405.

97.

John J. Paris, "The Domination of Law in American Bioethics: A Response to Annas," in Michael A. Grodin (ed.), Meta Medical Ethics: The Philosophical Foundation of Bioethics. Netherlands: Kluwer Publishing, 1995: 97-108.

98.

John J. Paris, Anthony J. Bell and James J. Murphy, "Pediatric Brain Death: Dead is Dead," Journal of Perinatology, Jan/Feb 1995; XV:1, 67-70.

99.

John J. Paris, et al., "Guidelines on the Care of Anencephalic Infants: A Response to Baby K," Journal of Perinatology, July/August 1995; 15(4): 318-324.

100.

John J. Paris and James J. Murphy, "When the Doctor Says No: The Ethical Dilemma," The Governance Institute, Winter 1995.

101.

John J. Paris, et al., "The 'Medical Loss Ratio': The Determination of Medical Standards by the Marketplace," Journal of Perinatology, 1995; 15(5): 407-411.

102.

John J. Paris and Mark Poorman, "Playing God and the Removal of Life-Prolonging Therapy," The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 1995; 19:403-418.

103.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, "Ethical and Legal Dilemmas in the Coronary Care Unit," in Gary S. Francis and Joseph S. Alpert (eds.) Coronary Care, 2nd ed., Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1995, 763-784.

104.

John J. Paris and Frank E. Reardon, "An Ethical and Legal Analysis of Problems in Critical Care Medicine," in James Rippe, (ed.) Textbook of Intensive Care Medicine: 3rd ed., Vol. II, Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1996; 2549-2567.

105.

John J. Paris, "Manslaughter or a Legitimate Parental Decision? The Messenger Case," Journal of Perinatolgy, 1996; 16(1):60-64.

106.

John J. Paris and Michael D. Schreiber, "Physicians Refusal to Provide Life-Prolonging Medical Interventions," Clinics in Perinatology, 1996; 23(3):563-571.

107.

John J. Paris and Michael D. Schreiber, "Parental Discretion in Refusal of Treatment for Newborns," Clinics in Perinatology, 1996; 23(3):573-581.

108.

Jason Kzarlawich, John J. Paris, et al., "Clinical Ethical Concerns in the Operating Room," in Mark A. Malangoni, ed. Critical Issues in Operating Room Management. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven, 1997. 10

109.

John J. Paris and Mark Poorman, “When Religious Beliefs and Medical Judgments Conflict: Civic Polity and the Social Good,” in Marjorie Zucker and Howard Zucker (ed.) Medical Futility, Cambridge University Press, 1997.

110.

John J. Paris, “Autonomy and Physician-Assisted Suicide,” America, May 17, 1997; 11-14.

111.

Regier, Paris, Pellegrino, McGrath, Siegler, et al. “Ethical Issues in Surgery: The Forgotten Sponge,” General Surgery News, February, 1997; 18(2):1+18; “Injured Teenager Asks to Die,” March, 1997; 18(3):1+18; “Cystic Kidney Disease,” April, 1997; 18(4):1+18; “Truth Telling and HMO Contract,” May, 1997; 18(4):1+16.

112.

John J. Paris, Michael D. Schreiber and Maura A. Ryan. “Induced Early Delivery of a Fetus with Hypoplatsic Left Heart: A Moral Choice When Neither Surgery Nor Abortion Is an Acceptable Option,” Journal of Perinatolgy, 1997; 17(4):314-317.

113.

John J. Paris, J. Cameron Muir, Frank E. Reardon. “Ethical and Legal Issues in Intensive Care,” Journal of Intensive Care Medicine, 1997;12:298-309.

114.

John J. Paris, “Effectiveness of Living Wills: The Findings of the Support Study,” Mature Medicine Canada, March April 1998, pp. 47-48.

115.

John J. Paris and Michael P. Moreland, “Physician Assisted Suicide: Expanding the Debate,” edited by Margaret P. Batkin, Rosamond Rhodes, and Anita Silvers. Routledge, New York and London 1998.

116.

John J. Paris and William J. Gargaro, “Deciding Life and Death in the Courtroom: Debate and Clarification,” (Letters) The Journal of the American Medical Association, April 22/29, 1998, p. 1259.

117.

Regier, Paris, McGrath, Siegler, et al. General Surgery News, “Experts Debate Ethical and Legal Issues Associated with Physician-Assisted Suicide,” April 1998, pp. 16, 18. “Family Sees Exploratory Surgery on C-6 Quadriplegic as Unwanted ‘Heroic’ Care,” May 1998, pp. 16, 20. “Family Divided in Requests for Father’s Terminal Care,” June 1998, pp. 12-13. “Parents Wish to Donate Anencephalic Infant’s Organs before ‘Legal’ Death,” July 1998, pp. 13-14.

118.

John J. Paris, Jay P. Goldsmith, and Maria Cimperman, “Resuscitation of a Micropremie: The Case of MacDonald v. Milleville,” Journal of Perinatology, July/August 1998, 18(4):302-305.

119.

John J. Paris, “Hugh Finn’s ‘Right to Die,’ ” America, October 31, 1998, pp. 13-15.

120.

John J. Paris, Edwin H. Cassem, G. William Dec, and Frank E. Reardon, “Use of a DNR Order Over Family Objections: The Case of Gilgunn v. MGH,” Journal of Intensive Care Medicine, 1999;14:41-45.

121.

John J. Paris, J. Cameron Muir, and Frank E. Reardon, “An Economic, Ethical and Legal Analysis of Problems in Critical Care Medicine,” in James Rippe, Richard Irwin, Frank Cerra (eds.) Intensive Care Medicine, 4th ed., Vol. II, New York: Lippincott-Raven Publishers, 1999.

122.

John J. Paris, Jaideep Singh, Michael D. Schreiber, and Frank E. Reardon, “Unilateral Do-NotResuscitate Order in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit,” Journal of Perinatology, 1999;19(5):383-387.

123.

John J. Paris, Horace DeLisser and Rashmin Savani, “Ending Innovative Therapy for Infants at the Margins of Viability: Case of Twins H,” Journal of Perinatology 2000; 4:251-256. 11

124.

John J. Paris and Stephen G. Post, "Managed Care, Cost Control, and the Common Good," Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2000;9:182-188.

125.

John J. Paris, J. Cameron Muir, and Frank E. Reardon, “Ethical and Legal Issues in an Era of Managed Care," in James Rippe and Richard Irwin (eds.) Manual of Intensive Care Medicine, 3rd ed., Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2000.

126.

John J. Paris, "The Use of Significant Financial Rewards to Reduce Medical Expenses in a ForProfit Prison Population: An Acceptable or Perverse Incentive?" in Proceedings of 13th World Congress on Medical Law, Helsinki, 2000:881-887.

127.

John J. Paris, "Ten Years After the USA Case of Nancy Cruzan: Its Ethical and Legal Consequences," in Proceedings of Jubilee 2000 World Conference on Neurological Emergencies, Rome: Gamelli, pp. 298-301.

128.

John J. Paris and Jeffrey Ferranti, “The Changing Face of Medicine: Health Care on the Internet," Journal of Perinaology 2001;21:34-39.

129.

John J. Paris and Elaine T. Moore, “The Use of Financial Incentives in Managed Care,” America, July 2001, 12-15.

130.

John J. Paris and Alun C. Elias-Jones, M.D., “Do We Murder Mary to Save Jodie? An Ethical Analysis of the Separation of the Manchester Conjoined Twins.” Postgraduate Medical Journal, United Kingdom, 2001;77:593-598.

131.

John J. Paris, and Frank Reardon, “Bad Cases Make Bad Law: HCA v. Miller is not a Guide for Resuscitation of Extremely Premature Newborns.” Journal of Perinatology 2001;21:541-544.

132.

John J. Paris, and Mary Catherine Harris, “Ethical Issues in Fetal Surgery Involving a Twin Pregnancy.” Journal of Women’s Health & Gender-Based Medicine 2001;10(6):525-531.

133.

John J. Paris, Jeffrey Ferranti, and Frank Reardon, “From the Johns Hopkins Baby to Baby Miller: What We Have Learned from Four Decades of Reflection on Neonatal Cases.” Journal of Clinical Ethics 2001;12(3):207-214.

134.

John J. Paris, “Harvesting Organs from Cadavers: An Ethical Challenge,” America April 29, 2002, 9-12.

135.

John J. Paris, “Harmless Error and Other Forays into Bioethics,” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2002;11:353-358.

136.

John J. Paris, "The Supreme Court, HMO's and Patient Rights," America, November 25, 2002, 15-18.

137.

John J. Paris, Frank Reardon, Jeffrey Browne, "An Economic, Ethical, and Legal Analysis of Problems in Critical Care Medicine," In Irwin and Rippe Intensive Care Medicine, 5th ed. 2003, 2213-2224.

138.

John J. Paris, Michael D. Schreiber, Frank E. Reardon, "Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for a Neurologically Devastated Child: Whose Decision Is It?" Journal of Perinatology 2003;23(3):250-253.

139.

John J. Paris, “Large or Small: A Gift is a Gift is a Gift.” American Journal of Bioethics 2003;3:30. 12

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John J. Paris, Michael D. Schreiber, Frank E. Reardon, “Ethical and Legal Issues in Assisted Ventilation of Newborns.” in, Goldsmith JP. (ed) Assisted Ventilation of the Neonate (4th ed.) Philadelphia: Saunders, 2003, 5:81-90.

141.

John J. Paris, James Keenan, “Ethical Analysis and The Facts: The Schiavo Case.” America 2003: 189:15.

142.

John J. Paris, “Issues in Legal Ethics.” Seventh Judicial Conference, United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims Veterans Appeals Reporter 2004; 17: 307-335.

143.

John J. Paris, Michael D. Schreiber, Frank Reardon, “The Emergent Circumstances Exception to the Need for Consent: The Texas Supreme Court Ruling in Miller v. HCA.” Journal of Perinatology 2004:24:337-342.

144.

John J. Paris, “Improving Fairness in Coverage Decisions: Insights from the Harvard Community Health Plan’s LORAN commission Report.” American Journal of Bioethics 2004: 4(3):103-104.

145.

John J Paris, Michael D Schreiber, Frank Reardon, “Letter to the Editor: Response to Clark Study on Miller.” Journal of Perinatology 2005:25:76.

146.

John J. Paris, Gregory Webster, “Back to the Future: Overcoming Reluctance to Honor In-School DNAR Orders.” American Journal of Bioethics 2005: 5(1):67-69.

147.

John J Paris, “Resuscitation Decisions for Fetal Infants.” Pediatrics 2005: 115(5):1415.

148.

John J. Paris, Michael D. Schreiber, A Elias-Jones, "Resuscitation of the preterm infant against parental wishes," Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 2005;90:F208-F210.

149.

John J Paris, "In Law, As in Theology," Boston College Magazine 2005; 42-43.

150.

John J. Paris, "To Feed or Not to Feed: Terri Schiavo and the Use of Artificial Nutrition and Fluids," Southern Medical Journal 2005: 98(8); 757-758.

151.

John J. Paris, "What Standards Apply to Resuscitation at the Borderline of Gestational Age?" Journal of Perinatology 2005:25:11; 683-684.

152.

John J. Paris, Gregory Webster and Frank E. Reardon, "Ethical and Legal Issues in Intensive Care," in Richard S. Irwin and James M. Rippe (eds.), Manual of Intensive Care Medicine. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006: 871-875.

153.

John J. Paris, Media Attention to End-of-Life Cases. Virtual Mentor. December 2005. Available at: http://www.ama-assn.org/ama/pub/category/15752.html Accessed Dec. 1, 2005.

154.

John J. Paris, Michael D. Schreiber, Robert Fogerty, "Rage, Rage Against the Dying of the Light: Not a Metaphor for End-of-Life Care," in Lynn A. Jansen, Death in the Clinic. Rowman & Littlefield 2006, 118-132.

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John J. Paris, Neil Graham, Michael D. Schreiber, Michele Goodwin, "Has the Emphasis on Autonomy Gone Too Far? Insights form Dostoevsky on Parental Decisionmaking in the NICU," Cambridge Q Healthcare Ethics 2006:15(2);147-151.

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John J. Paris, James F. Keenan, Kenneth R. Himes, "Did John Paul II’s Allocution on “LifeSustaining Treatments Tradition," Theological Studies 2006:(67); 163-168. 13

157.

John J. Paris, "Legal Ethics: Old Concepts and New Concerns—Judicial Recrusal and AttorneyClient Confidentiality After Sarbanes-Oxley," 19 U.S. Court of Appeals Veterans Appeals Reporter 2006:220-242.

158.

JJ Paris, N Graham, MD Schreiber, M Goodwin, "Approaches to end-of-life decision-making in the NICU: Insights from Dostoevsky's The Grand Inquisitor, Journal of Perinatology 2006:26; 389-391.

159.

John J. Paris, "Terri Schiavo and the Use of Artificial Nutrition and Fluids: Insights from the Catholic Tradition on End-of-Life Care," Palliative Suppportive Care 2006:4(2);117-120.

160.

JJ Paris, JA Billings, B Cummings and MP Moreland . "Howe v. MGH and Hudson v. Texas Children's Hospital: two approaches to resolving family-physician disputes in end-of-care," Journal of Perinatology 2006:26; 726-729.

161.

John J Paris, "A Life Too Burdensome," The Tablet, January 6, 2007: 10-11.

162.

John J. Paris, et al. “Treatment decision-making for patients with the Herlitz subtype of junctional epidermolysis bullosa,” Journal of Perinatology (2007) 27, 307-311.

163.

John J. Paris, Michael P. Moreland, “Silence Is Not Always Golden in Medical DecisionMaking,” The American Journal of Bioethics (2007) 7(7):39-48.

164.

John J. Paris, et al., “Parental Refusal of Medical Treatment for a Newborn,” Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Springer Netherlands, November 2, 2007, 28(5): 427-441.

165.

John J. Paris, “End-of-Life Care Decisions,” Forbes, December 10, 2007: 40.

166.

John J. Paris, “Ethical Issues in Resuscitation of Infants at the Margins of Viability,” Practical Bioethics 3(4): March 2008, 10-11.

167.

John J. Paris, Jag Ahluwalia, Christoph Lees, “Decisions for Life Made in the Perinatal Period: Who Decides and on Which Standards?” Archives of Disease in Childhood Fetal and Neonatal Edition 2008 Sep;93(5):F332-5.

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John J. Paris, “A Historical Analysis of Role and Meaning of Conscience,” President’s Council on Bioethics, Washington, D.C. 2008:1-14. http://www.bioethics.gov/transcripts/sept08/session2.html Accessed Oct. 25, 2008.

169.

John J. Paris, “Why Involve Physicians in Assisted Suicide?” American Journal of Bioethics 9(3): March 2009, 32-34.

170.

J Paris, B Cummings, M Moreland and N Noviski, “Circulator Arrest in an Brain-Dead Organ Donor: Is the Use of Cardiac Compression Permissible?” Journal of Internal Care Medicine, 2009 24(6), 389-392.

171.

John J. Paris, “Ethical and Legal Issues in Intensive Care,” in Richard S. Irwin and James M. Rippe (eds.), Manual of Intensive Care Medicine, Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2010, 989-996.

172.

John J. Paris, “Autonomy Does Not Confer Sovereignty on the Patient: A Commentary on the Golubchuk Case,” American Journal of Bioethics, 2010 10(3):54-74.

173.

JJ Paris, A Chu, P Angelos, et al., “What do you tell the family who asks, ‘What went wrong?’ The truth and nothing but the truth,” Journal of Perinatology, 2010 30:513-516. 14

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John J. Paris and M. Patrick Moore Jr, “Commentary: The ‘Ashley Treatment’ Revisited: What Kind of Fire or Whose Feet?” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 2010;19:407-416.

175.

JJ Paris, P Angelos and MD Schreiber, “Does compassion for a family justify providing futile CPR?” Journal of Perinatology, 2010; 30:770-772.

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JJ Paris, MD Schreiber, Moreland, MP. “Ethical and Legal Issues in Assisted Ventilation,” in Goldsmith JP, Karotkin EH and Siede, BL (ed.) Assisted Ventilation of the Neonate (5th ed). St. Louis: Elsevier/Saunders 2011:94-106.

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John J. Paris, “Standards, Norms and Guidelines for Permissible Withdrawal of Life Support from Seriously Compromised Newborns, “American Journal of Bioethics, 2011:11(2):33-34.

178.

John J. Paris, “Rationing: A “Decent Minimum” or a “Consumer Driven” Health Care System?, The American Journal of Bioethics, 2011: 11(7), 16-18.

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John J. Paris, Michael Patrick Moore, “The Resuscitation of “Slow Codes”: Fraud, Lies, and Deception, The American Journal of Bioethics, 2011: 11(11), 13-29.

180.

JJ Paris, JB Green, J Bernstein, RM Green, KW Goodman, C Tauer, “Patenting: European Stem Cell Ruling Is Misleading,” Nature, 2011(479), 41.

181.

JJ Paris, MP Moore, MD Schreiber, “Physician counseling, informed consent and parental

decision making for infants with hypoplastic left-heart syndrome,” Journal of Perinatology, 2012; 32, 748-751. 182.

AA Penn, JJ. Paris, M. Patrick Moore, “Decision Making for Seriously Compromised Newborns: The Importance of Exploring Cultural Differences and Unintended Consequences,” Journal of Perinatology, 2013(33), 505–508.

