Dawson S Schultz, PhD
|Title||Honorary Cowell Fellow/Lecturer|
|Affiliations||Rachel Carson College|
|Office||Cowell College, |
|Campus Mail Stop||Cowell Academic Services|
|1156 High Street|
Santa Cruz, CA
HEALTH CARE ETHICS/CLINICAL ETHICS
End-of-Life Issues/Palliative Care
Transplantation/Organ Donation (DCD)
Evidence-based Reasoning in Medicine
Ethical Issues in Autoimmune Illness
Ethical in Neurology and Neurosurgery
Ethics and Hermeneutics: How interpretation shapes appeal to moral rules
Narrative Case Formulation: How telling the story shapes moral judgment and choice
Narrative Truth vs. Historical Truth: Values as determinant of perception of facts
Phenomenological Ethics, Ethics & Hermeneutics
Formalism in Ethics/Non-formal Ethics of Values (Scheler
Biography, Education and Training
Ph.D. Vanderbilt University
M.A. University of Washington
B.A. Trinity University
POSTGRADUATE TRAINING & RESEARCH
Clinical Ethics Preceptorship, Vanderbilt Medical Center, Richard Zaner, Dir 1981-82
Visiting Scholar, Institute for Medical Humanities, UTMB at Galveston 1992
TEACHING, CONSULTATION, ADMINISTRATION
UC Santa Cruz, 2001-2004 & 2007-present
Gonzaga University 2004-2007
California State University, Fresno/Long Beach 1996-2001
Colorado State University 1993-1996
Institute for Medical Humanities, UTMB at Galveston 1992
Montreal Children's Hospital, Clinical Ethicist 1984-1992
McGill Faculty of Medicine (Pediatrics) 1986-1991
McGill Centre for Medicine, Ethics, Law, 1987-1991
McGill University (Religious Studies) 1987-1991
Vanderbilt - School of Medicine (Medicine) 1982-84
Vanderbilt, Director of College Relations-Graduate School 1980-1982
Honors, Awards and Grants
PhD Dissertation (Vanderbilt): “Freedom in Reason and Dread: Toward A Phenomenology of Morals”
Awarded “Honors” by Dissertation Committee: Richard M. Zaner, Charles Scott, John Compton, Edward Farley
Richard M. Zaner, Dissertation Director, Philosophy Department/School of Medicine
- Uncertainty, Tragedy, and Interpretation in Military Ethics: A Tale of Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing, book chapter in Military Medical Ethics for the 21st Century, ed. Michael L. Gross and Don Carrick, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Farnham, Sirreu, UK. (May, 2013)
- Charles Taylor, phronesis, and medicine: Ethics and interpretation in illness narrative, Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, August 2011 - Schultz, DS. & Lydia V. Flasher
- Let’s blame the physicians. . .again: physician legalism and countertransference, American Journal of BioethicsOctober 9:10 (2009), 31-33.
- Hurrah for empirical bioethics (where hermeneutically clarified) or how perception of facts depends on values, American Journal of Bioethics,June-July 9:6 (2009), 72-74.
- Stem cells and the metaphysics of choice: Rationale–or ruse–for genetic research?, American Journal of Boethics2:1(Winter 2002), w1-w2.
- Agich On the Genealogy of Rules Within Moral Experience, American Journal of Bioethics, American Journal of Bioethics,1:4 (Fall 2001), w1-w2.
- Engagement and suffering In responsible caregiving: On overcoming maleficence in health care, Theoretical Medicine17:3 (September 1996), 189-207.
- Issues In Medical Responsibility: Engaged Caregiving--A Hermeneutical Approach, Guest Editor, special thematic issue of Theoretical Medicine 17:3 (September 1996).
- The Counterside Conversation: Application as Narrative In Pharmacy Ethics, Book Chapter in Ethical Issues In Pharmacy, ed., Bruce Weinstein (Washington: Applied Therapeutics, 1996), 97-110.
- Veatch On Postmodern Medicine. Medical Humanities Review. 6:1 (Jan 1992), 64-68.
- Outerbridge EW, Schultz D, Schiffrin A, and Keyserlingk E: Guidelines for decision-making regarding the initiation, escalation or withdrawal of treatment in the newborn. Proceedings of Canadian Bioethics Society 3rd Annual meeting, Hamilton, Ontario, Program and Abstracts, November 1991, p. 76.
