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SUMMARY OF EXPECTED TESTIMONY OF ROBYN S.

SHAPIRO,

Robyn Shapiro is an attorney at law specializing in bioethics issues. She is a partner in the law firm of Drinker Biddle Gardner Carton and has held academic positions regarding the study of bioethics, membership on government committees regarding health law issues, membership on American Bar Association committees regarding bioethics, and has authored published articles regarding bioethical issues. She has been a board member of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities. Ms. Shapiro's educational background, work experiences, memberships, publications, and other experiences and credentials are described in her Curriculum Vitae, a copy of which is attached. The testimony and opinions of Ms. Shapiro will be based upon her educational background, work experiences, knowledge of the relevant medical literature, knowledge of bioethics issues, and review of the relevant records, documents, and depositions in this case. Her opinions will be expressed to a reasonable degree of certainty. Ms. Shapiro will testify about the professional field known as "bioethics." She will explain that bioethics specialists come from a variety of backgrounds, including philosophy, medicine, law, sociology, religion, and others. She will explain that no accreditation is required of those who hold themselves out as bioethics specialists. Ms. Shapiro will testify about the claims that have been asserted against the University of Minnesota IRB in this lawsuit. She will testify in opposition to any testimony or evidence suggesting that the University of Minnesota IRB was negligent with regard to the CAFE Study. Ms. Shapiro will testify that the University of Minnesota IRB acted reasonably and in conformity with the requirements of federal law when it reviewed, approved, monitored, and took actions regarding the CAFE Study at the University of Minnesota. Also, Ms. Shapiro will disagree with any testimony from plaintiff s experts, including but not limited to Paul R. Wolpe, Ph.D., suggesting that the University of Minnesota and/or the University of Minnesota IRB violated any bioethical standard of care or principles of bioethics. Ms. Shapiro will testify that the University of Minnesota IRB was properly constituted in accordance with the requirements of federal law, and the IRB used proper procedures for reviewing the application and supporting documents for requesting approval to use human subjects in the CAFE Study at the University of Minnesota. She will also testify that with regard to the CAFE Study the consent document approved by the University of Minnesota IRB complied with the mandates and requirements of federal law. Ms. Shapiro will testify that it is not usual or customary practice for an IRB to mandate that consent from a potential human research subject be obtained by someone other than that person's treating physician. She will testify that although there have been some writings suggesting this procedure as an available approach that can be used, federal law does not mandate such an approach when a principal investigator is a treating physician of a potential human research subject, and it is not customary practice for an IRB to mandate that someone other than the PI obtain informed consent in these circumstances.

Ms. Shapiro will testify that the processes used at thc University of Minnesota and. by the University of Minnesota IRB regarding potential conflicts of interest were reasonable, compliant with federal regulations, and compliant with the usual and customary standards of similar organizations. She will point out that all faculty members are required to make self-disclosures, and she will state that this is a reasonable and appropriate procedure. She will testify that the use of a "conflict management review committee" was a procedure that was over and above the customary and standard practices among IR& at that time. She will testify that the postapproval monitoring program utilized by the University of Minnesota IRB was as rigorous a process as used by other IRBs. Ms. Shapiro will testify that according to federal guidelines people arc presumed to be capable of providing informed consent. She will point out that in the CAFÉ Study at the University of Minnesota a competency evaluation procedure was used with regard to potential hUm,an research subjects, She will testify that this was a very reasonable and . appropriate procedure. Ms. Shapiro will point out• that the CAFE Study did not involve the use of any placebos, but instead involved, the use . of three Medications which were available for use in the private sector in the care and treatment of patients with psychosis. Ms. Shapiro win testify that the University of Minnesota. IRB had a reasonable and appropriate system in place for healthcare professionals involved in clinical research to report significant adverse events, Ms. Shapiro will testify about the Declaration of Helsinki. She wil,1 point out that the United States Government has never adopted the Declaration of Helsinki or incorporated the Declaration of Helsin,ki into the federal regulations applicable to research involving human subjects. She will testify that, as noted above, it is not customary for an IRB to mandate that consent from a potential. human research subject be obtained from some healthcare professional other than that person's treating physician. Ms. Shapiro will testify about the concept of therapeutie misconception. She will testify that the consent form used in the CAFE Study in November 2003 reasonably and adequately addressed issues relating to possible therapeutic misconception. She will also explain that issues relating to possible therapeutic misconception are less concerning in a situation like the CAFE Study since no placebo was used and the patient's dose of the study medication coul,d be adjusted in response to the patient's symptoms and needs_
Ms, • Shapiro reserves the right to amend and/or supplement her opinions as more information becomes available.

SUBSCRIBED and SWORN to before mc this _La day of November, 2007 Notary Publi

CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME: BUSINESS ADDRESS:

Robyn S. Shapiro, J.D. Center for the Study of Bioethics Medical College of Wisconsin 8701 Watertown Plank Road P.O. Box 26509 Milwaukee, WI 53226-0509 (414) 456-8498 (414) 456-6511 Drinker Biddle Gardner Carton 777 East Wisconsin Avenue Suite 2000 Milwaukee, WI 53202 (414) 221-6056 (414) 224-1025

BUSINESS PHONE: BUSINESS FAX:

EDUCATION:

Legal:

Harvard Law School; Cambridge, Massachusetts; 1974-77 Harvard Women's Law Association, Harvard Voluntary Defenders, Third-year thesis, supervised by Laurence Tribe: "Women and the Law: Employment, Credit, ChikiCare Deduction" Grade Average: B+/A-

College:

University of Michigan; Ann Arbor, Michigan; 1970-74 Graduated Summa Cum Laude with Highest Distinction Major: American Civilization Honors: Phi Beta Kappa James B. Angell Scholar Freshman Branstrom Prizewinner Grade Average: A

Preparatory:

Nicolet High School; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 1966-70 Graduated fourth in class of five hundred

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EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE: October, 1999 to present: July, 1985 to present: May, 2005 to present: Ursula Von der Ruhr Professor of Bioethics Medical College of Wisconsin Director, Center for the Study of Bioethics Medical College of Wisconsin Partner, Health Care Practice Group Gardner Carton & Douglas LLP Milwaukee, Wisconsin Part-time faculty, Marquette University College of Health Sciences Pai tner, Health Care Practice Group Michael Best & Friedrich LLP Milwaukee, Wisconsin Chair, Health Care Practice Group Michael Best & Friedrich LLP Milwaukee, Wisconsin Director, Medical Ethics Committee Network Professor of Bioethics Medical College of Wisconsin Associate Professor of Bioethics Medical College of Wisconsin Associate Attorney Quarles & Brady Milwaukee, Wisconsin Course Director of Clinical Ethics Sessions, Pediatrics Rotation Medical College of Wisconsin Course Director of Clinical Ethics Sessions, Internal Medicine Rotation Medical College of Wisconsin Elected Member, Curriculum and Evaluation Committee Medical College of Wisconsin Course Director, Medical Ethics Segment Profession of Medicine Course Medical College of Wisconsin Assistant Professor Depattment of Family Medicine Medical College of Wisconsin Assistant Professor Depat tinent of Neurology Medical College of Wisconsin 2

April 2006 to present: October, 1992 to 2005:

October, 2003 to 2005:

December, 1987 to present: June, 1997 to October, 1999: January, 1989 to June, 1997: November, 1987 to October, 1992:

February, 1990 to June, 1996: August, 1989 to June, 1995: May, 1992 to April, 1995: February, 1985 to June, 1994:

September, 1984 to January, 1989:

December, 1982 to January, 1989:

February, 1980 to November, 1987:

Partner Barr & Shapiro Milwaukee, Wisconsin Associate Director Center for the Study of Bioethics Medical College of Wisconsin Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law Marquette University Law School Milwaukee, Wisconsin Associate Attorney Foley & Lardner Washington, D.C. Law Clerk Foley & Lardner Milwaukee, Wisconsin Law Clerk Foley & Lardner Washington, D.C. Intern Consumer Federation of America Washington, D.C.

December, 1982 to July, 1985:

October, 1979 to September, 1983:

June, 1977 to August, 1979:

Summer, 1976:

Summer, 1975:

Summer, 1974:

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS, MEMBERSHIPS, LEADERSHIP POSITIONS AND HONORS
Professional Appointments

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Commission on Goals, 2006-present U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, National Institutes of Health Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee, 2005-present U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, National Institutes of Health Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee, Biosafety Working Group, 2007-present U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee, 2003-present U.S. Dept tinent of Health & Human Services, Secretary's Advisory Committee on Xenotransplantation, 2000-2005 State Bar of WI/State Medical Society Interprofessional Committee, 2001-present American Bar Association's Advisor to the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws Committee on Misuse of Genetic Information, 2002-present American Bar Association's Advisor to the National Conference of Commissioners onUniform State Laws Committee on Uniform Health Care Information Act, 1999-2004 American Society of Transplant Surgeons 3

Ethics Committee, 1999-Present National Advisory Committee to the Project on Legal Constraints on Effective Pain Relief; A Project ofthe American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics supported by the Kornfeld Foundation and the Mayday Fund; 1996-Present National Health Law Program Standards of Care Project Advisory Board, 2005-Present American Bar Association Coordinating Group on Bioethics and the Law, Member 1995-Present, Chair 1995-1998 Health Rights Committee, Chair, 1994-1998 Individual Rights and Responsibilities Section, Governing Council Member, 1998-Present Individual Rights and Responsibilities Section, Secretary, 2004-2005; Vice Chair 2005-2006; Chair-Elect 2006-Present Health Law Section, Clinical Ethics Interest Group, Vice Chair, 1999-2001 AIDS Coordinating Committee, 2003-Present Health Law Coordinating Group, 2004-Present SOC (Selection Officers Conference) Meritorious Service Award Selection Committee, 2007 American Bar Foundation Fellow, 2006-Present U.S. Depai tment of Health and Human Services Agency for Health Care Policy & Research, Consultant on Legal/Public Policy Aspects Regarding Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) and Pain Management, 1992-1994 Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation (Milwaukee Affiliate)— Grants Review Panel, 2002-2005 Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin Scientific Advisory Committee, 1997Present International Association of Bioethics, Hospital Ethics Committees Network Chair, 1990-Present American Hospital Association Ad Hoc Committee on AIDS, 1991 Technical Panel on Biomedical Ethics, 1990-1994 Choice in Dying, Legal Advisors Committee, 1992-1996 Milwaukee Academy ofMedicine Bioethics Committee, Chair, 1990-1997 Council Member, 1991-1997 Phi Beta Kappa, Wisconsin Chapter, Scholarship Committee Chair, 1990-1993 Milwaukee AIDS Coalition Steering Committee, 1988-1991 Health Decisions USA of the National Health Council, National Advisory Committee, 1988-1990 State Bar of Wisconsin, Health Law Section Chair, 1988 American Cancer Society Unproven Methods Committee, 1987-1990 Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services Baby Doe Advisory Group, 1986-1988 Wisconsin Health Policy Council Committee on Bioethics; appointed by Harold C. Ristow, Chairman; February, 1986 4

AIDS Coalition of the Milwaukee Health Depai tinent and Milwaukee County Medical Society, Executive Committee; Co-Chair of Legal/Civil Rights Committee, October, 1985-1991 Ad Hoc Organ Transplantation Technical Subcommittee of the State of Wisconsin Health Policy Council; appointed by Harold C. Ristow, Chairman; November, 1984
Honors

2007 — Named a "Wisconsin Super Lawyer" in November 2007 issue of Milwaukee Magazine, Wisconsin Super Lawyers Magazine and Superlawyers.com 2006 — Nightingale's 2006 list of "Outstanding Hospital Lawyers" 2006 — Named a "Wisconsin Super Lawyer" in November 2006 issue of Milwaukee Magazine, Wisconsin Super Lawyers and Superlawyers.com 2006 — Named a "Leader in the Law" by Wisconsin Law Journal (one of twelve honorees selected in Wisconsin) 2005 — Named a "Wisconsin Super Lawyer" in November 2005 issue ofMilwaukee Magazine, Wisconsin
Super Lawyers, and Super Lawyers. coin

2003 Templeton/American Scientific Affiliation Prizewinner for Presentation at Carthage College on Human Cloning and Genetic Research 2001 Distinguished Service Award Recipient, Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging 2001 Leadership Award Recipient, Jewish Home and Care Center, Milwaukee, WI Named one of the top three health care attorneys in the city byMilwaukee Magazine, 1999 1996 Quirk Award Recipient, American College of Physicians-Wisconsin Chapter and Wisconsin Society of Internal Medicine 1995 Outstanding Citizen, Pi Lambda Theta (International Honor and Professional Association m Education) First recipient of the Professional Dimensions Golden Compass Award, 1994 1987 ACLU, Wisconsin Chapter, Volunteer Attorney ofthe Year, for representation in "Milwaukee Baby Doe" case Included in:
Best Lawyers in America Best Lawyers; Health Care (Corporate Counsel, 9/02) International Who's Who Sterling's Who's Who Who's Who in America Who's Who in American Law Who's Who of American Women Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America Who's Who in the Midwest Who's Who in American Education Who's Who in the World The Best of the US., The Best Service Professionals in the US. — Lawyers 5

AV Peer Review Rated, Martindale-Hubbell
Organizations

American Bar Association Health Law Section, 1983-Present Individual Rights and Responsibilities Section, 1993-Present, American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics 1983-Present Association for Women Lawyers, 1984-Present International Association of Bioethics, 1990-Present Hospital Ethics Committees Network, Chair, 1990-Present Medical College of Wisconsin Genetics Initiative Planning Committee, 1997-Present AIDS Coordinating Committee, 1988-2002 "Cross-Cutting Themes" working group for CTSA grant, 2005-Present Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Bariatric Surgery Advisory Committee, 2004-Present American Health Lawyers Association, 1984-Present Phi Beta Kappa, Wisconsin Chapter, Chair, Scholarship Committee, 1990-1993 Professional Dimensions, Inc., 1989-2002 State Bar of Wisconsin, 1983-Present Health Law Section, 1983-1986 Health Law Section, Chair-Elect, 1987 Health Law Section, Chair, 1988 Individual Rights Section, 1987-1990

IV.

Boards of Directors/Advisory Boards

Manor Park Foundation, 2002-present ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis, Medical and Community Advisory Board, 1999-Present ALS Association, Southeast Wisconsin Chapter, 1988-1993 American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, 1994-2000 Association of Postdoctoral Programs in Clinical Neuropsychology, 1998-2003 Bayside Ethics Board, 1993-Present; Chair, 1994-Present Girls Scouts of America, 1995-1997 Jewish Home and Care Center, 1987-2005 Milwaukee Jewish Council, 1987-1990 6

Phi Beta Kappa, Wisconsin Chapter, 1990-1994 Tiffany Miller Trust Advisory Board, 1993-1995 Wisconsin Association for Biomedical Research and Education, 1992 Wisconsin Health Decisions, 1990-1992 Wisconsin Perinatal Association Foundation, 1997-1999 V. Editorial Boards
HIV/AIDS Policy & Law Review, 2005 - Present Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 1992-Present Human Rights, 1994-2006 Issues in Law and Medicine, 1991-1999 HEC Forum, 1990-1992

VI.

Reviewer
Grants: Journals:

Selected as an NIH reviewer for Bioethics Grant Funding, November, 1991 Selected as peer reviewer for the following journals:
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics Nutrition Western Medical Journal

VII.

Institutional Bioethics Committees American Medical Services, Inc., 1984-1986 Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, 1989-Present Community Memorial Hospital of Menomonee Falls, 1984Present Elmbrook Memorial Hospital, Brookfield, 1983-1986 Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, 1988-2000 Jewish Home and Care Center, 1986-Present; Chair, 1995-Present Milwaukee County Mental Health Division, 1992-Present Mount Carmel Health Care Center, Milwaukee, 1987-Present St. Luke's Medical Center, 1983-Present Aurora Sinai Medical Center, 1986-Present West Allis Memorial Hospital, 1992-1994

VIII.