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Participation in Court Hearings 1. Bacchiochi v. Johnson Memorial Hospital (Hartford, Connecticut) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Stephen Seligman who represented the family of a young brain dead woman. Hartford Superior Court Judge accepted the position that the physician should make the appropriate medical position in such a case. Respirator was removed. (March 18, 1981). 2. People v. Barber & Nejdl (Los Angeles, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney William Gargano in defense of two Los Angeles physicians charged by District Attorney for withdrawing IV treatment from irreversibly brain damaged comatose patient. The charge of murder was dismissed by the California Court of Appeals (1983-1984). 3. In re the Estate of Earle Spring (Massachusetts) Consultant and expert witness for the plaintiff on an invasion of privacy breach of confidentiality suit against the Holyoke Geriatric Authority by the widow of Earle Spring. Award of $1,000,000. (Massachusetts Superior Court, August 1983). 4. In re Douglas Firestone (Long Island, New York) Consultant and expert witness for the Guardian ad Litem in the case of a brain dead 21 year old being maintained on a respirator against the family's wishes. Patient had cardiac arrest. Pronounced dead before disposition of the case. (State Supreme Court of Nassau County, New York, September, 1983). 5. In re Baby Jane Doe (Long Island, New York) Consultant and requested to be an expert witness by New York State Attorney General's Office. New York Court of Appeals, Federal District Court and 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. All of the courts ruled in favor of the State Attorney General's position. (October, 1983-March, 1984). 6. In re LaGuardia Hospital (Queens, New York) Consultant and expert witness for the Deputy Attorney General for Medicaid fraud before the New York Grand Jury investigating "Do Not Resuscitate" Policy in the state institutions caring for Medicaid patients. (December 14, 1983). 7. Riverside General Hospital v. Bouvia (Los Angeles, California) Asked by her attorney to testify on behalf of Elizabeth Bouvia, the 29 year old quadriplegic who wanted to starve herself to death under medical supervision. Since I believe Bouvia's stand violates theological and ethical standards, I declined. The California Superior Court and State Supreme Court ruled against her petition. (January 1984). 8. California Board of Quality Assurance v. Lappin (California) Consultant and expert witness for California surgeon charged by the State Medical Society for practicing below community standards for regularly operating on Jehovah's Witnesses without use of blood. Charges dismissed. (June, 1984). 9. Brophy v. Mt. Sinai Hospital (Boston, MA) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Frank Reardon who represented the wife in a petition to remove feeding gastronomy from a 48-year old patient in a persistent vegetative state. Supreme Judicial Court reversed trial court and authorized removal of feeding tube. (nine-day hearing in Massachusetts Probate Court, May, 1985).

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10. McVey/Palumbo v. Engelwood Hospital (New Jersey) Consultant and requested to be an expert witness by Attorney William Strasser in a malpractice suit against New Jersey physicians and hospital who refused to remove a respirator without a court order from a 91 year old stroke victim despite a neurological diagnosis of "nearly brain dead." (February, 1986). 11. Jobes v. Parkland Nursing Home (Morristown, New Jersey) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Paul Armstrong who represents family wishing to terminate feeding jejunostomy on thirty year old Nancy Jobes who has been in a persistent vegetative state for five years. Authorized by New Jersey Supreme Court. (Morristown, New Jersey Superior Court, March 17, 1986). 12. Gray v. Romero (Providence, Rhode Island) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Linda McDonald, lawyer for family of Marcia Gray, a 49-year old woman in a persistent vegetative state. Rhode Island Federal District Court ordered removal of nutrition and fluids. (January/June 1988)/ 13. McConnell v. Beverly Enterprises (Danbury, Connecticut) Consultant and expert witness in Danbury Superior Court for Attorney Edward Weiss, lawyer for the family of Ellen McConnell, a 49-year old woman in a persistent vegetative state. Connecticut Supreme Court ordered removal of nutrition and fluids. (June 16, 1988). 14. Board of Registration in Medicine v. Bothner (Massachusetts) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Christopher Nolan, lawyer for Dr. Bothner, a physician charged for writing a DNR order on an incompetent patient without known family and without prior court authorization. Board of Registration dismissed charges. (September 20, 1989). 15. Adams v. Frumovitz (California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney William Gargaro who represents plaintiff. Issue is matter of informed consent in case of toxoplasmosis (October 22, 1991). Verdict for defendant. (October 25, 1991). 16. People v. Reilly (Denver, Colorado) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Richard Vermier who represents Patricia Reilly, a nurse accused of attempted murder for shutting off the oxygen on patient in final stages of dying. Nurse acquitted of felony charges. (December 18, 1991). 17. Ashcroft v. King (Santa Monica, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Robert C. Baker of Baker, Silberberg & Keener in the case that involved a surgeon's failure to guarantee that only donor related blood was used for surgery. Patient contracted AIDS from general donor blood. Pre-trial settlement. (May 1992). 18. Burns v. Kaiser Hospital (San Diego, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Sydney Merritt of Baker, Silberberg & Keener who represented the defendant, Kaiser Health Plan. (Issue: Did the hospital fall below the standard of care in using a physician's assistant to examine patient presenting with "flu." After a full trial the court found for the defense. (August 17, 1992). 19. Estate of Ramirez (California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney John E. West of Beam & Brobeck who represented Orange County California in a case involving the removal of the heart for transplantation from a "John Doe" who was brain dead. The family subsequently sued for failure to obtain their permission prior to the transplantation. Case settled before trial. (February 5, 1993). 17

20. Williams v. Chicago Osteopathic Medical Center (Chicago, Illinois) Consultant and expert witness at trial for Attorney William V. Johnson of Johnson & Bell who represented the physicians in a case involving a newborn pronounced dead at birth who was discovered an hour and a half later struggling to breathe. Nothing further was done till four hours after birth when, still struggling, the infant was placed on a ventilator. The infant died several hours later. The jury found for the defense. (March 9, 1993). 21. Gammon v. Kryger (Boston, Massachusetts) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Christopher Nolan of Warner & Stackpole who represented a nurse in a civil suit charging breach of professional confidentiality. The nurse had revealed the blood alcohol reading of the plaintiff to the police who were investigating a vehicular homicide case. Case settled on eve of trial. (March 24, 1993). 22. Shah v. Kaiser Foundation (Los Angeles, California) Consultant and asked to be an expert witness by plaintiff Attorney Christopher P. Legel of the Law Offices of Daniel M. Harney in the case of a physician who alleges she was dismissed for her refusal to provide pre-signed prescription pads for the nurse practitioners at a Kaiser Permanente facility. Declined to be a witness. (October, 1993). 23. Hagelberg v. Santa Monica Hospital (Santa Monica, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Melissa S. Fink of Baker, Silverberg & Keenen who represented the physician in a case of a patient who had refused continuous fetal monitoring and then delivered a seriously compromised infant. She is suing physician for failure to protect fetus. Case settled. (May, 1994). 24. Bain v. University of Miami (Miami, Florida) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Christopher E. Knight of Fowler, White, Burnett who represents the University of Miami in the case of a 16 year old woman who delivered a live profoundly compromised fetus after an attempted abortion. Charge is that physicians breached responsibility to immediately resuscitate the non-breathing infant who later breathed spontaneously. Jury found for the defense. (May, 1994). 25. In re Baby "K" (Fairfax, Virginia) Consultant for Attorney Julia Krebs of Hazel & Thomas, who represents Fairfax hospital in the case of an anencephalic infant whose mother demands aggressive ventilatory support for the infant. A federal district court and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled under the Emergency Medical Treatment Act that the hospital must, if requested, "stabilize the infant." (May, 1994). 26. In re Gerber (Hanover, New Hampshire) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Peter Mosseau of Nelson, Kinder & Mosseau who represented a physician being investigated by the Attorney General's office for participation in physician-assisted suicide. Grand Jury refused to return a "true bill." (January, 1995). 27. People v. Messenger (Lansing, Michigan) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Frank Reynolds of Reynolds, Guyselman & Casey, who represent the father accused of homicide for removing his 25 week gestational age son from a ventilator. Jury verdict: "Not Guilty." (January, 1995). 28. Gilgunn v. Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston, Massachusetts) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Frank Reardon of Hassan & Reardon, in the defense of an intensive care physician and the physician chair of the Ethics Committee of Massachusetts General Hospital for the writing of a DNR order and the removal of a ventilator from a dying patient against the family's wishes. Jury verdict: "Not Guilty." (January, 1995) 18

29. Romona Osgood v. Genesys Regional Medical Center (Owosso, Michigan) Consultant to Attorney Clark Shannon of Owosso, Michigan who represents the guardian of Brenda Young in a "wrongful life" claim. Plaintiff believes the physicians acted against the daughter's Advanced Directive when they instituted ventilatory support that has now left the daughter in a persistent vegetative condition. After a review of the record, I told the plaintiff's attorney I did not find anything wrong in the way the physicians handled the case. (January, 1995). 30. O’Neill v. Miles, Inc. (San Francisco, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Duncan Barr of San Francisco who represents the defendant in a case in which the plaintiff claims a pharmaceutical company has a moral obligation to inform physicians of known limb deficits in infants whose mothers took the an antibiotic called Ciprofloxicin when there is no indication that the drug was the cause of the problem. Case settled. (September 18, 1996). 31. Dee v. County of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California) Consultant to Attorney William Gargaro of Los Angeles in the case of a woman who was given an "experimental drug" to induce labor. The drug was contraindicated for pregnant women. Case settled. (December 1996). 32. Wetzell v. Becton Dickinson, Inc. (San Francisco, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Janet Grove of San Francisco who represents the defendant manufacturer in the case of a physician who recapped a needle after drawing blood from a known terminally ill AIDS patient at the patient’s home, put the recapped needle into a paper bag along with the drawn blood, tubing, etc. and then without looking into the bag later put her hand into the bag and stuck herself with the needle. The physician now has AIDS. She claims it was unethical to manufacture and distribute non-safety capped needles. Case settled. (January 1997). 33. Fredericks v Health Net, Inc. (Riverside, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Christopher Marshall of Riverside who represents the defense in a case of a plaintiff who claims that it is immoral for an HMO to have utilization review of magnetic resonance imaging that delays or denies “appropriate and necessary” medical treatment to members of the plan. Jury found for the defense. (April 1997). 34. Nolan v. Burman (Livingston, New Jersey) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney William J. Buckley of Livingston, New Jersey who represented a physician defendant in a case on issue of requirement of informed consent in phalloplasty surgery. Recommended settlement. (September 1997). 35. MacDonald v. Milleville (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Michael P. Malone of Milwaukee who represented Dr. Milleville, a neonatologist, in a case in which the plaintiff alleged that the physician had violated the standard of care by ceasing attempted resuscitation of a micropremie without parental permission and of subsequently placing the infant on a ventilator when the infant autoresuscitated. Parents claim that the physician’s actions caused the infant’s profound neurological compromise. Jury trial in Federal District Court, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Verdict for defense. (December 15, 1997). 36. Rideout v. Hershey Medical Center (State College, Pennyslvania) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney John Snyder of State College who represents Hershey Medical Center in a case in which the physician who, over the parents’ objections, removed lifesupport from a comatose child with end stage metastatic brain tumor. Plaintiffs assert that the doctrine of informed consent requires that physician have proxy consent or seek a court order to withhold or withdraw life-prolonging interventions. Case settled. (April 1998). 19

37. Milton v. Cleary (Los Angeles, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Mitzie L. Dobson of Bonne, Bridges, Mueller, O’Keefe & Nichols, Los Angeles who represented a physician in his own IPA practice charged with withholding appropriate care from deceased patient as a cost saving/revenue sharing policy. Case settled. (April 22, 1998). 38. Hall v. Desoto Memorial Hospital (Orlando, Florida) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Thomas L. Schieffelin of Adams, Hill, Reis, Adams, Hall & Schieffelin, Orlando who represented Dr. M. Naveed Anwar, a neonatologist, in a case in which the plaintiff alleged that the physician erroneously pronounced the infant dead and stopped attempted resuscitation. Ten minutes later the infant was heard crying and had a heart rate of 120. The family asserts that the child’s significant neurological compromise was caused by the physician’s erroneous judgment. Jury trial in Superior Court, Orlando, Florida. Verdict for the defense. (August 17, 1998). 39. Barry v. Gaines (Los Angeles, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Mitzie L. Dobson of Bonne, Bridges, Mueller, O’Keefe & Nichols, Los Angeles who represented Dr. Gaines and Family Health Care HMO. Plaintiff claims that Dr. Gaines to save costs negligently failed to make a referral and the patient died. Summary judgment for defendant. (August 25, 1998.) 40. Dayton v. Becton Dickinson and Company (San Francisco, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Joel Lamp of O’Connor, Cohn, Dillon & Barr, San Francisco who represented Becton Dickinson. A nurse drawing blood from an AIDS patient stuck herself with the needle and is HIV+. Plaintiff asserts it is unethical for manufacturer to produce non safety-lock needles. Case settled. (August 26, 1998). 41. Biddison v. Facey (Irvine, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney James Crandall of Even, Crandall, Wade, Lowe & Gates, Irvine who represented Facey Medical Group in a case in which the plaintiff’s estate claims that the refusal of the HMO to authorize a phrenic nerve replacement at Yale New Haven Hospital was done to save money. Plaintiff claims the refusal resulted in the patient’s death. Jury trial in Superior Court, Glendale, CA. Summary judgment for defense. (November 6, 1998). 42. Shea v. Esensten (Minneapolis, Minnesota) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Peter Beckerman of Dorsey & Whitney, Minneapolis who represented United Health Care in a case in which the plaintiff’s estate alleged that the HMO to save money had failed to send the patient to a cardiologist despite repeated symptoms of cardiac problems and frequent requests from the patient for a cardiac consult. Jury trial in Federal District Court, Minneapolis, MN. Summary judgment for defense. (November 10, 1998). 43. McInnerney v. Olympic Memorial Hospital (Seattle, Washington) Consultant and expert witness for Cheryl Burkey of Williams, Kastner & Gibbs, Seattle who represented Olympic Memorial Hospital in a case in which a pediatrician is accused of homicide in the death of a three day old infant. The child had suffered an unexplained respiratory cessation at home and attempts to resuscitate had been unsuccessful. The physician pronounced the infant dead. A half hour later the child was heard breathing. The physician is alleged by three nurses to have put his hand over the baby’s mouth and nose thereby causing the infant’s death. Charges dropped. (February 1, 1999).

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44. Prestigiacomo v. Campbell (Orlando, Florida) Consultant for Attorney Leticia Marques of Dellecker Wilson & King, Orlando who represents plaintiff. Issue: Administration of blood to a Jehovah’s Witness who had refused transfusions on religious grounds. Verdict for defense. (April 1999). Decision is on appeal. 45. Callender v. American Association of Blood Banks (San Antonio, Texas) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Lee James from San Antonio who represents the defendant American Association of Blood Banks. Plaintiffs claim that the trade association had a moral obligation to monitor and strike from its membership blood banks that did not adhere to the association’s guidelines on screening blood donors for Factor VIII manufacture. Verdict for defense. (May 1999). 46. Arizona Doe v. Bayer, Inc. (San Francisco, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Lisa Ungerer of San Francisco, CA who represents defendant pharmaceutical company on whether or not a drug company had a moral obligation to send a Dear Doctor letter updating the physicians on recent CDC recommendations. Case dismissed. (May 1999). 47. Nichols v. Merrin, et al. (Los Angeles, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Mitzie L. Dobson of Bonne, Bridges, Mueller, O’Keefe & Nichols, Los Angeles who represents Dr. Merrin. Plaintiff claims that Dr. Merrin to save costs negligently failed to refer Nichols to an appropriate specialist. Patient suffered a stroke following neurosurgery to remove brain tumor. Case settled. (May 1999). 48. Hammer v. Meredith (Denver, Colorado) Consultant for Attorney Kathleen Shea, Denver who represents the defendant Dr. Meredith. Issue: Informed consent on outcomes of multiple pregnancy involving quadruplets. Plaintiff withdrew from case. (March, 2000) 49. Bowman v. CCA et al. (Memphis, Tennessee) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney John W. Chandler of Burch, Porter & Johnson, Memphis who represents the estate of Anthony Bowman. Plaintiff’s estate asserts that Bowman was denied necessary hospitalization by the prison physician. Plaintiff further asserts that the use of financial incentives within the setting of prison care was a conflict of interest that led to the denial of hospitalization. Judge ruled the provisions of the contract violated the 8 th Amendment constitutional protection of prisoners. Verdict for defense. (March, 2000) 50. Gonzales vs. Danielson (Houston, Texas) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Paul Waldner of Vickery & Waldner, Houston who represents plaintiff. Issue: Clinical trial conducted on a patient without the patient’s consent. Case settled. (April, 2000). 51. Rones v. Kaiser Permanente (Chevy Chase, Maryland) Consultant and expert witness for Alfred Belcuore of Montedonico, Hamilton & Altman, Chevy Chase who represents the defendant Kaiser Permanente. Issue: Obligation of a gastroenterologist to be an advocate for a patient with hepatocellular carcinoma of the liver who failed to be accepted at the University of Alabama transplant center. Case settled. (July, 2000) 52. Foley v. Kumar M.D. (Wichita, Kansas) Consultant for Shannon Weed of Foulston & Siefkin, Wichita who represents physician defendent. Issue: Infant diagnosed in utero with Potters Syndrome. Pronounced dead at delivery. Biopsy done. Two hours later infant moves and cries. Dies four hours later. Tort of “outrage” claimed. Summary judgement for defense. (July, 2000)