- Portrayal or Betrayal? An Appraisal of Mark Siegler's Medical Ethics: An Annotated Bibliography.” A book review essay of Medical Ethics: An Annotated Bibliography” by Mark Siegler and Peter Singer. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 140 (June 1989), 1467-1468
- Freedom in Reason and Dread: Toward a Phenomenology of Morals. Diss. Vanderbilt University, 1 983. Dissertation Abstracts International-A Vol. 44, Number 3, p. 776, Sept 1983 - 333 PHILOSOPHY
- Husserl’s Concept of Clarification. MA Thesis. University of Washington, May 1973
- # "Standard Approaches To Clinical Ethics Consultation," Bioethics Committee, Santa Clara County Medical Association, February 2013
- # "Pediatric Ethics and Practical Wisdom: Toward An Ethical and Engaged Care-Giving Model.” Symposium on Pediatric Palliative Care, American Psychiatric Association, 2011 Annual Meeting, Hawaii, May 2011.
- # "Ethical Significance of Illness Narrative: Toward A Hermeneutical Theory of Case Formulation: Gateway To Medical Ethics" at Questions in Contemporary Medicine and the Philosophy of Charles Taylor Symposium. Co-sponsored by University of Montreal/McGill University, October 2007.
Medical Ethics & Justice n Literature and Film
Cowell 156M Fall Quarter 2013
Dawson S. Schultz, Ph.D., Instructor
Steve Jackson, M.D., Anesthesiologist
Richard Powers, M.D., Neonatologist
Topics and Readings - Fall Quarter 2013
W eek I: Introduction To Stories of Illness.
Sachs, Oliver. Awakening.
Sachs, Oliver. “To See and Not To See (fAn Anthropologist On Mars).
“Awakenings”- Film with Robin Williams & Robert DiNero
W eek II: Stories of Illness-Continued.
Selzer, Richard. Imagine A Woman and Other Tales.
“At First Sight”-Film with Val Kilmer/Mira Sorvino (story by Oliver Sachs).
W eek III: Patient and Doctor in Clinical Narratives.
Zaner, Richard. Troubled Voices: Stories of Ethics & Illness.
Zaner, Richard. Conversations on the Edge
W eek IV: Ethical Analysis of the Illness Narrative.
Kleaver, Lonnie. Dax’s Case: Essays In Medical Ethics and Human Meaning
Film: “Please Let Me Die” & “Dax’s Case” (about “Galveston burn victim)
Week V: Interpreting the Illness Narrative.
Kleinman, Arthur. The Illness Narratives: Suffering, Healing, and the Human Condition.
Week VI: Constructing Patient's Illness Narrative: Patient’s View vs. Doctor’s View?
May, William F. The Patient’s Ordeal (How loss is suffered in affliction).
Frank, Arthur F. At the Will of the Body (A sociologist’s account of his bout with cancer.)
“The Doctor” (Film with William Hurt about when a doctor becomes the patient).
W eek VII: To Whom Do Illness Narratives Belong? Patient, Doctor, or Clinical Conversation?
Brody, Howard. “W ho Gets to Tell the Story: Narrative in Postmodern Bioethics”
Brody, Howard. Stories of Sickness (methodological considerations in narrative bioethics).
Week VIII: Medicine as Narrative: Relationship Between Science and Art in Medicine.
Hunter, Kathryn Montgomery. Doctor’s Stories: The Narrative Structure of Medical Knowledge
W eek IX: W hat Is Narrative Bioethics?
Nelson, Hilde Lindeman. Stories and Their Limits: Narrative Approaches To Bioethics.
Week X: Bioethical Principles Or Narratives?
Chambers, Todd. The Fiction of Bioethics: Cases as Literary Texts
Week XI: Medical Ethics: Applied Ethics or Interpretive Case Formulation?
Schultz, DS. & Lydia V. Flasher. “Charles Taylor, Phronesis, and Medicine: Ethics and Interpretation in Illness Narrative.” Journal of Medicine and Philosophy (special thematic issue on Charles Taylor and Contemporary Medicine). Vol.36, Issue #4 August 2011;
Schultz, DS. & Lydia V. Flasher “The Ethical Significance of Narrative: A Case Formulation Approach To Medical Ethics.” Invited Symposium Paper, “Charles Taylor and Contemporary Issues in Medicine,” sponsored by University of M ontreal & M cGill University, October 2008.
Courses TaughtUniversity Discourse: Images of Justice--Past and Present
Literature and Medicine
Medical Ethics & Justice in Literature & Film
Ethics and Society