Joseph J. Fins, MD, MACP

Publications

Peer Reviewed Articles and Publications

1. Decker S, Fins JJ, Frances R. Cocaine and Chest Pain. Hospital and Community Psychiatry 1987;38:464-466.

2. Fins JJ. How Many Hours? Hastings Center Report 1990:20(2) 3-4.

3. Fins JJ , Bogdonoff MD. 1990 Update on the Treatment of Congestive Heart Failure. Drug Therapy 1990;20(5):35-38.

4. Bogdonoff MD, Fins JJ. University Medical Center Participation in Residency Training Programs of Graduates of Foreign Medical Schools. Annals of Internal Medicine 1991;114(5):426-427.

5. Fins JJ. Professional Responsibility: A Perspective on the Bell Commission Reforms. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 1991; 67 (4):359-364.

6. Fins JJ. A Call for Access. The Hastings Center Report 1991;21(5):2-3.

7. Wolf SM, Boyle P, Callahan D, Fins JJ, Jennings B, Lindemann Nelson J, Barondess JA, Brock DW, Dresser R, Emanuel L, Johnson S, Lantos J, Mason DR, Mezey M, Orentlicher D, and Rouse F. Sources of concern about the Patient Self-Determination Act. The New England Journal of Medicine 1991;325:1666-1671.

8. Fins JJ. Palliation in the Age of Chronic Disease. The Hastings Center Report 1992; 22 (1):41-42.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ. Palliation in the Age of Chronic Disease. In Cases in Bioethics: Selections from the Hastings Center Report. 2nd Edition. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993.

Fins JJ. Palliation in the Age of Chronic Disease. In, Cases in Bioethics: Selections from the Hastings Center Report. 3rd Edition. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998.

9. Barondess JA, Federman DA, and Fins JJ. Ethical Issues in Clinical Practice: Report on A Congress of Clinical Societies. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 1992; 40:392.

10. Fins JJ. Foreign Debt. At the Center. The Hastings Center Report 1992;22(3).

11. Fins JJ. The Hidden Costs of Market-Based Health Care Reform. The Hastings Center Report 1992;22(3):6.

12. Fins JJ. The Patient Self-Determination Act and Patient-Physician Collaboration in New York State. New York State Journal of Medicine 1992;92(11):489-493.

13. Fins JJ. PAHO's Progress. The Hastings Center Report 1993; 23(2): 2.

14. Fins JJ. The Rationing of Health Care: A Doctor's Dilemma. With remarks by respondents summarized by Hart CW.Journal of Religion and Health 1993;32(1):9-20.

15. Fins JJ. When the limits are not their own: Why the elderly must participate in health care reform. The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 1993;41(4):462-463.

16. Fins JJ. Praxis makes Perfect? The Hastings Center Report 1993;23(5):16-19.

17. Fins JJ. Encountering Diversity: Medical Ethics and Pluralism. The Journal of Religion and Health 1994; 33(1):23-27.

18. Fins JJ. BioEthics with Portfolio. The Hastings Center Report 1994;24(3):4.

19. Fins JJ. Futility in Clinical Practice: Report on a Congress of Clinical Societies. Journal American Geriatrics Society 1994;42:861-865.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ. In, Futility in Clinical Practice: Report on a Congress of Clinical Societies. Caring for the Dying: Identification and Promotion of Physician Competency (Collection of Relevant Reprints). Philadelphia: American Board of Internal Medicine, 1996.

20. Fins JJ. Prescription for Health Care Reform: A Page from the Formulary. Pharmacy and Therapeutics 1994;19:750-759.

21. Peterson P and Fins JJ. Abnormal Hemostasis in the Elderly Patient. Clinical Hemostasis Review 1994;8(12):18.

22. Fins JJ and Bacchetta MD. Physician Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia Debate: An Annotated Bibliography of Representative Articles. The Journal of Clinical Ethics 1994: 5(4):329-340.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ and Bacchetta MD. Physician Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia Debate: An Annotated Bibliography of Representative Articles. In, Caring for the Dying: Identification and Promotion of Physician Competency. (Collection of Relevant Reprints). Philadelphia: American Board of Internal Medicine,1996.

23. Fins JJ. At the Center: Practicing on the Saw Mill River Parkway. The Hastings Center Report. 1995;25(2).

24. Fins JJ. Across the Divide: Religious Objections to Brain Death. Journal of Religion and Health. 1995;34(1): 33-39.

25. Fins JJ and Bacchetta MD. Framing the Physician-Assisted Suicide and Voluntary Active Euthanasia Debate: The Role of Deontology, Consequentialism, and Clinical Pragmatism. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 1995;43(5):563-568.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ and Bacchetta MD. Framing the Physician-Assisted Suicide and Voluntary Active Euthanasia Debate: The Role of Deontology, Consequentialism, and Clinical Pragmatism. In, Caring for the Dying: Identification and Promotion of Physician Competency. (Collection of Relevant Reprints). Philadelphia: American Board of Internal Medicine,1996.

26. Fins JJ and Viederman M. But is it Assisted Suicide? The Hastings Center Report 1995;25(3):24-25.

27. Davidowitz-Farkas Z and Fins JJ. Response to "What would you do? An investigation into Jewish biomedical ethics." Sh'ma 26/496. September 1, 1995.

28. Fins JJ. The Hospital as Ecosystem. Ecosystem Health 1995;1(4): 255-259.

29. Zaubler TS, Viederman M, and Fins JJ. Ethical, Legal, and Psychiatric Issues in Capacity, Competence, and Informed Consent: An Annotated Bibliography of Representative Articles. General Hospital Psychiatry 1996;18(3):155-172.

30. Fins JJ. Physician Assisted Suicide and the Right to Care. Cancer Control: Journal of the Moffitt Cancer Center 1996;3(3):272-278.

31. Miller FG and Fins JJ. A Proposal to Restructure Hospital Care for Dying Patients. New England Journal of Medicine 1996;334:1740-1742.

32. Fins JJ. From Indifference to Goodness. Journal of Religion and Health 1996;35(3): 245-254.

33. Hauck LC, Fins JJ, Notterman DA. Parental Attitudes Concerning End of Life Decisions in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Pediatrics 1996;98:548-549 (supplement).

34. Miller FG, Fins JJ, and Bacchetta MD. Clinical Pragmatism: John Dewey and Clinical Ethics. The Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy 1996;13(27):27-51.

Reprinted as:

Miller FG, Fins JJ, and Bacchetta MD. Clinical Pragmatism: John Dewey and Clinical Ethics. In, Frontiers in Bioethics: Essays Dedicated to John C. Fletcher. Miller FG, Editor. Hagerstown Maryland: University Publishing Group, 2000.

35. Fins JJ. Public Attitudes about Pain and Analgesics: Clinical Implications. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 1997;13(3):169-171.

36. Fins JJ. Advance directives and SUPPORT. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 1997; 45: 519-520.

37. Fins JJ and Miller FG. The Call of the Sirens: Navigating the Ethics of Medication-Free Research in Schizophrenia. Archives of General Psychiatry 1997;54:415-416.

38. Fins JJ. What Medicine and the Law should do for the Physician-Assisted Suicide Debate. CCAR Journal Spring 1997:46-53.

39. Fins JJ, Bacchetta MD, and Miller FG. Clinical Pragmatism: A Method of Moral Problem Solving. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 1997;7(2):129-145.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ, Bacchetta MD, and Miller FG. Clinical Pragmatism: A Method of Moral Problem Solving. In, Pragmatic Bioethics,. McGee G, Editor. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press. 1999.

40. Bacchetta MD and Fins JJ. The Economics of Clinical Ethics Programs: A Quantitative Justification. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1997;6(4):451-460.

41. Fins JJ. Approximation and Negotiation: Clinical Pragmatism and Difference. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1998;7(1);68-76.

42. Fins JJ. Ethics Rounds: An Introduction to the Series. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 1998;15(2):134-135.

43. Fins JJ and Blacksher E. The Ethics of Managed Care: Report on a Congress of Clinical Societies. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 1998;46:309-313.

44. Fins JJ. Drug Benefits in Managed Care: Seeking Ethical Guidance from the Formulary? Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 1998;46:346-350.

45. Fins JJ. A Medical Trust Fund for Managed Care: The Legacy of Hughley versus Rocky Mountain Health Care Maintenance Organization. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 1998;46:365-368.

46. Fins JJ, Miller FG, Bacchetta MD. Clinical Pragmatism: Bridging Theory and Practice. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 1998;8(1):39-44.

47. Fins JJ. Challenges to the Doctor-Patient Relationship in Managed Care: A Tale of Two Prescriptions. Seminars in Medical Practice 1998;1(1):22-26.

48. Fins JJ. Resuscitation in Hospice. The Hastings Center Report 1998;28(6):21-22.

49. Fins JJ. Voices at the End of Life: A Teaching Parable. Medical Humanities Review 1998;12(2):29-38.

50. Fins JJ, Miller FG, Acres CA, Bacchetta MD, Huzzard LL, and Rapkin BD. End-of-Life Decision-Making in the Hospital: Current Practices and Future Prospects. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 1999;17(1):6-15.

51. Fins JJ. When Brain Death pulls at the Heart Strings. In, Caring for the Dying, Identification and Promotion of Physician Competency: New Additions to Personal Narratives. Philadelphia: American Board of Internal Medicine, 1999.