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53. Siler v. State Farm (Irving, CA) Consultant and expert witness for defense Attorney James Crandall of Even, Crandall, Wade, Lowe & Gates. Issue: Multi-billion dollar lawsuit claiming that State Farm violates policyholders' rights by limiting claims. (Case Dismissed August 24, 2000) 54. Plateros v. State Farm (Reno, NV) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Scott Glogovac of Burton, Bartlett & Glogovac. Issue: Whether insurance company's use of utilization review of payment claims of a chiropractor for whiplash/back pain injuries is a legitimate function. Verdict for defense. (February, 2001) 55. Klippel v Horton Memorial Hospital (White Plains, New York) Consultant for Attorney Steven Milligram of Drake, Sommers, Loeb, Tarshis & Catania, Newburgh, New York who represents the hospital. Issue: Failure of physician to do a “timely” caesarian section on a patient who incurred an amniotic fluid embolism during administration of Pitocin. Case settled (May, 2001) 56. Gullick v. Columbia Hospital (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Lori Gendelman of Otjen, VanErt, Lieb & Weir who represents defendant Columbia Hospital in a case in which the plaintiff claims the hospital had an obligation to inform the plaintiff on hospital’s particular infection rate as an aspect of informed consent. Case settled. (March, 2002) 57. Seattle State Farm (Seattle, Washington) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Daniel Dunne of Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe in a case involving legitimacy of independent medical review of records. Case dismissed. (March, 2002) 58. Dorn v. McTigue (Chevy Chase, Maryland) Consultant for Attorney Diane Lucas of Montedonico, Hamilton & Altman, Chevy Chase who represents physician defendant. Issue: Misrepresentation under Consumers Protection Act and Informed Consent for cataract surgery. Case dismissed. (April, 2002) 59. Burks vs. Henderson (Hattiesburg, Mississippi) Consultant and Expert witness for Attorney Robert Ramsay of Bryant, Clark, Dukes, Blakeslee, Ramsay & Hammond in defense of a neonatologist who is charged with failure to provide adequate informed consent for treatment of a seriously compromised 23-week gestational age infant. Case settled. (April, 2002) 60. O’Reilly v. State Farm (Seattle, Washington) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Levi Bendele of Reed McClure who represents defendant State Farm Insurance in a case involving legitimacy of independent review of medical claims. Case settled. (July, 2002) 61. Lehmann v. State Farm (Seattle, Washington) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Levi Bendele of Reed McClure in a case involving plaintiff’s claim that physician reviewing the medical records did not have the same specialty training as the treating physician. Case settled. (July, 2002) 62. In Re:Factor VIII of IX Concentrate Blood Products Litigation (San Francisco, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Mary Lopes of San Francisco who represents the defendant pharmaceutical laboratory that manufactured Factor VIII. Plaintiffs hemophiliacs claim that the pharmaceutical company had a moral obligation to put more research funding into the cause and remedy for transmittal of the HIV virus in Factor VIII. Having done so, they assert, would have prevented the transmission of HIV to the hemophiliac patients who used Factor VIII. Case settled. (July, 2002) 22

63. Diamond Shepard v. Kaiser (Los Angeles, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Barbara Frankel of Bonne, Bridges, Mueller, O’Keefe & Nichols, Los Angeles who represents Kaiser Permanente HMO. 18 month old girl born with a hypoplastic left heart. After second surgery patient was pronounced brain dead by a neurologist. Social worker documented family consent for removal of life-support. Parents now claim that they did not give consent to remove ventilator. Case dismissed. (July, 2002) 64. Inclan v. Covenant Care (Los Angeles, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Stephanie Charles of Bonne, Bridges, Mueller, O’Keefe & Nichols, Los Angeles who represents Covenant Care HMO in a case involving a patient with end stage Parkinson’s dementia who had been admitted to hospice care at family request. Family now claims that the HMO to save costs had failed to provide artificial nutrition and fluids that would have sustained the life of the patient. Case settled. (July, 2002). 65. Vila v. Arnold (Milwaukee, WI) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Michael Malone of Hinshaw & Culbertson, Milwaukee, WI. Issue: Appropriate informed consent on morbidity and mortality risks for 24week gestational age delivery. Case settled. (August, 2002.) 66. Kulka v. CPMC (San Francisco, CA) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney John Dodd of Bonne, Bridges, Mueller, O'Keefe & Nichols. Issue: Whether physician who followed advance directive of patient that no extraordinary means be used to prolong his life violated spouse's right to determine care when over her protests they did not attempt CPR. Case settled. (August, 2002) 67. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. MRI Billing Litigation (Miami, Florida) Consultant to Attorney Maria McGuinness of Carlton Field who represents State Farm in multistate litigation on auto insurance claims. Cases settled. (September, 2002) 68. Lynch v. State Farm (Omaha, Nebraska) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Joseph Meusey of Fraser Stryker Meusey Olson Boyer & Bloch in a case in which the plaintiff in an automobile accident claims “utilization review” of medical records in an insurance industry fraud. Case settled. (September, 2002) 69. Jensen v. Becton Dickinson (San Francisco, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Kevin Davis of O'Connor, Cohn, Dillon & Barr. Plaintiff claims injury from failure of the manufacturer to warn of the danger from a new lubricant used on needles. Dismissed from case. (April, 2003) 70. Smith Dowling v. Bayer Corp. (San Francisco, California) Consultant and expert witness for Kevin Davis of O'Connor, Cohn, Dillon & Barr. Plaintiffs claim that fractionators did not adequately warn hemophiliacs of the danger of HIV infection in using Factor VII transfusions. Case settled. (April, 2003) 71. Benton v. United States (Chicago, IL) Consultant and expert witness for Lisa Noller, Assistant United States Attorney for Northern Illinois who represents the Haines Veterans Hospital in the case of a patient who claims failure to provide appropriate care resulted in quadriplegia. Case settled. (November, 2003.) 72. Rennison v. Sparta Community Hospital (St.Louis, MO) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Bobbie Moon of Sudbery, Phoenix, von Gontrad who represents the physician defendant in a case of emergency delivery of a term infant with prolapsed cord who is now severely neurologically impaired. Case settled. (May 28, 2004). 23

73. State of Oregon v. Christina Ashby, (Eugene, OR) Consultant to Attorney Mark Sabitt of Spence & Sabitt. The issue: Did Christina Ashby’s failure to seek medical assistance for a patient for whom she was the home health care aid constitute “murder by abuse of an elder?” The defendant pleaded guilty to Manslaughter in the Second Degree and Criminal Mistreatment. Case closed. (August 1, 2007) 74. Liam Stewart-Graves v. Katherine F. Vaughn, M.D. (Portland, Oregon) Consultant for Attorney Jeffrey R. Street of Hoffman, Hart, Wagner who represented Dr. Vaughn. The issue: Did the physician’s continuation of attempted resuscitation for twenty minutes until heart beat was restored on a neonate constitute malpractice. The Washington Supreme Court issued a unanimous ruling for the defendant. Case closed. (November 8, 2007) 75.

Twitchell v. King (Virgina) Expert witness for Att. Carolyn Oast of Oast Law Firm of Virginia Beach, VA who represented Dr. King in a lawsuit claiming breach of standard of care for not attempting resuscitation or a 480g. 23.1 week gestational age infance. Case settled. (July 13, 2009)

76. Richardson v.Kaiser Permanente (Oakland, California) Consultant for Atty. Jason Curliano of Buty & Curliano who represents Kaiser Permanente. Parents of a Down Syndrome child refuse surgery. Hospital obtained a court order for surgery. Parents are now suing the hospital for emotional distress. Case settled. (May, 2010) 77. Causey v. Barton Memorial Hospital (Los Angeles, CA) Consultant for Attorney Robert Bates, San Luis Obispo who represents the defendant Barton Memorial Hospital. Issue: Treating physician wants to write a DNR order and have feeding tube removed from a 52 year old comatose woman. Family objects. (Case pending) 78. Chang v. Bousamra (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Michael Pfau of Hinsaw & Culbertson who represents the physician defendant in a case in which the plaintiff asserts that the patient’s inability to speak English precluded appropriate informed consent. The patient’s son translated the conversation between the patient and physician before the patient signed the consent forms. (Case pending) 79. Charalmbopoulos v. Inland Valley Medical Center, et al (Los Angeles, California) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney John Carpenter of Carpenter & Zuckerman who represents the plaintiff in a case involving removal of a feeding tube. (Case pending) 80. Shirley Case v. Inegris Baptist Medical Center, Inc. (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) Consultant and expert witness for Attorney Jason Ryan of Ryan, Whaley & Coldiron who represents the plaintiff in a case involving hospital “bumping” protocol for emergent surgery— decision was left to the judgment of the surgeon being bumped. (Case pending) 81. Stormans v Selecky (Washington state) Expert witness for Att. Stephen O’Ban of Ellis, Li & McKinstry of Seattle, WA who represents plaintiffs who allege that the Washington State Board of Registration in Pharmacy failure to recognize a conscience clause of “refuse and refer” with regard to Plan B unconstitutionally violates their free exercise of religion. (Case pending) ***

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Testified for plaintiff: 23 Testified for defense: 28 Reviewed case and declined to participate: 1. Phen-Phen—for drug company 2. Norplant—for pharmaceutical 3. Cardio-vascular surgeon—phalloplasty 4. Nurse—who was charged with killing anencephalic infant. 5. “John Doe” brain dead patient whose heart was removed without family consent. 6. Dec. 1999—California case for plaintiff in malpractice suit where present treating physician wanted to write DNR order and remove feeding tube over family protests. 7. Physician charged with sexual involvement with patient “to save her from suicide.”

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Legal Consultations: 1. General Counsel of American Medical Association Prepared memorandum on care of chronic, vegetative patient who is not dying, April 1, 1981. 2. General Counsel of New York State Medical Society Prepared memorandum on DO NOT RESUSCITATE policy, April 2, 1981. 3. Legislative Counsel of Aetna Insurance Company Outlines issues and possible directions for limitation of treatment decisions on hospital costs, April 3, 1981. 4. Representative Leon Lombardi of Massachusetts Reviewed, critiqued and suggested multiple changes in his Living Will Bill, April 6, 1981. 5. Senator Louis Bertonazzi of Massachusetts Wrote a policy memorandum of the proposed Brain Death statute in Massachusetts, April 6, 1981. 6. Senator William Rodgers of Connecticut Reviewed and proposed two amendments to his Living Will Bill. The amendments were adopted by the Senate. He has now requested that I speak with the Governor who had voted against the legislation last year as Lieutenant Governor, April 10, 1981. 7. Attorney Ralph Melleus of Bronx, New York Advised him on how best to deal with the then highly demanding procedural demands of the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court on termination of treatment for a profoundly brain-damaged child, April 14, 1981. 8. Alexander Capron, Executive Director of President's Commission on the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine, Washington, D.C. Advised on Informed Consent for DNR orders. Advised on "Sources of Opposition to Brain Death Statutes," June 2, 1981. 9. Superior Courts- State of Connecticut Consulted by Staff Director on issue of demonic possession as a defense, August 27, 1981. 10. Julie Simons, Legislative Counsel Aetna Insurance Company Consult on appropriate medical treatment of severely defective newborns, November 3, 1981. 11. Senator Louis Bertonazzi of Massachusetts Prepared memorandum on Proposed Uniform Brain Death Statute for Health Care Committee, November 18, 1981. 12. Representative Leon Lombardi of Massachusetts Prepared memorandum on Living Will Legislation, November 18, 1981. 13. Mary Alice Danello, Science and Technology Committee, U.S. House of Representatives. Consulted on phone on Proposed Uniform Brain Death Statute, December 8, 1981. 14. Peter Mosseau, Chief of Criminal Division, New Hampshire Attorney General's Office: On Living Will and Brain Death Legislation, February 4, 1983.

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15. Consultation, Assistant Attorney General, Brent Appellate of Iowa. Confidentiality of records of patients in experimental trials (A 29 year old man dying of bone cancer has petitioned the Iowa Supreme Court for the name of a known patient whose bone marrow has a tissue match with his). March 16, 1983. 16. Testified on care of defective infants, Sub-Committee on Family and Human Services, United States Senate, April 6, 1983. 17. Consult with President of our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Syracuse, New York on hospital's obligation with regard to dismissal of staff physician, July 9, 1983. 18. Consult with clerk for 8th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge on the freedom of religion issue with regard to a Nebraska woman who has a conscientious objection to having her picture taken for a driver's license, October 5, 1983. 19. Consult with Judge Vito Titone of the appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court on a brain death opinion, October 19, 1983. 20. Consult and assisted Assistant Attorney General David Smith prepare brief for New York Court of appeals in Baby Jane Doe case, October 24, 1983. 21. Consult with Stanford Levine, Vice Chancellor and Legal Counsel to the State University of New York on Baby Jane Doe case, October 26, 1983. 22. Consult with Deputy Attorney General Richard Rubin on Baby Doe case, November 7, 1983. 23. Consultant to the defense attorney in the case of People v. John Landis, who has been charged with negligent homicide for the death of the victims of a helicopter crash during the filming of "Twilight Zone: The Movie." Los Angeles, California, January 1984. 24. Consult with Assistant Attorney General David Smith on what posture the Attorney General's office should take in intervening in the case of an 85 year old nursing home patient who refuses to eat and refuses nutritional support. February 3, 1984. 25. Consultant for the plaintiff's attorney in In re Claire Conroy, on the issue of removing a naso-gastric feeding tube from an incompetent, non-responsive dying patient. New Jersey Supreme Court authorized removal, Spring, 1984. 26. Consultant to Attorney Harlan Braun on murder indictment of family of Christian Science child in Santa Monica, CA who died of meningitis, June 25, 1984. 27. Consult with Frank Curso, attorney in In re Kathleen Bonnano, for brain-dead patient on approach to trial. State Supreme Court authorized removal, August 29, 1984. 28. Consult with Attorney Sean Shea of Chicago on defense of a physician before the Illinois Medical Quality Assurance Board on proper standard of care for terminally ill patient, September 18, 1984. 29. Consult with Frank Curso, Attorney for brain-dead patient on approach to trial. State Supreme Court authorized removal, August 29, 1984.27. Consult with Dr. Robinson of Portsmouth, NH Hospital on how to proceed on a brain-dead patient whose family opposes termination of respirator, September 27, 1984. 30. Consult with Attorney Marguerite Dolan (Earle Spring case) on appeal of case to Supreme Judicial Court, October 11, 1984. 27

31. Consult with Dr. James Banstrom of U Mass on a court order to transfuse a Jehovah's Witness, who, for months, had declined blood and then when she fell into a coma a court order was sought and obtained to transfuse her, October 17, 1984. 32. Consult with Representative Richard Voke, chairman of the Health Care Committee on Massachusetts House, on living will legislation, November 28, 1984. 33. Consult with Attorney Ted Ziemer of Evansville, Indiana on the religious and ethical dimensions of the Daughters of Charity Health Care System establishment of an HMO which would offer insurance coverage of all health-related problems including abortion and sterilization, March 1985. 34. Consultant for Attorney T. Locke Clifford of Greenboro, North Carolina in People v. Arthur Jonas, who represented a nurse charged with murder of a six hour old anencephalic (one nurse had pleaded guilty to manslaughter.) Greenville, NC Superior Court jury returned a verdict of "not guilty" on nurse Jonas, August 21, 1985. 35. Consult with Attorney John Wickstrom for his client, Peggy Roy, whose 28 year old husband is in a persistent vegetative state as a result of an automobile accident 16 months previous, January 27, 1986. 36. Consultant to Attorney Brian C. Fitzer in Williams v. Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, who represents physicians and hospital in a potential criminal negligence charge for improper treatment of a 550 gram 23 week gestation newborn with Trisomy 18, February 14, 1986. 37. Consult with Tom Harkness, father of a one-year old Chicago child, hospitalized in a persistent vegetative state at Loyola Medical Center. Father wants to terminate treatment, September 17, 1986. 38. Consult with Attorney Edward Hinshaw of San Jose, California in In re Ram who represents Dr. Ram, a neonatologist charged with illegally administering a lethal dose of morphine to two profoundly defective infants who had been removed from all life-support systems. Charges dismissed after review by medical review committee, November 3, 1986. 39. Consult with Associate Administrator of New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center on confidentiality of AIDS patient who is a physician, November 12, 1986. 40. Consult with James Tallon, Jr., Chairman of the Health Care Committee of the New York State Assembly, on DNR legislation, December 5, 1986. 41. Consult with David Smith, the New York Assistant Attorney General in charge of Long Island, in In re LaSala, on the issue of withholding nutrition and fluid from a patient in a persistent vegetative state. Removal of nutrition and fluid authorized by New York Supreme Court. February 4, 1987. 42. Consult with Attorney Frank Reardon, in In re Danielle Hall who represents the Children's Hospital (Boston, Mass) in the case of a 24-month old non-cognitive child with multiple systems failures whose mother insisted on medical treatment that physicians believed inappropriate. Hospital declined to provide the treatment. Child ultimately transferred, March 6, 1987. 43. Consult to Assistant Attorney General, David Smith, on a patient's claim to have a physician of his own choosing operate laser machine at state run Stony Brook Center, New York. "Patient can choose his own physician and his own hospital, but not 'his' physician in the state facility"upheld, March 8, 1987.

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44. Consult with Attorney Judy Livingston in Delio V. Westchester County Medical Center who represents the family of a 33-year old man in a persistent vegetative state. Removal of nutrition and fluids authorized by Appellate Division of New York Supreme Court, June 1, 1987. 45. Consult with Attorney Frank Reardon of Harvard Risk Management, in Ramos v. Harvard Community Health Plan on case of Elizabeth Ramos, a 46-year old woman suing HCHP for untimely diagnosis of AIDS, Massachusetts. Jury decision for defendant, September 15, 1987. 46. Consult with William Tasches, M.D. of Milford Hospital on appropriate response to request of family to withhold feeding tube from a 60 year old woman with Guillme-Barre disease, January 20, 1988. 47. Consult with New York State Assistant Attorney General, David Smith, on standards for termination of treatment of a patient with ALS, New York, October 1, 1988. 48. Consult with Attorney Richard Scholz, in In re Linares, a lawyer for Rudy Linares, who at gun point removed his 22-month old from a respirator. The Cook County State Attorney sought a first degree murder indictment. Grand Jury returned "no bill." Chicago, Illinois, May 13, 1989. 49. Consultant to Attorney Stephen Henger, who represents a physician in a civil suit involving sexual relationship with patient, September 24, 1991. 50. Consultant to Richard L. Levy, M.D. of Cincinnati, Ohio on the issue of patient-client confidentiality with regards to an AIDS patient who, in confidence of professional counseling, intimated to his social worker that he was the one who had raped and killed a six year old boy. Issue was extent of confidentiality and the need, if broken, to protect the client from potential police brutality, October, 1992. 51. Consultant for British Medical Association and Sheffield Health Authority in In re Tony Bland. Case of a teenager crushed in a soccer match stampede three years ago. Has been in a persistent vegetative condition since then. Family and physicians want to remove nutrition and fluids. Coroner claims that would be homicide. The High Court ruled for family on November 22, 1992. Confirmed by House of Lords, February 13, 1993. 52. Consultant to William Pounds of St. Luke's Hospital, Denver, CO on resuscitation policy for neonates, April 26, 1993. 53. Consultant to Attorney John Lombard of Morgan, Lewis & Brockius of Philadelphia, PA in the case of In re Fiori. Attorney General of Pennsylvania has appealed an order of the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas to remove nutrition and fluids from a patient who has been in a persistent vegetative state for 17 years. Heard before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on May 13, 1993. 54. Consultant to Attorney Frank Reardon of Hassan & Reardon in the case of Hall v. Bland and Brigham & Women's Hospital. Issue: Mother claims failure to perform a cesarean section resulted in profound birth defects of her daughter. Jury on August 31, 1993 found for the plaintiff. Judgment was $20 million (plus interest from date of filing claim). 55. Consultant for Attorney David Smith in Jacobs v. Franklin General, Case of an incompetent patient who had signed an advance directive and a health care proxy. Physicians wanted to continue treatment over proxy's protests. Patient died before issue litigated, Long Island, New York, August, 1993.