Institutional Review Boards/DSMBs

Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, 1992-2005 Aurora Sinai Medical Center,1994-Present Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, 2000-2001 Glaxo/Wellcome Data and Safety Monitoring Board, 1995-2003 Smiths Medical PM, Inc., 2003-Present Medical College of Wisconsin DSMB, 2003-Present
PUBLICATIONS: Articles and Book Chapters

Shapiro RS (with Furberg et.al .) The FDA and Drug Safety. Archives of Internal Medicine 2006; 166: 1938-1942. Shapiro RS. Bioethics and the Stem Cell Research Debate. Social Education May/June 2006: 204-209. Shapiro RS. The Schiavo Case in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Lawyer June 2005. Shapiro RS. Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Kilney Transplantation, In Danovitch (ed.), Handbook of Kidney Transplantation (4th ed) (Lippincott William & Wilkins, 2005). Shapiro RS and Stein RE. Ethical and Legal Issues in AIDS Vaccine Trials Human Rights Fall 2004; :20-21. Shapiro RS, Mining the Human Body. Legal Times 5/17/04. Shapiro RS, Vakil N. Ethics in Gastroenterology: Case Discussions. American Journal of Gastroenterology 2004. Shapiro RS, Tym KA, Eastwood D, Derse A, Klein J. Managed Care, Doctors and Patients: Focusing on Relationships, Not Rights. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2003; 12:300-307. Shapiro RS, Legislative Research Bans on Human Cloning. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2003(12):393-400. Hanlon SF, Shapiro RS. Ethical Issues in Biomedical Research: Diaz v. Hillsborough County Hospital Authority.
Human Rights Spring 2003; 30(2): 16-18.

Shapiro RS. Legal Issues in Payment of Living Donors for Solid Organs. Current Opinion in Organ Transplantation 2002; 7:375-379, reprinted in Human Rights Spring 2003; 30(2): 19-21. Shapiro RS. The Disclosure of Medical Errors. Law and Bioethics Report 2002; 1(4):6-8. Shapiro RS (with Arnold R, et. al.). Financial Incentives for Cadaver Organ Donation: An Ethical Reappraisal, Transplantation 2002; 73(8); 1361-7. Shapiro RS. How 'confidential' is confidential? Case Commentary. In Kushner TK and Thomasma DC,Ward Ethics: Dilemmas for Medical Students and Doctors in Training (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001). Shapiro RS (ed). 2000 Health Decisions Manual (Madison:Wisconsin Hospital Association, 2000). Shapiro RS, Adams M. Ethical Issues Surrounding Adultto-Adult Living Donor Liver Transplantation. Liver Transplantation 2000; 6 (6 Suppl. 2):S77-80. 8

Shapiro RS, Tym KA, Gudmundson JL, Derse AR, Klein JP. Managed Care: Effects on the Physician-Patient Relationship. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2000; 9(1):71-81. Shapiro, RS (with ISLAT Working Group). Less is More: The Risks of Multiple Births. Fertility and Sterility (October 2000). Shapiro RS. In re Edna MF: Case Law Confusion in Surrogate Decision Making. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 1999;20(1):45-54. Shapiro RS. Who Owns Your Frozen Embryos? Human Rights Spring 1998; 25(2): 12-24. Shapiro RS (with ISLAT Working Group). ART into Science: Regulation of Fertility Techniques 281 Science 651 (1998). Shapiro RS. Informed Consent. In A Berger, MH Levy, RK Portenoy and DE Weissman,Principles and Practice
in Supportive Oncology (Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven Publishers, 1997).

Shapiro RS, Klein JP, and Tym KA. Wisconsin Hospitals Ethics Committees. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare
Ethics 1997;6(3):288-292.

Bioethics Committee, Milwaukee Academy of Medicine. Professionalism in Health Care Delivery. Wisconsin
Medical Journal January, 1997;96(1):28-31.

Shapiro RS. Health Care Providers' Liability Exposure for Inappropriate Pain Management. Journal of Law,
Medicine & Ethics 1996;24(4):360-364.

Nattinger AB, Hoffmann RG, Shapiro RS, Gottlieb MS, Goodwin JS. The Effect of Legislative Requirements on the Use of Breast-Conserving Surgery. New England Journal of Medicine 1996;335(14):1035-1040. Shapiro RS (ed). 1995 Health Decisions Manual. (Madison: Wisconsin Hospital Association, 1995). Nelson RM, Shapiro RS. The Role of an Ethics Committee in Resolving Conflict in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 1995;23(1):33-46. Nelson RM, Blank EL, and Shapiro RS. Commentary on "Living Related Liver Transplantation."Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1995;4(3):608-612. Shapiro RS, Annas G. Who Sees Your Medical Records? Human Rights Summer 1994:10-11, 36. Shapiro RS. Reforming America's Health Care System: The Importance of Values. CUPA Journal 1994;45:21-23. Shapiro RS. Legal Bases for the Control of Analgesic Drugs. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 1994;9:153-159. Shapiro RS. Liability Issues in the Managment of Pain. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 1994;9:146152. Shapiro RS, Derse AR, Gottlieb M, Schiedermayer DL, Olson M. Willingness to Perform Euthanasia: A Survey of Physician Attitudes. Archives of Internal Medicine 1994;154:575-584. Shapiro RS. End-Of-Life Decisions. Cope 1993;9(4):46. Shapiro RS. Unanswered Questions Surrounding the Patient SelfDetermination Act. Cambridge Quarterly of
Healthcare Ethics 1992;1(2):117-120.

Shapiro RS. Everything You Always Wanted to Ask a Lawyer About Ethics Comrnittees.Cambridge Quarterly of 9

Healthcare Ethics 1992 ;1(1):33 -39 .

Shapiro RS. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in the Hospital Setting. Trends Autumn 1991:15. Shapiro RS. Planning Ahead-Incapacity. Wisconsin Lawyer 1991;64(8):17-19. Shapiro, RS. "Medical Discrimination Against Children with Disabilities: A Report of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights," Issues in Law and Medicine 1990;6(3):285-296. Shapiro RS, Schiedermayer DL. Do Ethics Committees Prevent Malpractice Suits?Medical Ethics 1990;5(4):5,16. Shapiro RS. Ethical and Legal Issues in the Use of TPN. Nutrition 1990;6(5):397-401. Shapiro RS. The Case of L.W.: An Argument for a Permanent Vegetative State Statute. Ohio State Law Journal 1990;51(2):439-450. Gold JA, Jablonski DF, Christensen PJ, Shapiro RS, Schiedermayer DL. Is There a Right to Futile Treatment? The Case of a Dying Patient with AIDS. The Journal of Clinical Ethics 1990;1:19-23. Schiedermayer DL, Shapiro RS. The Artificial Heart as a Bridge to Transplant: Ethical and Legal Issues at the Bedside. The Journal of Heart Transplantation 1989;8(6):471-473. Shapiro RS, Simpson DE, Lawrence SL, Talsky AM, Sobocinski KA, Schiedermayer DL. A Survey of Sued and Nonsued Physicians and Suing Patients. Archives of Internal Medicine 1989;149:2190-2196. Byrd JC, Shapiro RS, Schiedermayer DL. Passive Smoking: A Review of Medical and Le 1 Issues. American
Journal of Public Health 1989;79(2):209-215.

Shapiro RS. Ethical Implications of the Use of the Living Will in Care of the Terminally Ill. In A. Gilmore and S. Gihnore, eds., A Safer Death (New York: Plenum Press, 1988). Shapiro RS. Critically Ill Infants, in K. Benesch, N. Abramson, et al., eds.,Medicolegal Aspects of Critical Care (Rockville: Aspen Publishers, 1986). Shapiro RS. Infant Care Review Committees: An Effective Approach to the Baby Doe Dilemma7The Hastings Law
Journal May 1986:827-862.

Shapiro RS, Tavill F, Rivkin G, Gruchow H. Living Will in Wisconsin Wisconsin Medical Journal 1986;85:17-23. Shapiro RS. Legal Aspects of Pediatric Intensive Care Units, in D. Vidyasager and A. Sarniak, eds.,Neonatal and
Pediatric Intensive Care (Littleton: PSG Publishing Co., Inc., 1985).

Shapiro RS. Regional Center for the Study of Bioethics. Milwaukee Lawyer 1984;8(2):9. Shapiro RS. An Answer to the Baby Doe Dilemma. Harvard Journal on Legislation 1983;20(1):137-152. Excerpted in Time, April 11, 1983, p. 69; reprinted in Bioethics Reporter 1983;1:1212-1227; reprinted in R. Munson, ed., Intervention and Reflection - Basic Issues in Medical Ethics, 4th Edition, 1992. Book Reviews Shapiro RS. Review ofLegal Medicine, American College of Legal Medicine, ed. Shapiro RS. Review of Health Care Ethics: Critical Issues, John F. Monagle, PhD, ed.: Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Journal 1994;2(6). Schiedermayer DL, Shapiro RS. Review ofDoctors Decisions: Ethical Conflicts in Medical Practice, by G.R. Dunstan and E.A. Shinebourne; New England Journal of Medicine 1991;324:66. 10

Shapiro RS. Review of Social Science Perspectives on Medical Ethics, by G. Weisz; New England Journal of Medicine 1991;324:67.

SELECTED BROADCAST MEDIA APPEARANCES AND INTERVIEWS July 14, 2006, Wisconsin Public Radio — Subject: Life Shares and Organ Donation. January 31, 2006, National Public Radio — "Talk of the Nation" — Subject: Healthcare providers' rights to refuse to provide care based on personal ethics. July 27, 2005, Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Embryonic Stem Cell Research March 18, 2005, Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Terry Schiavo Case. March 1, 2005, Channel 18 Interview, Subject: Wisconsin Pharmacist Who Refused to FillPrescription. March 1, 2005, Channel 6 Interview, Subject: Conscience Clauses. November 14, 2004: Channel 6 Interview, Subject: Embryonic Stem Cell Research. September 9, 2004: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Anti-Drug Vaccine. June 8, 2004: Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Stem Cell Research. April 19, 2004: Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Bioethics. October 3, 2003: Milwaukee Public Television, "Fixing Health Care" Panel. August 21, 2003: WWRS-TV Public Report Show, Subject: Health Infmmantion Privacy. May 12, 2003: Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Treatment Decisiomnaking for 2-Year-Old Michigan Boy with Brain Tumor. March 14, 2003: Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Genetics. March 5, 2003: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Organ Sharing Clubs. December 16, 2002: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Stem Cell Research. November 14, 2002: Wired News (San Francisco, CA), Subject: Ethical Issues Surrounding "Brain Mapping". October 31, 2002: KUOW (Seattle-National Public Radio Affiliate), Subject: Extending Life. August 28, 2002: Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Embryo Adoption. August 15, 2002: WSYR Radio (New York), Subject: Human Cloning and American Bar Association Position Statement. August 15, 2002: KTOK Radio (Oklahoma City, OK), Subject: Human Cloning and American Bar Resolution. August 13, 2002: MSNBC.com , Interview, Subject: Therapeutic Cloning. May 30, 2002: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Xenotransplantation. April 17, 2002: WUWIVI Radio, Subject: Today's Bioethical Issues: More Important Than Ever. 11

April 8, 2002: Channel 4 News Interview, Subject: Human Cloning. December 14, 2001: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Medication of Children with ADHD. November 26, 2001: Channel 6 Interview, Subject: Human Enbryo Cloning. November 25, 2001: Channel 12 Interview, Subject: Human Embryo Cloning. November 25, 2001: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Human Embryo Cloning. November 6, 2001: Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Living Liver Donation. November 5, 2001: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Frozen Embryos. August 7, 2001: Jason & Jarvis Show, Subject: Human Cloning. August 2, 2001: Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Human Cloning. July 29, 2001: WMYX Radio Interview with Mike Clemens, Subject: Stem Cell Research. July 20, 2001: Florida News Radio Interview with Randi Zimmerman, Subject: Genetics and Ethnicity. July 11, 2001: Health Scout News Services Interview with Adam Marcus, Subject: Stem Cell Research. June 28, 2001: Midwest Radio Interview with Tom King, Subject: Genetics. June 15, 2001: United Press International Interview, Subject: Stem Cell Research. June 13, 2001: Eli Research's Physician Practice Compliance Alert Interview with Emily Rocap, Subject: Medicare "VIP" Program. September 22, 2000: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Separation of Conjoined Twins. March 1, 2000: Wisconsin Public Television, Subject: Organ Transplantation. April 6, 1999: Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Egg Donation. October 24, 1998: Channel 58 Interview, Subject Guidelines for the Use of Intensive Care. March 13, 1997: Wisconsin Public Radio, "The Ben Marens Show," Subject: Physician-Assisted Suicide. February 25, 1997: Channel 6 Interview, Subject: First Ever Cloning of Adult Mammal Raises Ethical Questions February 25, 1997: Channel 12 Interview, Subject: First Ever Cloning of Adult Mammal Raises Ethical Questions. February 24, 1997: NBC News Radio, Washington DC, Interview, Subject: First Ever Cloning of Adult Mammal Raises Ethical Questions. May 1, 1996: WISN Radio Interview with Judy Steffes, Subject: New Legislation Requiring a 24Hour Waiting Period Before Abortions. March 22, 1996: WISN Radio Interview with Nick Bohr, Subject: Genetic Testing. September 29, 1995: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Treating Infertility. June 12, 1995: Wisconsin Public Radio Network, "Clark and Company," Subject: Ethical Issues in Organ 12

Transplantation. May 24, 1995: Wisconsin Public Radio, "The Kathleen Dunn Show," Subject: TheAMA's Support of Using Anencephalic Infants as Organ Donors. May 24, 1995: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: The AMA's Support of Using Anencephalic Infants as Organ Donors. February 3, 1995: Wisconsin Public Radio, "The Jan Weller Show," Subject: The acquittal of Dr. Messenger in the case involving the discontinuation of life-support for handicapped infant; with Mark Lubinsky, MD. January 13, 1995: Channel 6 Interview, Subject: Rep. Boyle's New Physician Aid in Dying Bill. October 26, 1994: NBC News Radio, Washington DC Interview, Subject: Cloning Embryos. April 7, 1994: WBAY-Green Bay, "Health Care Reform: Your Turn," Panel presentation with Rep. Tom Barrett, Rep. Tom Petri, Rep. Toby Roth, and Bernard Hammes, Ph.D. March 14, 1994: Wisconsin Public Radio, "The Kathleen Dunn Show," Subject: Euthanasia and the article by Shapiro RS, et al. "Willingness to Perform Euthanasia: A Survey of Physician Attitudes" published in theArchives

of Internal Medicine.
February 16, 1994: Channel 10, "Second Opinions" with John McCullough, Subject: Heahh Care Refoim. January 1, 1994: WTMJ Radio, Newsmakers Interview, Subject: Ethics in Research. December 6, 1993: Wisconsin Public Radio, "Conversations with Jan Weller," Subject: The 'Boyle Bill' October 27, 1993: Wisconsin Public Radio, "Kathleen Dunn Show," Subject: Bioethical Issues in Health Care Reform. October 5, 1993: Wisconsin Public Radio, "Conversations with Jan Weller," Subject: Clinton's Health Care Reform Proposal. May 4, 1993: Wisconsin Public Radio, "Conversations with Jan Weller," Subject: 10th Anniversary, Center for the Study of Bioethics, and Bioethical Issues Related to National Health Care Reform. February 19, 1993: Wisconsin Public Radio, "Conversations with Jan Weller," Subject: Jack Kevorkian and Physician Assisted Suicide. July 21, 1992: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Jack Kevorkian. April 8, 1992: Channel 10/36 with John McCullough, Subject: Health Care. April 3, 1992: Channel 12 Interview, Subject: In re L.W., Wis. Supreme Court. April 3, 1992: Channel 6 Interview, Subject: In re L.W., Wis. Supreme Court. November 24, 1991: Channel 12 Interview, Subject: Advance Directives. November 24, 1991: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Advance Directives. October 24, 1991: Channel 4 Interview, Subject: Active Euthanasia. October 24, 1991: Channel 12 Interview, Subject: Active Euthanasia. September 14, 1991: Channel 18, Interview, Subject: AIDS. September 4, 1991: Channel 12, Interview, Subject: In re L.W., Wis. Supreme Court. 13

August 26, 1991: Channel 10/36, Interview, Subject: Parental Rights; Ethical Dilemmas. August 24, 1991: Channel 10, Smith & Co. Interview, Subject: Can Parents Make Medical Decisions for Children? - Legal Implications. August 13, 1991: National Association of Broadcasters and the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, Panel, Subject: Implications of the HIV Epidemic in Milwaukee. May 21, 1991: Wisconsin Public Television, Live Panel, Subject: Living Wills: The Choices We Make. April 22, 1991: Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Advances in Transplant Surgery and Need for Organ Donors. August 18, 1989: WTMJ Radio, Joe Smith, Subject: Legal and Ethical Aspects of In-Vitro Fertilization. April 5, 1989: WTMJ Radio, Kathleen Dunn, Subject: Legal Ramifications of Euthanasia. March 14, 1988: Channel 6, Joanne Williams, Subject: Wisconsin Ethics Committee Network.

December 29, 1987: CNN, LARRY KING LIVE, Subject: Organ Transplantation Costs and Resource Allocations.
December 27, 1987: Channel 4, "Human Rights", Subject: Human Rights and Surrogate Motherhood.