52. Fins JJ. Acts of Omission and Commission in Pain Management: The Ethics of Naloxone Use. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 1999;17(2):120-124.

53. Fins JJ. From Contract to Covenant in Advance Care Planning. Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 1999;27:46-51.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ. From Contract to Covenant in Advance Care Planning. In, Caring for the Dying. Baird RM and Rosenbaum SE, editors. Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books. 2003.

54. Fins JJ. Death and Dying in the 1990's: Intimations of Reality and Immortality.

Generations: Journal of the American Society on Aging 1999; 23(1): 81-86.

55. Miller FG and Fins JJ. Protecting Vulnerable Research Subjects without Unduly Constraining Neuropsychiatric Research. Archives of General Psychiatry 1999;56:701-702.

56. Danis M, Federman D, Fins JJ, Kastenbaum B, Lanken PN, Long K, Lowenstein

E, Lynn J, Rouse F, and Tulsky J. Incorporating Palliative Care into Critical Care Education: Principles, Challenges and Opportunities. Critical Care Medicine 1999; 27(9): 2005-13.

57. Fins JJ and Miller FG. Clinical Pragmatism, Ethics Consultation and the Elderly. Clinics in Geriatric Medicine 2000;16: 71-81.

58. Miller FG, Fins JJ, and Snyder L. Assisted Suicide and Refusal of Treatment: Valid Distinction? Annals of Internal Medicine 2000; 132(6):470-475.

59. Fins JJ. Professionalism and Pain Management. Journal of Pain and Symptom

Management 2000; 19(2):156-157.

60. Fins JJ. A Proposed Ethical Framework for Interventional Cognitive Neuroscience: A Consideration of Deep Brain Stimulation in Impaired Consciousness. Neurological Research 2000;22:273-278.

61. Fins JJ and Nilson EG. An Approach to Educating Residents about Palliative Care and Clinical Ethics. Academic Medicine 2000;75(6):662-665.

62. Meekin SA, Klein JE, Fleischman AR, and Fins JJ. Development of a Palliative Education Assessment Tool for Medical Student Education. Academic Medicine 2000;75(10): 986-992.

63. Fins JJ and Miller FG. Enrolling Decisionally Incapacitated Subjects in Neuropsychiatric Research. CNS Spectrums 2000;5(10):32-42.

64. Fins JJ. Principles in Palliative Care: An Overview. Journal of Respiratory

Care 2000;45(11): 1320-1330.

65. Fins JJ, Guest RS, and Acres CA. Gaining Insight into the Care of Hospitalized Dying Patients: An Interpretative Narrative Analysis. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2000; 20(6): 399-407.

66. Fins JJ and Solomon MZ. Communication in Intensive Care Settings:

The Challenge of Futility Disputes. Critical Care Medicine 2001;29 (Suppl.):N10-N15.

67. Fins JJ and Schachter M. Investigators, industry and the heuristic device. Ethics, patent law and clinical innovation. Accountability in Research 2001; 8(3): 219-233.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ and Schachter M. Investigators, Industry and the Heuristic Device. In, Business and Research. Proceedings of the Third National Conference on the Business of Human Experiments: Ethical, Legal and Regulatory Issues. Shamoo AE and Moreno J, eds. New York: Taylor & Francis. 2002. pp 91-105.

68. Fins JJ. Vowing to Care. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2002;23(1):54-57.

69. Wood EB, Meekin SA, Fins JJ and Fleischman AR. Enhancing Palliative Care Education in Medical School Curricula: Implementation of the Palliative Education Assessment Tool. Academic Medicine 2002;77(4): 285-291.

70. Schiff ND, Ribary U, Moreno DR, Beattie B, Kronberg E, Blasberg R, Giacino J, McCagg C, Fins JJ, Llinas R and Plum F. Residual Cerebral Activity and Behavioural Fragments Can Remain in the Persistently Vegetative Brain. Brain 2002;125:1210-1234.

71. Fins JJ. When the Prognosis Leads to Indifference. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2002;5(4):571-573.

72. Fins JJ and Schachter M. Patently Controversial: Markets, Morals, and the
President's Proposal for Embryonic Stem Cell Research. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 2002;12(3):265-278.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ and Schachter M. Patently Controversial: Markets, Morals, and the
President's Proposal for Embryonic Stem Cell Research. In, Informational and Decisional Privacy. Schachter, M, ed. Durham: Carolina Academic Press. 2003. pp. 760-769.

73. Maltby BS and Fins JJ. Informing the patient-proxy covenant: An educational
approach for advance care planning. Innovations in End-of-Life Care 2003;5(2):www.edc.org/lastacts.

74. DiMichele D, Miller FG and Fins JJ. Gene therapy ethics and haemophilia: An inevitable future? Haemophilia 2003;9(2): 145-152.

75. Fins JJ, Gentilesco BJ, Carver A, Lister P, Acres CA, Payne R and Storey-Johnson C. Reflective Practice and Palliative Care Education: A Clerkship responds to the Informal and Hidden Curriculum. Academic Medicine 2003;78(3):307-312.

76. Fins JJ. Constructing an Ethical Stereotaxy for Severe Brain Injury: Balancing Risks, Benefits and Access. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2003;4: 323-327.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ. Constructing an Ethical Stereotaxy for Severe Brain Injury. In, Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Readings in Neuroethics. Glannon W, editor. The Dana Foundation Series on Neuroethics. New York: Dana Press, 2007. pp. 330-343.

77. Fins JJ. Legislating Evidence-Based Cancer Care. The Oncologist 2003; 8(2):128-31.

78. Fins JJ. Removing the Mask. The Hastings Center Report 2003;33(2): 12-13.

79. Fins JJ. From Psychosurgery to Neuromodulation and Palliation: History's Lessons for the Ethical Conduct and Regulation of Neuropsychiatric Research. Neurosurgery Clinics of North America 2003;14(2): 303-319.

80. Tash JA, Applegarth LD, Kerr SM, Fins JJ, Rosenwaks Z and Schlegel, PN. Post-Mortem Sperm Retrieval: The effect of instituting guidelines. The Journal of Urology 2003; 170(5): 1922-1925.

81. Eachempati SR, Miller FG and Fins JJ. The surgical intensivist as mediator of end-of-life issues in the care of critically ill patients. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 2003;197(5): 847-853.

82. Fins JJ. Deep Brain Stimulation. In, Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 3rd Edition. Post,

SG, Editor-in-Chief. New York: MacMillan Reference, 2004. Volume 2, pp. 629-634.

83. Raik BL, Miller FG and Fins JJ. Screening and Cognitive Impairment: Ethics of Forgoing Mammography in Older Women. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2004;52(3):440-444.

84. Schiff ND and Fins JJ. Hope for "Comatose" Patients. Cerebrum 2003; 5(4): 7-24.

Reprinted as:

Schiff ND and Fins JJ. Hope for "Comatose" Patients. "A Cerebrum Classic." In The Dana Foundation's Cerebrum 2007. Read CA, editor. New York: Dana Press, 2007. pp. 185-203.

Schiff ND and Fins JJ. Hope for "Comatose" Patients. In, Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Readings in Neuroethics. Glannon W, editor. The Dana Foundation Series on Neuroethics. New York: Dana Press, 2007. pp. 344-359.

85. Maltby BS, Fins JJ. Informing the patient-proxy covenant: An educational
approach for advance care planning. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2004;7(2): 351-355. (peer-reviewed and republished version of an on-line publication, above # 74)

86. Mininberg DT, Thompson N, Gillers D and Fins JJ. The Art of Death and Dying: Medical Education in The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Egyptian Art Galleries. Academic Medicine 2004;79(6):579.

87. Fins JJ. Neuromodulation, Free Will and Determinism: Lessons from the Psychosurgery Debate. Clinical Neuroscience Research 2004;4(1-2):113-118.

88. Fins JJ and Plum F. Neurological diagnosis is more than a state of mind: Diagnostic clarity and impaired consciousness. Archives of Neurology 2004; 61(9):1354-1355.

89. Fins JJ, Maltby BS, Friedmann E, Green M, Norris K, Adelman R, Byock I. Contracts, Covenants and Advance Care Planning: An Empirical Study of the Moral Obligations of Patient and Proxy. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2005;29(1): 55-68.

90. Rodriguez del Pozo P and Fins JJ. The Globalization of Education in Medical Ethics and Humanities: Evolving Pedagogy at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar. Academic Medicine 2005; 80(2):135-40.

91. Fins JJ. Rethinking Disorders of Consciousness: New Research and Its Implications. The Hastings Center Report 2005; 35(2):22-24.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ. Rethinking Disorders of Consciousness: New Research and its Implications. In, Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Readings in Neuroethics. Glannon W, editor. The Dana Foundation Series on Neuroethics. New York: Dana Press, 2007. pp. 360-365.

92. Fins JJ. Everyday Disasters. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2005; 14(2): 207-213

93. Mininberg DT, Thompson N and Fins JJ. The Art of Medicine. American Association of Museum's Museum News 2005;84(3):63-66.

94. Fins JJ. The Orwellian Threat to Emerging Neurodiagnostic Technologies. American Journal of Bioethics 2005;5(2): 56-58.

95. Rodriguez del Pozo P and Fins JJ. Death, Dying and Informatics: Misrepresenting Religion on MedLine. BioMed Central Medical Ethics 2005;6(1):E6.

96. Fins JJ. Baseball & Bioethics, The 2005 Thomasma Lecture. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2005;14(4):434-443.