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56. Consultant for Attorney Frank Reardon of Hassan & Reardon of Boston, MA in the case of McCarthy v. McCarthy. Wife wants to remove nutrition and fluids of PVS husband. His parents object. Court finds insufficient evidence of husband's wishes to authorize removal, November, 1993. 57. Consultant to Attorney Harlan Braun of Los Angeles, California in case of People v. Gotlieb . Physician was charged before Board of Registration in Medicine with improper supervision of prescription pain killers for Elizabeth Taylor. Case settled, March 1994.

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Lectures 1. American Academy of Religion, Los Angeles, California "The Court, Ethics, and Public Policy," March 27, 1972. 2. Society for Religion in Higher Education, Williams College Conducted workshops on "Social Policy and Political Access," August 13-30, 1973. 3. Member of Democratic Party Study Group Task Force on Communications, 93rd Congress, Washington, D.C., Summer 1973. 4. American Academy of Religion, Washington, D.C. "The Supreme Court and Religion," October 24-27, 1974. 5. Bishop's Annual "Red Mass" for Worcester County Lawyers and Judges, Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts Sermon "The Arrogance of Power," November, 1975. 6. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Boston, Massachusetts Lecture on medical ethics to Boston physicians, February 26, 1976. 7. American Academy of Religion, St. Louis, Missouri "The Quinlan Case and Religious Freedom: A Retrenchment of Religious Rights," October 30, 1976. 8. Society for Values in Higher Education, St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana "Ethical Aspects of Non-Treatment," August 17, 1978. 9. American Academy of Religion, New Orleans, Louisiana "Withholding of Medical Treatment from the Mentally Incompetent," November 19, 1978. 10. Monson State Hospital, Palmer, Massachusetts Conference with the medical staff on "Medical Management of the Incompetent Patient," February 2, 1979. 11. First Guardian Ad Litem Roundtable, Boston College Law School, Newton, Massachusetts Participant in roundtable on "Role of Guardian Ad Litem in Medical Management of the Incompetent," sponsored by Probate Courts of Massachusetts, March 3, 1979. 12. Society for Values in Higher Education, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania "Patient-Physician Dialogue in the Decision Making Process," August 20, 1979. 13. Massachusetts Council of Churches, Worcester, Massachusetts Respondent to debate between the President of the Massachusetts Medical Society and the Chairman of the Physicians' Committee for a National Health Insurance Program, on Senator Kennedy's National Health Insurance Bill, October 9, 1979. 14. Massachusetts Catholic Conference Prepared the legislative testimony for Bishop Timothy J. Harrington's address to the Judiciary Committee on Living Will Proposals, February 23, 1980. 15. Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts Conference on "Ethical Issues in Medical Treatment: A Case Study of a 60 Year Old Female with Hypatorenal Syndrome," March 25, 1980.

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16. Holy Cross College General Alumni Association "The Challenge of the 80's: Changing Social Values," April 19, 1980. 17. Monson State Hospital, Palmer, Massachusetts Conference to the medical staff on "Legal and Ethical Dimensions of Patient rights to Refuse Medical Treatment," April 22, 1980. 18. Society for Values in Higher Education, University of California, Santa Cruz "Judicial Diminishment of Patient Rights: The Fox and Spring Cases," August 12, 1980. 19. UMass Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts Medical Grand Rounds Conference on "Non-Treatment Decisions: A Legal and Ethical Analysis," August 23, 1980. 20. Greater Lawrence Medical Society, Andover, Massachusetts Case Studies in Medical Ethics, November 19, 1980. 21. Northeastern University Faculty Development Conference, Boston, Massachusetts "Social and Ethical Implications of Medical Decisions," December 11, 1980. 22. UMass Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts Panelist- Medical Morbidity and Mortality Conference. 36 year old woman with chronic renal failure, fever and dyspenia, December 20, 1980. 23. Albany Medical Center, Albany, New York Neurological/Neurosurgical Grand Rounds, February 18, 1981. 24. Superior Court, Hartford, Connecticut "Expert Witness" on Medical Ethics for Plaintiffs- Melanie Bacchiochi Case, March 16 and 20, 1981. 25. Richmond Diocesan Hospitals, Richmond, Virginia Conducted a day-long workshop on Medical/Ethical Decision Making, March 23, 1981. 26. Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues on Brain Death," National Conference on Brain Death, April 4, 1981. 27. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Conference to Boston College Physician Alumni, "Terminally Ill Patients: A Legal and Ethical Analysis of Treatment Decisions," April 12, 1981. 28. Sacred Heart University, Bridgeport, Connecticut "The Bacchiochi Case: An Ethical Analysis of a Medical Treatment Decision," April 28, 1981. 29. Nashoba Boards of Health Annual Meeting, Shirley, Massachusetts Case Studies in Medical Ethics, May 26, 1981. 30. UMass. Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts Surgical Grand Rounds: Non-Treatment Decisions, May 27, 1981. 31. Resselaer Academy of Medicine, Albany, New York "Issues on Termination of Treatment Decisions," September 8, 1981.

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32. Conference on Critically and Terminally Ill, New York, New York "Terminating Treatment for the Formerly Competent Patient" (Eichner), "Terminating Care for Seriously Ill Minors and Never Competent Patients," September 25-26, 1981. 33. Conference of National Federation of Catholic Physicians, San Antonio, Texas Presentation of Case Studies in Medical Ethics, October 2, 1981. 34. American Cancer Society Continuing Education Program, Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Workshop on Burnout in Care of Cancer Patients, November 3, 1981. 35. American Academy of Religion, San Francisco, California "Bacchiochi, Fox and the AMA's Quandary: A Legal and Ethical Approach to Life and Its Preservation," December 30, 1981. 36. American College of Physicians, Wallingford, Connecticut "Emerging Ethical Issues in Medicine: Cost Allocation Decisions," March 24, 1982. 37. Department of Medicine, St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts Grand Rounds Lecture: "Legal and Ethical Issues in Termination of Treatment Decisions," March 30, 1982. 38. National Conference on Care of Children, Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, California "Terminating Treatment for Newborns: A Theological Perspective," April 1, 1982. 39. New York Hospital Trust, New York, New York "Catholic Perspective on Care of the Terminally Ill and Dying Patient," April 14, 1982. 40. Society of Patient Representatives, American Hospital Association, Norfolk, Virginia. "Ethical Aspects of Patient Decision Making," April 15, 1982. 41. Society of Patient Representatives, American Hospital Association, Denver, Colorado. "Ethical Aspects of Patient Decision Making," April 22, 1982. 42. Department of Medicine, Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts Grand Rounds Lecture: "Legal and Ethical Aspects of Non-Treatment Decisions," May 7, 1982. 43. Mt. Sinai Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut Grand Rounds Lecture: "Do Not Resuscitate Orders," May 12, 1982. 44. New York Hospital Trust, New York, New York "Brain Death, Permanent Coma and the Terminally Ill Patient: Issues in Withdrawing Treatment," May 12, 1982. 45. Concern for Dying, New York, New York "Emerging Issues in Death and Dying," May 19, 1982. 46. Department of Medicine, Lynn Hospital, Lynn, Massachusetts Grand Rounds Lecture: "Do Not Resuscitate Orders," June 2, 1982. 47. New Hampshire Medical Society Meetings, Merrimack, New Hampshire "Appropriate Role of Courts in Medical Decision Making- Debate with Professor Charles Barron," June 5, 1982. 48. National Catholic Hospital Assembly, Boston, Massachusetts "Workshop on Medical Ethics," June 8, 1982. 33

49. Hospital Association of the State of New York, Westchester Marriot Hotel, White Plains, New York. "Ethical aspects of Brain Death and Permanent Coma- A Public Policy Proposal," June 21, 1982. 50. Lecture to First Year Class, Tufts Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues in Medicine: An Overview," September 10, 1982. 51. Fourth Annual Joint Meeting of the Hennepin County Bar and Medical Associations, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Luncheon Address: "Legal and Ethical Issues in the Care of the Terminally Ill and Dying Patient," September 16, 1982. 52. National Conference of Organ Donor Coordinators, Harvard Medical School, Andover, Massachusetts. "Ethical Issues in Organ Transplant from Brain Dead Patients," October 22, 1982. 53. Broome County Medical society, Binghamton, New York Mc Devitt Lecture in Medical Ethics: "Emerging Ethical Issues in Health Care Delivery," October 27, 1982. 54. New Hampshire Hospital Continuing Education Program, Manchester, New Hampshire. Workshop on "Ethical Issues in Medicine," November 2, 1982. 55. Society of Patient Representatives, American Hospital Association, Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C. "Issues on Patients' Rights," November 19, 1982. 56. Department of Medicine, St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts Mortality and Morbidity Conference: "Appropriate Use of CPR," December 9, 1982. 57. Rutland Heights Hospital, Rutland, Massachusetts Medical Staff Meeting: "Patient's Right to a Living Will," December 13, 1982. 58. St. John's Hospital, Lowell, Massachusetts Medical Grand Rounds: "Emerging Ethical Issues in Medicine," February 25, 1983. 59. New Britain General Hospital, New Britain, Connecticut John C. White Lecture in Medicine, "Emerging Ethical Issues in Medicine," March 8, 1983. 60. Rhode Island Diocesan Bioethics Conference, Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island. "Workshop on Ethical Issues in Medicine," March 12, 1983. 61. Wentworth-Douglas Hospital, Dover, New Hampshire Quarterly Meeting of Medical Staff: "Role of Treatment Issues Committees in Community Hospitals," March 22, 1983. 62. Society of Patient Representatives, New England Hospital Assembly, Boston, Massachusetts. "Patients' Rights: The Tension of Individual and Institutional Interests," March 30, 1983. 63. Hillside Rehabilitative Center, Hartford, Connecticut "Medical Issues in an Aging Population," April 7, 1983. 64. Stritch Medical School, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois "Medicine and the Courts: An Incompatible Couple," April 14, 1983. 65. St. Francis Hospital, Evanston, Illinois Medical Staff Conference: "Did the Patient Die or Was He Murdered: Reflections on the Clarence Herbert Case," April 15, 1983. 34

66. American Society of Law and Medicine, Washington, D.C. "The Role of Institutional Ethics Committees in Medical Decision Making," April 22, 1983. 67. St. Raphael's Hospital, New Haven, Connecticut "Withholding of Care from Defective Newborns: Infanticide or an Acceptable Medical Option-Reflections on the HHS Regulations," April 26, 1983. 68. Rhode Island Catholic Hospital Association, Narragansett, Rhode Island "Ethical Issues in the Care of the Retarded," April 27, 1983. 69. Department of Neurology, University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts. Neurological Grand Rounds: "Ethical Issues in Non-Traumatic Coma," May 17, 1983. 70. South Community Hospital, Wakefield, Rhode Island "Institutional Ethics Committees and the Role of Hospital Trustees," to Trustees of South Community and Waverly Hospitals. Medical Staff Meeting: Ethical Issues in Determination of Death Statutes, May 19, 1983. 71. New York Catholic Hospital Association, Buffalo, New York Keynote Address: "Distinctions and Dilemmas: Is There Any Way Out of the Medical Morass of Medicine?" May 25, 1983. 72. American Society for Law and Medicine, Washington, D.C. "The Decision to Withdraw Life-Sustaining Treatment and the Potential Role of an Institutional Ethics Committee: The Case of People v. Barber and Nejdl," June 3, 1983. 73. Massachusetts Hospital Association, Harwichport, Massachusetts "Critical Issues in Health Care Delivery for the 80's," June 7, 1983. 74. Community General Hospital, Syracuse, New York Luncheon Address: "Emerging Ethical Issues for Hospital Trustees." Dinner Address: "Institutional Ethics Committees and Treatment Decisions," June 14, 1983. 75. Children's Hospital National Medical Center, Washington, D.C. "Ethical Issues in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit," July 14, 1983. 76. Worcester County Superior Court, Worcester, Massachusetts Consultant and expert witness for the plaintiff in Estate of Earle Spring v. Holyoke Geriatric Authority (invasion of privacy/breach of confidentiality suit. Punitive damages against defendant- $1,000,000.) July 1983. 77. Lecture to First Year Class, Tufts Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues in Medicine," September 6, 1983. 78. California Court of Appeals, Los Angeles, California Consultant to defendants on appeal of murder indictment for withholding of IV treatment from an irreversibly brain damaged patient. People v. Barber and Nejdl, September 7-12, 1983. 79. American Academy of Pediatrics, Chicago, Illinois "Ethical Issues in Care of Seriously Ill Newborns," September 24, 1983.

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80. New England Hospital Assembly, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts "Cost Containment and the Role of Institutional Ethics Committees: New Issues for Hospital Presidents and Boards of Trustees," September 30, 1983. 81. California Perinatal Association, Monterey, California "The Care of Seriously Ill Newborns: A Theological and Ethical Analysis," October 3, 1983. 82. Catholic Physicians' Guild, Buffalo, New York "Catholic Contributions to the President's Commission's Report on Deciding to Forego LifeSustaining Treatment," October 6, 1983. 83. American Society of Law and Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts "Critical Issues in Health Law: Care of Handicapped Newborns," October 14, 1983. 84. St. Joseph Hospital, St. Paul, Minnesota Medical Staff Conference: "Ethical Issues in the Withholding of IV Therapy: An Analysis of the Kaiser Hospital Case," October 20, 1983. Workshop on Ethical Issues in Patient Care for physicians, nurses and social workers from Twin Cities Hospitals, October 21, 1983. 85. New England Hospital Assembly, Burlington, Massachusetts Workshop for critical care nurses on "Ethical Aspects of Medical Decision Making," November 14, 1983. Workshop on Baby Doe Regulations and Ethical Decision Making in the Neonatal Nursery, November 15, 1983. 86. Greenville Hospital System, Greenville, South Carolina Workshop on Issues in Neonatal Care of Seriously Ill Newborns, November 17-18, 1983. 87. Nebraska Board of Health, Lincoln, Nebraska "The Right to Health Care-- What Are the Implications?" November 28, 1983. 88. Calvary Hospital, Bronx, New York "Supportive Care for the Incurable Cancer Patient," December 1, 1983. 89. Danbury Hospital, Danbury, Connecticut "Case Study of ICU Utilization: A Non-Responsive Respirator Dependent Patient Whose Family Demands that 'Everything Possible Be Done'," December 9, 1983. 90. Estes Park Institute, Hospital Medical Staff Conference and Hospital Trustee Forum, Boca Raton, Florida. Keynote Address: "Cost Containment and Delivery of Quality Care," December 11, 1983. 91. New England Hospital Assembly, Boston, Massachusetts Workshop on Ethical Considerations in Hospital Cost Containment Programs, December 15-16, 1983. 92. National Institutes of Health, Washington, D.C. "Workshop on Maintenance of a Cadaver Donor for Multiple Organ Procurement: Ethical and Religious Considerations," January 22, 1984. 93. Memorial Hospital, Hollywood, Florida Luncheon Address: "The Emerging Role of Institutional Ethics Committees." Evening Address: "Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Critically Ill Newborns," January 26, 1984.