December 15, 1987: ABC, GOOD MORNING AMERICA, Subject: Anencephalic Infants and Organ Donation.
August 20, 1987: WISN Radio, Subject: Bioethics Center, Medical College of Wisconsin. June 22, 1987: Channel 4, Ten O'Clock News, Subject: OB/GYN Malpractice. April 3, 1987: Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Baby M and Surrogate Motherhood. March 31, 1987: Channel 4, Ten O'Clock News, Subject: Baby M and Surrogate Motherhood. March 15, 1987: Channel 12, Five O'Clock News, Subject: Operating on HIV-Positive Patients. January 8, 1987: WORT Radio, Madison, WI, Live Interview: Baby 'M' and Surrogate Motherhood. November 17, 1986: Channel 4, Five O'Clock News, Subject: Termination of Treatment. November 17, 1986: Channel 4, Live at Five with John McCullough, Subject: Termination of Treatment. September 3, 1986: "To Good Health" (Cable TV), Subject: Non-Smokers' Rights. June 9, 1986: Channel 6, Five O'Clock News with Joanne Williams, Subject: U.S. Supreme Court 'Baby Doe' Decision. June 9, 1986: Channel 4, Live at Five with John McCullough, Subject: U.S. Supreme Court 'Baby Doe' Decision. May 15, 1986: Channel 12, News at Noon with Cynthia Collier, Subject: Bioethical Dilemmas-- Politics, Press and Medicine. April 2, 1986: Channel 12, News at Noon with Cynthia Collier, Subject: Malpractice Crisis. March 3, 1986: Channel 6, Five O'Clock News with Joanne Williams, Subject: Mercy Killing. January 3, 1986: Wisconsin Public Radio, Subject: Termination of Treatment. 14

May 24, 1985: Channel 6, "Milwaukee Monitor," Subject: Artificial Nutritional Support for the Terminally Ill. April 14, 1985: Channel 12, "At Large," with Dave Begel, Subject: Organ Transplantation. March 7, 1985: Channel 12, Ten O'Clock News, Subject: Artificial Heart Transplant in Phoenix. February 18, 1985: WOKY Radio, Milwaukee, Subject: Bioethics. February 10, 1985: WTMJ Radio, Kathleen Dunn, Subject: New Reproductive Technology. January 22, 1985: Channel 4, Five O'Clock Evening News, Subject Twelfth Anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, The Supreme Court Ruling That Legalized Abortion. January 19, 1985: Channel 4, "Human Rights," Subject: Human Rights and the Right to Die-- appearing with State Rep. W. Kunicki and Dr. Charles Junkerman. December 1, 1984: Channel 6, News at Large, Subject: Organ Transplantation. October 29, 1984: Channel 4, Five O'Clock Evening News, Subject: Baby Doe. Septmebr 28, 1984: WGWU Radio, "Newsmakers," Subject: The Living Will. August 11, 1984: Channel 4, Five OClock Evening News, Subject: Baby Doe Regulations. June 8, 1984: WUWM Radio, "Milwaukee Issues," Subject: Bioethics. June 8, 1984: Cable TV, "Information, Please," Subject: Medicine, Ethics and Law - The Role of the Bioethics Center. May 31, 1984: Channels 10/36, "At Issue," Subject: Terminal Illness - Legal and Ethical Complexities. April 23, 1984: Channel 4, "Emphasis," Subject: The Living Will and Recent Wisconsin Legislation. March 31, 1984: Channel 4, Five O'Clock Evening News, Subject: Deal with Dignity and Wisconsin Law. March 31, 1984: Channel 4, "Emphasis," Subject: Gov. Richard Lamm (of Colorado) and the Duty to Die. February 7, 1984: Channel 12, Six O'Clock Evening News with Jerry Taff and Eleanor Hayes, Subject: Euthanasia. February 6, 1984: Channel 4, Five O'Clock Evening News, Subject: The Milwaukee RN Who Disconnected Life Support. November 13, 1983: Channel 12, "At Large," with Dave Begel, Subject: Baby Doe.

SELECTED NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE INTERVIEWS
in BNA Health Law Reporter: February 8, 2007: "Hospitals Walk Line to Provide Care, Given Increasingly Broad Conscience Laws," Lead Report by Susan Carhart. in National Law Journal: February 7, 2005: "Fighting Refusal to Treat".
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in USA Today: August 12, 2002: "US Lawyers' Group to Vote on Cloning" (Associated Press). in The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: August 28, 2003: Regarding fmancial compensation for living organ donors. December 22, 2002: Regarding genetic testing. August 10, 2001: Regarding President Bush's decision on federal funding for stem cell research, "Bush Stance Brings Criticism From Both Sides" by Annysa Johnson and Meg Jones. December 23, 1998: "Octuplets Stretch Boundaries of Survival, Ethics" by Marilyn Marchione. November 2, 1997: "For Edna, A Life and Death Prolonged" by Mary Zahn. July 3, 1997: "Let Debate Over Assisted Suicide Flourish" by Editorial Board. May 24, 1995: page 1," Transplants from Dying Babies" by Marilynn Marchione. in The Milwaukee Journal: April 2, 1992: METRO Page Section: "L.W." - The Supreme Court decision to grant guardians the authority to end life-sustaining care for patients in a persistent vegetative state. October 20, 1988: page 10C, Sports Section, "Experts Rip Drug Test by MU, Packers" by Neil Rosenberg. July 25, 1988: page 1: "Happy Birthday, In Vitro" by Stephen K. Epstein. January 4, 1988: METRO Page Section: "Ethics Expert Learns from Experience" by Joanne Weintraub. November 1, 1987: WISCONSIN MAGAZINE of The Milwaukee Journal, pages 6-21: "Probing the Spina Bifida Case" by Lois Blinkhorn. July 13, 1987: page 10: "With No Abortion, Whose Rights Prevail?" by Linda Wilkerson. April 21, 1984: page 7, part 1: "Yes, Doc, Reforms Can Cure." May 18, 1984: page 1, part 2: "A Question of Ethics at a Time of Pain" by Meg Kissinger. November 3, 1983: part 1: "Facing Up to Hospital Ethics." October 26, 1983: page 1, part 1: "State Gets Moving on Bioethics." October 3, 1983: page 2, part 2: "College Stresses Values." February 28, 1983: page 1, part 1: "Motherhood for Hire: An Ethical Snarl." February 24, 1983: page 7, part 2: "Where Should Babies Come From?" by Lois Blinkhorn. February 7, 1983: page 10, part 1: "Let Solomon Try This One." November 30, 1982: page 14, part 1: "Who Will be Kept Alive?" 16

November 5, 1982: page 1, part 2: "Life-Death Panels Urged for Patients" by Neil Rosenberg. in The Milwaukee Sentinel: April 1, 1994, page 8A: "Pain Care, Legal Action Linked" by Joe Manning. March 14, 1994, page 1A: "30% Say They Would Perform Euthanasia" by Joe Manning. January 13, 1988, "Using Fetal Tissue to Treat Diseases Raising Questions" by Joe Manning. April 1, 1987, "Baby M and Surrogate Motherhood" by Jerry Resler. April 25, 1984, page 6, part 1: "Answering Tough Medical Questions" by Jerry Resler. January 8, 1984, page 8, part 1: "Who 'Pulls the Plug' on Life?" by Joe Manning. in Waukesha Freeman: November 14, 2002: "Ethics and Cloning". in Wisconsin State Journal: March 14, 1994, page 1A: "State Doctors Ponder Euthanasia" by William R. Wineke. in Saint Paul Pioneer Press: March 14, 1994, page 2D: "A Fourth of State's Physicians Would Perform Legal Euthanasia, Study Says" by James Carlson of Associated Press. in Milwaukee Magazine. September 2001, page 24: "When We Were Bad" by Shelly Jarenski and Elizabeth A. Puibello. October 1999, page 32: "Best Lawyers in Milwaukee". May 1986, page 48: "The Next Generation: Milwaukee's Under-40 Vanguard" by Judith Woodburn. in The Business Journal: October 8, 2004, page 43: "Gearing up the Scientist Search: Endowments Help Medical College Recruit Top Researchers" by Julie Sneider. January 14, 2000, page 3: "Moral Support" by Julie Sneider. November 26, 1999, page 28: "Doctors Think Managed Care is Bad Medicine, Survey Shpws" by Julie Sneider. December 4, 1998: "Kevorkian's '60 Minutes' of Fame Ignites Ethics Debates" by Julie Sneider. July 17, 1998: "Questions of Medical Ethics Spur Growth for Milwaukee Network" by Julie Sneider. April 27, 1996, page 3: "HMOs, Legislator Spar Over Proposed Patients' Rights" by Julie Sneider. 17

November 4, 1995, page 4: "Who'll Have the Last Word When It Comes to Patient Care?" by Julie Sneider. December 3, 1994, page 4: "Reviving Physician-Assisted Suicide" by Julie Sneider. October 15, 1990, Cover and pages 12-13: "Who Decides? The Role of Hospital Ethics Committees" by Julie Sneider. July 18, 1988, page 14-15: "Insurers Weigh Medical Advances in Determining New Coverage" by Pat Foran. November 9, 1986, page 8: "Health Professionals Urge State Legislators to Address Bioethics Issues." in American Bar Association's Barrister: Summer, 1989, page 9-10: "Lawyer for a New World," Robyn S. Shapiro. in Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle: May 19, 1995, page 10: "Do Your Loved Ones Know If Yoiid Choose a Feeding Tube?" by Nadine Bonner. in Wisconsin Medical Journal: April 1998, "Ethics of Genetic Testing" by Marc Kennedy. in Wisconsin Woman: August, 1990, pages 8-9, 32: "Robyn Shapiro on Ethics: When Knowledge Outpaces Understanding" by Kathleen Winkler in Physician's Weekly: December 18, 2000, "Bioethics is Booming" by Gail Scott. in Northshore Life Style: March, 2002, "Issues of Life and Death" by Judith Steininger. in Medical Research Law & Policy (Bureau of National Affairs) August 21, 2002, "ABA Opposes Ban on Human Cloning for Medical Research Purposes". In News Graphic: April 30, 2004: "Pharmacist Refuses to Fill Prescription".

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SELECTED INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND LECTURES 2007

August 7: "Ethical and Legal Issues" - Neuroscience Institute Annual Symposium, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI June 15: "Emergency Exception in Consent for Research"— Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI June 1: "Bioethics for Health Care Professionals" — Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI May 3: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Medical Treatment and Lif&Style Decisionmaking in Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Adult Day Care Settings"— 2007 Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging Spring Conference, Wisconsin Dells, WI April 13: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Embryonic Stem Cell Research"— Milwaukee Dental Forum, Milwaukee, WI February 27: "Bioethics: Conflicts of Interest and Professionalism"— Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI February 9: "Ethical Issues in Xenotransplantation, Stem Cell and Cloning Research"— Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN February 8: "Case Studies in Transplant Ethics"— Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
2006

December 12: "Bioethics — End Stage Renal Disease" — Nephrology Department, Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Milwaukee, WI November 18: "High Profile Legal Cases and Their Effect on IRBs"— Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research (PRIM&R) 2006 Annual HRPP Conference, Washington, D.C. November 16: "When and How to Seek an Emergency Exception to Informed Consent"— Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research (PRIM&R) 2006 Annual HRPP Conference, Washington, D.C. November 14: "The Trials and Tribulations of Clinical Trials: Risks and Opportunities" — Marsh & McLennan Healthcare Seminar, Chicago, IL November 6: "Medical College of Wisconsin Family Practice Residents: Transition to Practice"— Curative Rehabilitation Center, Milwaukee, WI October 26: "Legal and Ethical Issues in Genetics"— Georgetown University Law School, Washington, D.C. October 25: "Stem Cell Research: Understanding the Debate: -- Grantmakers in Aging 2006 Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI September 29: "Informed Consent Issues and Research" — Keynote presentation at Aurora Research Ethics Day, Milwaukee, WI September 26: "Ethical Issues Surrounding Breast Cancer Treatment"— Medical College of Wisconsin, 2006 Edward J. Lennon M.D. Memorial Bioethics Symposium, Milwaukee,WI

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September 22: "Ethics in the Courts" — Keynote Presentation, Ministry Health Care Biannual Ethics Conference, Weston, WI September 8: "Medical Futility: Ethical and Legal Aspects"— teleconference presentation for Wheaton Franciscan System August 19: "Brain Dissection and Neuroscience: Applications to Disorders of Language and Speech Functions"— Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI August 8: "Bioethics" — Presentation for Jewish Chaplaincy Program and Area Directors ofPastoral Care, Milwaukee, WI June 1: "Clinical and Translational Research: Opportunities for Dynamic Collaboration— Bioethics" — Medical College of Wisconsin Annual Research Conference, Milwaukee, WI April 14: "Healthcare Power of Attorney/Living Will Update"— Community Memorial Hospital Medical Education Program, Menomonee Falls, WI March 6: "Managing Your Risk: What You Need to Know About Stark, AntiKickback and Fraud and Abuse Issues" — cTel 5 th Annual Telehealth Leadership Conference, Washington, D.C. February 19: "Legal and Ethical Challenges in the GI Lab"— Diagnostic and Therapeutic ERCP — A Symposium for Nurses and Associates, presented by Aurora Health Care and GI Consultants Ltd., Los Vegas, NV 2005 December 5: "Ethical Issues in Research with Decisionally Impaired Persons" — Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research (PRIM&R) 2005 Annual HIRPP Conference, Boston, MA December 4: "Ethical Issues in Cloning and Other Genetic Research: What is the Spectrum of Risk?"— Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) 2005 Annual HRPP Conference, Boston, MA December 2: "End of Life Decision Making Post-Schiavo" — Bioethics for Lawyers Conference, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI November 29: "Ethical and Legal Issues When You Cannot Consent to Research" — Medical College of Wisconsin Human Research Professionals Seminar, Milwaukee, WI November 8: "Ethics in Clinical Care" — Medical College of Wisconsin Family Medicine Transition to Practice Seminar, Milwaukee, WI November 8: "Debate: Embryonic Stem Cell Research"— Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI October 12: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Stem Cell Research"— Professional Dimensions Symposium, Milwaukee, WI October 7: "Law and Ethics in Patient Care" — Keynote Presentation, 2 hd Annual Dr. Franklin Silve man Memorial Lecture, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI October 1: "Legal and Ethical Challenges in the G.I. Lab"— 2005 Diagnostic and Therapeutic ERCP Symposium, Chicago, IL September 29: "End of Life Decisionmaking Post Schiavo" — 2005 Fall Conference, Wisconsin Association of Homes & Services for the Aging, Green Bay, WI

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September 15: "When You Cannot Consent to Research: Legal and Ethical Issues"— Keynote Presentation, Aurora Research Ethics Day, Milwaukee, WI August 13: "Medical Practice and Ethical Issues" — Brain Dissection and Neuroscience: Applications to Disorders of Language and Speech Functions, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI August 6: "Making the Perfect Baby: The Promise andPeril of 'Designer Babies" — ABA Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL August 3: "Ethical and Legal Concerns in Pain Medicine"— 3' Annual Comprehensive Pain Board Review Symposium, sponsored by UW Medical School, Madison, WI June 9: The Schiavo Case: What Would Happen in Wisconsin? — Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI May 21: "Ethical and Legal Issues of Spinal Cord Injury Research"— University of Michigan 2005 SCI Consumer Conference, Ann Arbor, MI April 15: "Ethical and Legal Issues at the End of Life" — End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium Program, Madison, WI
2004

November 6: "Legal Issues in Managing People with Neuropsychiatric Problems"— Second Midwest Clinical Neuroscience Symposium, Milwaukee, WI October 28: "Unbearable Burden of Forced Treatment: How Courts are Putting Neonatologists and Parents at Legal Risk" — American Society for Bioethics and Humanities 6ili Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA October 25: "Legal Aspects of End of Life Care"— United Hospital System-Kenosha Medical Center Campus — Ethics Week, Kenosha, WI October 14: "Ethical Challenges in the GI Lab" — ERCP Diagnostic and Therapeutic Symposium for Physicians, Nurses and Associates, Brookfield, WI June 23: "Can Patient Safety Initiatives Succeed Without Tort Reform?" — The Digital Healthcare Conference, Madison, WI June 3: "Ethical Issues Surrounding Transplantation"— Grand Rounds, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI May 14: "Medical Ethics and Intraoperative Monitoring"— Presidential Lecture, 15 th Annual Meeting of American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring, San Antonio, TX May 7: "Negotiating 'Impossible' Visitor and Family/Resident Council Situations"— 2004 Spring Conference, Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging,Pewaukee, WI May 6: "Ethical, Financial and Legal Implications of Balancing Admissions in Long Term Care"— 2004 Spring Conference, Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, Pewaukee, WI April 26: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Treatment Decisionmaking in Long Term Care"— WI Health Care Association 42' Annual Spring Conference, Middleton, WI April 1: "Advance Directives" — Wisconsin Bar Association Seminar, Milwaukee, WI February 19: "Prenatal Genetic Testing" — Blood Center of Southeastern, Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI February 17: "Bioethics" — Rotary Club, Ehn Grove, WI 21