97. Fins JJ and Schiff ND. The After-Life of Terri Schiavo. The Hastings Center Report 2005; 35(4):8.

98. Fins JJ. Clinical Pragmatism and the Care of Brain Injured Patients: Towards a Palliative Neuroethics for Disorders of Consciousness. Progress in Brain Research 2005;150:565-82.

99. MacKenzie CR, Miller FG and Fins JJ. Justice and Health Care in the Rheumatic Diseases. HSS Journal 2005;1(1):58-63.

100. Hanna M and Fins JJ. Power and Communication: Why Simulation Training Ought to be Complemented by Experiential Humanist Learning. Academic Medicine 2006;81(3):265-70.

101. Bacchetta MD, Eachempati SR, Fins JJ, Hydo L and Barie PS. Factors influencing Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) decision making in a Surgical Intensive Care Unit. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 2006:202(6): 995-1000.

102. Rodriguez del Pozo P and Fins JJ. Iberian Influences on Pan-American Bioethics: Bringing Don Quixote to Our Shores. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2006;15(3): 225-238.

103. Fins JJ. Affirming the Right to Care, Preserving the Right to Die: Disorders of Consciousness and Neuroethics after Schiavo. Supportive & Palliative Care 2006;4(2): 169-178.

104. Kelley AS, Gold HT, Roach KW and Fins JJ. Differenential medical and surgical House Staff involvement in End-of-life Decisions. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2006;32(2): 110-117.

105. Preminger BA and Fins JJ. Face Transplantation: An Extraordinary Case with Lessons for Ordinary Practice. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2006;118(4): 1073-1074.

106. Fins JJ, Rezai AR, Greenberg BD. Psychosurgery: Avoiding an Ethical Redux while Advancing a Therapeutic Future. Neurosurgery 2006;59(4): 713-716.

107. Fins JJ and Schiff ND. Shades of Gray: New Insights from the Vegetative State. The Hastings Center Report 2006;36(6):8.

108. de Melo-Martin I, Rosenwaks Z and Fins JJ. New Methods for Deriving Embryonic Stem Cell Lines: Are the Ethical Problems Solved? Fertility and Sterility 2006;86(5):1330-1332.

109. Nilson EG and Fins JJ. Reinvigorating Ethics Consultations: An Impetus from the "Quality" Debate. HEC Forum 2006; 18 (4): 298-304.

110. Groopman L, Miller FG and Fins JJ. The Patient's Work. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2007;14: 44-52.

111. Fins JJ, Schiff ND and Foley KM. Late Recovery from the Minimally Conscious State: Ethical and Policy Implications. Neurology 2007;68:304-307.

112. Fins JJ. Border Zones of Consciousness: Another Immigration Debate? American Journal of Bioethics-Neuroethics 2007;7(1):51-54.

113. Schiff ND, Giacino JT, Kalmar K, Victor JD, Baker K, Gerber M, Fritz B, Eisenberg B, O'Connor J, Kobylarz EJ, Farris S, Machado A, McCagg C, Plum F,

Fins JJ, Rezai AR. Behavioral Improvements with Thalamic Stimulation after Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. Nature 2007;448(7153): 600-603.

114. de Melo-Martin I, Palmer LI and Fins JJ. Developing a Research Ethics Consultation Service to Foster Responsive and Responsible Clinical Research. Academic Medicine 2007;82(9):900-904.

115. Fins JJ, Master MG, Gerber LM and Giacino JT. The Minimally Conscious State: A Diagnosis in Search of an Epidemiology. Archives of Neurology 2007; 64(10): 1400-1405.

116. Fins JJ. Commercialism in the Clinic: Finding Balance in Medical Professionalism. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2007;16(4): 435-432.

117. Fins JJ. The Minimally Conscious State: Ethics and Diagnostic Nosology. Lahey Clinic Medical Ethics 2007;14(3): 1-5.

118. Schiff ND and Fins JJ. Deep Brain Stimulation and Cognition: Moving from Animal to Patient. Current Opinion in Neurology 2007;20(6): 638-642.

119. Fins JJ and Shapiro Z. Neuroimaging and Neuroethics: Clinical and Policy Considerations. Current Opinion in Neurology 2007;20(6):650-654.

120. Rom M, Fins JJ and MacKenzie CR. Articulating a Justice Ethic for Rheumatology: A Critical Analysis of "Disparities in Rheumatic Diseases."
Arthritis Care and Research 2007; 57(8): 1343-1345.

121. Laureys S and Fins JJ. Are we Equal in Death? Avoiding Diagnostic Error in Brain Death. Neurology 2008;70(4):e14-15.

122. Fins JJ. A Leg to Stand On: Sir William Osler and Wilder Penfield's "Neuroethics." American Journal of Bioethics 2008;8(1): 37-46.

123. Fins JJ. "Humanities are the Hormones": Osler, Penfield and "Neuroethics" Revisited. American Journal of Bioethics 2008;8(1):w 5-8.

124. Rodriguez del Pozo P and Fins JJ. Islam and Informed Consent: Notes from Doha. Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics 2008;17(3): 273-279.

125. de Melo-Martin I and Fins JJ. Strangers No More: Genuine Interdisciplinarity. American Journal of Bioethics 2008;8:16-17.

126. Fins JJ. Web of Care: How will the Electronic Medical Record Change Medicine? The Hastings Center Report 2008;38(5): 36-38.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ. Health IT-- Web of Care: How will the Electronic Medical Record Change Medicine? Science Progress. 3 February 2009. http://www.scienceprogress.org/2009/02/web-of-care/

127. Nilson EG, Acres CA, Tamerin NG and Fins JJ. Clinical Ethics and the Quality Initiative: A Pilot Study for the Empirical Evaluation of Ethics Case Consultation. American Journal of Medical Quality 2008; 23(5): 356-64.

128. Fins JJ, Illes J, Bernat JL, Hirsch J, Laureys S, Murphy E and Participants of the Working Meeting on Ethics, Neuroimaging and Limited States of Consciousness. Neuroimaging and Disorders of Consciousness: Envisioning an Ethical Research Agenda. American Journal of Bioethics 2008;8(9): 3-12.

129. Fins JJ. Neuroethics & Neuroimaging: Moving towards Transparency. American Journal of Bioethics 2008;8(9): 46-52.

130. Fins JJ and Illes J. Lights, Camera, Inaction? Neuroimaging and Disorders of Consciousness. American Journal of Bioethics 2008;8(9): W1-W3

131. Pieracci FM, Ullery BW, Eachempati SR, Nilson E, Hydo LJ, Barie PS and Fins JJ. Prospective Analysis of Life-Sustaining Therapy Discussions in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit: A Housestaff Perspective. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 2008; 207(4): 468-476.

132. Schachter MJ and Fins JJ. Informed Consent Revisited: A Doctrine in the Service of Cancer Care. The Oncologist 2008;13(10): 1109-1113.

133. Fins JJ. Surgical Innovation and Ethical Dilemmas: Precautions & Proximity. Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine 2008;75(Supplement 6): S7-S12.

134. Lieberman I, Herndon J, Hahn J, Fins JJ and Rezai A. Surgical Innovation and Ethical Dilemmas: A Panel Discussion. Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine 2008;75(Supplement 6): S13-21.

135. Fins JJ. Lessons from the Injured Brain: A Bioethicist in the Vineyards of Neuroscience. Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics 2009;18(1): 7-13.

136. Preminger BA and Fins JJ. Plastic Surgery, Aesthetics, and Medical Professionalism: Beauty and the Eye of the Beholder. Annals of Plastic Surgery 2009;62(4): 340-343.

137. Fins JJ. Being Conscious of their Burden: Severe Brain Injury and the Two Cultures Challenge. Proceedings from "Disorders of Consciousness." 87th Annual Conference of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 2009; 1157: 131-147.

138. Kelley AS, Reid MC, Miller DH, Fins JJ and Lachs MS. Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator deactivation at the end of life: A physician survey. The American Heart Journal 2009;157(4): 702-708.

139. Rodriguez del Pozo P and Fins JJ. The Many Voices of Spanish Bioethics: An Introduction. Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics 2009;18(3): 214-217.

140. Schiff ND, Giacino JT and Fins JJ. Deep Brain Stimulation, Neuroethics and the Minimally Conscious State: Moving beyond Proof of Principle. Archives of Neurology 2009;66(6):697-702.

141. Kaufman AS, Fein O and Fins JJ. Channeling Dr. David E. Rogers: The Moral Imperative for Health Care Reform. Archives of Internal Medicine 2009;169 (13): 1183-1184.

142. Fins JJ. Deep Brain Stimulation, Deontology and Duty: The Moral Obligation of Non-Abandonment at the Neural Interface. Journal of Neural Engineering 2009;6(5): 50201. Epub Sept 1, 2009.

143. Fins JJ. The Ethics of Measuring and Modulating Consciousness: The Imperative of Minding Time. Progress in Brain Research 2009;177C:371-382.

144. Dubler NN, Webber M, Swiderski D and The Faculty and National Working Group for the Clinical Credentialing Project: Aladjem A, Keller A, Arnold R, Asch A, Aulisio A, Bergman E, Berkowitz K, Ettinger K, Margot M, Fins JJ, Frader J, Lehmann L, Lipman H, Lo B, Majumber M, Powell T, Ramanathan R, Richmond L, Russo S, Schneiderman L, Spike J, Sulmasy D, and Tarzian A. Securing Excellence in Clinical Ethics Consultation: Credentialing and Privileging Consultants and Engaging in Ongoing Quality Improvement. The Hastings Center Report 2009; 39:23-33.