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94. Danbury Hospital, Danbury, Connecticut Medical Grand Rounds: "Ethical Issues in Nutritional Support for the Dying Patient," February 8, 1984. 95. Nevada Perinatal Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada "Ethical Dilemmas in Perinatal Care," February 11, 1984. 96. University of Santa Clara Law School Lecture Series, Santa Clara, California "Deciding to Forego Life-Sustaining Treatment; A Religious/Ethical and Legal Perspective," with Professor Robert Mnookin of Stanford Law School, February 15, 1984. 97. American Society of Law and Medicine, Houston, Texas "Case Studies for Institutional Ethics Committees' Role in Health Care Decision Making," February 23, 1984. 98. New York Academy of Medicine, New York, New York "Brain Death Legislation: An Imperative for New York State," February 27, 1984. 99. New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, New York, New York "Equity and Access Issues for Institutional Ethics Committees," March 29, 1984. 100. Center for Applied Ethics, Sacred Heart University, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Baby Doe Cases: Media, Myth, and Reality," March 21, 1984. 101. New England Medical Records Conference, Boston, Massachusetts "The Right of Privacy, Confidentiality and the Fair Information Practices Act: An Analysis of the Earle Spring Case," March 26, 1984. 102. New England Hospital Assembly, Boston, Massachusetts "Institutional Ethics Committees and the Allocation of Medical Treatment," March 28, 1984. 103. Utah Hospital Association, Salt Lake City, Utah "The Right to Health Care: Does It Exist in the 80's?" March 30, 1984. 104. Yale Medical School, New Haven, Connecticut Pediatric Grand Rounds: "Non-Treatment Decisions in Critically Ill newborns: An Ethical Analysis of the Baby Doe Cases," April 11, 1984. 105. Connecticut Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics, West Haven, Connecticut "Ethical Issues in Neonatal Intensive Care," April 11, 1984. 106. Berkshire Medical Center, Pittsfield, Massachusetts "Workshop on Ethical Issues in Medicine," April 13, 1984. 107. College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York, New York "Ethical and Legal Realities in Perinatal Care," April 24, 1984. 108. Rhode Island Hospital Corporation, Newport, Rhode Island "Workshop on Ethical, Legal and Financial Issues in Medicine," April 27, 1984. 109. Northwestern State University of Louisiana, Shreveport, Louisiana "Bioethical and Developmental Frontiers in Perinatal Intensive Care," May 11, 1984. 110. Massachusetts Hospital Association, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts "Health Care Delivery in an Era of Diminishing Resources," May 18-19, 1984. 37

111. Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio "Workshop on Ethical Issues in Neonatal Medicine," May 24, 1984. 112. Michigan Catholic Health Association, Lansing, Michigan "Workshop on Ethical Perspectives in Medicine," May 30, 1984. 113. National Conference on the Care of Children, Boston, Massachusetts "Right of Children to Decline Treatment: the Case of Tennessee v. Hamilton," June 7, 1984. 114. Mount Auburn Hospital, Cambridge, Massachusetts "Establishing an Institutional Ethics Committee in a Teaching Hospital," June 13, 1984. 115. Annual Meeting of Connecticut Hospital Association, New Haven, Connecticut "Rising Expectations and Diminishing Resources: The Dilemma of Health Care Delivery in the 80's," June 20, 1984. 116. Bridgeport Hospital, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Workshop on Ethical Issues in Medicine," June 21, 1984. 117. American Society of Law and Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts "Case Studies for Institutional Ethics Committees' Role in Health Care Decision Making," June 24, 1984. 118. Maine Hospital Association, Dixville Notch, New Hampshire "Ethical Dilemmas in a Two-Tiered Health Care Delivery System," July 2, 1984. 119. National Conference of the American Bar Association, Chicago, Illinois "Barber v. Superior Court: A Basis for the Legal Duty to Treat," August 6, 1984. 120. Tufts Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts "Issues in Medical Ethics," Lecture to First Year Class, September 12, 1984. 121. Catholic Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York "Legal and Ethical Issues in Termination of Treatment Decisions," September 21, 1984. 122. New England Baptist Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts "Hospital Ethics Committee," September 24, 1984. 123. University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, Minnesota Annual Max Seham Lecture: "Ethical Considerations of Neonatal Care," September 28, 1984. 124. United Hospitals, St. Paul, Minnesota "Workshop on Ethical Issues in Medicine," October 5, 1984. 125. Iowa Mercy Network, Des Moines, Iowa "Workshop on Ethical Issues in Medicine," October 12, 1984. 126. Sacred Heart University, Bridgeport, Connecticut "Quality Health Care in an Age of Cost Containment," October 15, 1984. 127. Wisconsin Hospital Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin "Quality Health Care in an Age of Cost Containment," October 26, 1984. 128. American College of Hospital Administrators, Chicago, Illinois "Emerging Economic Issues in Health Care: A Challenge to CEOs," October 29, 1984. 38

129. Northern Ohio College of Medicine, Akron, Ohio "Workshop on Ethical Issues in Medicine," November 2-3, 1984. 130. University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts "Severe Anemia in a Post-Surgical Jehovah's Witness Patient," November 7, 1984. 131. Massachusetts Bar Association, Committee on Treatment Issues, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. "Withholding of Nutrition and Fluids: A Legal and Ethical Analysis," November 8, 1984. 132. National Conference on Legal and Ethical Issues in Pediatric Care, Boston, Massachusetts. "An Ethical Analysis of the Baby Doe Regulations," November 9, 1984. 133. Hospital Trustees of Pennsylvania, Hershey, Pennsylvania "Trustees' Role in Institutional Ethics Committees," November 14, 1984. 134. St. Joseph Sisters Hospital Corporation, Ann Arbor, Michigan "Workshop on Medical Ethics," November 30, 1984. 135. Ross Regional Neonatal Conference, Stowe, Vermont "Legislative Response to the Baby Doe Cases," December 11, 1984. 136. Elliot Hospital, Manchester, New Hampshire "The Role of an Institutional Ethics Committee in a Community Hospital," December 17, 1984. 137. St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues for the Seriously Ill Newborn," December 21, 1984. 138. McKay-Dee Hospital Center, Ogden, Utah "Allocation of Resources, DRGs and the Community Hospital," January 7, 1985. 139. Mt. Sinai Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut "The Care of the Critically Ill Infant," January 18, 1985. 140. Hastings Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York "Ethical Issues in Organ Donation," January 24, 1985. 141. Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts "Ethical Dilemmas in Medicine," March 13,1985. 142. Catholic Health Corporation, Anaheim, California "Emerging Issues in Medical Ethics," March 19, 1985. 143. Nashoba Valley Health Center, Ayer, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues in Medicine," April 10, 1985. 144. Highland Park Hospital, Highland Park, Illinois "The Role of Institutional Ethics Committees in a Community Hospital," May 1, 1985. 145. Mid-Maine Medical Center, Bangor, Maine "Workshop on Medical Ethics," May 13, 1985. 146. University of Vermont Medical School "Commencement Address," May 18, 1985.

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147. New England Pediatric Assembly, Newport, Rhode Island "Ethical Issues in the Care of Seriously Ill Newborns," May 25, 1985. 148. University of Connecticut Medical School, Farmington, Connecticut "Commencement Address," May 30, 1985. 149. Mercy Hospital, Cedar Rapids, Iowa "Workshop in Medical Ethics," June 3, 1985. 150. Alabama Hospital Association, Birmingham, Alabama "Quality Health Care in an Age of Cost Containment," June 14, 1985. 151. Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Medford, Massachusetts Guthrie Lecture: "Compassionate Care of the Dying Patient," June 18, 1985. 152. Queens College, Oxford University, Oxford, ENGLAND International Conference on Medical Ethics "The Withdrawal of Nutrition and Fluids: The American Legal Experience," June 24, 1985. 153. New Brunswick Hospital Association, St. John's N.B., CANADA "Ethical Aspects of 'Do Not Resuscitate' Orders," June 25, 1985. 154. Michigan Hospital Association, Macinac Island, Michigan Keynote Address: "Quality of Life—Quality of Care," June 27, 1985. 155. New York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center, New York, New York Month of September, 1985 spent at New York Hospital-CMC with the following Professional Rounds: Ethical Issues in Neonatology Ethical Issues in Pediatrics Ethical Issues in Medical ICU Ethical Issues in Cardiac ICU Ethical Issues in DNR Orders Ethical Issues in Nursing Ethical Issues for Trustees and Administrator 156. East Carolina School of Medicine, Greenville, North Carolina "Ethical Issues in the Care of Seriously Ill Newborns," September 16, 1985. 157. St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland "Ethical Issues in Health Care Delivery," September 24, 1985. 158. Tufts Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts Lecture to First-year students on Ethics in Medicine, September 27, 1985. 159. Bay State Medical Center, Springfield, Massachusetts "Workshop on Medical Ethics," October 2, 1985. 160. Brooklyn Gynecology Society, Brooklyn, New York Presidential Address: "The Interaction of Courts and Medicine," October 16, 1985. 161. National Conference of Medical Staff Directors, Boston, Massachusetts "Organizing Institutional Ethics Committees: Promise and Perils," October 17, 1985.

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162. Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau Claire, Wisconsin "Workshop on Medical Ethics," October 21, 1985. 163. Johnson and Johnson, Senior Research Scientists, New Brunswick, New Jersey "Impact of Cost Containment Measures on Health Care Delivery," October 24, 1985. 164. Massachusetts Hospital Association, Framingham, Massachusetts "Allocation of Resources and Health Care for the Elderly," November 13, 1985. 165. Bar Association of the City of New York, New York "The New Baby Doe Regulations: A Legal and Ethical Perspective," December 2, 1985. 166. Danbury Hospital, Danbury, Connecticut "Ethical Aspects of Organ Transplantation," December 4, 1985. 167. Tufts Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts Senior Faculty Seminar on Issues in Medical Ethics, December 5, 1985. 168. American Academy of Pediatrics, California Chapter, San Francisco, California "Synthetic Growth Hormone for Normal Small Children," "Organ Harvesting form the Anencephalic: A Legal and Ethical Analysis," December 14, 1985. 169. Abbott-Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis, Minnesota "Practices and Policies of Institutional Ethics Committees," January 7, 1986. 170. College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York, New York Alexander Ming Fisher Lecture: "Withholding of Nutrition and Fluids: The Emerging Ethical Dilemma," January 15, 1986. 171. Children's Hospital, Washington, D.C. "Ethical Issues in Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation," January 24, 1986. 172. Third Age Center, Fordham University, Bronx, New York "Proxy Decision Making for Impaired Elderly Patients," January 29, 1986. 173. American Society of Law and Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania "Critical Issues in Health Law: Decision Making at the Macro Level," February 10, 1986. 174. Kaiser Permanente Capital Group, Washington, D.C. "Ethical Issues in HMO Practice," February 11, 1986. 175. Children's Hospital, Washington, D.C. "Parent-Physician Conflict," February 12, 1986. 176. National Conference on Ecmology, Snowmass, Colorado "Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation: An Emerging Technology Presents New Ethical Problems," February 26, 1986. 177. American Medical Association, New Orleans, Louisiana "Ethical Dimensions of Withdrawal of Treatment," March 15, 1986. 178. Michigan Hospital Association, Flint, Michigan "Ethical Issues in Oncology," March 26, 1986. 179. St. Joseph Hospital, Townsend, Maryland "Impact of DRGs in Health Care Delivery," April 9, 1986. 41

180. International Conference on Medical Ethics, Siena, Italy "American Court Responses to Withholding Nutrition and Fluids," June 18, 1986. 181. American Hospital Association, Chicago, Illinois "Contemporary Management Issues for High-Risk Perinatal Hospitals," September 6, 1986. 182. Tufts Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts First Year Class- "Ethical Issues in Medical Decision Making," September 10, 1986. 183. Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts Weiss Lecture: "Withholding of Nutrition and Fluids: Killing or an Acceptable Medical Practice?" October 9, 1986. 184. Mt. Auburn Hospital Centennial Conference, Cambridge, Massachusetts Zukerman Lecture: "Allocation of Scarce Resources: A Crisis in American Medicine," October 16, 1986. 185. Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts "Withholding Life-Sustaining Treatment," October 17, 1986. 186. St. Anne's Hospital, Fall River, Massachusetts "Ethical Aspects of the Brophy Decisions," October 22, 1986. 187. St. Thomas More Society, Worcester Bar Association, Worcester, Massachusetts "Catholic Perspectives on Medical Ethics," October 26, 1986. 188. St. Mary's Hospital, Evansville, Indiana "The Challenge of Resource Allocation for American Medicine," November 6, 1986. 189. Children's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts "Dilemmas in Neonatal Medicine," November 12, 1986. 190. Columbia Hospital, Harriman, New York "Health Care and Its Costs," November 13-15, 1986. 191. National Conference on Ecmology, Snowmass, Colorado "Ethical Issues in Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation," February 26, 1987. 192. National Conference on Pediatric Brain Death, Washington, D.C. "Pediatric Brain Death on Organ Donation," March 27, 1987. 193. American Academy of Pediatrics, Washington, D.C. "Ethical Issues in Surrogate Motherhood: The Case of Baby M," April 3, 1987. 194. New England Hospital Assembly, Manchester, New Hampshire Alexander Eastman Lecture, "Health Care Costs: A Challenge to Medicine," May 6, 1987. 195. New England Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts Yuler Lecture, "Limitation of Treatment Decisions," May 8, 1987. 196. Michigan Hospital Association, Travers City, Michigan "Cost Containment: The Challenge of Modern Medicine," May 22, 1987. 197. Maine Medical Center, Portland, Maine "Ethical and Legal Issues in Intensive Care Medicine," June 5, 1987. 42

198. International Conference on Termination of Treatment, Appleton, Wisconsin "Ethical Issues in Termination of Treatment: Nutrition and Fluids," June 10-13, 1987. 199. Notre Dame Conference on Moral Theology, Notre Dame, Indiana "Moral Implications of Reproductive Technology," June 15, 1987. 200. Atlantic States Conference on Neonatology, Baltimore, Maryland "Ethical Issues in Care of the Critically Ill Newborn," June 19, 1987. 201. Tufts Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts "Issues in Medical Decision Making," September 14, 1987. 202. Harvard Medical School Continuing Education, Boston, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues in Nutritional Support," September 21, 1987. 203. Newport Hospital, Newport, Rhode Island "Ethical Issues in AIDS," September 28, 1987. 204. Hartford County Medical Society, Hartford, Connecticut "Can We Justify the High Cost of Dying?" September 30, 1987. 205. St. Joseph Hospital, Marshfield, Wisconsin "Withholding Nutrition and Fluids: A Legal and Ethical Analysis," October 5, 1987. 206. Massachusetts Hospital Association, Framingham, Massachusetts "Physician Related Problems in AIDS," October 20, 1987. 207. Mercy Hospital, Portland, Maine "DNR Orders and Termination of Treatment Decisions," October 29, 1987. 208. Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston, Massachusetts "Legal Issues in AIDS Patients," December 8, 1987. 209. Bay State Medical Center, Springfield, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues in Care of Critically Ill Patients," February 8, 1988. 210. National Conference on Ecmology, Snowmass, Colorado "Burnout in Care of Patients in ECMO," February 23, 1988. 211. Mercer University School of Medicine, Sea Island, Georgia "Ethical Issues in Critical Care Medicine," March 12, 1988. 212. Memorial Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts "Workshop on Clinical Teaching of Medical Ethics," March 18, 1988. 213. Michigan Hospital Trustees, Flint, Michigan "Ethical Dilemmas in AIDS," April 18, 1988. 214. Texas Dietetic Association, Houston, TX "Ethical Issues in Nutritional Support," April 29, 1988. 215. Symposium on Nutritional Support for the Long-Term Care Patient, Phoenix, Arizona. "Ethical Issues in Nutritional Support," April 30, 1988. 216. American Academy of Pediatrics, New York, New York "Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatric AIDS," May 10, 1988. 43

217. International Conference on Termination of Treatment Decisions, Appleton, Wisconsin. "Hospital Refusal of Life-Sustaining Treatment for a Terminally Ill Patient: The Danielle Hall Case," May 17, 1988. 218. Bronson Hospital, Kalamazoo, Michigan "Administrator-Physician Dilemmas in Cost Conscious Health Care Delivery," May 19, 1988. 219. Cape Cod Geriatric Lecture Series, West Barnstable, Massachusetts "The Right to Health Care: Does It Exist in the 80's?" May 20, 1988. 220. New Hampshire Hospital Association, Manchester, New Hampshire "Decision Making in Critical Care Medicine," May 25, 1988. 221. Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island "Dilemmas in Delivery of Health Care," June 3, 1988. 222. Daughters of Charity Health Care System, Traverse City, Michigan "Cost Constraints and Health Care Delivery," June 7, 1988. 223. American Hospital Association, Washington, D.C. "Directors in Ethical Decision-Making," June 10, 1988. 224. Harvard Community Health Plan, Boston, Massachusetts "LORAN Commission Recommendations for Managed Health Care," June 29, 1988. 225. Providence Hospital, Southfield, Michigan "Ethical Issues in Oncology," July 25, 1988. 226. St. Louis University School of Law Judicial Education Program, St. Louis, Missouri "Judicial Decision Making in a Complex Society," July 29, 1988. 227. UMass Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts "Grand Rounds: Ethical Issues in AIDS," September 1, 1988. 228. Daughters of Charity Central Systems, Detroit, Michigan "Economics v. Medicine: The Challenge of the 1990s," September 16, 1988. 229. Tufts School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues in Medicine," September 23, 1988. 230. Newport Hospital, Newport, Rhode Island "On the Far Edges of Life: Nutritional Support/Euthanasia," September 26, 1988. 231. Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts "Ethical Considerations in Nutrition Support," September 29, 1988. 232. Massachusetts Society of Gastroenterology, Jiminy Peak, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues in AIDS," October 2, 1988. 233. National Perinatal Association, San Diego, California "Ethical Issues in Perinatology," October 10, 1988. 234. Greater Southeast Health Systems, White Sulpher, West Virginia "Ethical Issues for Trustees and Board Members of a Health Care System," November 5, 1988.

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235. Mercy Hospital, Binghamton, Alabama "Quality Health Care in an Age of Cost Containment," November 10, 1988. 236. Massachusetts Health Council, Boston, Massachusetts "Right to Live/Right to Die," December 7, 1988. 237. Oschner Clinic, New Orleans, Louisiana Grand Rounds: "Ethical Issues in Surgery," January 6, 1989. 238. St. Thomas Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee "Ethical Issues in Cardiac Surgery," January 26, 1989. 239. Rhode Island Judicial Conference, Providence, Rhode Island "Courts, Standards and Ethical Principles in Medico-Legal Decisions," February 17, 1989. 240. Mercer University School of Medicine, Sea Island, Georgia "Ethical Issues in Critical Care," March 10, 1989. 241. Greater Southeast Hospital Corporation, Washington, D.C. "Hospital Trustee and Board Responsibilities in an Age of Cost Containment," March 17, 1989. 242. Dartmouth Medical Center, Hanover, New Hampshire "Ethical Issues in AIDS," March 31, 1989. 243. New England Association of Gastroenterology, Waterville Valley, New Hampshire "the AIDS Crisis," April 2, 1989. 244. Louisiana State University School of Medicine, Covington, Louisiana "Issues in Medical Ethics," April 17, 1989. 245. Conference on Long Term Care, Scottsdale, Arizona "Ethical Issues in Nutritional Support of Long Term Care Patients," April 29, 1989. 246. Boston College Physician Alumni, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts "The Rudy Linares Case: Murder or Medical Mismanagement?" May 7, 1989. 247. Tufts Associated Health Plan, Waltham, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues in Managed Health Care," May 18, 1989. 248. U.S. Government Executive Service Seminar, Kingston, New York "The Medical Delivery System in Crisis," June 1, 1989. 249. Tufts Medical School Alumni, Newport, Rhode Island "Issues in Termination of Treatment: The Rudy Linares Case," June 2, 1989. 250. American Hospital Association, Orlando, Florida "Allocating Scarce Resources: An Ethical Challenge to Health Care," June 9, 1989. 251. International Conference on Medical Ethics, Aberdeen, SCOTLAND "Ethical and Legal Issues in Withholding Nutrition and Fluids: The American Experience," July 1, 1989. 252. Second International Conference on Health Law and Ethics, London, UNITED KINGDOM "Ethical Issues in Managed Care: The Harvard Community Health Plan Experience," July 18, 1989. 45

253. Appellate Judicial Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania "Ethical Issues in Medico-Legal Decisions," September 20, 1989. 254. Daughters of Charity East Central Region, Chicago, Illinois "Improving Resource Utilization," September 22, 1989. 255. St. Vincent Hospital/Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana "The Withholding/Withdrawing of Life-Sustaining Treatment: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives," November 17, 1989. 256. Our Lady of Mercy Hospital, Camden, New Jersey "Workshop in Medical Ethics," February 14, 1990. 257. William H. Backus Hospital, Parkersburg, West Virginia "Emerging Ethical Issues in Health Care," March 1, 1990. 258. Norwich Hospital, Norwich, Connecticut "Ethical Issues for the 90s," March 8, 1990. 259. St. Mary's Hospital, Saginaw, Michigan "Ethical Issues in Cardio-Thoracic Surgery," March 21, 1990. 260. Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia "Economics, Medicine and Health Care Delivery," March 29, 1990. 261. Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia "Ethical and Legal Issues in Intensive Care," April 2, 1990. 262. Jewish Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky "Ethical issues in Medicine," April 8, 1990. 263. Mercy Hospital, Columbus, Ohio "Ethical Issues in Withholding Nutrition and Fluids: The Cruzan Case," April 20, 1990. 264. Liking Memorial Hospital, Dublin, Ohio Trustee/Administration Retreat "Ethical Issues in Health Care," April 20, 1990. 265. Chicago Bar Association, Chicago, Illinois "Ethical Issues Affecting Pediatric and Adult Patients in Foregoing Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment: The Linares Case," April 24, 1990. 266. University of Chicago Hospitals, Chicago, Illinois Obstetrics/Gynecology Grand Rounds: "Ethical and Legal Issues in the Delivery of a NonViable Fetus," May 18, 1990. 267. Sixth International Conference on AIDS, San Francisco, California "AIDS and the Distribution of Resources," June 26, 1990. 268. Tufts Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts "Treatment of Profoundly Brain-Damaged Patient with No Known Family," September 17, 1990. 269. Newport Hospital, Newport, Rhode Island "Ethical Issues at Beginning and End of Life," October 9. 1990.