February 16: "Informed Consent"— 2004 Tandem Bone Marrow Transplant Symposium (sponsored by The National Marrow Donor Program and the Blood and Marrow Transplant Clinical Trial Network), Orlando, FL January 22: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Long Tenn Care"— Sunrise Nursing Home, Milwaukee, WI
2003

October 1: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Stem Cell Research"— Medical College of Wisconsin MiniMedical School, Milwaukee, WI October 1: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Behavioral Health"— Covenant Healthcare, Milwaukee, WI August 28: "End of Life Decisions" — Clement Manor, Milwaukee, WI August 19: "Health Care Ethics: The History, Status and Future" — Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants Health Care Financial Conference 2003, Madison, WI August 7: "Applications of Neuroscience to Communicative Disorders: Ethics Issues"— Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI June 22: "Informed Consent in Research: Vulnerable Populations" — Aurora Health Care, Milwaukee, WI May 23: "Ethics in Health Care" — Aurora Health Care/American College of Physician Executives Conference, Milwaukee, WI April 17: "Promise, Policy or Prohibition: The Legislative Debate Over Human Cloning and Genetic Research"— Carthage College, Kenosha, WI March 14: "Ethical, Legal and Social Implication of Genomic Discovery"— Clinical Applications of Genomic Discovery Symposium, Milwaukee, WI January 29: "Caregiver Misconduct: Reports, Investigations and Documentation"— Mt. Cannel Health Care Center, Milwaukee, WI January 23: "HIPAA and Research" — Society of Research Administrators International— Satellite Teleconference, Washington, D.C. January 15: "Bioethics" — Friends of the Medical College of Wisconsin Winter General Meeting, Milwaukee, WI
2002

December 3: "Prepared People? Cloning, Genomes, Genetic Engineering and Beyond"— Mt. Mary College, Milwaukee, WI November 18: "Xenotransplantation"— Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research Annual Conference, San Diego, CA November 13: "Medical Ethics and Law"— Hillel, Madison, WI November 12: "Ethics and Managed Care"— MCW Family Practice Residency Program, Milwaukee, WI November 6: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Biotechnology"— Chicago-Kent Law School, Chicago, IL October 29: "Disclosure of Unanticipated Outcomes"— Hartford Medical Center, Hartford, WI

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October 8: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Adultto-Adult Living Liver Donation" — Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI September 28: "Ethical and Legal Issues at the End of Life"— Geriatric Board Review Course, Delavan, WI September 19: "Stem Cell Research: Ethical and Legal Issues"— Wisconsin Presidents Organization, Milwaukee, WI September 19: "Ethical Issues Surrounding Honnone Replacement Therapy Research"— University Club, Milwaukee, WI August 15: "Ethics Discussion— Clinical Case Conference" — Watertown Memorial Hospital, Watertown, WI June 21: "Ethical and Legal Aspects of Stem Cell Research"— Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI June 20: "Ethical Issues Surrounding Speech Therapy"— Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI May 31: "Pain, Ethics and the Law"— 2002 Midwest Pain Interest Group Meeting, Milwaukee, WI May 21: "2002 Health Law Update"— Satellite Teleconference from Washington, D.C. sponsored by American Bar Association and American College of Healthcare Executives April 17: "Bioethics" — Milwaukee Forum presentation, Milwaukee, WI April 12: "Stem Cell Research" — Dr. Paul and Ann Guten Memorial Health and Ethics Lecture, Milwaukee, WI April 12: "Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment in Pediatrics: Wisconsin Law and the Best Interest Standard" — Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI April 9: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Stem Cell Research"— Keynote presentation, Annual Sigma X's Initiation Banquet, Milwaukee, WI March 20: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Organ Transplantation"— Women's Court & Civic Conference of the Greater Milwaukee Area, Milwaukee, WI March 14: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Health Care Delivery"— National Lewis University, Milwaukee, WI March 7: "Human Subjects in Medical Research"— University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI March 3: "It's In the Genes"— Esther Shapiro Cohen Education Seminar, Milwaukee, WI February 28: "Legal and Ethical Issues Surrounding Stem Cell Research"— Wisconsin Supreme Court Conference on Where Law and Science Interface, Madison, WI February 24: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Bone Marrow, Cord Blood and Stem Cell Transplantation"— Tandem BMT Meetings, Orlando, FL February 7: "Ethics in Research"— Blood Research Institutes, Milwaukee, WI
2001

December 4: "Ethical Issues Surrounding Bioterrorism"— Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI November 27: "The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996"— Network of Clinical Research Professionals — Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Milwaukee, WI 23

November 19: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Stem Cell Research"— Milwaukee Jewish Federation Benjamin Cardozo and Maimonides Society Lecture, Milwaukee, WI November 16: "End of Life Issues"— Meriter Hospital, Madison, WI November 13: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Managed Care"— Medical College of Wisconsin Family Practice Residency Program, Milwaukee, WI November 2: "Stem Cell Research" — Wisconsin Donors Forum, Milwaukee, WI October 27: "Sheldon Berrol Memorial Chautauqua Lecture: The Legal and Ethical Implications of Clinical Trials for SCI and TBI" — American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Meeting, Tuscon, AZ October 27: "Ethics Case Study" — Oscar Salvatierra Transplant Fellows Symposium, Scottsdale, AZ October 22: "Stem Cell Research — Ethical and Legal Issues" — Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI October 16: "Ethical and Legal Issues at the End of Life"— Hospice Care, Inc., Madison, WI October 15: "Ethics and Law at the End of Life"— Kenosha Memorial Hospital, Kenosha, WI October 5: "Ethics and the Law Surrounding Xenotransplantation"— Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee, WI September 12: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Stem Cell Research"— Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI September 11: "Law and Ethics Surrounding Mental Health Issues"— Southeastern Wisconsin Medical & Social Services, Inc., Milwaukee, WI August 28: "Ethics and Discharge Planning"— St. Joseph Hospital, Milwaukee, WI July 26: "Risk Management in Long Term Care Legal and Ethical Trends" — American Society of Healthcare Risk Management (national audio conference). July 18: "Medical Ethics" — Wisconsin Rural Leadership Program, Beaver Dam, WI. June 19: "Case Studies" — Marquette University, College of Health Sciences, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, Milwaukee, WI. June 18: "Legal Jeopardy: Bioethics and Legal Issues in HIV Treatment"— Mid-South Association of Nurses in AIDS Care/AIDS Education and Training Center and National Minority AIDS Educatbn and Training Center Conference, Adam's Mark Memphis, Memphis, TN. June 9: Invited Speaker, Wisconsin Leadership Seminar, Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Program, Milwaukee, WI. June 7: Testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives, Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Crime, Hearing on Human Cloning, Washington, DC. May 25: "Peer Review Confidentiality"— Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI. May 10: "Dealing with the End of Life: Ethical, Emotional and Financial Issues for the Advisor andClient Alike" — Panel presentation, 2001 Financial Planning Symposium, Financial Planning Association and Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Country Inn Hotel and Conference Center, Waukesha, WI. April 5-7: "The Life Science Revolution and the Law" — Faculty, National Online Seminar presented by Law.com . March 24: "Genetics" — Midwest Anesthesiology Residents' Conference, Milwaukee, WI. 24

March 9: "Ethical Consideration of Donor Pool Expansion"— Controversies in Transplantation, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center, Breckenridge, CO. February 6: "Pain Management"— American Health Lawyers Association, Long Term Care and the Law Conference, Las Vegas, NV. February 2: "Stem Cell Research" — Wisconsin State Medical Society, Madison, WI.
2000 December 4/5: "Proposed Guidelines for Adult-to-Adult Living Donor Liver Transplantation: Is the Horse Still in the Barn?" — NIH Living Donor Liver Transplantation Workshop, Bethesda, MD.

November 16: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Pain Management"— Baystate Medical System, Springfield, MA. November 14: "Ethics and Managed Care"— Transition to Residency Program, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. September 26: "Informed Consent and End of Life Decision Making in Assisted Living"— Wisconsin Health Care Association, Annual Conference, Green Bay, WI. June 17: "Bioethics at the End of Life" — Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Seminar, Carroll College, Waulsha, WI. June 16: "The Role of the Judiciary in End of Life Care Decisions"— 2000 Specialty Seminar for Judges on Elder Law, Crowne Plaza, Madison, WI. May 10: "Medical Futility" — Ministry Health Care Ethics Conference, St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, WI. May 5: "End of Life Decision Making"— Spring Conference, Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, Madison, WI. May 4: "The Future of Healthcare— What is Over the Horizon?" — Panel presentation, All Saints Healthcare System Educational Symposium, Racine, WI. April 14: "Ethics Committees and the Law"— Midwest Ethics Committee Network Conference, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. April 7: "Genetics and Evidence Issues" — Wisconsin Judicial Education Seminar, County Inn, Pewaukee, WI. March 24: "End of Life Decision Making"— Wisconsin State Bar, Elder Law Section, Guardianship Symposium, Madison, WI. March 18: "Ethics in Living Donor for Liver Transplantation"— Controversies in Transplantation, University of Colorado School of Medicine Program, Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center, Breckenridge, CO. February 3: "Who's Minding the Store? Patient Confidentiality and Privacy Issues in Healthcare"— American Bar Association, Emerging Issues in Healthcare 2000, San Diego, CA. January 27: "End of Life Treatment Decision Making"— Panel presentation at the Wisconsin Bar Association Midwinter Convention, Midwest Express Center, Milwaukee, WI. January 11: "Treatment Decisions at the End of Life"— Presentation at law offices of Mallery & Zimmerman, S.C., Milwaukee, WI.
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November 11: "Legal Issues in the Health Care Profession"— Covenant Rehabilitation Services, Elmbrook Memorial Hospital, Brookfield, WI. November 10: "Where Medicine and Law Intersect"— Annual Geriatrics Conference Sponsored by Sinai Samaritan Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. October 23: "Maternal-Fetal Conflict" — Presentation with Steven Leuthner, National Perinatal Association Conference, Milwaukee, WI. October 20: "Ethical Considerations in Cancer Care" — Southeast Wisconsin Oncology Nursing Society, Milwaukee, WI. September 23: "Legal Liability in Pain Management"— DIA Conference, Orange County, CA. August 9: "Patients' Rights: Who Decides?" — American Bar Association, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. July 19-23: "Bioethics in Mental Health Care" — Workshop Presentation with Arthur Derse and Joseph Layde, Door County Summer Institute, Sponsored by the Depat talent of Psychiatry, Medical College of Wisconsin. May 12: "Ethical Issues in Health Care: End-of-Life Issues" — Ethics Conference, SSM Ministry Corporation, St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, WI. May 4: "Managed Care: Effects on the Physician-Patient Relationship" — Presentation with Kristen Tym, Division of Biostatistics, Medical College of Wisconsin. April 27: Testimony to the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, Hearing on Confidentiality of Medical Information, Washington, DC. April 16: "Emerging Issues in Evidence"— Presentation at Wisconsin Judicial Education Conference, Neenah, WI. March 16: "Physician-Assisted Suicide" — Nursing Ethics Roundtable Presentation Series, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. January 28: "Ethical Issues in the Emergency Room"— Case Presentation and Discussion, Emergency Depai ment, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. 1998 December 3: "The Ethics of Transplantation and Organ Allocation: How Do We Do This?"— The Blood Center of Southeastern Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. December 1: "Ethical Issues in Organ Transplantation" — Panel presentation and discussion, Trauma/Transplant Intensive Care Unit, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. November 19: "Difficult Cases" — Panel presentation, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Annual Meeting, Houston, TX. October 6: "Code Status, Restraints, and Physician Responsibility in the Outpatient Setting"— Presentation to staff of the Diagnostic and Treatment Center, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. October 2: "The Ethical Challenges of Alzheimer' s Disease" — Indian Head Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association of Wisconsin, Hudson, WI. September 26: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Geriatric Care"— Wisconsin Board Review Course in Geriatric Medicine, Co-Sponsored by the Medical College of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, Lake Lawn Lodge, Delavan, WI. 26

September 22: "Ethics and Managed Care" — Transition to Practice Program for Third Year Residents, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College ofWisconsin. September 15: "Genetics and Cloning: Ethical and Legal Issues"— Grand Rounds Presentation, West Allis Memorial Hospital, West Allis, WI. April 23: "Genetics and Cloning: Ethical and Legal Issues"— Grand Rounds Presentation, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. April 22: "Impaitment" — Presentation to the house staff, Social Issues in Medicine Series, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. April 20: "Ethics in Perinatal Care" — Presentation at Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care Annual Meeting, Oconomowoc, WI. April 14: "Assisted Suicide: Medical, Legal and Ethical Issues"— Presentation with Richard Cooper, MD at the Milwaukee Jewish Federation Women's Division Political Awareness Series, Milwaukee, WI. April 8: Testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, Hearing on Oversight of the National Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network, at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. 1997 November 12: "Legal Issues in Pain Management" — Presentation at Midwest Ethics Committee Network Conference, All Saints Medical Center, Racine, WI. October 15: "End of Life Decisions" — Presentation to Hello Foundation (Jewish Medical Student Interest Group), Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. October 8: "Physician-Assisted Suicide" — Panel presentation and discussion, Bureau of Aging and Long Term Care Resources Fall Conference, Monona Terrace, Madison, WI. September 20: "Bioethics/Dying" — Board Review Course in GeriatTic Medicine, Lake Lawn Lodge, Delavan, WI. September 19: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Risk Management"— Wisconsin Society of Risk Managers Annual Meeting, Wisconsin Dells, WI. August 19: "Bioethics" — Brookfield Rotary Club, Ehn Grove American Legion Hall, Elm Grove, WI. June 26: "In the Matter of Edna M.F." — Bioethics Presentation Series, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. June 25: "Medical Ethics Issues for 1997" -- Brookfield Regency, Regency Senior Communities, Brookfield, WI. June 23: "The Inter-relationship Between Law and Bioethics" -- Presentation at the 1997 Midwest Intensive Bioethics Course, Minneapolis, IVIN. May 27: "Ethical Issues in Managed Care" -- Presentation with Robert Nelson, MD, PhD, WECN Conference, St. Joseph's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. May 14: "Ethical and Legal Issues Surrounding Genetics" -- Presentation and Discussion, Ethics Committee, Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI. April 29: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Pain Management" -- Medical Staff Presentation, West Allis Memorial Hospital, West Allis, WI. 27

April 11: "Survey of Bioethics in Law" -- National Association of Women Judges, Midwest Regional Meeting, Milwaukee, WI. March 26: Case Presentation and Discussion -- Medicolegal and Ethical Case Studies Conference, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. March 13: "Assisted Suicide" -- Panel Presentation Sponsored by the American Jewish Committee, North Shore Library, Milwaukee, WI. February 26: "Nursing Law" -- Presentation at MBI Conference, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. February 25: "Nursing Law" -- Presentation at MBI Conference, Holiday Inn, Madison, WI. February 22: "Ethical Issues in Blood and Marrow Transplantation" -- 1997 Annual Participants' Meeting, Sponsored by the International Bone Marrow Transplant Registry, Medical College of Wisconsin, Scottsdale, AZ. 1996 November 21: "The Ethics of Managed Care Without Universal Access to Healthcare" -- Session Chair, American Association of Bioethics Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. November 14: "Ethics and Managed Care" -- Presentation and Discussion, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Ethics Advisory Committee, Milwaukee, WI. November 1: "Liability Issues in Pain Relief' -- Presentation with Ben Rich, JD, PhD at the National Meeting on Legal, Ethical and Institutional Issues in Pain Relief, Sponsored by the American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics with support from the Mayday Fund, The Royal Sonesta, Cambridge, MA. October 23: Case Presentation and Discussion -- Medicolegal and Ethical Case Studies Conference, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. October 9: "Ethics/Dying" -- Presentation at the 1996 Update: Law and Medicine/Ethics Seminar, Genesys Regional Medical Center, Flint Osteopathic Campus, Flint, MI. October 3: "The Managed Care Adventure: A Debate" -- Panel Discussion, 1996 Fall Conference and 16th Annual Exhibitors Forum, Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, Paper Valley Hotel and Conference Center, Appleton, WI. October 2: "Bioethics for the Insurance Medicine Medical Director" -- Annual Meeting, American Academy of Insurance Medicine, Ritz Carlton Hotel, Kansas City, KS. September 21: "Ethics and Managed Care" -- Russell Quirk Memorial Lecture, Wisconsin Annual Scientific Meeting, American College of Physicians Wisconsin Chapter and Wisconsin Society of Internal Medicine, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. September 20: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Managed Care"— Keynote Presentation, SSM-Diversified Health Service Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI. June 14: "Ethical and Legal Aspects of Managed Care" -- Presentation at the Wisconsin State Bar Convention, Oshkosh, WI. May 23: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation at the Wisconsin Case Management Society of America Annual Conference and Exhibition, Paper Valley Hotel, Appleton, WI. May 21: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Pediatric Nursing" -- Keynote Presentation, Fourth Annual Pediatric Nursing Conference, St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, WI. 28

