Recent Faculty Publications

A Guest at Communion
Richard Bronson

Poem
The Pharos
Summer 2014

First Do No Harm
Richard Bronson

Poem
Family Medicine
June, 2014

A delicate subject: The impact of cultural factors on neonatal and perinatal decision making
Van McCrary (and Haley Green, MA graduate)

Review Article
Journal of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
June, 2014

Pseudocyesis
Richard Bronson

Poem
Family Medicine
February, 2014

Firedrake
Richard Bronson

Poem
Canadian Medical Association Journal
December 10, 2013

House of the Sun
Richard Bronson

Poem
Poetrybay
Fall/Winter 2013

Transport to Bellevue
Richard Bronson

Poem
The Pharos
August, 2013

Frequency of private spiritual activity and cardiovascular risk in postmenopausal women: the Women's Health Initiative
Stephen G. Post

Annals of Epidemiology
March, 2013

While Moonlighting
Richard Bronson

Poem
Family Medicine
July, 2013

His Gift To Me
Richard Bronson

Family Medicine
March, 2013

The Ethics of Circumcision of Male Infants
Allan J. Jacobs

January, 2013

Brief Report: Stony Brook Guidelines on the Ethics of the Care of People with Autism and Their Families
Stephen G. Post et. al

Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
October 20, 2013

Testimony
Richard Bronson

Annals of Internal Medicine
September 4, 2012
A reading by Michael Lacombe can be found here

Addiction and “Generation Me” : Narcissistic and Prosocial Behaviors of Adolescents with Substance Dependency Disorder in Comparison to Normative Adolescents
Stephen G. Post et. all

Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly
April, 2012

What’s It Worth? Public Willingness to Pay to Avoid Mental Illnesses Compared With General Medical Illnesses
Dylan Smith

Psychiatric Services
April 1, 2012

Suffering, Hope, and Healing
John Coulehan

The Handbook of Pain and Palliative Care
January, 2012

Bursting with Danger and Music
John Coulehan

Plain View Press
Book of Medical Poetry
Spring 2012

Adagio Ma Non Troppo
Richard Bronson
The Phraros
Poem
Winter 2012

Reviews: Exploring Happiness & We're Not Leaving-9/11 Responders
Stephen Post & Richard Bronson

The Pharos
Book Review
Winter 2012

“I Hope I’ll Continue to Grow”-Rubrics and Reflective Writing in Medical Education
John L. Coulehan
Iris Granek

Academic Medicine
January 2012


Minimally Invasive: poems on a life in surgery

Maria Basile

Book of Medical Poetry
The Lives You Touch Publications
January 2012

Compassionate care enhancement: benefits and outcomes
Stephen Post

The International Journal of Person Centered Medicine
December 2011

It’s good to be good: 2011 5th annual scientific report on health, happiness and helping others
Stephen Post

The International Journal of Person Centered Medicine
December 2011

Octet for Piccolino and Strings
Richard Bronson

poem
Long Island Quarterly
Winter 2011

Compassionate Care
Journal of the Islamic Medical Association of North America
Winter 2011

Ode to an Everyman
Richard Bronson

poem
Annals of Internal Medicine
November 15, 2011

Moving Beyond Self Interest
Stephanie Brown

Oxford University Press
2011

Motives for Volunteering Are Associated With Mortality Risk in Older Adults
Stephanie Brown

Research Article
Health Psychology
August 15, 2011

My Battle Against Gonorrhea
John L. Coulehan

Medical Humanities
Annals of Internal Medicine
August 2, 2011

In the Laboratory of Dr. X
Richard Bronson

Poem
The Pharos
Summer 2011

String Theory
Richard Bronson

Poem
Canadian Medical Association Journal
June 14, 2011

A Gentle and Human Temper: Humility in Medicine
John L. Coulehan

Medical Humanities
Perspectives in Biology and Medicine
Spring, 2011

Hubris
Richard Bronson

Poem
Canadian Medical Association Journal
March 28, 2011

Belief
Andrew Flescher

Encyclopedia Entry
Encyclopedia Entry of Religion and Film
March 8, 2011

Deep Hope: A Song Without Words
John L. Coulehan

Article
Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics
January 26 2011

Alcoholics Anonymous-Related Helping and the Helper Therapy Principle
Stephen Post

Article
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly
January 19, 2011

Poetry Therapy
John L. Coulehan

Article
Patient Education and Counseling
November, 2010

Long-term Cognitive Impairmentand Functional Disability Among Survivors of Severe Sepsis
Dylan M. Smith

Research Article
The Journal of the American Medical Association
October 27, 2010

The White Snake League
Richard Bronson

Poem
Poetry Bay
Fall/Winter 2010

Assisted reproductive technologies: Impact on neonatology and a call for reform
S. Van McCrary

Article
Journal of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
Fall, 2010