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270. St. Agnes Hospital, San Diego, California "Health Care Delivery in the Nineties," October 11, 1990. 271. Durham County Hospital, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina "Health Care in a Time of Cost Constraint," October 12, 1990. 272. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota "Setting Real Limits: Defining a Basic Level of Health Care," October 20, 1990. 273. Fairmont Hospital, Fairmont, West Virginia "Allocation of Medical Care: The Medical-Ethical Problem of the 1990s," October 25, 1990. 274. Greater Southeast Hospital Association, Greenbriar, West Virginia "Trustees' Responsibilities in a Changing Economic Climate," October 26, 1990. 275. Greater Southeast Hospital, Greenbriar, West Virginia Board Retreat: Ethical Concerns for the 1990s, October 27, 1990. 276. St. Joseph Hospital, Savannah, Georgia Keynote Speech Annual Board Retreat, "Ethical Issues in Allocation of Resources," November 16, 1990. 277. Governor's Task Force on Health Care, Providence, Rhode Island "Changing Economic Climate in Health Care," November 27, 1990. 278. Vanderbilt University School of Public Policy, Nashville, Tennessee "Setting Limits in Health Care," December 17, 1990. 279. St. Thomas Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee "Establishing an Ethics Consultation Service," December 18, 1990. 280. Yale Medical School, New Haven, Connecticut Medical Grand Rounds: "DNR Orders," December 20, 1990. 281. Youville Hospital, Cambridge, Massachusetts "Ethical and Legal Aspects of the Provision of Nutrition and Hydration for PVS Patients," January 18, 1991. 282. Charles River District Medical Society, Needham, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues for the 90s," January 27, 1991. 283. LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah "Ethical Issues for Ethics Committees," February 28, 1991. 284. Holy Cross Hospital, Department of Medicine and Ethics Committee, Salt Lake City, Utah. "Working in Medical Ethics," March 4, 1991. 285. Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia Alpha Omega Alpha Visiting Professorship "Medicine, the Courts and Cruzan," March 28, 1991. 286. North Carolina Medical Society, Pinehurst, North Carolina James W. Hooper Lecture “Economics of Health Care Delivery,” April 26, 1991.

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287. South Hills Health System, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania “Medical Futility, DNR Orders and Physician Responsibility,” May 9, 1991. 288. Bioethics Consultation Group, Berkeley, California “Workshop on Values in Ethics,” June 26, 1991. 289. St. Mary’s Hospital, San Francisco, California “Ethical Issues in Long Term Care Facilities,” July 25, 1991. 290. University of California, San Francisco Medical Center, San Francisco, California “Withdrawal of Treatment from an Infant: Baby T,” August 13, 1991. 291. ABA Appellate Judges Seminar, Seattle, Washington “Trends in the Law: Termination of Treatment/AIDS,” August 19, 1991. 292. Tufts Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts “Frozen Embryos: Legal and Ethical Issues,” September 20, 1991. 293. University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut “Religion and Public Policy,” September 25, 1991. 294. PRIM + R Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts “Physician Refusal of Requested Treatment,” October 1, 1991. 295. Boston College Physician Alumni, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Walsh Inaugural Lecture: “Physician Responsibility,” October 6, 1991. 296. International Colloquium on AIDS, Justice and Health Policy, Milan, ITALY “HIV Infected Providers,” October 11, 1991. 297. Mid-Atlantic Health Care System, Morgantown, West Virginia “Patient Self-Determination Act,” October 18, 1991. 298. University of Chicago Medical School, Chicago, Illinois “Clinical Ethics and Patient Care,” October 19, 1991. 299. St. Matthew Church, Plymouth, New Hampshire “Issues in Medical Ethics,” November 5, 1991. 300. Connecticut Gynecological Society, Hartford, Connecticut “Termination of Pregnancy for the Never-Viable Fetus,” November 12, 1991. 301. Holy Cross Health System Trustee Conference, Tuscon, Arizona “Ensuring Excellence in an Age of Limits,” November 15, 1991. 302. St. Francis Medical Center, LaCross, Wisconsin “Ethical Issues of the 90s,” November 18, 1991. 303. Holy Cross Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah “Allocation of Scarce Resources,” March 19, 1992. 304. The Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia “Ethical Issues in Psychiatry,” April 30, 1992. 305. Alumni Meeting of Medical College of Augusta, Georgia “Emerging Trends in Medical Ethics,” April 31, 1992. 48

306. Kaiser Ethics Conference “Ethical Issues in Physician Assisted Suicide and Active Euthanasia,” May 18, 1992. 307. Holy Cross Medical Center, Mission Hills, California “Medical Futility,” May 20, 1992. 308. St. Alphonsus Medical Center, Boise, Idaho “Physician Refusal of Requested Medical Treatment,” May 26, 1992. 309. Bioethics Consultation Group, Berkeley, California “Workshop on Approaches of Medical Ethics,” June 24, 1992. 310. Santa Theresa Hospital, California “Uses of Analgesics in Critically Ill Patients,” July 1, 1992. 311. California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Del Mar, California “Ethical Fraud in Worker’s Compensation,” July 10, 1992. 312. International Symposium on Bioethics, Cambridge University, Cambridge, ENGLAND. “Physician Refusal of Requested Treatment,” August 12, 1992. 313. Mercy Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio “Ethical Issues in Intensive Care,” September 22, 1992. 314. Congress Maurice Rapin, Paris, FRANCE “Rationale and Experience of Oregon’s Rationing Plan,” October 2, 1992. 315. International Congress of Bioethics, Amsterdam, HOLLAND "Medical Futility: A Fatuous Debate," October 6, 1992. 316. Newport Hospital, Newport, Rhode Island "Confidentiality in Pediatric AIDS Cases," October 8, 1992. 317. Arcadian Medical Society, Lafayette, Louisiana "Physician Refusal of Requested Treatment," October 21, 1992. 318. North Monroe Hospital, Monroe, Louisiana "Learning to Say No," October 22, 1992. 319. International Symposium on Nutrition, Madeira, PORTUGAL "Ethical Issues in Enteral Nutrition," October 28, 1992. 320. Minneapolis Children's Hospital, Minneapolis, Minnesota "Ethical Issues in Pediatric ECMO," November 17, 1992. 321. Wyler Children's Hospital, Chicago, Illinois "Ethical Issues in Neonatology," November 19, 1992. 322. University of Chicago Hospital, Chicago, Illinois "Methods of Processing Ethics Consultations," December 2, 1992. 323. Holy Cross Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland "Medical Futility," December 8, 1992. 324. Kaiser Permanente Hospital, Denver, Colorado "Ethical Issues in Pediatric Surgery," January 29, 1993. 49

325. Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia "Physician Refusal of Requested Treatment," February 19, 1993. 326. Boston College Development Council, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues in Health Care Reform," March 4, 1993. 327. Mercy Medical Center, Boise, Idaho "Ethical Issues in Health Care Reform," March 8, 1993. 328. ABA Appellate Judges Seminar, Alexandria, Virginia "Emerging Issues in Law and Medicine," April 19, 1993. 329. St. Ignatius Parish, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts "Ethical Issues in Termination of Treatment," April 25, 1993. 330. Charlton Memorial Hospital, Westport, Massachusetts "Hard Cases--Bad Law," April 30, 1993. 331. University of West Virginia Medical Center, Morgantown, West Virginia "Medical Futility," May 7, 1993. 332. International Symposium on Cardiological Intensive Care, Venice, ITALY "Ethical Issues in the CCU," May 11, 1993. 333. St. Joseph Hospital, South Bend, Indiana "Physician Refusal of Requested Treatment," June 2, 1993. 334. Deaconess Hospital, Evansville, Indiana "Ethical Issues in AIDS," June 5, 1993. 335. St. Mary's Hospital, San Francisco, California "Ethical Issues for Primary Care Medicine," June 22, 1993. 336. University of Cambridge, Cambridge, ENGLAND "Killing v. Letting Die," July 30, 1993 337. Southeast Dialysis and Transplantation Association, New Orleans, Louisiana Flannigan Memorial Lecture "Ethical Issues in Dialysis," August 26, 1993. 338. Royal Canadian College of Physicians and Surgeons, Vancouver, British Columbia. "Establishing Standards in Critical Care Medicine," September 12, 1993. 339. Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts "An Introduction to Medical Ethics," September 23, 1993. 340. ABA Appellate Judges Seminar, Boston, Massachusetts "Workshop on Emerging Issues in Bioethics," September 27, 1993. 341. Kaiser Permanente System, Farmington, Connecticut "Workshop on Ethics Committees," October 20, 1993. 342. North Monroe Hospital, Monroe, Louisiana "Treatment of an Anencephalic Baby," October 21, 1993.

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343. American Society of Law & Medicine, Arlington, Virginia "Autonomy Run Amuck: The Far Reach of Veach," October 23, 1993. 344. British Association for Parental Nutrition, Birmingham, ENGLAND "Ethics of Nutritional Support Therapy," November 30, 1993. 345. Faulkner Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts "Limits of Autonomy," December 9, 1993. 346. Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts "The Dominance of Law in American Bioethics," February 7, 1994. 347. Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts "Liver Transplantation Following Suicide Attempt: An Ethical Analysis," March 15, 1994. 348. Presbyterian/ St. Luke's Medical Center, Denver, Colorado "Born Too Soon: Ethical Issues in Prematurity," April 15, 1994. 349. Society of Critical Care Medicine, Washington, D.C. "Ventilatory Support for an Anencephalic: Baby K," April 23, 1994. 350. Southeastern Alabama Medical Center, Dothan, Alabama "Emerging Issues in Medical Ethics," April 28, 1994. 351. Cambridge University School of Medicine, Cambridge, ENGLAND "Aggressive Care for an Anencephalic Baby?", May 27, 1994. 352. Congres Mondial Medicine & Philosphie, Sorbonne University, Paris, FRANCE "Le cas du Bebe K," May 30, 1994. 353. 10th International Conference on Law & Medicine, Jerusalem, ISRAEL "Physician Refusal of Requested Treatment," August 31, 1994. 354. Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts "Autonomy, Paternalism, and Medicine," September 22, 1994. 355. Newport Hospital, Newport, Rhode Island "Physician Assisted Suicide and Active Euthanasia," October 14, 1994. 356. University of Chicago School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois "Autonomy Run Amuck," October 15, 1994. 357. University of California, Irvine Medical Center, Orange, California "Ethical Issues in Obstetrics," October 20, 1994. 358. Supreme and Appellate Courts of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island, Sturbridge, Massachusetts. "Emerging Issues in Medicine and the Law," November 4, 1994. 359. Wyler Children's Hospital, Chicago, Illinois "Limits to Parental Discretion in Treatment Decisions," November 17, 1994. 360. University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine, Winnipeg, CANADA Medical Grand Rounds: "DNR Orders on Medical Indications," December 9, 1994. 361. Mount Sinai Hospital, Jupiter Beach, Florida "Limits to Health Care Access," February 3, 1995. 51

362. St. Joseph's Hospital, Parkersburg, West Virginia "Demand for Futile Therapy," March 25, 1995. 363. George Washington University Medical Center, Washington, D.C. "Ethical Issues in Surgery: DNR in the OR," April 12, 1995. 364. Queen Charlotte's Hospital, London,UNITED KINGDOM "Fetal-Neonatal Ethics," May 9, 1995. 365. Massachusetts Probate Judges Workshop, Milford, Massachusetts "Proxy-Physician Conflict in Treatment Decisions," May 12, 1995. 366. International Conference on Neuphrology, Madrid, SPAIN "Ethical Issues in Provision of Hemodialysis," July 6, 1995. 367. St. Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, AUSTRALIA "Physician Refusal of Requested Life-Sustaining Treatments: An American Perspective," August 8, 1995. 368. Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA "The Patient-Physician Relationship," September 20, 1995. 369. Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA "Physician Refusal of CPR: Gilgunn v. Mass General Hospital," September 30, 1995. 370. McLean Conference, Chicago, IL "Gilgunn v. Mass General Hospital," October 20, 1995. 371. American College of Surgeons, New Orleans, LA "Workshop on Ethical Issues in Surgery," October 25, 1995. 372. Mercer University School of Medicine, Macon, GA "Patient-Physician Conflict," November 4, 1995. 373. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, CANADA "When the Physician Says No: DNR Policy Reconsidered," November 16, 1995. 374. Mid-Atlantic Renal Coalition, Arlington, Virginia "Ethical and Legal Considerations in Withholding and Withdrawing Dialysis," December 8, 1995. 375. Harvard Surgical Service-Deaconess Hospital, Boston, MA Surgical Grand Rounds: "The 'Medical Loss' Ratio as the Determinant of Care," January 24, 1996. 376. Bay State Medical Center, Springfield, MA "When the Provider Says No: An Ethical and Legal Analysis of Provider/Patient Conflict," March 14, 1996. 377. Colorado Health Decisions, Denver, CO Keynote Address: "GUIDe: The Formulation of Regional Norms and Guidelines," April 19, 1996. 378. Cedar-Sinai Hospital Conference on Perinatology, Pasadena, CA Keynote Address: "Ethical Issues in the NICU," April 28, 1996. 52

379. Jagiellonian University, Kraków, POLAND "The Role of Law in Bioethics: The American Experience," May 9, 1996. 380. Tufts Managed Care Institute, Boston, MA "Ethical Issues in Managed Care," May 18, 1996. 381. The 11th World Congress on Medical Law, Sun City, SOUTH AFRICA "Role of Law and Ethics in American Jurisprudence: The Messenger Case," July 28, 1996. 382. Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA "Managed Care and the Changing Role of Physicians in Health Care," September 12, 1996. 383. American Academy of Pediatrics, Tampa, FL "Update on Ethical Issues in Neonatology," October 4, 1996. 384. Annual Convention of American College of Surgeons, San Francisco, CA "Workshop on Ethical Issues in the Operating Room," October 10, 1996. 385. Newport Hospital, Newport, RI "Ethical Dimensions of Managed Care," October 25, 1996. 386. George Washington University Medical Center, Washington, DC "Donohoe Lecture in Surgery: "Physician Assisted Suicide/Euthanasia," October 29, 1996. 387. University of Minnesota School of Medicine, Minneapolis, MN "Managed Care, Financial Incentives and Cost Control," November 1, 1996. 388. University of Chicago Medical School, Chicago, IL Anesthesia Grand Rounds: "When the Patient Says, ‘I Don't Want to Know,’” November 13, 1996. 389. Research Medical Center, Kansas City, MO "How Do the Patient, the Problem and the Care Providers Compete," and "Economics, Ethics or Both: The Role of Financial Incentives in Health Care Delivery," December 6, 1996. 390. Medical Center of Central Georgia, Macon, GA "Emerging Ethical Issues in Managed Care," December 14, 1996. 391. Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC Medical Grand Rounds, February 7, 1997. 392. Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, OH “Timing of Delivery of Non-Viable Fetus,” February 26, 1997. 393. Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA “Financial Incentives in Managed Care; Are They Ethical,” March 19, 1997. 394. St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, MD Medical Grand Rounds: “Changing Patient-Physician Relationship,” April 28, 1997. 395. Leicester General Hospital, Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM "When Do They Stop: Ethical and Legal Issues in Neonatology," May 21, 1997.