April 30: "Advance Directives and End-of-Life Decisions" -- Community Presentation sponsored by Shawano Medical Center, Shawano, WI. April 30: "Ethical and Legal Issues in End-of-Life Decisions" -- Healthcare Staff Presentation, Shawano Medical Center, Shawano, WI. April 25: Participation in Career Day, Nicolet High School, Milwaukee, WI. April 24: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Assisted Suicide" -- Keynote Presentation, Professional Dimensions Meeting, Women's Club of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. April 23: "Bioethics" -- Presentation at Mini-Medical School, Sponsored by the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. April 20: "Ethical Issues Related to Health Care Reform" -- Presentation with Toranj Marphetia, Medicine, The Media and Ethics conference, Midway Hotel, Brookfield, WI. April 10: "Professionalism in Health Care Delivery" -- Medical Grand Rounds, St. Joseph's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. March 28: "Medical Ethics Issues for 1996" -- Keynote Presentation, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Northeast Chapter, Green Bay, WI. March 12: Case Presentation and Discussion -- Medical Grand Rounds, Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. March 2: "Ethics/Dying" -- Presentation at the Wisconsin Board Review Course in Geriatric Medicine, Lakelawn Lodge, Delavan, WI. February 16: "Economic, Ethical and Legal Issues in Cancer Care" -- Keynote Presentation, Cancer Information Exchange sponsored by the Columbus Community Clinical Oncology Program, Amelia Island, FL. January 26: "Managed Care: Ethical and Legal Controversies" -- Wisconsin Ethics Committee Network conference presentation, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI.
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December 8: "Anencephalic Babies and Organ Transplants: A Debate" -- Pediatric Grand Rounds, with Steve Leuthner, MD, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. November 17: Case Presentation and Discussion -- Medicolegal and Ethical Case Studies Conference, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. October 24: "Ethical and Legal Issues in the Management of Pain" -- Presentation to the medical staff, St. Mary's Hospital-Ozaukee, Mequon, WI. October 16: "Breast Cancer and the Environment" -- Moderator, Panel Presentation, MECCA Convention Center Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI. October 11: "How to Access the Ethics Committee" -- Staff education presentation, Jewish Home and Care Center, Milwaukee, WI. September 28: "Ethical Considerations in Oncology - A Multidisciplinary Dialogue" -- Moderator, Panel Presentation at the "Challenges for the Oncology Nurse" seminar sponsored by Aurora HealthCare, Manchester East Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. September 15: Case Presentation and Discussion -- Medicolegal and Ethical Case Studies Conference, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. 29

July 31-August 4: "Bioethics in the Age of Managed Care" -- Door County Summer Institute, Egg Harbor, WI. July 27: "Clinical Practice Guidelines for Bone Marrow Transplantation" -- Invited Participant, American Society for Bone Marrow Transplantation Symposium, Milwaukee, WI. July 21: "Advance Directives" -- Medicolegal and Ethical Case Studies Conference, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. July 20: "The Future of Ethics Committees" -- Presentation and Discussion with the Ethics and Human Values Committee, Hartford Memorial Hospital, Hartford, WI. July 7: "How Liable Are You?" -- Presentation at the Second Annual Maine Cancer Symposium, Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, ME. June 14-18: Participation in the Seventh Annual Bioethics Summer Retreat, Winthrop, WA. June 10: "Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Cancer in the Elderly" -- Presentation at the program Cancer in Older Persons: Clinical Challenges and Practical Approaches, Sponsored by the Medical College of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin Medical School, Grand Geneva Resort and Spa, Lake Geneva WI. June 3: "Liability Issues in the Management of Pain" -- Presentation at the Chronic Pain Management Conference, Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology/Oncology, Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, MA. May 11: "The Future of Ethics Committees" -- Ethics Committee Educational Session, Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center, Sheboygan, WI. May 10: "Medical Ethics Issues in 1995" -- Presentation at LindenGrove Nursing Home, New Berlin, WI. April 19: "Ethical Issues in Home Care" -- Staff Inservice Presentation, Visiting Nurses Association, Milwaukee, WI. April 22: "The Role of Ethics Committees in Cases Involving Long:Tenn Services Issues" -- Presentation at the 10th Annual Training Conference on Medicine and the Law, Sponsored by the Natioral Legal Center for the Medically Dependent and Disabled, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. April 11: "Who Shall Live and Who Shall Die?" -- Panel presentation at the Milwaukee Jewish Council Forum, Milwaukee, WI. April 7: "Ethics and Reproductive Issues" -- Keynote Presentation at Women's Health Day, Alverno College, Milwaukee, WI. April 7: "1992 Perinatal Drug Screen Survey Research" -- Presentation at the Perinatal Drug Exposure Conference, Center for the Study of Bioethics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. March 26: "Biomedical Ethics: Life Transitions / Life Decisions" -- Presentation at the Women's Health Symposium, "L'Chaim! Here's To Your Health," co-sponsored by Hadassah and WomenSource, Sinai Samaritan Medical Center, Italian Community Center, Milwaukee, WI. March 16: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation at the Bioethics Lecture Series, Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. March 10: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Perinatal Care" -- Presentation at the Perinatal Conference, St. Joseph Hospital, Marshfield, WI. February 21: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation at the Senior Center, Jewish Community Center, Milwaukee, WI. 30

February 17: Case Presentation and Discussion -- Medicolegal and Ethical Case Studies Conference, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. Febraury 6: "Ethics in the Nursing Home" -- Presentation at the Geriatrics Institute, Sinai Samaritan Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. January 11: "How Will Legalization of Physician-Assisted Suicide Affect Hospitals and Nursing Homes?" -Presentation at the WECN Conference "Legalization of Physician-Assisted Suicide," Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. 1994 December 16: Case Presentation and Discussion -- Medicolegal and Ethical Case Studies Conference, St. Lads Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. December 6: "Ethics and Dilemmas in the Surgical Setting" -- Presentation at the Association of Operating Room Nurses, Southeastem Wisconsin Chapter Meeting, Milwaukee, WI. November 18: Case Presentation and Discussion -- Medicolegal and Ethical Case Studies Conference, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. November 17: "Difficult Healthcare Decisions" — Video Teleconference Panel Discussion Participant, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Greater Milwaukee Chapter, Milwaukee, WI. November 1 and 10: "Nurses and Whistleblowing" -- Presentation at the Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital Nurses' Conferences, Milwaukee, WI. October 26: "Confidentiality" -- Presentation at the WECN Conference "Clinical Dilemmas for Ethics Committees," Beloit Memorial Hospital, Beloit, WI. October 25: "Legal Issues - Advance Directives" -- Presentation at the Sixteenth Annual "Heart of the Matter" Critical Care Symposium, Marc Plaza, Milwaukee, WI. October 20: "Who Sees Your Medical Records?" -- Presentation at the Bioethics Joumal Club, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. October 12: Case Presentation and Discussion -- Nursing Grand Rounds, John L. Doyne Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. September 28: "Communicating with Patients and Families Regarding Advance Directives"-- Presentation at Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI. September 26: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation for the La Crosse Bar Association, La Crosse, WI. September 23: "Confidentiality" -- Presentation at the WECN Conference "Issues for Ethics Committees," Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. September 14: "Willingness to Perform Euthanasia: The Bioethics Center's Survey" -- Presentation at the Health Policy Institute Advisory Board Meeting, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. July 15: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation at the Acute Care Lecture Series, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. June 25-29: Participation in the Sixth Annual Bioethics Sununu- Retreat, Bar Harbor, ME. June 15: "Bioethics and Patients with Dementia" -- Lecture to Marquette University students, Milwaukee, WI. May 31: "Ethical and Legal Obligations of the Social Worker" -- Presentation at St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. 31

May 26: "Health Care Reform" -- Panel presentation at the Milwaukee Bar Association, Milwaukee, WI. May 25: "DNR Orders" -- Presentation at Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI. May 18: "Advance Directives and Truth-Telling" -- Presentation at the Vince Lombardi Cancer Center, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. May 16: "Court Admissibility of Medical Practice Guidelines in Health Care Cases" -- Panel response at the Judge's Workshop on Practice Guidelines as Standards of Medical Practice in Case Adjudication, Grand Milwaukee Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. May 13: "Non-Oral Feeding: Legal and Ethical Considerations" -- Presentation at the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association's Conference "Coming Full Circle: A National Conference Reusing on Aging," Milwaukee, WI. May 5: "Ethical Issues in Women's Health" -- Presentation at the 1994 Planned Parenthood Staff Retreat, Interlaken Resort, Lake Geneva, WI. April 28: "How the Law Influences Bioethics" -- Presentation at the SSM-Ministry Corporation Conference, St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, WI. April 22: "Legal Issues Surrounding Drug Research and Clinical Trials" -- Presentation at the Clinical Research Coordinators Meeting, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. April 15: "Ethical Issues in CV Nursing: When Is Enough, Enough?" -- Presentation at the Marquette University School of Nursing Continuing Education Program, Milwaukee, WI. April 12: "Right to Die Issues" -- Presentation at the Marquette University Law School Health Law Society, Milwaukee, WI. April 7: "Bioethics" -- Presentation at the Wisconsin Association of Medical Technolo /Clinical Laboratory Management Association joint convention, Country Inn, Pewaukee, WI. February 26: "Ethics/Dying" -- Presentation at the Wisconsin Board Review Course in Geriatric Medicine, Lakelawn Lodge, Delavan, WI. February 4-5: Individual Rights Section, Bioethics and Law Section, and Health Care Reform Section Meetings American Bar Association, Kansas City, MO. 1993 December 3: "Non-Statutory Advance Directives: What's Acceptable, What's Not" -- Presentation at WECN Conference "Whatever Happened to Patient Self-Determination," Lakeland Nursing Home, Elkhorn, WI. November 18: Presentation at St. Luke's Medical Center Grand Rounds, Milwaukee, WI. October 22: "Futility" -- Presentation at Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI. October 4: Health Law Panel, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. October 1: "Maintaining the Public Trust: Ethics in Grantmaking and Grantseeking" -- Keynote Presentation at Donors Forum of Wisconsin Conference, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. September 15: "Whistleblowing" -- Presentation at Bioethics Center Nursing Ethics Presentation Series, Milwaukee, WI. July 30: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation at St. Luke's Medical Center's Acute Care Lecture Series, 32

Milwaukee, WI. June 25-29: Participation in the Fifth Annual Bioethics Summer Retreat, Taos, NM. June 18: "Making Health Care Decisions for Residents Without Significant Others" -- Presentation at WECN Conference "Ethical Dilemmas in Long Term Care," Alexian Village, Milwaukee, WI. June 10: "Ethical Issues in Involuntary Civil Commitment: Beneficence and Autonomy"-- Presentation at Mental Health Association Conference, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. June 3: "Maternal/Fetal Relationship" -- Presentation at Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds, Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. May 13: "Ethical Considerations in Nutritional Support" -- Presentation at Saint Mary's Medical Center, Racine, WI. May 12: "Addiction as an Ethical Dilemma"— Presentation at Wisconsin Nurses Association Annual Conference, Oconomowoc, WI. May 12: "Patient Care and the Law" -- Presentation at St. Catherine's Hospital Nurses' Reception, Kenosha, WI. April 17: "Mock Trial" -- Presentation at The Third Annual Congress of Healthcare Ethics Committees- Beyond Autonomy: New International Perspectives for Bioethics, Sheraton Palace Hotel, San Frarcisco, CA. April 3: "Resource Allocation: Will Communities Have a Voice" -- Presentation at "Providing Health Care to the Local Community" Conference, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. April 3: "Withholding and Withdrawing Treatment" -- Presentation at "Who Cares? Ethics and Health Care in Wisconsin: A Public Forum" Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. March 25: "Ethics Panel Discussion - Case Studies" -- Presentation at Wisconsin Chapter of American Nephrology Nurses Association Conference, Kohler, WI. March 23: "Medical Law" -- Presentation at University of Wisconsin Medical School, American Medical Student Section, Madison, WI. March 17: "Ethical & Legal Issues" -- Presentation at Conference "Do We Really Know What Happens When We Mess With Mother Nature?", Milwaukee, WI. March 15: "Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care" -- Presentation at UWM Health Care Professionals Continuing Education Conference, Milwaukee, WI. March 14: "Health Care Reform" -- Presentation at North Shore Congregational Church, Milwaukee, WI. March 3: "Treatment Termination and Related Issues Revisited: Wisconsin/IVIinnesota Law Update" Presentation at the 1993 Issues in Law and Medicine Cooperative Wisconsin and Minnesota Judicial Education Program, La Crosse, WI. March 2: "Physician Assisted Suicide" -- Presentation at West Allis Memorial Hospital Grand Rounds, West Allis, WI. February 4: "Americans with Disabilities Act" — Presentation at Bioethics Journal Club, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. February 3: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation at Lakeland Nursing Home, Elkhorn, WI.
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December 1: "Current State of Advance Directives and Guardianship of L.W." -- Presentation at Milwaukee Bar Center's Lunchtime Continuing Legal Education Program, Milwaukee, WI. November 16: "Adolescents and Confidentiality" -- Presentation at Noon Conference for Pediatric Residents, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. November 11: "Ethics of Mandatory Screening of HIV" -- Presentation at "Pros and Cons of Including HIV Testing on the Newborn Screen" Conference, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. November 4: "AIDS - Ethical and Legal Issues" -- Presentation at Young Executives Meeting, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. October 29: "Ethics Issues in Infertility" -- Presentation at Depat Enient of Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds, FMLH Ambulatory Care Center, Milwaukee, WI. October 28: "Ethical Issues of Large Public Screenings of Special Populations" -- Presentation at Wisconsin Cancer Conference, Brookfield, WI. September 26: "Health Care Issues in the Age of Technology" -- Presentation at National Clearinghouse for Legal Services' Advocacy Symposium, University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, IL. July 27: "Allocation of Health Care Resources" -- Presentation at Summer Meeting of the American College of Radiologists, Jackson Hole, WY. June 24-28: Participation in the Bioethics Summer Retreat, Jackson Hole, WY. May 27: "Treatment Termination" -- Presentation to health care professionals, Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI. May 26: "Wisconsin Supreme Court and the Right to Die" -- Presentation to Milwaukee Internists Club, University Club, Milwaukee, WI. May 15: "Determining Past Values and Making Decisions for Incompetent Patients" - Presentation at WECN Conference, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. April 29: "Ethical & Legal Issues in Home Care" -- Presentation at Wisconsin Home Care Conference, Paper Valley Hotel, Appleton, WI. April 28: "Ethics Panel" -- Presentation at Aurora Health Care Conference, Embassy Suites Hotel, Brookfield, WI. April 28: "Advance Directives in Medical Care" -- Presentation with David Schiedermayer, M.D. and Rep. Peggy Rosenzweig, Update in Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine, Alumni Center, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. April 10: "In re L.W." -- Presentation at The Second Annual Congress of Healthcare Ethics Committees- Opening the International Dialogue, Sheraton Palace Hotel, San Francisco, CA. April 9: "Panel on Advance Directives" -- Presentation at St. Mary's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. April 5: "Is There a Right to Die? Jewish and Legal Perspectives" -- Presentation at Beth Hillel Temple, Kenosha, WI. March 31: "Assessing Existing Ethics Committees" -- Presentation at WECN meeting, Heidel House, Green Lake, WI. March 6: "Legal & Ethical Issues in Health Care" -- All Day Workshop at University of Wisconsin, 34