145. Fins JJ. Deep Brain Stimulation: Calculating the True Costs of Surgical Innovation. Virtual Mentor. 2010; 12:114-118. http://virtualmentor.ama-assn.org/2010/02/msoc1-1002.html

146. Schlaepfer TE and Fins JJ. Deep Brain Stimulation and the Neuroethics of Responsible Publishing: When One is not Enough. Journal of the American Medical Association 2010;303(8):775-776.

147. Fins JJ and de Melo Martin I. C.P. Snow's Two Cultures Fifty Years Later:

An Enduring Problem with an Elusive Solution. Technology in Society 2010;32(1): 1-4.

148. Fins JJ. C.P. Snow at Wesleyan: Liberal Learning and the Origins of the "Third Culture." Technology in Society 2010;32(1): 10-17.

149. Fins JJ and Schiff ND. In the Blink of the Mind's Eye. The Hastings Center Report 2010;40(3): 21-23.

150. Fins JJ. Deep Brain Stimulation, Free Markets and the Scientific Commons: Is it time to Revisit the Bayh-Dole Act of 1980? Neuromodulation 2010;13:153-159.

(Published on line 8/28/09: DOI: 10.1111/j.1525-1403.2009.00238.x)

151. Fins JJ. The Humanities and the Future of Bioethics Education. Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics 2010;19(4): 518-521.

152. Fins JJ. Neuroethics, Neuroimaging & Disorders of Consciousness:
Promise or Peril? Transactions of the American Clinical and Climatological Association 2010;122: 336-346.

153. Fins JJ and Schiff ND. Conflicts of Interest in Deep Brain Stimulation Research and the Ethics of Transparency. Journal of Clinical Ethics 2010;21(2): 125-132.

154. Fins JJ. Minds Apart: Severe Brain Injury. Law and Neuroscience, Current Legal Issues 2010; 13(ch18): 367-384, Freeman, M, editor. Oxford University Press.

155. Fins JJ, Mayberg HS, Nuttin B, Kubu CS, Galert T, Strum V, Stoppenbrink K, Merkel R and Schlaepfer T. Neuropsychiatric Deep Brain Stimulation Research and the

Misuse of the Humanitarian Device Exemption. Health Affairs (Millwood) 2011;30(2): 302-311.

doi: 10.1377/hlthaff.2010.0157

156. Bardin JC, Fins JJ, Katz DI, Hersh J, Heier LA, Tabelow K, Dyke JP, Ballon DJ, Schiff ND and Voss HU. Dissociations between behavioural and functional magnetic resonance imaging-based evaluations of cognitive function. Brain 2011;134(3): 769-782.

157. Fins JJ and Rodríguez del Pozo P. The Hidden and Implicit Curricula in Cultural Context: New Insights from New York & Doha. Academic Medicine 2011;86(3):321-325.

158. Fins JJ, Schlaepfer TE, Nuttin B, Kubu CS, Galert T, Sturm V, Merkel R and Mayberg HS. Ethical Guidance for the Management of Conflicts of Interest for Researchers, Engineers and Clinicians engaged in the Development of Therapeutic Deep Brain Stimulation. Journal of Neural Engineering. 2011;8(3):033001. [Epub ahead of print] doi:10.1088/1741-2560/8/3/03301

159. Fins JJ and Hersh J. Solitary Advocates: The Severely Brain Injured and their Surrogates. Transforming Health Care from Below: Patients as Actors in U.S. Health Policy. Hoffman B, Tomes N, Schlessinger M and Grob R, editors. Rutgers University Press. 2011. pp. 21-42.

160. Fins JJ and Suppes A. Brain Injury and the Culture of Neglect: Musings on an Uncertain Future. The Body and the State. Social Research: An International Quarterly 2011;78(3): 731- 746.

161. Synofzyk M, Fins JJ, Schlaepfer TE. A Neuromodulation Experience Registry for Deep Brain Stimulation Studies in Psychiatric Research: A Rationale and Recommendations for Implementation. Brain Stimulation 2011 Nov 4. [Epub ahead of print]

162. Fins JJ. Deep Brain Stimulation as a Probative Biology: Scientific Inquiry & the Mosaic Device. AJOB-NeuroScience 2012;3(1):4-8.

163. Synofzik M, Schlaepfer TE and Fins JJ How happy is too happy? Euphoria, Neuroethics and Deep Brain Stimulation of the Nucleus Accumbens. AJOB-NeuroScience 2012;3(1):30-36.

164. Snyder L, for the American College of Phsicians, Ethics, Professionalism, and Human Rights Committee. American College of Physician Ethics Manual: Sixth Edition. Annals of Internal Medicine 2012; 156(1_Part_2): 73-104.

165. Fins JJ. "Wait, Wait --- Don't Tell Me"…Tuning in the Injured Brain. Archives of Neurology 2012;69(2): 158-160.

166. Fins JJ. Severe Brain Injury and Organ Donation: A Call for Temperance. AMA Virtual Mentor 2012;14(3):221-226. http://virtualmentor.ama-assn.org/2012/03/stas1-1203.html

167. Shuman AG, Fins JJ, Prince ME. Improving end of life care in head and
neck cancer. Experimental Reviews Anticancer Therapeutics 2012;12(3):335-343.

168. Meltzer EC, Suppes A, Gallagher J and Fins JJ. Lip-Reading and the Ventilated Patient. Critical Care Medicine 2012;40(5): 1529-1531.

169. Shuman AG, McCabe MS and Fins JJ. Its Who You Know. Hastings Center Report 2012;42(2): 12-13.

170. Giacino J, Fins JJ, Machado A and Schiff ND. Thalamic Deep Brain Stimulation to Promote Recovery from Chronic Post-Traumatic Minimally Conscious State: Challenges and Opportunities. Neuromodulation. In Press.

171. Rodríguez del Pozo P and Fins JJ. Picasso as Viewed from Distant Shores: Science, Charity & the Medical Humanities. Academic Medicine. In Press.

172. Shuman AG, Shaha AR, Tuttle RM, Fins JJ, Morris LGT. Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma: Ethical Issues for the Surgeon. Annals of Surgical Oncology. In Press.

173. Fins JJ, Dorfman GS and Pancrazio JJ. Challenges to Deep Brain Stimulation:

A Pragmatic Response to Ethical, Fiscal and Regulatory Concerns. Proceedings from "Deep Brain Stimulation." 91st Annual Conference of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. In Press.

174. Acres CA, Prager K, Hardart GE and Fins JJ. Credentialing the Clinical Ethics Consultant: An Academic Medical Center Affirms Professionalism and Practice. Journal of Clinical Ethics. In Press.

175. Rodríguez del Pozo P, Fins JJ, Helmy I, El Chaki R, El Shazly T, Wafaradi D and Mahfoud Z. Truth-Telling and Cancer Diagnoses: Physician Attitudes and Practices in Qatar. The Oncologist. In Press.

Books and Monographs

1. Brenner D, Blanchard T, Fins JJ and Hirschfield B. Embracing Life and Facing Death: A Jewish Guide to Palliative Care. New York: CLAL- The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership. 2002.

2. Fins JJ and Maltby BS. Fidelity, Wisdom, and Love: Patients and Proxies in Partnership, Interactive Workbook and Educational Video. New York: Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation. 2003.

3. Fins JJ. A Palliative Ethic of Care: Clinical Wisdom at Life's End. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett. 2006.

4. Fins JJ. A Leg to Stand On: Sir William Osler and Wilder Penfield's "Neuroethics." John P. McGovern Annual Award Lecture. American Osler Society, 2006.

5. Berube J, Fins J, Giacino J, Katz D, Langlois J, Whyte J and Zitnay GA. The Mohonk Report: A Report to Congress Improving Outcomes for Individuals with Disorders of Consciousness. Charlottesville, VA: National Brain Injury Research, Treatment & Training Foundation, 2006.

6. Fins JJ. Rights Come to Mind: Brain Injury and the Struggle for Consciousness. New York: Cambridge University Press, Manuscript in Preparation, Under Contract with Cambridge University Press.

Chapters and Essays

1. Fins JJ. Clinical Societies Exchange Views on Complex Ethical Issues. Hospital Ethics 1992; 8(1):14-16. Attribution in Hospital Ethics 1992; 8(4):16.

2. Fins JJ. The Limitations of Hospice. The Cortland Forum 1993; 6(3):46.

3. Fins JJ. Palliation in the Age of Chronic Disease. In Cases in Bioethics: Selections from the Hastings Center Report. 2nd Edition. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993. (Reprint of peer-reviewed article # 8)

4. Fins JJ. Economics Near the End of Life: The Case of Sam G. A Case and Commentary. Focus on Decisions 1994;4(1):1-6.

5. Fins JJ. The Ethics of Cancer Care: A Common Ground, A Common Ethic? Advances in National Cancer Control: Managerial Aspects, Jerry LM and Stjernsward J, editors. The World Health Organization, 1996. Vol. 1. pp. 72-84.

6. Fins JJ. There is life after SUPPORT. Citizen Voices in Health Ethics: A Newsletter of the New York Citizens' Committee on Health Care Decisions. Fall 1996.

