Staff

Linda Carr-Lee Faix, MA, PhC

Linda Carr-Lee Faix, MA, PhC

Academic Program Manager, Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities
Department of Internal Medicine
University of Utah School of Medicine
75 South 2000 East #207
Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Correspondence:
Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities
75 South 2000 East #207
Salt Lake City, Utah 84132
Phone: 801-587-5884, or 801-792-4463; FAX: 801-585-9588
Email: linda.carrlee@hsc.utah.edu

Interests:

  • Protection of vulnerable populations
  • Teamwork building and consensus development among diverse stakeholders 
  • Building communication bridges and understanding perspectives among players in business ethics and medical ethics situations
  • Applied ethics curriculum development 

Selected Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities Articles:

  • Linda Carr-Lee Faix, (Fall 2015) "The Ethics of Telemedicine"
  • Linda Carr-Lee Faix and Peggy Battin, (Winter 2014) "Is Assisted Dying in Minors"the end of suffering or the beginning of eugenics?"
  • Linda Carr-Lee, (Summer 2013) "Emergency Room Healthcare-The Waiting Room, a documentary directed by Peter Nicks"
  • Linda Carr-Lee and Sadie Quinn, (Fall 2011), "Aligning our Values with our Actions: Not such an Easy Task"
  • Linda Carr-Lee and Teneille Brown, (Winter 2010),  "Incidental Findings in Brain Images: Ethical Issues."
  • Linda Carr-Lee, (October 2008), "The Health Care Professional-Patient Relationship: Meeting What Patients Really Want."
  • Linda Carr-Lee, (September 2007), "No Research Field is exempt from IRB review: Should They Be?"

CV/Resume

Heather Sudbury

Heather Sudbury

Executive Assistant, Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities
Department of Internal Medicine
University of Utah School of Medicine
75 South 2000 East #108
Salt Lake City, UT 84132

Correspondence:

Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities
75 South 2000 East #108
Salt Lake City, Utah 84132
Phone: 801-581-7170, FAX: 801-585-9588

Email:heather.sudbury@hsc.utah.edu

Heather is responsible for handling administrative matters relating to the Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities. She has worked with the University of Utah since 1999 in Pediatrics, Medical Ethics, and the Office of the Associate Vice President for Research. She and her family live in Salt Lake, and she enjoys outdoor recreation.