Milwaukee, WI. February 29: "Ethics/Dying" -- Presentation at Wisconsin Board Review Course in Geriatric Medicine, The Abbey Resort, Lake Geneva, WI. February 19: "What You Should Know about Living Wills" -- Presentation at Young President's Organization Conference, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. February 6: "Controlling your Destiny" -- Presentation at Woman's Club of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. January 29: "Informed Consent and Family Practice" -- Co-presentation with Bruce Ambuel, Ph.D., at Winter Refresher Course, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. January 10: "Panel on AIDS and Confidentiality" -- Presentation at Sinai Samaritan Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. 1991 December 4: "Inservice on PSDA" -- Presentation at St. Catherine's Hospital for Hospital Staff, Kenosha, WI. December 3: "Case Presentation for Children's Hospital" -- Presentation at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI. November 22: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation at Community Memorial Hospital for Hospital Staff, Menomonee Falls, WI. November 21: "PSDA and Advance Directives" - Presentation at MCMC King Conference Room, Milwaukee, WI. November 15: "Ethical & Legal Considerations for Research Study Coordinators" -- Presentation at the Second Annual Study Coordinator's Conference, Sponsored by UWM Marriott Hotel, Brookfield, WI. November 6: "Forum on Advance Directives Law-- State By State" -- Presentation at The Hastings Center Regional Workshop, Holiday Jim Chicago Center, Chicago, IL. October 29: "Legal Issues" -- Presentation at Heart of the Matter Seminar sponsored by Sinai Samaritan Hospital, Marc Plaza Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. October 23: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation at West Allis Memorial Hospital for Staff Physicians, West Allis, WI. October 16: "Diagnosis and Prescription for Our Ailing Health Care System" -- Presentation at Wisconsin Hospital Association Auxiliaries, Inc. General Session, Country Inn, Pewaukee, WI. October 15: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation at Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI. October 11: "Ethical Dilemmas in the Health Care of Chronically Ill and Teitninally Ill Children"-- Presentation at Children's Hospice International Conference, Milwaukee, WI. October 9: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation at Beloit Memorial Hospital, Beloit, WI. October 7: "Medical Ethics" -- Presentation at United Church of Christ, Gen lain, WI. September 24: "When a Doctor has AIDS" -- Co-presentation with David Schiedennayer, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI. September 23-24: "Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Program Annual Conference" -- Presentation at Paper Valley Hotel, Appleton, WI. 35

September 3: "The People Who Make Milwaukee Tick" -- Presentation at Jewish Community Center, Milwaukee, WI. August 14: "Ethics and Aging" -- Presentation at Geriatrics Seminar of Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. August 13: "Implications of the HIV Epidemic in Milwaukee"-- Presentation at Hyatt Regency, Milwaukee, WI. August 5-9: "Medical Ethics in Clinical Practice" -- Presentation at Medical College of Wisconsin Psychiatry Depailment Fifth Annual Door County Summer Institute, Door County, WI. June 20: "EMT's and Ethical Dilemmas" -- Presentation at Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI. June 14: "Cruzan and After: Treatment Decisions and Dilemmas" - Legal Perspective -- Presentation at Westwood Conference Center, Wausau, WI. June 7: "Biomedical Ethics in Long Term Care" -- Presentation at Wisconsin Nursing Home Social Workers Association Meeting, Barkers Island Inn, Superior, WI. June 5-7: "Issues in Law and Medicine" -- Presentation at a educational program for Minnesota and Wisconsin Judges, St. Paul, MN. June 4: "Health Care Power of Attorney" -- Presentation at Medical College of Wisconsin Pre-Retirement program, Milwaukee, WI. May 29: "A Matter of Life and Death: Making your Choices Now!"-- Presentation at Laurel Oaks/Columbia Hospital Forum Series, Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. May 24: "Biomedical Ethics in Long Term Care" -- Presentation at Wisconsin Nursing Homes Social Workers Association Meeting, Country Inn, Pewaukee, WI. May 20: "Confidentiality and AIDS" -- Presentation at Beloit Memorial Hospital Inservice Program, Beloit, WI. May 15: "Cocaine Babies" -- Presentation at the Wisconsin Judicial Criminal Law and Sentencing Institute Conference, The Grand Milwaukee Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. May 14: "The Law, Ethics and Public Policy: Implications for Ethics Committees and Discussion of Specific Cases" -- Presentation at the Wheaton Franciscan Services, Inc. Ethics Conference, Wheaton, IL. May 2: "Ethical Dilemmas at the End of Life" -- Presentation at Board of Directors Meeting of the Madison General Hospital Medical and Surgical Foundation, Madison Club, Madison, WI. May 2: "Life Support Systems and Bioethical Issues" -- Presentation at conference sponsored by Wisconsin Funeral Directors Association, Meurer's Banquet Hall, West Allis, WI. April 26: Right to Die Video Conference -- Participation in panel discussion at MATC Videoconference Center, Milwaukee, WI. April 25: "Bioethics" -- Presentation at annual conference on "Building Skills, Building Competency and Building a Future," sponsored by the Wisconsin Medical Record Association, Westwood Conference Center, Wausau, WI. April 22: "Power of Attorney for Health Care: Medical, Ethical and Legal Perspectives" -- Presentation at Community Memorial Hospital of Menomonee Falls, Menomonee Falls, WI. April 19: "Bedside Clinical Ethics" -- Panel Discussion with John Mullooly, MD; Arthur Derse, MD, JD; James Dyck, PhD; and Charles Junkennan, MD, at the Annual Meeting of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin, 36

MECCA, Milwaukee, WI. April 18: "Doctors, Hospitals, Medicine & Old People: Ethical Interaction" -- Presentation at "Dilemma: Everyday Decisions in Old Age," Concourse Hotel, Madison, WI. April 17: "Your Legal Rights and Responsibilities" -- Joint presentation with Steven Beyers, J.D., at "The 90's: A Decade of Living," Oshkosh Hilton & Convention Center, Cshkosh, WI. April 12: "Patients and Decisionmaking Rights" -- Presentation for Wisconsin Association of Hospital Admitting Managers, Holiday Inn, Fond du Lac, WI. April 11: "Legal Aspects of Bioethics" -- Guest Lecture to "Law for Health Care Professionals and Consumers" class, UW-M, Milwaukee, WI. April 10: "Life & Death Decisions" -- Presentation at Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI. April 5-7: "Procedural Issues: Everything You Always Wanted to Ask a Lawyer About Ethics Committees"Participation in Panel Discussion at "Ethics Committees at Work in the 1990s: Expanding the Circle" -- Annual Congress of Healthcare Ethics Committees, co-sponsored by The International Bioethics Institute and The Hastings Center, Nikko Hotel, San Francisco, CA. March 27: "Durable Power of Attorney vs. Living Wills" -- Presentation at BANK ONE Private Banking Seminar, Milwaukee, WI. March 16: "Durable Power of Attorney and Advance Directives" -- Presentation at Geriatrics Conference, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. March 13: "Liability for Behavior by Cognitively Impaired Patients"-- Joint presentation with Mary Ellen Banks, Ph.D., at conference on "Ethical Dilemmas in Rehabilitation Settings," MCW Alumni Center, Milwaukee, WI. February 28: "Durable Power of Attorney" -- Presentation at CLE Seminar for the Brown County Bar Association, Holiday Inn City Centre, Green Bay, WI. February 20: "Ethics Update" -- Joint presentation with Charles Junkerman, MD to Medical Staff of Howard Young Medical Center, Woodruff, WI. February 19: "Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care" -- All-Day Workshop for University of WisconsinMilwaukee Continuing Education Program, Milwaukee, WI. February 14: "Legalizing Physician-Assisted Suicide -- The Likelihood of Abuse" - Presentation at "Controversies in the Care of Dying Patients" Program, sponsored by University of Florida Colleges of Medicine and Nursing, Walt Disney World Hilton, Lake Buena Vista, FL. February 7: "Maternal Drug Abuse" -- Presentation to the Faculty and Students of the Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI. January 30: "Introduction to the Guide to Clinical Preventive Services: Practice and Legal Implications" -- Joint presentation with David H. Mark, M.D., M.P.H., at Annual Winter Refresher Course for Family Physicians, Medical College of Wisconsin and the Southeast Chapter of the Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. January 24: "Ethical Questions at the End of Life" -- Presentation to Employees and Management Staff of Miller Compressing Company, Milwaukee, WI. January 23: "AIDS and New Legislation" -- Educational Presentation to the Staff of Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI.
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January 22: "Living Wills & Durable Power of Attorney' -- Presentation at Family Health Series of St. Luke's Family Practice Center, Milwaukee, WI. January 21: "Advance Directives" -- Presentation at meeting of St. Luke's Medical Center Bioethics Committee, Milwaukee, WI. January 20: "Ethical Dilemmas" -- Presentation at Panel Discussion at Beth El Ner Tamid Synagogue, Mequon, WI. January 11: "Confidentiality of Medical Records" -- One of seven program leaders at conference for medical records professionals and business/office managers in medical fields, The Country Inn, Pewaukee, WI.
1990

December 20: "AIDS" -- Presentation at Isaac Coggs Health Consortium, Milwaukee, WI. December 6: "Legal vs. Medical Decisiomnaking: Differences in Perspectives" -- Presentation at conference on "Medical Decisionmaking: Theory and Practice," The Inntowner-Best Western, Madison, WI. November 20: "Organ Transplantation Issues" -- Presentation to the Medical Staff of West Allis Memorial Hospital, West Allis, WI. October 30: "Ethical Update: The Effects of the Cruzan Decision and the Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare in Wisconsin and How to Diminish Physician Liability" -- Presentation to the Medical Staff of St. Catherine's Hospital, Kenosha, WI. October 23: "End of Life Medical Decisions" -- Presentation to Envision, Western Racquet Club, Elm Grove, WI. October 19: "Special Problems of the Aging" -- CLE Seminar sponsored by the State Bar of Wisconsin, Holiday InnWest, Madison, WI. October 18: "Special Problems of the Aging" -- CLE Seminar sponsored by the State Bar of Wisconsin, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. October 11: "Physician Assisted Suicide" -- Joint Presentation for Division of Research and Graduate Studies, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. October 10: "Ethical Issues in Contemporary Medicine" -- Target MD Seminar, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI. September 27: "After Ethical Decisions Are Made, The Hard Part Begins" -- Presentation at Annual Neonatal and Pediatric Conference, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI September 26: "Durable Power of Attorney, Living Wills" -- Dual Presentations to the Medical and Nursing Staffs at Memorial Hospital, Burlington, WI. September 22: "Who Decides - What Are the Moral and Legal Complications When Persons Decide for a Patient?" - Presentation at the University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN. September 20: "Autonomy and Treatment Refusal" — Presentation at Annual Conference of Wisconsin Association for Continuity of Care, Country hm, Pewaukee, WI. September 17: "Durable Power of Attorney" -- Presentation to Grafton Senior Citizens, Grafton, WI. September 15: "What Jurisprudence Will and Will Not Allow" -- Presentation at Annual Meeting of Wisconsin Society of Internal Medicine and American College of Physicians-Wisconsin Chapter, The Concourse Hotel, Madison, WI. 38

August 24: "Durable Power of Attorney" -- Presentation at Continuing Education Group Program sponsored by Meier, Clancy, George & Co., Midway Motor Lodge, Milwaukee, WI. August 15: "Durable Powers of Attorney and Living Wills in Wisconsin" -- Presentation at conference on "Medical Treatment Decisiomnaking After Cruzan: Living Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney," Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. August 2: "New Developments in Medical/Legal Ethics" -- Grand Rounds, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. July 26: "Baby Doe Issues" -- Presentation to the Ethics Committee of Fort Atkinson Memorial Hospital, Fort Atkinson, WI. July 23: "Treatment Decisionmaking/Ethics Committees"— Presentation to the Wisconsin Rapids Rotary Club, Wisconsin Rapids, WI. July 20: "Ethical Issues in Today's Health Care" -- Presentation at Memorial Hospital, Oconomowoc, WI. July 5: "Ethics, the Law, and AIDS"— Presentation to the Nursing Staff, Milwaukee County Medical Complex, Milwaukee, WI. June 20-22: "The Frontier - Genetics in the Workplace" and "Living Wills and Durable Power of Attorney" -Presentation at Annual Convention of the State Bar of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, WI. June 13: "Ethical, Legal, and Financial Issues Dealing with the Aging Population with Dementia"— Presentation at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. June 5: "Nancy Cruzan Case: U.S. Supreme Court at the Bedside" -- Presentation to the Medical Staff of West Allis Memorial Hospital, West Allis, WI. June 2: "Ethical Issues for the Long-Ter in Care of Elderly Women" -- Presentation to national conference of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, Mount Mary College, Milwaukee, WI. May 15: "Ethical Decisionmaking in Pediatric Practice" -- One-day ethics workshop for health care professionals, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. May 11: "Legal and Ethical Issues Surrounding Medical Decisionmaking in Cases of Cognitive Dysfunction"— Presentation at Geriatrics in Primary Care, 1990, Wyndham Milwaukee Center, Milwaukee, WI. May 9: "Some Legal and Ethical Issues in Critical Care" -- Presentation at Clinic Day Symposium, sponsored by St. Joseph's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. May 7: "The Withdrawal of Food and Fluids: The Meaning of the Cruzan Decision" -- Presentation at the Regional Chaplains' Bioethics Conference, VAMC, Milwaukee, WI. May 4-5: "Legal and Ethical Aspects of the Maternal/Fetal Conflicts Posed by the Cocaine Using Pregnant Woman" -- Double Presentation at Conference on "Cocaine Use and Pregnant Women," sponsored by The Toledo Hospital, Toledo Marriott Portside, Toledo, OH. May 3: "Confidentiality Relating to Legal and Ethical Concerns" -- Presentation at Conference sponsored by Legal Education Society of Alberta and Alberta Hospital Association, Hilton Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. May 1: "Cost Constraint Mechanisms" -- Presentation at annual provider meeting of Compcare, Milwaukee, WI. April 27: "The U.S. Civil Rights Commission Report, Medical Discrimination Against Children With Mabilities An Exchange of Views" -- Presentation at Conference on "Current Controversies in the Right to Live, the Right to 39

Die II," sponsored by the National Legal Center for the Medically Dependent & Disabled, Inc., DuPont Plaza Hotel, Washington, DC. April 26: "Legal Aspects of Hospice Care" -- Presentation at Hospice Care for the 90's - Legal and Spiritual Aspects of Hospice Care, St. Mary's College, Winona, MN. April 19: "Ethical/Legal Issues Prior to Delivery" and "Ethical/Legal Dilemmas After Delvery: When Do We Start/When Do We Stop?" -- Presentations at Conference on Very Low Birthweight Infant: Perinatal Management and Outcome, The Toledo Hospital, Toledo, OH. April 7: "Legal and Workplace Issues in an Era of AIDS" -- Presentation at F.A.C.E.: Forum: AIDS Community Education, Junior League of Milwaukee, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. April 3: "Ethics Workshop" -- Presentation to Medical Staff of Sauk Prarie Memorial Hospital, Prairie du Sac, WI. April 3: "Euthanasia" -- Presentation to School Assembly, University School, Milwaukee, WI. March 28: "Public Policy & AIDS" -- Panel Discussion, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI. March 15: "Addressing Ethical Issues" -- Joint Presentation with Dr. David Schiedermayer for Wisconsin Hospital Association Auxiliaries, Inc., MCW Alumni Center, Milwaukee, WI. February 20: "Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care" -- All-Day Workshop, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI. February 7: "Dietetics, Nutrition and Medical Ethics" -- Presentation to Dietitians, Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. January 23: "Rationing of Health Care" -- Presentation at Clinical Conference, St. Francis Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. January 10-11: "Legal Issues in the Use of Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN)" -- Presentation at Technology Assessment and Practice Guidelines Forum, Institute for Health Policy Analysis, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC.
1989

November 14: "Ethical Issues in Managed Health Care" -- Presentation at St. Luke's Medical Center Primary Care Lecture Series, Stiemke Auditorium, St. Luke's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. November 14: "Questions in Medicine and Ethics" -- Presentation at Meeting of Business and Professional Women of Milwaukee Club, Park East Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. November 8: "Medical/Legal/Ethical Concerns in the Care of the Elderly" -- Presentation at Caregivers Rights Seminar sponsored by Southeastern Wisconsin Area Agency on Aging, Inc., Midway Motor Lodge, Brookfield, WI. November 8: "Are Health Care Costs Being Contained at Patients' Expense?" -- Presentation at Dinner Meeting of Professional Dimensions, Inc., Milwaukee Athletic Club, Milwaukee, WI. November 3: "The Treatment of Impaired Professionals - Moral and Ethical Dilemmas" -- Panel Discussion at Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. November 3: "Maternal/Fetal Conflict Problem: To Cut Or To Let Die" -- Panel Discussion at Civil Law Education Seminar, Oshkosh, WI. 40

