Medical Ethics Expert Witness

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Medical ethics expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on medical ethics. The medical ethics expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Family Medicine, Neurology, and Neuropsychiatry.

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Norman V. Kohn, MD

District Of Columbia
Neurology, Neuropsychiatry - Neuropsychiatry, traumatic brain injury, cognitive deficits and psychiatric symptoms following illness or injury, seizures and epilepsy, psychotherapy, medical ethics, complex causation, litigation consulting
Trained and board certified in neurology, with additional subspecialty training in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Experience includes neurology practice, with years as neurology chair in a major teaching hospital and trauma center; practice and teaching of psychiatry, psychotherapy; and psychoanalysis. Expertise in -alcoholism and addiction -chronic pain -motivation, secondary gain, and malingering -doctor-doctor and doctor-patient communication -physician role responsibilities -medical decisionmaking -medical ethics -distinguishing coexisting psychiatric and medical factors -explaining medical concepts to juries

Norman V. Kohn, MD

Chicago, Illinois
Neurology, Neuropsychiatry - Neuropsychiatry, traumatic brain injury, cognitive deficits and psychiatric symptoms following illness or injury, seizures and epilepsy, psychotherapy, medical ethics, complex causation, litigation consulting
Trained and board certified in neurology, with additional subspecialty training in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Experience includes neurology practice, with years as neurology chair in a major teaching hospital and trauma center; practice and teaching of psychiatry, psychotherapy; and psychoanalysis. Expertise in -alcoholism and addiction -chronic pain -motivation, secondary gain, and malingering -doctor-doctor and doctor-patient communication -physician role responsibilities -medical decisionmaking -medical ethics -distinguishing coexisting psychiatric and medical factors -explaining medical concepts to juries

Stanley E Sagov, MD Family Practice Group/Sagov Centre for Family Medicine

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Family Medicine - Medical Ethics,Obstetrics in family medicine,Chronic disease management,medical interviewing,medical education,medical institutional leadership
During the past 37 years in the Boston area, I have been a Family Practitioner sharing my patient encounters with medical students and residents in various practice sites. I have been interested in the ecology of families in health care and the ways in which the family can be helpful, neutral or deleterious to the care of an index patient. I have also written about childbirth from the vantage point of a Family Doctor, as compared to that of an Obstetrician, Pediatrician or Midwife. The other focus of my practice, teaching and working has been the psychology, sociology, politics, ethical and spiritual aspects of the doctor patient-relationship over time. I have helped to develop the curriculum of the “New Pathway” at Harvard Medical School, as well as the Cambridge Health Alliance Third Year Program. I have been a Course Director as Associate Head of the Family Health Care Program hosting seminars as well as precepting courses. Residents in medicine from Mt. Auburn Hospital se...

Norman V. Kohn, MD

Pennsylvania
Neurology, Neuropsychiatry - Neuropsychiatry, traumatic brain injury, cognitive deficits and psychiatric symptoms following illness or injury, seizures and epilepsy, psychotherapy, medical ethics, complex causation, litigation consulting
Trained and board certified in neurology, with additional subspecialty training in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Experience includes neurology practice, with years as neurology chair in a major teaching hospital and trauma center; practice and teaching of psychiatry, psychotherapy; and psychoanalysis. Expertise in -alcoholism and addiction -chronic pain -motivation, secondary gain, and malingering -doctor-doctor and doctor-patient communication -physician role responsibilities -medical decisionmaking -medical ethics -distinguishing coexisting psychiatric and medical factors -explaining medical concepts to juries