Jay A. Jacobson, MD
- Conflict of Interest
- Medical Errors
- Advance Directives
- Education, Professional
- Disease Transmission, Patient-to-Professional
- Disease Transmission, Professional-to-Patient
- Truth Disclosure
- Departments: Internal Medicine - Professor Emeritus
- Divisions: Medical Ethics
- American Board of Internal Medicine (Internal Medicine)
- American Board of Internal Medicine (Sub: Infectious Disease)
- National Board of Medical Examiners
My research focuses on clinical medical ethics, professional conflicts of interest, disclosure of medical errors, and end of life decision making. I am also interested in the ethical issues that arise in the context of infectious diseases.
|Other Training||Frontline Leadership Training Program, SL Valley Hospitals
|Fellowship||University of Chicago
|Fellowship||University of Utah School of Medicine
|Residency||University of Florida
|Internship||University of Florida
|Professional Medical||University of Florida
|Undergraduate||University of Michigan
- Jacobson JA (2009). A Surgeon with HIV. Virtual Mentor, 11, 933-937.
- Cairns B, Jacobson JA (2009). No One Ever Said Apologies Are Easy. Standard-Examiner, pp. D1, D5.