7. Fins JJ. In, Futility in Clinical Practice: Report on a Congress of Clinical Societies. Caring for the Dying: Identification and Promotion of Physician Competency (Collection of Relevant Reprints). Philadelphia: American Board of Internal Medicine, 1996. (Reprint of peer-reviewed article # 19)

8. Fins JJ and Bacchetta MD. Physician Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia Debate: An Annotated Bibliography of Representative Articles. In, Caring for the Dying: Identification and Promotion of Physician Competency. (Collection of Relevant Reprints). Philadelphia: American Board of Internal Medicine, 1996. (Reprint of peer-reviewed article # 22)

9. Fins JJ and Bacchetta MD. Framing the Physician-Assisted Suicide and Voluntary Active Euthanasia Debate: The Role of Deontology, Consequentialism, and Clinical Pragmatism. In, Caring for the Dying: Identification and Promotion of Physician Competency. (Collection of Relevant Reprints). Philadelphia: American Board of Internal Medicine, 1996. (Reprint of peer-reviewed article # 25)

10. Fins JJ. Ask the Ethicist: A Time for Reflection. Lahey-Hitchcock Clinic Medical Ethics Newsletter. Spring 1997.

Reprinted as:

Fins JJ. Ask the Ethicist: A Time for Reflection. In, BioMedical Ethics: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Moral Issues in Medicine and Biology. Steinberg D, editor. Lebanon, New Hampshire: University Press of New England, 2007. pp. 213-215.

11. Solomon MZ, Jennings BJ, Fins JJ, Crigger BJ, Moskowitz EM, and Heller KS. Decisions Near the End of Life Faculty Guide, 3 ed., Newton, MA: Education Development Center, Inc. 1997.

12. Solomon MZ, Jennings BJ, Crigger BJ, Fins JJ, Moskowitz EM, and Heller KS. "Futility," Decisions Near the End of Life, vol. 7, Newton, MA: Education Development Center, Inc. 1997.

13. Fins JJ. Managed Care Essay. In, Decisions Near the End of Life Faculty Guide, 3 ed. Newton, MA: Education Development Center, Inc. 1997.

14. Fins JJ. Breaking the Silence: Futility, Fear and Anger. In "Futility," Decisions Near the End of Life, vol. 7, Newton, MA: Education Development Center, Inc. 1997. pp. 26-27.

15. Fins JJ. Futility Essay. In Decisions Near the End of Life Faculty Guide, 3 ed. Newton, MA: Education Development Center, Inc. 1997.

16. Fins JJ. Ode to the Overlooked Ovum. Cornell Medicine. Spring 1997. pp. 26-27.

17. Miller FG, Fletcher JC and Fins JJ. Clinical Pragmatism: A Case Method of Moral Problem Solving. In, Introduction to Clinical Ethics, 2nd Edition, Fletcher JC, Lombardo PA, Marshall MF, and Miller FG, General Editors. Frederick, Maryland: University Publishing Group. 1997. pp. 21-38.

18. Fins JJ. Q & A on End of Life Care. Trustee Currents: The Journal for Health Care Trustees. Fall 1997.

19. Fins JJ. When a Patient wants to die. Religion & Ethics Newsweekly Family Guide. Thirteen/WNET. New York. 1998.

20. Hastings Center Working Group on Value Perceptions and Realities in Managed Care. What could have saved John Worthy? Hastings Center Report 1998;28(4): S1-S17.

21. Fins JJ. Palliation in the Age of Chronic Disease. In, Cases in Bioethics: Selections from the Hastings Center Report. 3rd Edition. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998. (Reprint of peer-reviewed article #8)

22. Fins JJ, Bacchetta MD, and Miller FG. Clinical Pragmatism: A Method of Moral

Problem Solving. In, Pragmatic Bioethics, McGee G, Editor. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press. 1999. (Reprint of peer-reviewed article #39)

23. Schiff, N.D. (moderator), Fins, J.J., Giacino, J.T., Levine, B., Menon, D., and

Owen, A.M. (2000) Persistent vegetative state: A debate. In HMS Beagle: The BioMedNet Magazine (http://ny.hmsbeagle.com/hmsbeagle/72/viewpts/overview.htm), Issue 72 (Feb. 18)

24. Fins JJ. Imagining our Future: Death and Dying in the New Millennium. Voices – The Newsletter of Partnership for Caring. Volume 1, Nos. 1 & 2, spring/Summer 2000.

25. Miller FG, Fins JJ, and Bacchetta MD. Clinical Pragmatism: John Dewey and Clinical Ethics. In, Frontiers in Bioethics: Essays Dedicated to John C. Fletcher. Miller FG, Editor. Hagerstown Maryland: University Publishing Group. 2000. (Reprint of peer-reviewed article # 34)

26. Fins JJ. Truth Telling and Reciprocity in the Doctor-Patient Relationship:

A North American Perspective. In, Topics in Palliative Care Volume 5. Bruera E and Portenoy RK, eds. New York: Oxford University Press. 2001. pp. 81-94.

27. Barie PS, Bacchetta MD, Fins JJ, and Eachempati SR. Research in the Intensive Care Unit: Methodological and Ethical Issues. In, Surgical Research. Souba WW and Wilmore D, eds. San Diego: Academic Press. 2001. pp. 137-154.

28. Miller FG, Fins JJ, and Snyder L. Assisted Suicide and Refusal of Treatment: Valid Distinction? In, Assisted Suicide: Finding Common Ground. Snyder L and Caplan AL, eds. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 2002. pp. 17-28. (Reprint of peer-reviewed article # 58)

29. Fins JJ. A 38-year-old man with a secondary leukemia who needs setting of goals of care. In: Heffner JE, Byock I, eds. Palliative and End-of-Life Pearls. Philadelphia; Hanley and Belfus. 2002. pp. 174-176.

30. Fins JJ and Schachter M. Investigators, Industry and the Heuristic Device. In, Business and Research. Proceedings of the Third National Conference on the Business of Human Experiments: Ethical, Legal and Regulatory Issues. Shamoo AE and Moreno J, eds. New York: Taylor & Francis. 2002. pp 91-105. (Reprint of peer-reviewed article # 67)

31. Fins JJ and Schachter M. Patently Controversial: Markets, Morals, and the
President's Proposal for Embryonic Stem Cell Research. In, Informational and Decisional Privacy. Schachter, M, ed. Durham: Carolina Academic Press. 2003. pp. 760-769. (Reprint of peer-reviewed article # 72)

32. Agrawal SK and Fins JJ. Ethics Committees and Case Consultation in the Hospital Setting. In, A Guide to Hospitals and Inpatient Care. Siegler E, Mirafzali S and Foust JB, editors. New York: Springer. 2003.

33. Fins JJ, Peres J, Schumacher JD. On the Road from Theory to Practice: Progressing Towards Seamless Palliative Care. Washington, D.C.: Last Acts National Program Office, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 2003.

34. Fins JJ, Peres JR, Schumacher JD and Meier C. On the Road from Theory to Practice: A Resource Guide to Promising Practices in Palliative Care Near the End of Life. Washington, D.C.: Last Acts National Program Office, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 2003.

35. Fins JJ. From Contract to Covenant in Advance Care Planning. In, Caring for the Dying. Baird RM and Rosenbaum SE, editors. Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books. 2003. (Reprint of Peer-Reviewed Article # 53)

36. Fins JJ and Nachman RL. Needs of the Dying Should be Freed of Red Tape. Op-Ed. Albany Times Union. April 4, 2004. Page C1.

37 Fins JJ. What Hospital Trustees can Learn from Ethics Committees: Pragmatism, Ethics and the Governance of Health Care Organizations. In, The Ethics of Hospital Trustees. Jennings B, Gray BH, Sharpe VA, and Fleischman AR eds. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2004. pp.237-253.

38. Fins JJ. The Other Side of the Street. Woodrow Wilson In Focus. Newsletter of The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Fall, 2004. Page 6.

39. Fins JJ. Politicians Cause Trouble when they Play Physician. Op-Ed. Greenville News, Greenville, South Carolina. April 18, 2005. Page 7-A.

40. Miller FG and Fins JJ. Protecting Human Subjects in Brain Research: A Pragmatic Perspective. In, Neuroethics: Defining the Issues in Theory, Practice and Policy. Illes, J. editor. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005.

41. Fins JJ. Ethics of Clinical Decision Making and Communication with Surrogates. In, Posner J, Saper C, Schiff ND and Plum F. In, Plum and Posner's Diagnosis of Stupor and Coma, 4th edition. New York: Oxford University Press, 2007.

42. Schiff ND and Fins JJ. Hope for "Comatose" Patients. "A Cerebrum Classic" in The Dana Foundation's Cerebrum 2007. Read CA, editor. New York: Dana Press, 2007. pp. 185-203. (Reprint of peer-reviewed article # 84)

43. Fins JJ. Transitions. Wesleyan University Alumni Magazine. Issue II, 2007. Page 71.

44. Fins JJ. Disclose and Justify: Intellectual Property, Conflicts of Interest, and Neurosurgery. Congress Quarterly (The Official Newsmagazine of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons) 2007;8(3): 34-36.