November 1: "Perspectives on Medical Ethics" -- Medical College of Wisconsin Target M.D. Seminar, Merrill Hall, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI. October 24: "Teach-In" on Reproductive Issues -- University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI. October 3: "Issues in Dying: How Clergy Can Help" -- Panel Discussion at Lawrence University, Appleton, WI. September 22: "AIDS in Acute and Long Term Care Settings" -- Presentation at Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI. September 21: "Medical Treatment at the End of Life: Who Decides? Who Pays?" -- Presentation, with David Schiedermayer, M.D., to MCW Council, University Club, Milwaukee, WI. September 18: Panel Discussion on Civil Liberties: "You Be the Judge to Protect Your Constitutional Rights" -Beth El Ner Tamid Synagogue, Mequon, WI. September 14: "Ethical Choices Along the Continuum of Care for Older Adults"-- Presentation for UW-M Continuing Education Program, Midway Motor Lodge, Milwaukee, WI. August 14 and 16: "Biomedical Ethics: A Framework for Clinical Practice"— Presentation to the Nurses of Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. August 11: "Ethical Issues at the End of Life" -- Presentation at the First Annual Appleton Family Practice Residency Reunion Conference, Appleton Medical Center, Appleton, WI. August 8: "AIDS" -- Presentation to the Visiting Nurses Association, Milwaukee, WI. July 17: "AIDS and Unapproved Treatments - Legal and Ethical Issues"-- Presentation at LONDON '89 - THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HEALTH LAW AND ETHICS, sponsored by the American Society of Law & Medicine, Commonwealth Lawyers' Association and the Commonwealth Medical Association, Logan Hall, University of London, London, England. July 6-9: Participation in the Bioethics Summer Retreat -- Lutsen Resort, Lutsen, MN June 29: "Decisions and the Terminally III" -- Presentation to the Community Services Division Staff of Milwaukee County Social Services, Milwaukee, WI. June 13-14: "Bioethics" -- Presentation at Meeting of the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Wisconsin, Fontana, WI. June 8: "Medical Ethics" -- Presentation at "Death Issues for Caregivers" Conference, Embassy Suites Regency Conference Center, Green Bay, WI. June 6: "Psychiatry and Bioethics" -- Presentation to Department of Psychiatry, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. May 23: "Bioethical and Legal Considerations in Alzheimer's Disease Care" Presentation at State Conference on Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia, sponsored by the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Information & Training Center, Marc Plaza Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. May 23: Panel Discussion on Bioethical Issues -- St. Luke's and Sinai-Samaritan Ethics Committees, Mount Sinai Campus, Milwaukee, WI. May 18: "Social, Medical and Legal Problems Confronting the Ethics Board in the 1990's" -- Presentation at "Workshop on Ethical Questions Regarding the Elderly and Their Care," sponsored by the Marquette University Institute for Family Studies, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. 41

May 11-12: "Current Ethical Issues in Long Term Care," and "Promises and Pitfalls of Ethics Statements and Ethics Committees in Long Term Care" -- Presentations at Spring Conference of the Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, Inc., Holiday Inn Holidome & Conference Center, Stevens Point, WI. May 4-6: "Ethical/Legal Implications of Use of the Living Will in Care of the Terminally Ill"-- Workshop at FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PALLIATIVE CARE OF THE ELDERLY, Inn-on-the-Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. April 6: "Ethics of Nutritional Care" -- Presentation to the Milwaukee Dietetic Association, Inc., Division of Management Practice, Wesley Park, Milwaukee, WI. March 28-31: "Series of Ethics Seminars" -- Presentations at 1989 CLINICAL CONFERENCE sponsored by Marquette/MCW Alumni Association, Longboat Key Club, Longboat Key, FL. March 4: "Changing Medical/Legal Environment Surrounding Pediatric Research and Patient Care"— Presentation at Department of Pediatrics Faculty Retreat, Milwaukee Yacht Club, Milwaukee, WI. February 15: "Ethical Issues of the Elderly" -- Presentation to the Association of Regional Medical Social Workers, Comstock Nursing Home, Milwaukee, WI. February 9-10: "AIDS" -- Presentation at LONG TERM CARE AND THE LAW Seminar sponsored by the National Health Lawyers Association, The Tropicana Hotel, Las Vegas, NV. February 7: "Bioethical Dilemmas at the End of Life" -- Presentation to the Milwaukee Rotary Club, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI. February 1: "Health Law Litigation/Legislation Update"— Joint presentation with State Representative Thomas Barrett and Dr. Arthur Derse at State Bar of Wisconsin Midwinter Convention, Hyatt Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. January 18: "Removal From Life Support: Medical, Moral and Legal Considerations"— Presentation at Veterans Administration Medical Center, Biloxi, MS. January 17: "Reproductive Technology" -- Presentation at Catholic-Jewish Conference Education Series, Milwaukee Jewish Council, Milwaukee, WI. January 4: "Medical Decisionmaking at the End of Life" — Presentation at the Milwaukee Estate Counselors Forum, M&I Bank, Milwaukee, WI.
1988

December 1: "Maternal-Fetal Conflicts" and "Active Euthanasia" -- Presentation to the Milwaukee Association of Phi Beta Kappa at the Aimual Founders' Day Banquet, UWM, Milwaukee, WI November 17: "AIDS in the Health Care Setting" -- Presentation at the "Health Law Forum '88," sponsored by Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau Claire, St. Francis Medical Center, LaCrosse, Quarles & Brady, Milwaukee and Madison, St. Francis Medical Center, LaCrosse, WI. November 16: "Legal and Ethical Issues in Continuing Care"— Presentation to meeting of the Continuing Care Coordinators of Greater Milwaukee, Holiday Inn-West, Milwaukee, WI. November 11: "Legal and Ethical Aspects of AIDS Care" -- Course presentation for "AIDS and the Dental Practitioner," Continuing Education Program on AIDS, Marquette University School of Dentistry, Milwaukee, WI. November 10: "Legal and Ethical Issues" -- Presentation at Gerontology Seminar "Focus on Aging- Exploring the Issues and Options," sponsored by the Midwest Geriatric Education Center, Sheraton Mayfair Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. 42

November 10: "Legal Implications for Dietitians" -- Presentation to 1988 Fall Conference of the Wisconsin Dietetic Association, Red Carpet Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. November 1: "Decisionmaking at the End of Life" — Presentation to the Probate Practice and Procedure Section of the Milwaukee Bar Association, Milwaukee, WI. October 27: "Ethical and Legal Issues - Reproductive Health and Sexually Transmitted Infections" -- Presentation at Continuing Education Course sponsored by Family Planning Health Services, Inc. and the Wisconsin Depai tment of Health and Social Services, Westwood Conference Center, Wausau, WI. October 26: "Perspectives on Medical Ethics" -- Presentation at Freshman Seminar, Target IVID Program, UWMilwaukee, Merrill Hall, Milwaukee, WI. October 25: "High Technology and The Dying Process" - Presentations at First Annual Pastoral Care Day, Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Waukesha, WI October 22: "Ethical and Legal Issues" -- Presentation at Workshop on Women and AIDS, Wisconsin Women's Health Network, Milwaukee, WI. October 18: "Bioethics" -- Presentation to the United Methodist Clergy of Milwaukee, Community United Methodist Church, Elm Grove, WI. October 11: "AIDS Forum" -- Panel Discussion at West Allis Central High School, West Allis, WI, October 5: "AIDS" -- Presentation to Medical Staff of Riverview Hospital, Wisconsin Rapids, WI. October 1: "The Legal Perspectives of Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders" -- Presentation at St. Michael's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. September 16: "What Are the Ethical Problems Surrounding Transplantation of Bone Marrow, Bone & Tissue. . .And Are There Any Ethical Solutions?" -- Presentation at Meeting of Wisconsin Council for Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness (WisCOTDA), Wyndham Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. September 15: "Ethics Workshop Panel" -- Joint Meeting of Wisconsin Society of Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians, Marriott Hotel, Brookfield, WI. September 8: "Ethics, Code/No Code and Long-Term Care" -- Presentation to Wisconsin Nursing Home Social Workers Association, Inc. Convention, Marc Plaza Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. August 25: "AIDS in the Workplace" -- Presentation and Workshop, Platteville School District, Platteville, WI. August 24: "Code vs. No Code" -- In-service Program for Northview/Linden Grove Nursing Home, Waukesha, WI. July 20: "Bioethics and the Law" -- Seminar co-sponsored by the State Bar of Wisconsin and the Center for the Study of Bioethics, Red Carpet Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. June 30: "HIV/AIDS and Nutrition Services: Ethical and Legal Issues" -- Presentation to Wisconsin WIC Program Annual Directors/Nutritionists Meeting, Mead Inn, Wisconsin Rapids, WI. June 16: "Bioethics" -- Presentation at State Bar Section and Division Leaders Training Workshop, Radisson Hotel, Oshkosh, WI. May 11: "In Vitro Fertilization" -- Presentation to Meeting of the Ethics Committee, Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Waukesha, WI. April 28: "Ethical/Legal Issues in the Allocation of Health Care Resources" -- Presentation at Wisconsin Retirement 43

Plan Professionals, Ltd., Milwaukee Athletic Club, Milwaukee, WI. April 20: "Medical Ethics"— Presentation to Washington County Medical Society, West Bend Country Club, West Bend, WI. April 16: "Clinical Ethics" -- Presentation at Annual Meeting of the Central Group on Medical Education (CGME), Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. April 15: "Bioethical Issues in Nursing"— Presentation to Organization for Advancement of Associate Degree Nursing, Country Inn, Pewaukee, WI. April 13: "Why Ethics? Application in Critical Care"— Presentation at Spring Conference of American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, Midway Motor Lodge, Glendale, WI. April 9: "Reproductive Rights"— Presentation at "Celebration 35" Program, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, IVIA. March 29: "Legal Rights of Health Care Providers" -- Presentation at Perinatal Outreach Program of Sinai Samaritan Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. March 28: "Legal/Medical Ethics" -- Presentation at Law Explorer Meeting, Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI. March 26: "Ethics of the Dying Patient" -- Panel Discussion for "Promoting Individual Liberties" Program, UWM, Milwaukee, WI. March 18: "The Role and Effect of the Do Not Resuscitate ("DNR") Order in Pediatric Hospital Care," -Presentation to the American Academy of Pediatrics, Hotel Sofitel, Chicago, IL. March 16: "Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care" -- Presentation at UW-M Continuing Education Program, Park East Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. March 15: "Bioethics"-- Presentation at the Ethics Committee Meeting, Lakeland Nursing Home, Elkhorn, WI. March 11: "Bioethics"-- Presentation to the Medical Staff of Fort Atkinson Memorial Hospital, Fort Atkinson, WI. February 25: "HIV/AIDS and Maternal and Child Health and Dental Care: Ethical and Legal Issues"— Presentation at Seminar sponsored by Wisconsin Division of Health, Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care, and March of Dimes, The Concourse Hotel, Madison, WI. February 23: "Who Will Shape the Future of Blood Centers?" -- Presentation at Annual Meeting of Council of Community Blood Centers, Doubletree Hotel, Scottsdale, AZ. February 18: "Nonapproved or Nonbeneficial Treatments of AIDS: An Analysis of the Ethical, Legal and Medical Issues" -- Presentation at the Second National Interdisciplinary Conference on Justice in Health Care, Radisson Hotel, Orlando, FL. February 12: "Ethics and Health Care"— Presentation at In-Service Meeting for Social Services Staff, Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. February 4-5: Invited participant in the American Bar Association's National Conference on Birth, Death, and Law, Penn Tower Hotel, Philadelphia, PA. February 2: "Medical Ethics Issues" -- Presentation to Senior Men's Club, Jewish Community Center, Milwaukee, WI. January 27: "Medical and Legal Issues in the Care of an AIDS Patient: A Case Study"— Co-Presentation with David Schiedelmayer, M.D., 1988 State Bar of Wisconsin Midwinter Convention & Annual Judicial Conference, 44

Hyatt/MECCA, Milwaukee, WI. January 21: "Legal Problems of the Elderly"— Presentation at the State Bar of Wisconsin Seminar, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. January 20: "AIDS: Legal and Ethical Issues" -- Presentation at "AIDS: Collaborative Care", Annual Winter Conference of the Greater Milwaukee Area Chapter of the American Association of CriticalCare Nurses, Sinai Samaritan Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. January 14: "Legal/Ethical Issues in Treatment of Suicidal Patients" -- Presentation at St. Francis Hospital Ethics Committee Meeting, Milwaukee, WI.
1987

December 4: "Bioethical Implications of AIDS"-- Presentation at "The AIDS Challenge" program sponsored by Whyte & Hirschboeck, Milwaukee Marriott, Milwaukee, WI. November 19: "Medical and Legal Implications of Euthanasia" -- Presentation to Dodge County Medical Society, Horicon/Beaver Dam, WI. November 17: "Surrogate Parenting" -- Presentation at Planned Parenthood Membership Meeting, Milwaukee Athletic Club, Milwaukee, WI. November 14: "Medical Ethics in Today's World"-- Case Presentation with David Schiedennayer, M.D., and Charles Junkerman, M.D., sponsored by the Medical College of Wisconsin and Howard Young Medical Center, Woodruff, WI. November 11: "Hard Decisions: Problems in Medical Ethics and the Functions of an Ethics Committee"-- Panel Discussion on Medical Ethics, sponsored by the Dept tment of Philosophy and the Target MD Program, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, UWM Union, Milwaukee, WI. November 5: "HIV and Ethical Issues" -- Presentation at a continuing education course sponsored by the Department of Health and Social Services of the State of Wisconsin, Wausau, WI. November 3: "Ethical/Legal Dilemmas Surrounding Deathand Dying" -- Presentation at Cardiovascular Critical Care Nursing Symposium sponsored by Mount Sinai Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. October 27: "Treatment Decisions"— Presentation at conference for the Bar and Medical Associations of Brown, Door, and Kewaunee Counties, Luxemburg, WI. October 13: "Bioethics" -- Presentation to Family Practice Residents, St. Michael's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. October 9: "Ethics and Reproductive Health Care"— Presentation at Planned Parenthood Staff Development Day, Pewaukee, WI. October 7: "Ethics"-- Presentation to Shorewood Men's Club, Hubbard Lodge, Shorewood, WI. October 6: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Medical Treatment for Critically Ill Handicapped Infants"-- Sponsored by the Wisconsin Depat talent of Health and Social Services' Bureau of Children, Youth and Families and the Wisconsin Coalition for Advocacy, Madison, WI. October 1: "AIDS: Legal and Ethical Issues" -- Presentation at Madison Area Employers Health Care Coalition Seminar, Madison, WI. September 16: "Legal Aspects of Ethical Issues"-- Presentation at "Coping with Ethical Issues in Perinatal Care" Conference, sponsored by Southeast Region of the Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care, Brookfield, WI. 45

September 16: "Ethical Issues in Working with Alzheimer's Patients and Families"-- Presentation at program sponsored by University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Information and Training Center, Brookfield, WI. September 9: "Ethical Implications of Use of the Living Will in Care ofthe Terminally Ill" -- Presentation at International Conference on Multidisciplinary Aspects of Terminal Care, Glasgow, Scotland. July 24: "Maternal/Fetal Conflicts"-- Presentation to Medical Staff at Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls, WI. June 17: "Ethical/Legal Dilemmas Surrounding AIDS"— Presentation to Health Care Personnel at Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. June 10: "Developments in Terminating Care"— Presentation at Mount Cannel Nursing Home, Milwaukee, WI. May 26: "Dentistry and Informed Consent" -- Presentation at Veterans Administration Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. May 21: "Medical Malpractice and the Doctor/Patient Relationship" -- Presentation at Medical College of Wisconsin's Center for the Study of Bioethics National Conference, Brookfield, WI. May 15: "DNR" -- Presentation to Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider Course, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. May 7: "Surrogate Parenting" -- Presentation to Wisconsin Association for Infant Development, Milwaukee, WI. May 1: "Technological Advances, High Costs, and Emerging/Legal Ethical Dilemmas"-- Presentation at the Transformation of the American Health Care System Symposium, Wisconsin Rapids, WI. April 23: "Infant Organ Donation" -- Presentation to Wisconsin Perinatal Social Workers, Milwaukee County Medical Complex, Milwaukee, WI. April 16: "Planning for the Impaired Client"-- Presentation to Waukesha Estate Planning Council, Tumblebrook Country Club, Waukesha, WI. March 31: "Ethical and Legal Questions in Institutional Care for the Aging"-- Presentation at Lutheran Agencies/Institutions Conference, Mead Inn, Wisconsin Rapids, WI. March 27: "Legal and Ethical Issues" -- Presentation at Midwestern Geriatric Education Center's Intensive Training Program, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. March 19: "Legal and Ethical Issues in Nursing" -- Presentation at Annual Conference for Community Health Nurses, Sheraton Mayfair, Milwaukee, WI. February 13: "Health Care Costs, Allocation, and Ethics" -- Presentation at Waukesha County Technical Institute, Waukesha, WI. February 4: "Legal Considerations of Medical Systems" -- Presentation at 7th Annual Conference on Computing in Critical Care", Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. January 29: "Treatment Decisions" -- Presentation at State Bar of Wisconsin's 1987 Midwinter Convention, Hyatt Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. January 28: "Treatment Ethics for the Severely Impaired Client"— Presentation at Curative Rehabilitation Center, Milwaukee, WI. January 22: "Terminating Food and Water Support of the Terminally Ill" -- Presentation at 17th Annual Winter Refresher Course for Family Physicians, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. 46