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396. Kings College Hospital, London, UNITED KINGDOM “How Small Is Too Small?” May 22, 1997. 397. Instituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, Naples, ITALY International Conference on The Goals of Medicine “Financial Incentives, Managed Care, and Cost Control: Shifts in the Ethical Focus of Health Care Delivery,” June 22, 1997. 398. National Conference of Appellate Court Clerks, Mobile, Alabama “Medical Legal Ethics in Appellate Court,” August 5, 1997. 399. American Academy of Pediatrics, Phoenix, AZ “Ethical Issues in Neonatal Medicine,” September 19, 1997. 400. Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA “Medical Ethics in Practice,” October 9, 1997. 401. American College of Surgeons, Chicago, IL “Spirituality of Retirement,” October 15, 1997. Workshop on End of Life Decisions, October 16, 1997. 402. Society for Health and Human Values, Baltimore, MD “Legislative Regulation of Managed Care,” November 7, 1997. 403. St. Mary’s Medical Center, Evansville, IN “Ethical and Legal Issues in End of Life Decisions: Where Are We Going Now?” November 21, 1997. 404. Mercer Medical School, Macon, GA “Decision Making in Intensive Care,” December 5, 1997. 405. ABA Appellate Judges Seminar, San Antonio, Texas “Termination of Life-Sustaining Treatment/Physician Assisted Suicide,” January 19, 1998. 406. St. Francis Medical, Honolulu, HI “Physician Competency in End-of-Life Care,” February 12, 1998 “The Ethics of Financial Incentives in Managed Care,” February 13, 1998. 407. St. Luke Guild Meeting, New Canaan, CT “Physician Assisted Suicide and the Hippocratic Tradition of Medicine,” March 21, 1998. 408. Portsmouth Regional Hospital, Portsmouth, NH “Ethical Issues in Quality Health Care Delivery in Managed Care,” March 31, 1998. 409. Exeter Hospital, Exeter, NH “Ethical Issues and Quality Healthcare Delivery and Managed Care,” April 14, 1998. 410. St. Francis Health Hospital, Poughkeepsie, NY Physician and Clergy Medical Ethics Lecture, April 30, 1998. 411. Forsyth Medicine/Business Coalition, Winston-Salem, NC “Ethics of Managed Care,” May 6, 1998. 412. Cambridge University Department of Pediatrics, Cambridge, ENGLAND “Resuscitation of Micropremies,” May 13, 1998. 54

413. The 11th World Congress on Medical Law, Budapest, HUNGARY “Managed Care, Cost Control and The Common Good,” August 3, 1998. 414. National Conference on Institutional Ethics, Darden School, University of Virginia “Financial Incentives, Managed Cared and the Common Good,” September 25, 1998. 415. Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA “The Doctor Patient Relationship,” September 30 - October 1, 1998. 416. Michigan Health & Hospital Association, Traverse City, MI “A ‘Good’ Death is Better Than the Alternative,” October 8, 1998. 417. The University of Bologna, Bologna, ITALY “Health and Illness as a Metaphor for Life,” October 24-27, 1998. 418. Seventh Annual New England Appellate Judges’ Conference, Grafton, VT “Ethical, Legal and Scientific Challenges of Compulsory Genetic Screening,” October 31, 1998. 419. Pritzker School of Medicine, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL “Ethical Issues in Transplantation,” December 2, 1998. 420. Research Medical Center, Kansas City, MO “Impact of Religion on Healthcare Decisions,” December 11, 1998. 421. Beth Israel/Deaconess/Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA Surgical Grand Rounds, “Refusal to Correct a Coactation of the Aorta: Surgical Response to the Devastated Patient,” April 14, 1999. 422. 3rd International Conference on Legal and Ethical Issues in Neonatology, Leicester, ENGLAND “Ethical Issues in Treatment of Micropremies,” May 11, 1999. 423. Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, Collingswood, NJ “Futile Care: Physician Refusal of Life-Sustaining Treatment,” May 18, 1999. 424. Memorial Hospital, Colorado Springs, CO “Treatment Decision in NICU: Who Decides? What Are the Standards?,” June 3-4, 1999. 425. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA “Treatment Decisions for Infants at the Margins of Viability,” June 29, 1999. 426. University of Pennsylvania Medical School, Philadelphia, PA “To What Extent Can Twin ‘A’ Be Endangered to Benefit Twin ‘B’: Ethical Issues in Fetal Surgery,” July 6, 1999. 427. Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA “Ethical Issues in Care of Severely Compromised Newborns,” July 27, 1999. 428. Sara Lee Corporation Conference of Industrial Nurses, Myrtle Beach, SC “Conflicts of Internal Medicine in Industrial Nursing,” September 25, 1999. 429. Northwestern Medical School, Chicago, IL “Nutritional Issues in Long Term and Palliative Care Patient,” November 3, 1999.

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430. St. Joseph Hospital (Savannah), Sea Island, GA “Ethical Issues in Health Care on the Internet,” November 14, 1999. 431. St. Vincent Medical Center, Staten Island, NY “Medical Futility and Physician Refusal,” December 8, 1999. 432. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA Second Annual Undergraduate Bioethics Conference "Ethical Issues in Care of Infants at Margins of Viability," April 2, 2000. 433. Northeast Managed Care Group (Merck Advisory Group), Boston, MA "Quality Health, Cost Control and Managed Care: Where Do We Go From Here?," April 12, 2000. 434. Cambridge University, Department of Pediatrics, Cambridge, ENGLAND "Ethical Issues in Fetal Surgery," May 9, 2000. 435. XIIIth International Congress of Dietetics, Edinburgh, SCOTLAND Ethical Issues - Healthcare Policies and Provision "Physician Refusal of Requested Life-Sustaining Medical Interventions," July 25, 2000. 436. 13th World Congress on Medical Law, Helsinki, FINLAND "The Use of Significant Financial Rewards to Reduce Medical Expenses in a For-Profit Prison Population: An Acceptable or Perverse Incentive?" August 8, 2000. 437. World Meeting of University Professors for Jubilee 2000: Neurological Emergencies, Rome, ITALY "Ethical and Legal Consequences of the Cruzan Case", September 8, 2000. 438. University of Manitoba School of Medicine, Winnipeg, CANADA Ethics Grand Rounds: Issues in Separation of Conjoined Twins, November 8, 2000. 439. University of Manitoba Law School, Winnipeg, CANADA "The Role of Courts in Bioethical Cases," November 9, 2000. 440. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA "The Changing Faces of Medicine: Health Care on the Internet," November 30, 2000. 441. The MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics, University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, IL The Twelfth Annual Dorothy Jean MacLean Conference "Ethical and Policy Considerations in Bowman v. Corrections Corporation of America," December 9, 2000. 442. Managed Care Division, Merck Pharmaceuticals, Trumbull, CT "Ethics in Managed Care Environment," December 19, 2000. 443. Merck: New England Advisory Board Meeting, Hyannis, MA “Cost and Quality Control: An Emerging Crisis in Health Care Delivery,” February 10, 2001 444. University of California, Harbor/UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA "Case Presentations: Bioethical Issues," March 5-6, 2001 445. University of Pennsylvania School of Law, Philadelphia, PA "The Legal Duties of the Bioethicist," April 11, 2001 446. Merck: Physician Northeast Advisory Board Meeting, White Plains, NY “Emerging Issues in Embryo Research,” April 27, 2001 56

447. Merck: Mid Atlantic Physician Advisory Board Meeting, Washington, DC “Ethical Issues in Managed Care Delivery,” April 28, 2001 448. 2nd Annual Forum on Perinatal/Neonatal Issues, Memorial Hospital, Colorado Springs, CO Neonatal Conference: “Workshop on Treatment Decisions for Infants at Margins of Viability,” May 2-4, 2001 449. Leicester General Hospital, Neonatal Ethics and Law, Leicester, ENGLAND "Ethical Controversies in the Management of Very Preterm Babies," May 8, 2001 450. Medico-Legal Seminar, Grimaud, France "Ethical and Legal Considerations in Treatment of Extremely Premature Infants," May 11, 2001 451. San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, CA Department of Obstetrics: “Maternal Fetal Conflict in Post Amniotic Fluid Embolism Patient,” June 21, 2001 452. University of California San Francisco Medical Center, San Francisco, CA Pediatric Grand Rounds: “Assisted Ventilation in Extremely Premature Newborns,” June 28, 2001 453. Churchill College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, ENGLAND “From Blastocyst to Neonate: Ethical Dilemmas from Emerging Technology,” July 4, 2001 454. Council of Appellate Staff Attorneys, Portland, Maine "Stem Cells, Embryos and Genetic Manipulation: Legal Landmines in the Making," July 17, 2001 455. Knights of Malta, Boston College, Boston, MA “She Is the Mother and Other Strange Tales from Bioethics,” September 22, 2001. 456. ABA Judicial Conference, Council of Chief Judges of Courts of Appeal, New York City, NY “Genetics: The Appellate Court as Lifeguard at the Gene Pool,” October 7, 2001. 457. 87th Meeting of Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons, New Orleans, LA “End-of-Life Issues: Gaming the System to Obtain HCFA Hospice Coverage,” October 11, 2001. 458. ABA Appellate Judges Seminar, Boston, MA “The Changing Legal Landscape in Genetics, Embryo Research and New Forms of Reproduction,” October 31, 2001. 459. The MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL “Resuscitation of an Infant at the Margins of Viability Against Parental Wishes: HCA v. Miller,” November 3, 2001. 460. St. Thomas Aquinas Loyola Colloquium, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT “Stem Cells, Embryos and Reproduction: Asexual: An Ethical Quagmire,” November 8, 2001. 461. Northwestern University School of Medicine, Department of Critical Care Medicine, Chicago, IL “Ethics of Non-Heartbeating Cadaver Organ Donation,” April 9, 2002. 462. Chicago Thoracic Society, Chicago, IL “Legal & Ethical Issues in Withholding Requested Life-Sustaining Treatment,” April 9, 2002. 463. Loyola University School of Medicine, Maywood, IL Grand Rounds: “Physician Refusal of Requested Life-Sustaining Treatment,” April 10, 2002. 57

464. Twelfth Annual President’s Council Distinguished Lecture, Assumption College, Worcester, MA “Simple Teacher of Religion,” May 8, 2002 465. Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, ENGLAND Update on Ethical Issues in Neonataology, May 15, 2002 466. Gregorian University, Rome, ITALY Evangelium Vitae: Catholic Approaches to End-of-Life-Care, May 22, 2002 467. 5th International Bioethics Retreat, Almagro, SPAIN “Bad Cases Make Bad Law: Why HCA v. Miller Ought Not Be a Guide to Resuscitation of Infants at the Margins of Viability,” June 5, 2002. 468. LINK 2002, International Conference in Neonatology, Keystone, CO “The Ethical Boundary to Advancement of Neonatal Care,” June 16, 2002. 469. 24th Annual Conference of the European Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, Glasgow, SCOTLAND Keynote Address: “From the Blastocyst to the Beyond: The Ethics of Nutritional Support,” September 1, 2002. 470. Royal Belfast Hospital, Belfast, NORTHERN IRELAND “From Paternalism to Autonomy in Health Care Delivery,” September 2, 2002 471. Royal Maternity Hospital, Belfast, NORTHERN IRELAND “Ethical Issues in Obstetrics and Perinatology,” September 4, 2002. 472. New Hall College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, ENGLAND “Response to Requests for Unconventional Therapeutic Treatments,” September 5, 2002. 473. Broward County Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, FL “Use of Hyperboric Oxygen Therapy for Near Drowning Victim: Unconventional or Useless Therapy?” September 11, 2002. 474. Judicial Conference, United States Court of Appeal for Veteran Claims, Washington, DC "Legal Ethics: An Old Concept and New Challenge", September 20, 2002. 475. Pediatric Grand Rounds: University of Chicago Children's Hospital, Chicago, IL "Assisted Ventilation of Newborns: Whose Decision Is It?” October 10, 2002 476. 2002 Pediatrix-Obstetrix Annual Medical Directors’ Meeting, The Woodlands, Texas “What Should We Do When Patients/Parents Want What We Don’t Offer,” November 8, 2002 477. ABA Appellate Judges Seminar, San Antonio, TX “Designing Babies: Privacy, Legal and Ethical Issues,” November 15, 2002. 478. MacLean Conference, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL "Physician Response to Reqeusts for Unconventional Treatment," November 17, 2002. 479. American Academy of Pediatrics, Vancouver, B.C., Canada “Workshop on Emerging Ethical Issues in Perinatology.” Sept. 13, 2003. 480. Council of Chief Judges of the Courts of Appeals, Boston, MA. “New Legal Clarification in Reproduction and End of Life.” October 8, 2003. 58

481. Inaugural Lecture Xaverian Institute (Abdella Center for Ethics), Shrewsbury, MA. “From the Blastocyst to the Beyond. New Challenges in Bioethics.” October 16, 2003 482. De Paul University School of Law, Chicago, IL. “New Frontiers in Law and Medicine.” October 22, 2003 483. New England Appellate Judges Conference, Warwick, RI “Stem Cells, Cloning and New Forms of Reproduction.” October 24, 2003 484. MacLean Conference, University of Chicago Medical School, Chicago, IL. “Newborn Resuscitation Against Parental Refusal.” November 14, 2003 485. Pediatrix, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. “Ethical and Legal Issues in Assisted Ventilation of Newborns.” November 21, 2003 486. Association of Community Health Plans, Austin, TX. “Ethical Issues in HMOs and Managed Care.” March 21, 2004 487. Rhode Island Bar Association, Providence, RI. “Legal Issues in End-of-Life Treatment.” April 19, 2004 488. Judicial Conference, United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, Washington, DC. “Issues in Legal Ethics: Conflicts of Interest and Confidentiality.” April 23, 2004 489. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Kings College Medical School, London, England. “Court Ordered Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment.” May 19, 2004 490. Royal Maternity Hospital, Belfast, NORTHERN IRELAND “End of Life Decisions: Conflict, Conscience and the Law.” May 20, 2004 491. Department of Pediatrics, Addenbrooks Hospital, Cambridge, ENGLAND. “Ethical Issues in Fetal Surgery.” May 22, 2004 492. International Bioethics Retreat, Padua, Italy. “Emergent Circumstances Exception to Informed Consent: Miller v. HCA.” June 24, 2004 493. South African Jesuit Workshop on Faith and Culture, Johannesburg, South Africa. “Ethical Issues in HIV Prevention,” “Issues in Confidentiality,” “Issues in New Forms of Reproduction.” July 6-8, 2004 494. San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, CA. “Treatment Issues in Infants at Margins of Viability.” July 29, 2004 495. Pediatric Grand Rounds, University of California San Francisco Medical School, San Francisco, CA. “Changing Rules on Requirement for Informed Consent: Texas Supreme Court ruling in Miller v. HCA. August 3, 2004 496. DePaul University School of Law, Chicago, IL. “Legal Issues in Reproduction.” September 27, 2004 497. DePaul University School of Law, Chicago, IL. “Law, Medicine and Ethics: Old Problems, and New Challenges.” October 4, 2004

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498. Department of Pediatrics, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. “Parental Autonomy: A Real but Limited Right.” October 12, 2004 499. World Symposium on Perinatology, Boston, MA. “New Challenges in Neonatal Intensive Care: Mortality and Morbidity in Infants at the Threshold of Viability.” October 30, 2004 500. St. Joseph/Candler Hospital-Board Retreat, Sea Island, GA. “New Directions in Health Care Coverage: Consumer-Driven Insurance Plans.” November 12, 2004 501. Sixteenth Annual MacLean Conference, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. “Bad Cases Make Bad Ethics: Robertson’s Response to Miller v. HCA.” November 6, 2004 502. Grand Rounds, Palliative Care Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA. “Demands for Unwarranted Treatment: The Barbara Howe Case,” March 30, 2005 503. Mercy Hospital, Canton, OH. “Terri Schiavo: The Catholic tradition on End-of-Life Care,” April 20,2005 504. Boston Bioethics Forum, Boston, MA. Ethical Issues in “Embryonic Stem cell Research,” April 29, 2005 505. National Conference on Neonatal Ethics, Leicester General Hospital, Leicester, ENGLAND. “Ethical Issues in Assisted Ventilation of the Newborn,” May 10, 2005 506. University College London, Department of Pediatrics, London, ENGLAND. “Ethical Issues in Treatment of Very Early Gestational Age Infants,” May 11, 2005 507. Department of Pediatrics, Haddensbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, ENGLAND. “Emergent Circumstances Exception to Informed Consent: Miller v. HCA,” May 13, 2005 508. International Bioethics Retreat, Frije University, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS. “Insights on Dostoevsky for Parental Decision Making,” June 23,2005 509. Department of Obstetrical Oncology, University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, MN. “Sun Hudson v Texas Children’s Hospital and Barbara Howe v. MGH: Two Approaches to Terminating Treatment over Family Protest,” July 11, 2005 510. American Academy of Pediatrics, NeoPrep, San Diego, CA "Review of Ethical Issues in Neonatal Practice," September 22, 2005. 511. Baystate Medical Center, Northampton, MA "Controversies in End-of-Life-Care: Lessons from the Terri Schiavo Case," October 11, 2005 512. New England Appellate Judges Conference, John Adams Court House, Boston, MA "From Schiavo to Howe: Continuing Controversaries in Law and Medicine," November 5, 2005. 513. University of Chicago Medical School, Chicago, IL "Howe v. MGH and Hudson v. Texas Children's Hospital: Two Approaches to Futility Disputes," November 11, 2005. 514. Harvard Law School, Health Law Forum, Cambridge, MA "Intractable Disputes Between Physicians and Families: New Developments in Approaches to Futility," November 16, 2005. 60

515. Department of Pediatrics, Stanford Medical School, Palo Alto, CA “Howe v. MGH and Hudson v. Texas Children's Hospital,” March 1, 2006. 516. St. Denis Parish, Menlo Park, CA “Reflections of the Terri Schiavo Case,” March 7, 2006. 517. University of California, San Francisco Medical School, San Francisco, CA “Ethical Issues in Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer,” March 9, 2006. 518. Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics, Palo Alto, CA “Classic Papers in Bioethics: Baby L,” April 4, 2006. 519. Issues in Women's Health, Stanford University, Palo, Alto, CA “Maternal-Fetal Conflicts,” April 17, 2006. 520. Grand Rounds in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Stanford Medical School, Palo Alto, CA "Early Induced Delivery of a Non-Viable Fetus: A Response to South Dakota's Prohibition on Abortion," May 8, 2006. 521.

Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA “Catholic Approaches to Medical Treatment Decisions,” January 17, 2007.

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Leicester General Hospital, Leicester Conference on Neonatal Ethics and Law, Leicester, ENGLAND "Shifting Treands in Parental Decision Making in the NICU," May 8, 2007.

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University of London College Hospital, London, ENGLAND University College London Department of Pediatrics, "Update on Neonatal Ethics," May 10, 2007.

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St. Catherine College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, ENGLAND International Bioethics Retreat, "Rage, Rage Is Not an Apt Metaphore for End-of-Life Care: The Welby Case," June 19, 2007.