45. Fins JJ. Constructing an Ethical Stereotaxy for Severe Brain Injury. In, Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Readings in Neuroethics. Glannon W, editor. The Dana Foundation Series on Neuroethics. New York: Dana Press, 2007. pp. 330-343. (Reprint of Peer-Reviewed Article # 76)

46. Schiff ND and Fins JJ. Hope for "Comatose" Patients. In, Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Readings in Neuroethics. Glannon W, editor. The Dana Foundation Series on Neuroethics. New York: Dana Press, 2007. pp. 344-359. (Reprint of Peer-Reviewed Article # 84)

47. Fins JJ. In, Rethinking Disorders of Consciousness: New Research and its Implications. In, Defining Right and Wrong in Brain Science: Essential Readings in Neuroethics. Glannon W, editor. The Dana Foundation Series on Neuroethics. New York: Dana Press, 2007. pp. 360-365. (Reprint of Peer-Reviewed Article # 91)

48. Fins JJ. Medical Mentors, Past and Present. Weill Cornell: The Scope. October 2007. Page 6.

49. Fins JJ. From Four Freedoms to Four Challenges. Bioethics Forum. The Hastings Center. February 8, 2008. http://www.bioethicsforum.org/health-care-human-rights-Roosevelt.asp

50. Fins JJ. Science as Civic Education. Bioethics Forum. The Hastings Center. June 20, 2008. http://www.bioethicsforum.org/science-humanities-civic-education.asp

51. Fins JJ. Neuroethics and Disorders of Consciousness: A Pragmatic Approach to Neuro-palliative Care. In, The Neurology of Consciousness, Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropathology. Laureys S and Tononi G, editors. Academic Press-Elsevier 2008, pages 234- 244.

52. Fins JJ. Re-Engage with Wesleyan. Wesleyan University Alumni Magazine. 2008. Issue II. Page 71.

53. Barnhill JW and Fins JJ. The Doctor-Patient Relationship. In, The Approach to the Psychiatric Patient. Barnhill JW, editor. Washington, D.C: American Psychiatric Publishing, 2009. Pages 204-206.

54. Fins JJ. Brain Injury: The Vegetative and Minimally Conscious States. In, From Birth to Death and Bench to Clinic: The Hastings Center Briefing Book for Journalists, Policymakers, and Campaigns. Crowley M, Editor. Garrison, NY: The Hastings Center, 2008. Pages 15-19.

55. Fins JJ. Reflected Glories. Wesleyan University Alumni Magazine. 2008. Issue III, page 71.

56. Fins JJ. Are We Even Yet? Wesleyan University Alumni Magazine. 2008. Issue IV, page 70.

57. Fins JJ. Fins JJ. Health IT-- Web of Care: How will the Electronic Medical Record Change Medicine? Science Progress. 3 February 2009. http://www.scienceprogress.org/2009/02/web-of-care/ (Reprint of Peer-Reviewed Article # 126)

58. Fins JJ. Wesleyan Culture. Wesleyan University Alumni Magazine. 2009. Issue I, page 70.

59. Fins JJ. When Endemic Dsiparities Catch the Pandemic Flu: Echoes of Kubler-Ross and Rawls. Bioethics Forum. The Hastings Center. April 30, 2009. http://www.thehastingscenter.org/Bioethicsforum/Post.aspx?id=3390

60. Fins JJ. Minding Time. Phi Beta Kappa Address. Gamma Chapter Phi Beta Kappa. Wesleyan University. May 23, 2009. http://newsletter.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2009/05/23/fins-82-delivers-phi-beta-kappa-address/

61. Fins JJ. Neuroethics & Neuroimaging: Moving towards Transparency. ASBH Reader. Spring 2009. pp. 4-15. (Reprint of Peer-Reviewed Article #129)

62. Fins JJ. Deep Brain Stimulation: Ethical Issues in Clinical Practice and Neurosurgical Research. In, Neuromodulation. Krames E, Peckham PH and Rezai A, editors. London: Elsevier, 2009. pp. 81-91.

63. Fins JJ. Person-to-Person Contact. Wesleyan University Alumni Magazine. 2009. Issue II, Page 66.

64. Fins JJ. A Wesleyan Family. Wesleyan University Alumni Magazine. 2009. Issue III, Page 69.

65. Schiff ND and Fins JJ. Consciousness Experts assess Houben case. Dana Foundation Blog. December 4, 2009. http://danapress.typepad.com/weblog/2009/12/consciousness-experts-assess-houben-case.html

66. Fins JJ and Nilson EG. Ethical Issues: Withholding and Withdrawing Life-sustaining Care. In, Oxford Textbook of Palliative Medicine. Hanks G, Cherny NI, Christakis NA, Fallon M, Kassa S, Portenoy RK, editors. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 4th edition, 2010. Section 5.6 pp. 320-329.

67. Fins JJ. Fields of Dreams. Wesleyan University Alumni Magazine. 2010. Issue I, Page 14.

68. Fins JJ. "Reflections: Circling Back and Giving Due." Wesleyan University Alumni Magazine. 2010. Issue II, Page 14.

69. Fins JJ. Neuroethics and the Lure of Technology. Epilogue, In Handbook of Neuroethics. Illes J and Sahakian BJ, editors. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. pp. 895-908.

70. Rodriguez del Pozo P and Fins JJ. Too Much Information? Informed Consent in Cultural Context. Bedside Manner in Medscape News Internal Medicine, Medscape Medical Students/ Bedside Manners. July, 18, 2011. http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/746187

71. Fins JJ. Joe Fins'82: The Intellectual Adventure Continues. Wesconnect. September 1, 2011. Accessed at: http://wesconnect.wesleyan.edu/s/1318/index.aspx?sid=1318&gid=1&pgid=709&cid=1762&ecid=1762&crid=0&calpgid=704&calcid=1761?quad=LL&dow=Tue

72. Fins JJ. A Leg to Stand On: Sir William Osler and Wilder Penfield's "Neuroethics." In, The Persisting Osler -- IV, Selected Transactions of the American Osler Society 2001-2010. Barondess JA and Bryan CS, editors. Sagamore Beach: Science History Publication/USA. pp. 239- 252. (Revision of Book - Monograph # 4)

73. Schneider MJ, Fins JJ, Wolpaw JR. Ethical Issues in BCI Research. In, Brain-Computer Interfaces: Principles and Practice. Wolpaw JR and Wolpaw EW, editors. New York: Oxford University Press. In Press, 2012. pp. 373-383.

74. Cereste HX and Fins JJ. Common Indications for Ethics Consults. Principles of Hospitalist Medicine. McKean S, editor. New York: McGraw Hill Company. In Press.

75. Schiff ND and Fins JJ. Diagnosis and Evaluation of Stupor and Coma for the Hospitalist. Principles of Hospitalist Medicine. McKean S, editor. New York: McGraw Hill Company. In Press.

76. Banja J and Fins JJ. Ethics in Brain Injury Medicine. Brain Injury Medicine. Zasler N, Zafonte R, editors. In Press.

77. Fins JJ and Schiff ND. Disorders of Consciousness following Severe Brain Injury. Neuroethics in Practice. Farah M and Chatterjee A, editors. New York: Oxford University Press. In Press.

Abstracts

1. Fins JJ, Storey-Johnson CS, Bernstein A and Payne R. A Required Clerkship Designed to Promote Self-Reflective Practice and Develop Competencies in Clinical Ethics and End-of-Life Care. (Abstract) Journal of General Internal Medicine 2000;15:(Supplement 1): 212.

2. Tash JA, Applegarth LD, Kerr SM, Fins JJ, Rosenwaks Z and Schlegel PN. Post-Mortem Sperm Procurement: The Effect of Instituting Guidelines. The Journal of Urology, Vol. 169, No. 4. April 2003, p. 410, Abstract 1530.

3. Fins JJ and Gardner D. Data Sharing IV: Ethics of data sharing. Program, The Human Brain Project Conference 2003: 50.

4. Gardner D. and Fins J.J. Neuroscience data sharing II: Ethical perspectives. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 29: Program No. 428.6, 2003.

5. Raik BL, Moreen TF, Gerber LM, Lachs MS and Fins JJ. Impact of the Prospect of Cognitive Impairment on Attitudes Toward Screening Mammography. 2004 Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Geriatrics. (Abstract)

6. Fins JJ. Personal Identity, Justice and the Regulation of Research in Brain Injury. Programbook, The Eight Annual Conference of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness. University of Antwerp, Belgium. pp. 110- 111. (Abstract)

7. Fins JJ. Ethics of Deep Brain Stimulation in Neuropsychiatric Disorders, Historical Legacies and Future Prospects. Clinical Neuroscience Research 2004;4(1-2):128. (Abstract)

8. Giacino JT, Schiff ND and Fins JJ. Disorders of Consciousness: Recent Scientific Advances and Ethical Implications. The 2nd Federal Interagency Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury: Integrating Models of Research and Service Delivery. The Traumaic Brain Injury Model System of Care, The National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research and The United States Department of Education. March 2006. p. 18.

9. Schiff ND, Giacino J, Kalmar K, Kobylarz E, Baker K, Farris S, Machado A, Victor J, McCagg C, Plum F, Fins J, Rezai A. Partial restoration of behavioral responsiveness and arousal regulation by electrical stimulation of the human intralaminar thalamic nuclei. Society for Neuroscience 36th Annual Meeting. October 2006. Abstract.

10. Fins JJ, Giacino J, Rezai A, Schiff N. Ethical Insights from a neuromodulation trial to restore function in the minimally conscious state. Society for Neuroscience 36th Annual Meeting. October 2006. Abstract.