1986

December 19: "Fetal Rights"— Grand Rounds to OB/GYN Department, Milwaukee County Medical Complex, Milwaukee, WI. December 17: "Future Perspectives in Psychiatry - Ethics" -- Continuing Education Series sponsored by the Milwaukee Psychiatric Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. December 15: "Medical Ethics" -- Presentation to Spinal Cord Injury Unit Medical Staff, Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. December 8: "Medical Ethics"-- Presentation at the Milwaukee Jewish Home, Milwaukee, WI. November 13: "Bioethics at the End of Life" -- Presentation at St. Edmund's Church, Grafton, WI. November 4: "Heart of the Matter - Bioethical Concerns in Critical Care Nursing" -- Presentation at 9th Annual Mount Sinai Symposium, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. October 22: "Medical Ethics" -- Presentation at Unitarian Church West, Brookfield, WI. October 22: "Ethical Problems in Health and Medicine" -- Presentation to UW-Milwaukee Target MD Class, Milwaukee, WI. October 17: "Death and Dying" -- Presentation at the 1986 American Society of Law & Medicine Annual General Meeting, Cambridge, IVIA. October 13: "Ethical and Moral Issues of Organ Donation and Transplantation" -- Presentation at Milwaukee Regional Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. October 11: "Wisconsin Living Will Update"— Presentation at 1986 Fall Conference of Wisconsin Association of Medical Directors, Sheraton Inn, Madison, WI. October 11: "Ethical Issues in Organ Transplantation" -- Presentation at Medical College of Wisconsin's Parent Day Program, Milwaukee, WI. October 3: "Legal Aspects of Nutritional Support" -- Presentation to Wisconsin Association of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, Milwaukee Marriott, Brookfield, WI. September 21: "Living Wills"-- Presentation at Grace Lutheran Church, Grafton, WI. July 16, July 23, August 20: "Medical, Legal and Ethical Issues in Physiatry"-- Presentation to Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Curative Rehabilitation Center, Milwaukee, WI. July 14: "Ethics Committees" -- Presentation at Kenosha Memorial Hospital, Kenosha, WI. June 12: "Ethics and Treatment Termination" -- Presentation at 1986 National Health Lawyers' Annual Update Convention, San Francisco, CA. May 23: "Bioethics" -- Grand Rounds, Depai Inent of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Milwaukee County Medical Complex, Milwaukee, WI. May 15: "Addressing Bioethical Dilemmas: Politics, Press, Medicine" -- Presentation at Bioethics Center Conference, Milwaukee Marriott, Milwaukee, WI. May 9: "Legal Implications of Baby Doe" -- Presentation to meeting of Association of Children's Prosthetic and Orthotic Clinic, Milwaukee, WI. 47

May 8-9: "Circles of Long Term Care: The Providers, The Consumers and the Care-Givers"-- Presentation to the Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, Inc., The Abbey, Lake Geneva, WI. May 3: "Bioethics Decisions in Life"— Presentation at Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. May 2: "Practical Genetics for the OB/GYN Nurse"— Presentation to WI Nurses Association of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Marc Plaza Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. April 27: "Decisionmaking in the Hospital" -- Presentation at Christ Episcopal Church, Milwaukee, WI. April 24: "Active Euthanasia" -- Presentation at Medical College of Wisconsin Research and Graduate Studies Program, Milwaukee, WI. April 13: "Bioethical Dilemmas at the End of Life" -- Presentation at Temple Sinai, Milwaukee, WI. April 8: "Ethical Issues in Care of the Elderly" --Presentation to Columbia Hospital Medical Staff, Milwaukee, WI.. April 3: "Right to Health Care/Allocation of Resources"— Presentation to UW-Madison Law Students, Madison, WI. March 27: "The Status of Bioethics in the Milwaukee Area" -- Presentation to Nurisng In-service Educators of Greater Milwaukee Area, Milwaukee, WI. March 18: "Moral Dilemmas for Social Workers in the Medical Setting" -- Presentation to Milwaukee Social Workers, Milwaukee, WI. March 14: "Bioethics Committees"— Presentation at Wisconsin Medical Staff Services Association's Midwinter Education Program, Milwaukee, WI. March 13: "Bioethical Dilemmas at the End of Life"— Presentation at Fairhaven's 25th Anniversary Outreach Program, Whitewater, WI. March 11: "Aging and Death Decisions" -- Presentation to Milwaukee Area Clergy, St. Luke's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. March 6: "Nurses and Bioethics" -- Presentation to Waukesha Nursing Personnel, Midway Motor Lodge, Brookfield, WI. February 18: "The Role of Legislation in Medical Ethics" -- Presentation to American Association of University Women, Milwaukee, WI. January 24: "Bioethics" -- Presentation to Medical Records Professionals, Midway Motor Lodge, Milwaukee, WI. 1985 December 6: "Legal/Ethical Dilemmas at the End of Life"— Presentation at conference sponsored by Mount Sinai Medical Center, Sheraton Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. November 25: "Bioethical Issues at the End of Life" -- Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc., Milwaukee, WI. November 19: "The Life and Death Decision: Ethics and Illness" -- Presentation at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. October 25: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Psychiatric Nursing" -- Presentation at Psychiatric Nursing Consortium of the Greater Milwaukee Area Conference, Sheraton Mayfair Inn, Milwaukee, WI. October 4: "Legalities in Medical Ethics,"-- Presentation at 1985 Fall Conference, Wisconsin Association of Homes 48

and Services for the Aging, Paper Valley Hotel & Conference Center, Appleton, WI. September 4: Medical Ethics Presentation to Medical Staff, Mercy Medical Center, Oshkosh, WI August 13: "Bioethical Dilemmas at the End of Life"-- Presentation to Milwaukee Women's Law Association, Wisconsin Club, Milwaukee, WI. July 14: "Ethical and Legal Aspects of Nutritional Support in Persistently Vegetative Geriatric Patients"— Paper presented at XIIIth International Congress of Gerontology, Rockefeller Center Hilton, New York, NY. June 25: "Ethical Issues in Nursing" -- Presentation to Nursing Staff, St. Luke's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. June 20: "The Emerging Rights of the Fetus" -- Presentation to Medical Staff at West Allis Memorial Hospital, West Allis, WI. June 7: "Legal Implications Involved in Treatment of the High-Cost Patient"— Presentation at Wisconsin Hospital Association/Wisconsin State Medical Society Biomedical Ethics Conference, The American Club, Kohler, WI. June 6: "Legal Implications of Improved Perinatal Survival" -- Presentation at Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, IL. June 5: "The Living Will" -- Workshop for Archdiocesan Association of Christian Mothers Conference, Milwaukee, WI. June 3: "Bioethical Issues in Care of the Dying"-- Presentation to Nursing Staff at Milwaukee County Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. May 16: "Legal and Ethical Concerns in Nursing" -- Presentation to Waukesha Area Nursing Administrators, Waukesha, WI. May 15: "Bioethical Dilemmas in Family Practice"— Presentation to Medical Staff and Residents, Good Samaritan Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. May 8: "Bioethics" -- Community Health Series presentation, St. Luke's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. April 12: "Legal Considerations in the Care of the Medically Indigent"— S.S.M. Health Care Conference, Midway Motor Lodge, Milwaukee, WI. April 11: "Living Wills/No Code Legislation and Related Ethical Issues" -- Workshop presented at UW-M School of Nursing Conference on "Gerontological Nursing" at Milwaukee Marriott, Milwaukee, WI. March 26: "Developments in Baby Doe Legislation"-- Presentation to Prenatal Medical Staff, Milwaukee County Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. March 22: Ethics Seminar for Health Professionals and Clergy, Co-sponsored by St. Vincent Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital Medical Center, Green Bay, WI March 12: "Contemporary Factors that Impact on Ethics"— Meeting of Milwaukee District Nurses Association at Alverno College, Milwaukee, WI. March 11: Conference on "Organ Transplantation: Problems of Procurement, Funding, and Rationing/Fashioning Wisconsin's Response" -- UW-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI. March 5: "Health Care Ethics Encountered in a Small Community Hospital"-- Hartford Community Hospital, Hartford, WI. January 23: "New Forms of Professional Liability: Liability Flowing from the Cost/QualityDichotomy"-- State Bar 49

of Wisconsin Midwinter Convention, Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI.
1984

December 20: "Consent & Confidentiality"— Stanley Seeger Auditorium, Milwaukee Children's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI . November 30: "Legal/Ethical Issues in Organ Transplantation" -- Division of Graduate Studies, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. November 27: "The Right to Live or Die" -- Women's Division, Milwaukee Jewish Federation, Milwaukee, WI. November 20: Symposium on Medical Ethics for Class h Moral Theology, Nashotah House, Nashotah, WI. November 14: "Nutritional Support for Geriatric Patients" -- In-Service at Family Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. November 1: "Access to Health Care" -- Waukesha County Bar Association, Waukesha, WI. October 23: "Living Wills" -- In-Service, Family Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. October 11: Clinical Geriatrics: Continuing Education Program, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. October 10: "Ethical Issues Surrounding the End of Life" St. Michael's Hospital,Milwaukee, WI. October 10: Bureau of Quality Compliance Ethics Panel, State of Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services, Madison, WI. October 1: "Ethical Issues at the Beginning of Life"— St. Michael's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. September 22: "Bioethical Issues of the Newborn"— 4th Annual Mead Johnson Pediatric Symposium, Brookfield, WI. September 19: "Some Legal Concerns in the Care of the Aged"-- Lincoln Lutheran Nursing Home of Racine, Racine, WI. August 14: Staff In-service, Milwaukee County Medical Complex, Milwaukee, WI. August 11: "Coping with 'Baby Doe' - Ethical Health Care for Infants and Children in the Mid-80's"-- A conference sponsored by Milwaukee Children's Hospital at the Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. August 5: Symposium on"Death, Dying and the Law"— Jewish Home for the Aged, Milwaukee, WI. June 21: "Bioethics: An Overview"-- Health Care Public Relations Society of Southeastern Wisconsin, Good Samaritan Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. May 23: "Equitable Access to Health Care: Ethical and Legal Guidelines" -- Southeastern Wisconsin Health Systems Agency, Inc., Marc Plaza Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. May 9: Case Conference, ICU Nurses, Elmbrook Memorial Hospital, Brookfield, WI. May 5: "Care of the Chronically Ill: Ethical and Legal Dimensions" -- Arthritis Foundation/Wisconsin Chapter Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. April 27: "Contemporary Medical Ethics/Law and Medicine: Current Concerns"-- Wisconsin Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals, Marc Plaza Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. April 26: "Baby Doe: Understanding the Implications of a Bioethical Dilemma"— Association of American Medical 50

Colleges/Group on Public Affairs - Midwest/Great Plains Region, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. April 25: "Baby Doe' Dilemmas: Decisions to Withhold Medical Treatment"-- University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison, WI. April 18: "Sense and Sensitivity in Medical Ethics" -- Target-MD Program Instructors, University of WisconsinMilwaukee, Milwaukee, WI. April 13: "Euthanasia: Legal Dimensions of the 'Right to Diem-- NOFTY (National Organization for Temple Youth) Lecture, Temple Shalom, Milwaukee, WI. March 22: "Confidentiality, Ethics and the Law"— Depai Linent of Psychiatry and Mental Health Sciences, Milwaukee County Medical Complex, Milwaukee, WI. March 14: "Questions in Bioethics" -- Temple Beth Israel, Milwaukee, WI. March 11: "The Aged in Crisis: A Jewish View of the Responsibilities of Family, Community and Medical Personnel" -- Jewish Home for the Aged, Milwaukee, WI. March 8: "Care of the Elderly: Ethical and Legal Issues"— Lutheran Homes of Oconomowoc, Oconomowoc, WI. February 21: "The Living Will"-- Adult Education Series: Temple Sinai, Milwaukee, WI. February 15: "The Relationship of Law and Ethics to Medical Social Work" -- Association of Regional Medical Social Workers, Civic Center, Milwaukee, WI February 14: "The Legal Definition of Death"— Adult Education Series: Temple Sinai, Milwaukee, WI.
1983

December 15: "The Role of Institutional Ethics Committees and Medical Treatment Decisions"— Hospital Council of Greater Milwaukee Area - St. Joseph's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. December 2: "Ethical and Legal Considerations in the Care of Grossly Disabled Children" -- Penfield Children's Center, Milwaukee, WI. November 29: "Ethical and Legal Dilemmas of the Health Team" American Cancer Society/Milwaukee Division (Nursing Conference) Red Carpet Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. November 28: "Pediatric Care and the Issue of Legal Competence" -- Ethics Conference (Grand Rounds), Milwaukee Children's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. November 22: "Bioethics Issues in Perinatology"-- Depai ment of Gynecology and Obstetrics, St. Mary's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. November 15: "Current Issues in Medical Ethics" -- Chaplains and Medical Staff, St. Michael's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. November 10: "Legal and Ethical Problems in Modern Medical Care" -- University of Wisconsin-Extension, Civic Center Campus, Milwaukee, WI. November 9: "Ethical and Legal Considerations in the Management of theInfant Born Before the 26th Week of Gestation"— Mount Sinai Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. October 26: "Ethical and Legal Issues: Sanctity of Life and 'No-Code' Orders"-- AMS Greentree Health Care Center (Annual Medical Staff Breakfast), Glendale, WI. 51

October 25: "Ethical and Legal Aspects of Health Care" -- Pioneer Women's Organization, Village Library, Brown Deer, WI. October 19: "Quality of Life: Ethical and Legal Aspects" - - Milwaukee Neuropsychiatric Society, University Club, Milwaukee, WI. October 14: "Bioethics" -- Wisconsin Nursing Home Social Workers Association, Hyatt Regency, Milwaukee, WI. September 22, 24: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Nursing" -- Lecture series delivered to nursing students in the School of Nursing, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. August 22: "The Allocation/Priority Question"— Children's Hospital Nurses, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. July 13: Repeat of July 12, Milwaukee County Medical Complex Family Practice Center: St. Mary's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. July 12: "Ethics of Life Support"— Depai nient of Internal Medicine, St. Luke's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI. May 4: "Contemporary Medicine: An Ethical and Legal Overview"— Medical and Allied Health Staff; VA Medical Center, Wood, WI. April 22: "Legal Developments Concerning Critical Care Medicine" -- Health Law Section/State Bar Association; Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee, WI. April 19: "Legal and Ethical Dilemmas in Emergency Medicine"— Depai talent of Emergency Medicine, Milwaukee County Medical Complex, Milwaukee, WI. April 14: "Bioethics: Science vs. Human Values" -- St. Norbert College, De Pere, WI. April 10: "Ethical Considerations in Medical Practice" -- Mount Hope Lutheran Church, Milwaukee, WI. April 8: "Ethics, Law and Nursing"-- Children's Hospital Nurses, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. April 4-5: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Medicine and the Media" -- Presented at the Bioethics Center's public symposium on "The Allocation of Medical Resources - Health Care in Today's Society: A Right or a Privilege?" Milwaukee, WI. March 21: "Medical Ethics Committees"— Elmbrook Memorial Hospital (Quarterly Staff Meeting) Western Racquet Club, Elm Grove, WI. March 16: "Ethical and Legal Aspects of Contemporary Nursing" -- Milwaukee County Medical Complex, Milwaukee, WI. March 3: "Ethical and Legal Issues in Critical Care Medicine"-- Respiratory Care Services - Milwaukee Children's Hospital, Hyatt Regency - Milwaukee, WI. February 23: "Scientific Intervention and the Law"— Public conference on "Human Reproduction and Technology" presented by the Bioethics Center, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI.
1982

September 23: "Legal Aspects of Medical Treatment Decisions"— Health Law Section/State Bar of Wisconsin; Americana Resort, Lake Geneva, WI. 52

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