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Seattle Children's Hospital, Pediatric Bioethics Conference, Seattle, WA “Physician’s Refusal to Provide Life-Prolonging Medical Interventions,” July 13, 2007 “Parental Discretion in Refusal of Treatment for Newborns,” July 14, 2007

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NeoPrep, The American Academy of Pediatrics, Atlanta, Georgia “Ethical Issues in Neonatology,” August 25, 2007.

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Assumption College, Topics in Medicine, Worcester, MA “Financial Challenges: How do we pay for it?” September 27, 2007

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United States Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims, Washington, DC “Legal Ethics Update,” September 28, 2007

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Council of Chief Judges of the State Courts of Appellate, New Orleans, LA “Judges as Lifeguards at the Gene Pool,” October 19, 2007.

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Department of Pediatrics, Grand Rounds, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Tampa, FL “Decision Making for Infants at the Margins of Viability,” October 30, 2007.

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Department of Medicine, Grand Rounds, St. Anthony’s Hospital , St. Petersburg, FL “Challenges in Physician-Patient Communication in Light of Patient Autonomy,” October 30, 2007.

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Stanford Medical School, Paolo Alto, CA Department of Obstetrics, “Ethics Issues in Pre-Delivery Counseling,” March 24, 2008.

533.

UCSF Medical School, San Francisco, CA Pediatric Grand Rounds, “Robert Truog’s Proposals on Resolution of Parent-Physician Disputes: Not the Way to Go,” March 27, 2008.

534.

San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, CA Department of Pediatrics, “Shifting Standards of Care: Where Are We Now?” March 28, 2008.

535.

California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, CA “Old Disputes and New Resolutions on End-of-Life Care,” April 9, 2008.

536.

Stanford Medical School, Palo Alto, CA Department of Pediatrics, “The Messenger Case: ‘Murder’ in the Nursery?” April 8, 2008.

537.

UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco, CA Department of Pediatrics, “Case Conference Ethics of Heart Surgery on a Neurologically Devastated Infant,” April 9, 2008.

538.

UCSF Medical Center, San Francisco, CA Neonatology Rounds, “Shifting Standards in Care of Newborns: Insights from Forty Years of Medical Practice,” April 15, 2008.

539.

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA Women’s Studies Program, “Ethical Issues in Sale of Eggs,” April 21, 2008.

540.

Stanford Medical School, Palo Alto, CA Center for Biomedical Ethics, “Ethical Issues in Informed Consent,” April 23, 2008.

541.

Wisconsin Supreme Court, Appellate Court Specialty Seminar, Waukesha, WI “Emerging Issues at the Intersection of Law and Medicine,” April 28, 2008.

542.

University of London College Hospital, London, ENGLAND “Resolution of Intractable Disputes Between Parents and Physicians: The American and UK Experience,” May 14, 2008.

543.

Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, ENGLAND “Standards of Care and Hospital Policies on Resuscitation of 22-23 week Gestational Infants,” May 15, 2008.

544.

President’s Council on Bioethics, Washington, DC Keynote address on “Formation of Conscience,” September 11, 2008.

545.

Washington University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Neurology and Radiology,St. Louis, MO Newborn Brain Symposium, “Ethical Issues in ICU Care of Infants with Severe Brain Injury,” September 13, 2008.

546.

Boston College Palliative Care Conference, Chestnut Hill, MA “Confronting Futility: Taking a Stand for Palliative Care,” October 3, 2008. 62

547.

American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting, Boston, MA “Ethical Issues When Pushing the Envelope,” October 12, 2008.

548.

St. John the Evangelist, Hopkinton, MA “Development in Bioethics: Issues in the Beginning and Eng of Life,” October 15, 2008.

549.

Loyola Academy 2008 Lecture Series, Wilmett, IL “Emerging Issues at the Intersection of Law and Medicine,” October 28, 2008.

550.

St. Joseph’s, Tampa, FL Pediatrics, “Assisted Ventilation of Newborns,” November 13, 2008.

551.

St. Josephs, Tampa, FL Grand Rounds, “Physician-Family Disputes on Utilization of Life-Prolonging Procedures: Who Decides and on What Standards?” November 14, 2008.

552.

University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, PA “Ethical Issues in International Traffic in Human Organs,” February 13, 2009.

553.

Columbia Medical School, Pediatric Grand Rounds, New York, NY “A Processed Based Approach to Resolution of Parent-Physician Conflict Treatment Decisions,” March 20, 2009.

554.

Academy of Neonatal Nursing and Neonatal Network, 6th National Advanced Practice Neonatal Nurses Conferences, Boston, MA “Physician-Parent Conflicts on End-of-Life Care,” April 4, 2009.

555.

The Louisiana Judicial College, Sandestin, FL “Emerging Issues at the Intersection of Law and Medicine,” June 7, 2009.

556.

VI Congreso Iberoamericano de Neonatologia, Cusco, Peru "Conflicto entre la familia y el Medico en la Decision de la Prolongacion de la Vida en el Tratamiento del Recien Nacido en el Limite de | la Viabilidad," September 24, 2009 “De Dostoevsky a las Decisiones del Fin de la Vida en las UCIN,” September 24, 2009

557. Columbia Law School, New York, NY “New Forms of Reproduction: A Legal as Well as an Ethical Challenge,” October 12, 2009 558. Miami Neonatology, Miami, FL “Physician-Family Disputes on Utilization of Life-Prolonging Procedures: Who Decides? On What Standards?” November 12, 2009. “Ethical Issues in Assisted Ventilation of Infants at the Margins of Viability,” November 13, 2009. 559. Pediatric Grand Rounds University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA "Emerging Issues in Neonatology," December 11, 2009 560.

Southwest Kansas Bar Association, Frisco, CO "Ethical Issues in the Legal Profession," January 28, 2010

561.

American Academy of Pediatrics, Newport Beach, CA Neoprep Workshop for Board Certification in Neonatology, “Update on Ethical Issues in Neonatology,” February 12, 2010.

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562.

Department of Pediatrics, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL “What do you Tell the Parent Who Asks ‘What went wrong?,’” February 16, 2010.

563.

Pediatric Intensive Care Conference, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL “Informed Consent for Cardiac Massage on a Brain Dead Organ Donor who Incurs Cardiac Arrest Prior to Transplantation,” February 18, 2010.

564.

Stanford University Hospital, Palo Alto, CA “How low is too low: Resuscitation of early gestational age, low birthweight infants,” February 27, 2010.

565.

UCLA Medical School, Keynote Address Conference on Medical Ethics, Los Angeles, CA “Emerging Issues in Medical Ethics: From a clinical to a systemic analysis,” March 11, 2010.

566.

University of Chicago, MacLean Center for Clinical Ethics, Chicago, IL “Legal and Ethical Aspects of End-of-Life Care,” April 7, 2010.

567.

University of Chicago, MacLean Center for Clinical Ethics, Chicago, IL “Legal and Ethical Issues in New forms of Reproduction,” May 10, 2010.

568.

Mercy Hospital, Henry E. Greenebaum Lecture, Chicago, IL "Conflict Resolution in Medical Decision Making," May 10, 2010.

569.

University College Hospital, London, ENGLAND Pediatric Grand Rounds, “Ethical Issues in Monozygotic Monoamniotic twins pregnancy at 28 weeks one with serious heart defect and duodenal atresia,” June 24, 2010.

570.

Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital, London, ENGLAND “Is It Always Wrong to Provide Futile CPR?” June 16, 2010.

571.

Cambridge University Hospital, Cambridge, ENGLAND Subgaleal hemorrhage: What do you tell the parents of the newborn who ask, ‘What went wrong’?” June 17, 2010.

572.

Sorbonne University, Paris, FRANCE International Bioethics Retreat, “What kind of a fire or whose feet: The Ashley Treatment revisited,” June 24, 2010

573.

Nebraska Supreme Court Judicial Conference, Omaha, NE “Emerging Legal Issues in Bioethics,” October 21, 2010

574.

Inaugural Hurley Lecture in Pediatric Ethics, SUNY Downstate Medical School, Brooklyn, New York "Ethical issues in Maintenance Hemodialysis for a Patient with Dandy-Walker Syndrome, CNS and Bilateral Polycystic Kidney Disease,” April 15, 2011.

575.

9th Annual Scott & White Advancing Leadership in Health Management, Dallas, Texas “Ethics of Insurance Coverage in an Era of Health Care Reform” April 29, 2011.

576.

St. Thomas' Hospital, Dept. of Pediatrics, London, ENGLAND "Nuffield Council and American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines," May 17, 2011.

577.

University College London Hospital, London, ENGLAND "Ethical Issues in of Pontocerebellar Hypoplasia," May 19, 2011. 64

578.

International Bioethics Retreat, Cambridge, ENGLAND “Sisyphus Redux: New Attempts of Define a ‘Decent Minimum’ Package of Health Care Coverage,” June 23, 2011.

579.

Pediatrix Medical Group Conference, San Antonio, TX “Does Compassion Ever Justify Futile CPR?” September 23, 2011.

580.

Pediatric Palliative Care Conference Connell School of Nursing, Chestnut Hill, MA “Changing Role of Hospice Care in Pediatrics” October, 7, 2011.

581.

Pediatric Grand Rounds, St. Joseph Hospital, Tampa, FL “Is It Ever Good to Use ‘Futile’ CPR?” October 12, 2011.

582.

Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, St. Thomas Hospital, Tampa, FL “Autonomy as the Dominant Value in American Bioethics,” October 13, 2011.

583.

Board of Directors Meeting, St. Joseph/Chandler Hospital, Savannah, Georgia “Hospital Board Responsibilities in an Age of Diminishing Resources,” October 21, 2011.

584.

Columbia Law School, Health Law Section, New York, NY “Autonomy Run Amok: The Dilemma of Modern Medicine,” November 21, 2011.

585.

Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics, Stanford, CA “Family Demands for Inappropriate or Ineffective Interventions: Two Misguided Approaches,” January 25, 2012.

586.

Stanford Medical School, Palo Alto, CA "From Quinlan to Schiavo: The Evolution of Court Approaches to End-of-Life Cases,” February 1, 2012.

587.

International Network of Catholic Family Life, Los Alto, CA "Ethics of Early Induced Delivery of a Non-Viable Fetus," February 8, 2012.

588.

Pediatric Ethics Committee, Packard Children's Hospital, Stanford University Hospitals, Palo, CA "Normal Until Proven Otherwise: How to Convince 'Genetically Uninformed' Parents of the Correctness of a Diagnosis of a Fatal Abnormality," February 15, 2012.

589.

Pediatric Grand Rounds, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, Palo Alto, CA "Ethical Issues in Treatment Decisions for Infants and Children," February 21, 2012.

590.

Department of Medicine, El Camino Hospital, Mountain View, CA "The High Cost of Dying: Ten Days of ICU Care of 88 Year Old Patient Cost $367,000." February 22, 1202.

591.

Stanford Hospital, Social Work & Case Management, Stanford, CA “Family Demands for Inappropriate or Ineffective Interventions: Two Misguided Approaches,” February 28, 2012.

592.

Stanford Medical School, Division of Genetics, Palo Alto, CA "Counseling 'Genetically Unsophisticated' Parents on the Impact of Genetic Tests," March 13, 2012

593.

Dominican Hospital, Ethics Committee Meeting, Santa Cruz, CA "Old Problems and New Dilemmas in Medical Ethics," March 20, 2012 65

594.

Guys and St Thomas' Hospital, London,ENGLAND "Decision Making for Infants with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome," May 13, 2012.

595.

University College London Hospital, London, ENGLAND "Parental Disagreement on Surgery for an Infant with Devastating Neurological Injury," May 15, 2012.

596.

Cambridge University Hospital, Cambridge, ENGLAND "Contrasting Approaches in United States and United Kingdom on Parental Involvment in Decision Making," May 17, 2012.

597.

Richard A. McCormick Annual Lecture, St. Joseph University, Philadelphia, PA "Patient-Physician Conflict on End-of-Life Care in the NICU: an Unresolved Dilemma in Modern Medicine,” November 1, 2012.

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Other Professional Contributions: 1. American Academy of Christian Ethics, Richmond, Virginia Panelist, "Corporate Responsibility," January 16-19, 1973. 2.

Holy Cross College Law Career Day, Worcester, Massachusetts Panelist, "Public Defenders and Legal Services," March 1, 1973.

3. Institute for International Understanding, Rosemont College Reactor, "Multinationals and developing Countries," April 27, 1973. 4.

Society for Religion in Higher Education, Williams College Conducted workshops on "Social Policy and Political Access," "Toward an Economic Theory of Justice," and "Public Defenders, Congress, and the Judicial Process," August 13-30, 1973.

5.

Conference on Religious Investments, Worcester, Massachusetts "Social Responsibility and Investment Policy," September 3, 1973.

6.

Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts Panelist, "Watergate: A Tentative Assessment," October 29, 1973.

7.

Institutio Filosophia, Mexico City, MEXICO Lecture: "Niebuhr's typologies and Christian Activism," June 12, 1974.

8.

Steering Committee for Society for Religion and Higher Education. Monthly colloquium in Cambridge, 1974-1975.

9.

Trustee, WICN (Public Radio) 1974-1976.

10. Carlin House, Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts "Euthanasia," November 11, 1976. 11. Mulledy House, Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts "The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Holy Cross," November 20, 1976. 12. Holy Cross College- Week of Christian Renewal "Work: Lost in a Fog," March 23, 1977. 13. UMass Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts Conference to the House Staff on Non-Treatment of the Mentally Incompetent, December 19, 1978. 14. Campus Ministry Program, Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts Lecture: "Economic Justice: Moral and Social Dimensions," March 29, 1979. 15. Unitarian-Universalist Church, Worcester, Massachusetts "A Time to Die: The Importance of Conceding Losing Battles," - a joint talk with Gregory Eastwood, M.D., of UMass Medical School, December 2, 1979. 16. L.L.L. Club, Framingham, Massachusetts "A Legal/Ethical Analysis of Living Will Legislation," sponsored by Frederick Harrington, M.D., February 12, 1980. 17. Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts Lecture on Ethical Decision Making to CCD instructors, March 13, 1980. 67

18. Pioneer Valley Alumni Group, Springfield, Massachusetts "Dilemmas of Dying: A Legal/Ethical Analysis of the Fox and Spring Cases," March 15, 1980. 19. Knights of Columbus, Worcester, Massachusetts "Dilemmas of Dying," March 30, 1980. 20. St. Mary's Parish, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts "The Right to Refuse Medical Treatment: A Legal and Ethical Analysis of Patient rights," April 5, 1980. 21. Worcester County Alumni, Worcester, Massachusetts "The Right to Refuse Medical Treatment," April 8, 1980. 22. Conference on euthanasia, Medical House Staff, Palliative Care Unit, UMass Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts, December 18, 1980. 23. UMass Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts Conference on Termination of Treatment to Palliative Care Staff, January 29, 1981. 24. Panelist on "Rational Suicide," Weekday WNAC-TV, Boston, Massachusetts, February 20, 1981. 25. St. Boniface Church, Lunenberg, Massachusetts "Dilemmas of Dying," March 18, 1981. 26. Conference on Judeo-Christian Vision and Modern Business Corporation, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana Critique of Michael Novak's paper on "The Future of Democratic Capitalism," April 4, 1981. 27. UMass Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts Department of Surgery- Case Studies in Medical Ethics, April 23, 1981 28. Nursing, St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts "Psychological Issues in Loss and Grief," April 29, 1981. 29. Holy Cross Alumni Sodality, Worcester, Massachusetts "Care of the Dying Patient," May 17, 1981. 30. Religious Studies Department Colloquia, Holy Cross College "Issues in Medical Ethics," October 30, 1981. 31. UMass Medical Center, Worcester, Massachusetts Conference on Euthanasia to Staff and Palliative Care Unit, December 18, 1981. 32. Lutheran Pastors Study Seminar, Worcester, Massachusetts "Appropriate Care of Chronic Vegetative Patients," February 11, 1982. 33. Worcester County Ecumenical Ministry Meeting, Worcester, Massachusetts "Living Will Legislation," February 21, 1982. 34. Unitarian-Universalist Church of Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts "Living Will Legislation," February 21, 1982. 35. Unitarian Church of Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts "Issues on Death and Dying," March 14, 1982.

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36. People Are Talking-- TV program with Robert and Peggy Stinson, authors of The Long Dying of Baby Andrew, May 24, 1983.

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Reviews: 1. John J. Paris, review of Harold Berman's The Interaction of Law and Religion, America, June 20, 1974. 2. John J. Paris, review of Charles Black, Capital Punishment, America, March 8, 1975. 3. John J. Paris, review of Christopher Stone, Where the Law Ends: the Social Control of Corporate Behavior, America, October 22, 1975. 4. John J. Paris, review of Lino Graglia, Disaster by Decree: The Supreme Court Decisions on Race and the Schools, America, September 25, 1976. 5. John J. Paris, review of Grant Gilmore, The Ages of American Law, America, June 22, 1977. 6. John J. Paris, review of Donald L. Horowitz, The Courts and Social Policy, America, May 14, 1977. 7. John J. Paris, review of Paul Ramsey, Ethics at the Edges of Life, Linacre Quarterly, November, 1978. 8. John J. Paris, review of Ian Kennedy, Treat Me Right, Ethics, 1991. 9. John J. Paris, review of Robert Zussman, Intensive Care: Medical Ethics and the Medical Profession, 1992. 10. John J. Paris, review of John Keown, ed., Euthanasia Examined: Ethical, Clinical and Legal Perspectives, 1995, Ethics, July 1997. 11. John J. Paris, review of William F. May, Testing the Medical Covenant, 1996, America, July 1997. 12. John J. Paris, review of Eileen P. Flynn, Issues in Medical Ethics, 1997, America, July 1997. 13. John J. Paris, review of Robert H. Blank and Janna C. Merrick, End-of-Life Decision Making: A Cross-National Study, 2006, Theological Studies 67(3):711-712. 14. John J. Paris, review of Kenneth R. Overberg, Ethics and AIDS: Compassion and Justice in Global Crisis, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2006, The Tablet, April 21, 2007, 19. 15. John J. Paris, review of Ronald Hamel and James Walters, Artificial Nutrition and Hydration and the Permanently Unconscious Patients: The Catholic Debate, Georgetown University Press, 2007.

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