11. Bardin JC, Fins JJ, Hersh J, Heier LA, Schiff ND, Voss HU. Multiple choice fMRI in severely brain injured patients. Society for Neuroscience 2009. Abstract.

12. Bardin JC, Fins JJ, Schiff ND and Voss HU. Difficulties inherent in the use of fMRI for communication with severely brain-injured subjects. Society for Neuroscience 2010. Abstract.

13. Hersh J and Fins JJ. Society for Neuroscience 2010. Abstract.

14. Shuman AG, McCabe MS, Fins JJ, Kraus DH, Shah JP. Clinical Ethics

Consultation in Head and Neck Cancer Patients. International Conference on Head and Neck Cancer. July 2012; Toronto, Canada. (submitted).

15. Suppes, A. & Fins, JJ How Relationships Shape Medical Decision Making. Presented at the International Association of Relationship Research, Chicago, IL. July 2012.

16. Shuman AG, Montas SM, Barnosky AR, Smith LB, Kissane DW, Fins JJ, McCabe MS. Clinical Ethics Consultation in Oncology. ASCO Annual Meeting; June 2012, Chicago IL.

Reviews

1. Fins JJ. A Guide for the Perplexed. A Review of The Healer's Power by Howard Brody, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992. Health Matrix Journal of Law-Medicine of Case Western University School of Law 1992;2(2):247-253.

2. Fins JJ. A Review of Drawing the Line: Life, Death, and Ethical Choices in an American Hospital by Samuel Gorovitz, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 1994;19(4):906-909.

3. Fins JJ. A Secular Chaplaincy. A Review of Troubled Voices: Stories of Ethics and Illness by Richard M. Zaner, Cleveland: Pilgrim Press, 1993. Journal of Religion and Health 1994;33(4): 373-375.

4. Fins JJ. The Face of Finitude. A Review of How We Die: Reflections on Life's Final Chapter by Sherwin B. Nuland, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1994. The Hastings Center Report. 1995;25(2):38.

5. Fins JJ. The Inner Life of a Stoic Facing Death. A Review of "Cancer: A Personal Voyage." Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 1998;15(3):208-209.

6. Fins JJ. Health Care in the US: Confined by Choice? A Review of Some Choice: Law, Medicine and the Market by George Annas, New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. The Lancet 1999;353(9148): 247.

7. Fins JJ. In a Survivor's Voice. A Review of Confronting Traumatic Brain Injury:

Devastation, Hope and Healing by William J. Winslade, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998. The Hastings Center Report 1999;29(2):49.

8. Fins JJ. A Decided Lack of Empathy. A Review of P.C., M.D.: How Political Correctness is Corrupting Medicine by Sally Satel, New York: Basic Books, 2000. The Hastings Center Report 2001;31(5): 46-47.

9. Fins JJ. A Review of Mind Wars: Brain Research and National Defense by Jonathan D. Moreno. New York: Dana Press, 2006. Journal of the American Medical Association 2007; 297(12): 1382-1383.

10. Fins JJ. A Review of In an Instant: A Family's Journey of Love and Healing by Lee and Bob Woodruff. New York: Random House, 2007. Journal of the American Medical Association 2007; 297(23): 2642-2643.

11. Fins JJ. A Review of The Day Donny Herbert Woke Up by Rich Blake. New York: Harmony Books, 2007. Journal of the American Medical Association 2008;299(8):959-960.

12. Fins JJ. A Review of Rx for Health Care Reform by Ken Terry. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2007. Journal of the American Medical Association 2008; 299(12): 1479-80.

13. Fins JJ. A Review of Critical: What we can do about the Health-Care Crisis by

Tom Daschle, with Scott S. Greenberger and Jeanne M. Lambrew. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, St. Martin's Press, 2008. Journal of the American Medical Association 2009; 301(13): 1384-1385.

14. Fins JJ. A Review of Head Cases by Michael Paul Mason. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 2008. Journal of the American Medical Association 2009;301:2393-2394.

15. Fins JJ. A Review of Trusting Doctors: The Decline of Moral Authority in American Medicine by Jonathan B. Imber. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2008. Journal of the American Medical Association 2010;303(7): 670-671.

15. Fins JJ. A Review of White Coat Black Hat: Adventures on the Dark Side of Medicine by Carl Elliott. Cambridge, MA: Beacon Press, 2010. Journal of the American Medical Association 2011;306(24): 2733-2734.

16. Fins JJ. A Review of Health Justice by Sridhar Venkatapuram. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 2011. Journal of the American Medical Association. In Press.

Letters

1. Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor. American Medical News. December 6, 1985.

2. Bogdonoff MD, Fins JJ. Authors' reply re: Community Hospitals and Graduates of Foreign Medical Schools. Annals of Internal Medicine 1991;114 (12):1062.

3. Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor re: The Drug Approval Fee Act of 1992. The New York Times. October 27,1992. Page A-22.

4. Wolf SM, Boyle P, Callahan D, Fins JJ, Jennings B, Lindemann Nelson J, Barondess JA, Brock DW, Dresser R, Emanuel L, Johnson S, Lantos J, Mason DR, Mezey M, Orentlicher D, and Rouse F. Authors' reply re: Sources of concern about the Patient Self-Determination Act. New England Journal of Medicine 1992; 306(22):1502-1503.

5. Fins JJ. Author's reply re: Palliation in the Age of Chronic Disease. The Hastings Center Report 1992;22(5):45.

6. Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor re: Brain Death Determinations. The New York Times. March 6, 1996. Page A-20.

7. Miller FG and Fins JJ. Authors' reply re: A Proposal to Restructure Hospital Care for Dying Patients. New England Journal of Medicine 1996;335:1767.

8. Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor re: Dolly's Genetic Lineage. The New York Times. March 9, 1997. Week in Review Section. Page 14.

9. Fins JJ and Miller FG. Hanging a Morphine Drip. Letter to the Editor. Journal of Palliative Care 1997;13(1):52.

10. Fins JJ and Bancroft EA. Letter to the Editor re: Legalized Physician-Assisted Suicide in Oregon. New England Journal of Medicine 1999;341: 212.

11. Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor: Why Doctors Fear the Pain Relief Act. The Wall Street Journal. November 16, 1999. Page A-31.

12. Fins JJ and Schiff ND. Diagnosis and Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of the American Medical Association 2000; 283;18:2392.

13. Fins JJ. The Ethical Limits of Neuroscience. The Lancet Neurology 2002; 1:213.

14. Nuttin B, Gybels J, Cosyns P, Gabriels L, Meyerson B, Andreewitch S, Rasmussen S, Greenberg B, Friehs G, Rezai AR, Montgomery E, Malone D and Fins JJ. Deep Brain Stimulation for Psychiatric Disorders. Neurosurgery 2002;51(2): 519.

Reprinted in: Neurosurgery Clinics of North America 2003;14(2): xv-xvi.

15. Fins JJ and Schiff ND. The minimally conscious state: Definition and diagnostic criteria. Neurology 2002; 59(9): 1473.

16. Gee RE and Fins JJ. Towards a Drug Benefit for Palliative Care: Lessons from the Project on Death in America Faculty Scholars. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2003; 25(2): 101-103.

17. Fins JJ. Advocate for Scientific Validation. Wesleyan University, Spring 2003. Page 3.

18. Fins JJ and Maltby BS. Letter to the Editor re: For Life's End, Best to Plan Now. The New York Times. July 26, 2003. Page A-12.

19. Fins JJ, Giacino JT, Hirsch J and Schiff ND. Letter to the Editor re: "What If… There is Something Going on in There?" feature article of September 28, 2002. The New York Times Sunday Magazine. October 19, 2003. Page 12.

20. Fins JJ. Response to Letter to the Editor re, "Care with Compassion." Weill
Cornell Medicine, Winter 2004. Page 7.

21. Fins JJ. ‘Important Human Issues" in Technology that enhances the Brain. Letter to the Editor re: Gray Matters. The Chronicle of Higher Education. August 6, 2004. Page B4.

22. Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor re: "A Patient's Wishes and ‘Terri's Law'." The New York Times. September 7, 2004. Page A-22.

23. Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor in response to Joan Didion piece on Terri Schiavo. The New York Review of Books. August 11, 2005. Volume LII, Number 13, page 63.

24. Fins JJ. Author's reply to "Rethinking Disorders of Consciousness: New Research and Its Implications." The Hastings Center Report 2005; 35(2):22-24. On line.

25. Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor, "Hippocratic Oath Article Presented Issue most Fairly." The National Herald. January 14, 2006. Volume 9, Issue 431. Page 10.

26. Fins JJ. The portrayal of coma in contemporary motion pictures. Neurology 2007;68:79-80.

27. Schiff ND and Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor re: "Disorders of Consciousness." Mayo Clinic Proceedings 2007;82(2): 250-251.

28. Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor re: "Politics and Precision in Writing." The Chronicle of Higher Education. The Chronicle Review 2007;53(31): B18. April 6, 2007.

29. Fins JJ. Medical Professionalism and Work Hours. Annals of Internal Medicine on line. http://www.annals.org/cgi/eletters/147/2/143#24056\\

30. Fins JJ and de Melo-Martin. Letter to the Editor, "Ethics and Clinical Trials." The New York Times. October 4, 2007. http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/04/opinion/lweb04fda.html?n=Top/Opinion/Editorials%20and%20Op-Ed/Letters

31. Fins JJ. Wealthy Institutions should be Generous. The Chronicle of Higher Education. Volume 54, Issue 15, Page A-39. December 7, 2007.

