Bruce V. Corsino, Psy.D., President, Bioethics, Inc.
Bruce Corsino holds graduate degrees from Florida Tech and Harvard University, and is on staff at a number of medical centers. Dr. Corsino is also an Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychology at Virginia Tech and consultant in psychology and ethics for the U.S. Army Medical Department. He has served as a member and/or chairperson of hospital ethics and human subject research committees, as well as a contributor to federal and state health ethics policies. Some of his publications include Advance Directives: A Guide for VA Medical Centers, and Informed Consent: Policy and Practice, both published by the VA National Ethics Center. His work has been presented on television, public radio and in publications such as the Journal of Clinical Ethics, Harvard Magazine, U.S. Medicine, and the Washington Post. He lectures at health and educational institutions nationwide at programs that include such speakers as Dr. Joyce Brothers.
Corsino, B.V. AIDS Dementia: A reason for confinement? The Washington Post, Special Feature, Health Section, April 11,1989, p.6.
Corsino, B.V.; Suicide and Self-Aggrandizement, Harvard Magazine, (letter), Sep 1995, p.104.
Corsino, B.V. Informed Consent: Policy and Practice, (National Center for Clinical Ethics).
U.S. Gov't Printing Office, Washington, DC, July 1996. U.S. Rep #: VA 1.2:C 76/8.
Corsino, B.V. Bioethics Committees and JCAHO Patient Rights Standards: A Question of Balance.Corsino, B.V., and Patthoff, D.E. Practical and Ethical Aspects of Acceptance and Universal Patient Acceptance.
Journal of Clinical Ethics, Summer, 1996, Volume 7, No.2, pp. 177-181.
Journal of Dental Education, 70(11), 1199-1201, Nov, 2006.
Sample Invited Lectures and Contracted Public Appearances:
Advance Directives with Ethnic Populations. Invited Panel Moderator, Cultural Diversity & End-of-Life Issues Conference, Stanford University Medical School, Palo Alto, CA, Mar 1995.
Bioethics and the Family: Reducing Pain, Protecting the Treatment Choices and Life Savings of Your Family. Contracted lecture, Dublin, GA, May 1996.
Informed Consent and Mental Capacity. Invited Address, University of Florida Colleges of Medicine and Law, Orlando, FL, September 1998.
Healthcare In the New Millenium: The Social, Emotional and Ethical Sequelae of Medical Progress. Plenary Address, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, May 2000.
Bioethics: A New Home for Mental Health. Contracted lecture, American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, Aug 2001.
Mental Competency and Decisional Capacity: Practical and Ethical Issues. Contracted lecture, California Psychological Association, Pasadena, CA, April 2002
Ethics in Rehabilitation Settings. Contracted Lecture, Georgia Cooperative Health Education Center, Dec 2005.Universal Patient Acceptance: An Overview. Invited Address. Special Program on Ethics and Improving Access to Care. American Dental Association Headquarters, Chicago, IL, August 2005
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