Felicia G. Cohn

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Associate Adjunct Professor IV, Medicine
School of Medicine
Ph.D., University of Virginia, 1996, Religious Ethics (Bioethics)
M.A., University of Virginia, 1991, Religious Ethics (Bioethics)
B.A., University of Virginia, 1989, American Government
Phone: (949) 824-9158
Fax: (949)824-2485
Email: fcohn@uci.edu
University of California, Irvine
Educational Affairs
Berk Hall/Medical Education Bldg 802
Irvine, CA 92697
Research Interests
Proactive ethics intervention in the Intensive Care Unit, Patient Safety
Academic Distinctions
Raven Award for Excellence in Service and Contribution to the University of Virginia.
Melissa Holland Award for Contribution to the Residence Life Program.
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court/National District Attorneys' Association Certificate of Achievement.
Assistant Research Professor, Senior Scientist, George Washington University Department of Health Care Sciences and Center to Improve Care of the Dying
Desiree Lie, Felicia Cohn, Lloyd Rucker, Using Literature as the Framework for a New Course: From Art to Science: Can the Spirit Catch you too? Academic Medicine, (in press, November 2002)
Margaret Ratcliff and Felicia Cohn, "Hospice with GRACE: Reforming Care for Terminally Ill Inmates," Corrections Today (February 2000) 64-67
Felicia Cohn, Desiree Lie, Mediating the Gap between the White Coat Ceremony adn the Ethics and Professionalism Curriculum, Academic Medicine, November 2002
Impact of Ethics Consultation in the Intensive Care Unit. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to UCSD.
SAFER California Healthcare: the Strategic Alliance for Error Reduction. Agency for Healthcare Research adn Quality.
Professional Societies
American Society for Bioethics and Humanities
American Geriatrics Society
American Society for Law, Medicine and Ethics
Hastings Center
International Association of Bioethics
Kennedy Institute of Ethics
Other Experience
Adjunct Professor
The George Washington University Medical Center 1999—2003
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Vanderbilt University School of Nursing 2000—2003
Director of Medical Ethics
UCI 2001—2003
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