32. Schiff ND, Giacino JT, Kalmar K, Victor JD, Baker K, Gerber M, Fritz B, Eisenberg B, Biondi T, O'Connor J, Kobylarz EJ, Farris S, Machado A, McCagg C, Plum F, Fins JJ, Rezai AR. Authors' Reply re: "Behavioral Improvements with Thalamic Stimulation after Severe Traumatic Brain Injury." Nature 2008; 452: E1-E2.

33. Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor in response to a commentary by Dr. James A. Russell on: Fins JJ. The Minimally Conscious State: Ethics and Diagnostic Nosology. Lahey Clinic Medical Ethics 2008;15(1): 7.

34. Fins JJ. Incumbents' curse hits Nonincumbents. The Wall Street Journal. June 12, 2008. A16. June 12, 2008.

35. Fins JJ, Fein OT and Gotto AM. Ethical Issues and Global Health. Academic Medicine 2008;83(11): 997.

36. Fins JJ, Rezai AR, Greenberg BD. Psychosurgery, Deep Brain Stimulation, and the Re-writing of History. Authors' reply to: "Psychosurgery: Avoiding an Ethical Redux while Advancing a Therapeutic Future." Neurosurgery 2008;63(4); E820.

37. Fins JJ. Another View of the White Coat Ceremony. Academic Medicine 2009;84(2):153.

38. Schlaepfer TE and Fins JJ. Registering Findings form Deep Brain Stimulation. Journal of the American Medical Association 2010; 303(21): 2140

39. Fins JJ, Giacino JT and Schiff ND. Authors' reply in response to: Schiff ND, Giacino JT and Fins JJ. Deep Brain Stimulation, Neuroethics and the Minimally Conscious State: Moving beyond Proof of Principle. Archives of Neurology 2010;67(6): 778-779.

40. Fins JJ. Letter to the Editor re: "My father's broken heart," feature article of June 20, 2010. The New York Times Sunday Magazine. July 4, 2010. Page 6.

41. Fins JJ. Osler, Guilds and Community. Academic Medicine 2011;86(3): 274.

42. Foley KM, Fins JJ and Inturrisi CE. A True Believer's Flawed Analysis. Letter to the Editor re: Long-term opioid treatment of nonmalignant pain: a believer loses his faith. Arch Int Medicine 2011;171(9);867-868.

43. Fins JJ, Mayberg H, Schlaepfer. FDA Exemptions: the Authors' Reply. Health Affairs (Millwood): 2011;30(6):1212

44. Fins JJ, Mayberg H, Schlaepfer. Humanitarian Device Exemptions: the Authors' Reply. Health Affairs (Millwood): 2011;30(6):1213.

45. Fins JJ. Author's Response to Letter to the Editor re:"The Humanities and the Future of Bioethics Education." Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics 2011;20(4): 615-616.

46. Meltzer EC and Fins JJ. DNR orders and ECMO. New England J Medicine 2012; 366(6):575-576.

Foreign Publications

1. Fins JJ. The Problem of the Terminal Patient. Libro Ponencias del IV Congresso Nacional de Oncologia Medica. Madrid: Editorial Libro del Ano SL 1993. pp. 15-23. (Spain)

2. Fins JJ. An Acute Care Response to Chronic Care: The American Perspective. Journal of Czech Physicians, Cas. Lek. ces., 132, 1993, c., p. 197-199. (Czechoslovakia)

3. Fins JJ. Experiencia Norteamericana de la Ensenanza de la Bioetica. Serie Documentos Programa Regional de Bioetica (The North American Experience in the Teaching of Bioethics) in Seminario Taller Educacion en Bioetica. Programa Regional de Bioetica para America Latina y el Caribe. Organizacion Pan Americano de Salud/ Organizacion Mundial de Salud (PAHO/WHO). Concepcion, Chile. July 1995; pp. 31-40.

4. Fins JJ. La Aproximacion y la Negociacion: El Pragmatismo Clinico y las Diferencias. Cuadernos del Programa Regional de Bioetica 1998; 6:91-108. (Spanish translation of peer-reviewed article # 41) (Chile)

5. Fins JJ. Klinischer Pragmatismus und Ethik-Konsultation - ein Erfahrungsbericht:

Moralische Dilemmata sind losbar (Clinical Pragmatism and Ethics Case Consultation). Das Parlament 49. Jahrgang/Nr. 23. 4 Juni 1999. p.18. (Germany)

6. Rodríguez del Pozo P and Fins JJ. Investigaciones clínicas en la UCI: Problemas Éticos, Modelos Regulatorios y Algunas Lecciones. Clínicas de Medicina Crítica, Abril 2004. (Chile)

7. Rodríguez del Pozo P and Fins JJ. Bioetica: el estado de la cuestion. Feito L, Gracia D and Sanchez M, editores. Diego Gracia, el pragmatismo español y el futuro de la bioética. Madrid: Tricastellas, 2011. pp. 239-253.

Poetry

1. Fins JJ. Village Green. The Rockville Centre Herald. October 8, 2001. p. 12.

2. Fins JJ. Mosaics and Misery. Health Affairs 2002:21 (1); 224.

3. Fins JJ. Marcos. The Oncologist 2005;10 (7):557.

4. Fins JJ. Modern Minutemen. The Oncologist 2005;10 (8):664.

5. Fins JJ. Father's Journey. The Oncologist 2007;12: 1472.

Translations

1. Gracia Guillen D. Spanish Bioethics comes into Maturity. (Translated from the Spanish original with Pablo Rodriguez del Pozo) Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics 2009;18:219-227.

2. Beca JP, Rosselot E, Asenjo R, Anguita V and Quevedo R. Deactivating Cardiac Pacemakers and Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators in Terminally Ill Patients: A Chilean Perspective. (Translated from the Spanish original with Pablo Rodriguez del Pozo) Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics 2009;18: 236-240.

3. Cortina A. Bioethics and Public Reason: A Report on Ethics and Public Discourse in Spain. (Translated from the Spanish original with Pablo Rodriguez del Pozo) Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics 2009;18:241-250.

4. Gil C. Organ Transplantation in Spain. (Translated from the Spanish original with Pablo Rodriguez del Pozo) Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics 2009;18:256-261.

6. Ansuátegui Roig FJ. Euthanasia, Philosophy and the Law: A Jurist;s View from Madrid. (Translated from the Spanish original with Pablo Rodriguez del Pozo) Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics 2009;18:262-269.

Testimony, Other and New Media

1. Miller FI, Crowley LT, Golar M, Kalibizer SF, Fins JJ, Monroy M on Behalf of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Association of the Bar of the City of New York's Amicus Brief in Support of Oregon's Motion for Summary Judgment. State of Oregon & Richard Holmes et al. v Ashcroft, et al. U.S.D.C. Case No. CV01-1647-J0. March 1, 2002.

2. Low Dog T and Fins JJ. Minority Statement from Commissioners. Final Report of the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy. Appendix G. March 10, 2002. http://www.whccamp.hhs.gov/sfc.html

3. (Written) testimony submitted to The United States Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions addressing the Pain Relief Promotion Act of 1999. Wasington, D.C. October 13, 1999.

4. Fins, JJ and Maltby, BM. Executive Producers Fidelity, Wisdom and Love: Patients and Proxies in Partnership. (The Companion Video to the Interactive Workbook on End-of-Life Decision-Making). Division of Medical Ethics, Weill Cornell Medical College, 2003. http://www.fidelitywisdomandlove.org

5. Testimony before the New York State Assembly Committee on Health addressing Pain Management Legislation, A. 10407. New York City. November 5, 2004.

6. Testimony before The House Committee on Veterans' Affairs on Traumatic Brain Injury. US Congress. Wasington, D.C. July 18, 2007.

7. Taped CME segment on end-life care and disorders of consciousness, In "Ethics in Medicine 2008", Sugarman J, editor . Practical Reviews in Internal in Internal Medicine volume 44, issue 7. Oakstone Medical Publishers.

8. Gotto, AM and Fins, JJ. Executive Producers of the video, Health Care & Human Rights: A WORLD IN NEED. February 2, 2008. www.weill.cornell.edu/globalhealth

9. AJOB-Neuroscience. An Ethical Considerations in Disorders of Consciousness: Interview with Joseph J. Fins, M.D., F.A.C.P. American Journal of Bioethics-Neuroscience 2010;1(4): 61-66.

10. Reader, Fins JJ. Mosaics and Misery. Health Affairs 2002:21 (1); 224. Health Affairs Podcast. http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/21/1/224/suppl/DC1

11. "Justice, Clinical Research and the Minimally Conscious State." The President's Bioethics Commission. (By invitation.) New York, New York. May 18, 2011. President'sbioethicscommission.gov

12. "Joe Fins '82: The Intellectual Adventure Continues." WesConnect Blog. Wesconnect - Wesleyan University Alumni - Joe Fins ?82: The Intellectual Adventure Continues

13. Schiff ND and Fins JJ. Podcast of Bardin JC. "Pattern Classification of Volitional Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Responses in Patients With Severe Brain Injury." Archives of Neurology 2012;69(2): 176-181 and Fins JJ. "Wait, Wait --- Don't Tell Me"…Tuning in the Injured Brain. Archives of Neurology 2012;69(2): 158-160. http://archneur.ama-assn.org/content/vol69/issue2/images/data/176/DC1/021212schiff_fins.mp3

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