Interdisciplinary Team Teaching
The core curriculum is taught by interdisciplinary and interprofessional teams. The teaching faculty are from both clinical and humanities disciplines at the University of Rochester. The core curriculum is taught by healthcare providers in medicine, nursing, and other allied health fields from the Medical Center and the Division of Medical Humanities & Bioethics, and by scholars in humanities from departments of Arts, Sciences and Engineering and faculty from other healthcare and academic institutions in Rochester and the surrounding area.
Medical Humanities and Bioethics - Understanding intersectionality within health care; exploring the transitional spaces of our lives; mindfulness in medicine; touch, presence and intimacy in the clinical encounter; cross-cultural narratives; health justice.
Medical Humanities and Bioethics - History of medicine and science; literature and medicine; the role of humanities in medical education; understanding differences and diversity in healthcare.
Medical Humanities and Bioethics - Moral distress among nurses and other health care providers, pediatrics, impact of cultural and religious beliefs on treatment decisions, nursing and medical student ethics education
Medical Humanities and Bioethics - Ethical issues in transplantation; transplantation issues in movies; ethical issues at the end of life; history of research ethics; history of medicine; functions of hospital ethics committees.
Medical Humanities and Bioethics - Literature and medicine; biopolitics in historical and contemporary contexts; history of the life sciences; critical theory and medicine; nineteenth-century American culture.
Medical Humanities and Bioethics - Law and ethics in clinical decision-making, including the rights and interests of the patient, family, professions, state, and federal government; ethics of engagement; and legal and ethics education in the clinical professions.
Medical Humanities and Bioethics - Ethics of end of life decision making, narrative ethics, palliative care, surrogate decision making in end of life medical care
Carl T. D'Angio, MD
Professor, Pediatrics (Neonatology) and Medical Humanities & Bioethics
Marcia Buckley, NP, MSN
Chin-To Fong, MD
Professor, Pediatrics, Biochemistry & Biophysics, and Medical Humanities & Bioethics
John T. Hansen, PhD
Associate Dean for Admissions, School of Medicine & Dentistry
Christopher Hoolihan, MLS
Librarian, Miner Library, URMC
Nicholas Jospe, MD
Professor, Pediatrics (Endocrinology)
David C. Kaufman, MD
Professor, Surgery (Thoracic) and Medical Humanities & Bioethics
Kathy Lechner, RN
Darcey Mulligan, MLIS
Liaison Librarian, Institute for Innovative Education: Miner Library
Allen Orr, PhD
Professor, Department of Biology, University of Rochester
Dorinda Outram, PhD
Professor, Department of History, University of Rochester
James Perkins, MS, MFA, CMI
Associate Professor, Medical Illustration
Rochester Institute of Technology
Timothy E. Quill, MD
Georgia and Thomas Gosnell Distinguished Professor in Palliative Care
Professor, Medicine (Palliative Care) and Medical Humanities & Bioethics
Professional Story Teller
Retired Research Library, Miner Library, URMC
Jessica C. Shand, MD
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics (Hematology/Oncology)
Kelly Unsworth, MS, CCRC, CIP
Office of Human Subject Protection
Director, Creative Wellness Opportunities
Mental Health Association
Gina Zanolli, Instructor
Visual and Performing Arts
Monroe Community College
Photographic Preservation and Collections Management
University of Rochester and George Eastman Museum