Cassell, Eric J.

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CASSELL, Eric J. American, b. 1928. Genres: Medicine/Health, Philosophy. Career: Bellevue Hospital, intern, 1954-55, asst resident, 1955-56, 1958-59, asst visiting physician, 1965-66; Cornell University Medical College, NYC, U.S. Public Health Service trainee, 1959-63, clinical instructor, 1961-65, clinical asst professor, 1964-65, clinical professor of public health, 1971-, director of program for study of ethics & values in medicine, 1981-86; New York University, NYC, lecturer and associate professor, 1965-66; Mount Sinai School of Medicine, associate clinical professor, 1966, 1968, associate professor, 1967-71, lecturer, 1971-73. French Hospital, asst attending physician, 1961-63, associate attending physician, 1963-65, attending physician, 1965-74; New York Hospital, physician to outpatients, 1961-65, asst attending physician to inpatients, 1971-77, associate attending physician, 1977-84, attending physician, 1984-; New York University Hospital, associate attending physician, 1965-66; Mt Sinai Hospital, associate attending physician and asst attending physician, both 1966-71, associate director of ambulatory care, 1966-68; New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center, attending physician to inpatients, 1984-. Lecturer, distinguished medical scholar, visiting scholar and/or professor at colleges and universities throughout the world. Publications: The Healer's Art: A New Perspective on the Doctor-Patient Relationship, 1976, rev. ed., 1985; The Place of the Humanities in Medicine, 1984; Talking with Patients, Vol. 1: The Theory of Doctor-Patient Communication, Vol. 2: Clinical Technique, 1985; (ed. with M. Siegler, and contrib.) Changing Values in Medicine, 1985; The Nature of Suffering, 1991, 2nd ed., 2004; Doctoring: Nature of Primary Care Medicine, 1997. Work represented in anthologies. Address: 28 Old Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11201, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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