On Humility
John L. Coulehan

Article
Annals of Internal Medicine
August 3, 2010

How My Uncle Broke His Back
Richard Bronson

Poem
The Medical Journal of Australia
July 19, 2010

My Father's Silence
Lynn Hallarman

Medical Humanities
Journal of Paliative Medicine
July 17, 2010

A Life Not Worth Living
Richard Bronson

Poem
Canadian Medical Association Journal
July, 2010

At the New York Academy of Medicine
Richard Bronson

Poem
Annals of Internal Medicine
July 6, 2010

Cod Liver Oil & Egg Nogs
Richard Bronson

Annals of Internal Medicine
June 1, 2010

Small Area Variations in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: Does the Neighborhood Matter?
Carla Keirns & Dylan Smith

Annals of Internal Medicine
June 1, 2010

Review of Richard Bronson's Silent Music
J. R. Turek

Book Review/Mark Quarterly Review
June, 2010

Review of Richard Bronson's Silent Music
Mark Frutkin

Book Review/CMAJ
2010

Therapeutic Privilege
S. Van McCrary

Poem
Journal of Clinical Ethics
Spring, 2010

William Carlos Williams circumcises Ernest Hemingway’s first son
John L. Coulehan

Poem
Canadian Medical Association Journal
March 15, 2010

Humanism, Posthumanism, and Compassionate Love
Stephen Post

Article
Technology in Society
March, 2010

Teaching Dr. Hiram Winfield How to Practice
John L. Coulehan

Medical Humanities
Patient Education and Counseling
March, 2010

On Compassion and Being Human
Stephen Post

Interview
The Brook
January, 2010

Prayer in the cathedral
Richard A. Bronson

Poem
Medical Journal of Australia
December, 2009

Asthma Mitigation Strategies: Professoinal, Charitable, and Community Coalitions
Carla Keirns

Scientific Paper
American Journal of Preventive Medicine
December, 2009

Dying of a Treatable Disease
Carla Keirns

Article
Health Affairs
November/December 2009

Incident at a Chinese Restaurant
John L. Coulehan

Medical Humanities
Journal of General Internal Medicine
November 7, 2009

The Dinner Party
Richard Bronson

Poem
Long Island Quarterly
Winter, 2009

Compassionate Solidarity: suffering, poetry, and medicine
John L. Coulehan

Article
Perspectives in Biology and Medicine
Autumn, 2009

Patient-Centered Care and Preference-Sensitive Decision Making
Carla Keirns

The Journal of the American Medical Association
October 28, 2009

The Case of the Proliferating Paradigms
John L. Coulehan

Article
Qualitative Health Research
October, 2009

Physicians and Patients’ Spirituality: The Perennial Collaboration of Medicine and Religion
Stephen G. Post

Op-ed
Virtual Mentor-AMA
October, 2009

Dirty Blood
Carla Keirns

Case Study
Hastings Center Report
September-October, 2009

Shingles Does It
John L. Coulehan

Medical Narrative
Health Affairs
September/October, 2009

Transferring Emerging Neuroscience to the Clinical Ethics Bedside
S. Van McCrary

Review Article
The American Journal of Bioethics©
September, 2009

"The Air Got to it:" Exploring a Belief About Surgery for Lung Cancer
Carla Keirns

Article
The Journal of the National Medical Association
August, 2009

It's Good to be Good: Science Says it's So
Stephen Post
Article
Health Progress
July-August, 2009

Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Users of County Health Centers and Users of Private Physician Practices
Catherine R. Messina
Research Article
Public Health Reports
July-August, 2009

Neonatology and the Specter of the Law
S. Van McCrary
Article
Journal of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
July, 2009

Dinosaurs
Maria A. Basile
Poem
The Journal of the American Medical Association
May 6, 2009

Smashed Pots
John L. Coulehan
Medical Humanities
Annals of Internal Medicine
May 5, 2009

To Sylvia
Maria A. Basile
Poem
Touch: the Journal of Healing
May, 2009

The Widower Surgeon's Lament
Maria A. Basile
Poem
The Journal of the American Medical Association
April 22/29, 2009

Midnight Rain
Maria A. Basile
Poem
The Journal of the American Medical Association
March 25, 2009

Medical Humanities and Their Discontents: Definitions, Critiques, and Implications
John L. Coulehan
Article
Academic Medicine
February, 2009

What Kind of Guy?
Richard A. Bronson
Poem
The Pharos
Winter 2009

Germs, Vaccines, and the Rise of Allergy
Carla Keirns

Book Chapter
Crafting Immunity
2008

Worms
John L. Coulehan
Medical Humanities
The Journal of the American Medical Association
November 5, 2008

Uninsured Adults Presenting to US Emergency Departments: Assumptions vs Data
Carla Keirns

Article
The Journal of the American Medical Association
October 22/29, 2008

To His Violin
Richard A. Bronson
Poem
Canadian Medical Association Journal
October 21, 2008

Ghazal
John L. Coulehan
Poem
The Journal of the American Medical Association
October 8, 2008

Grackles
John L. Coulehan
Poem
The Journal of the American Medical Association
September 24, 2008

Imperfect Knowledge
Richard A. Bronson
Poem
Canadian Medical Association Journal
September 9, 2008

Zoster
John L. Coulehan
Poem
The Journal of the American Medical Association
September 3, 2008

Father's Day
Richard A. Bronson
Poem
The Medical Journal of Australia
September 1, 2008

The Best of the Bellevue Literary Review
Richard A. Bronson
Book Review
The Pharos
Autumn 2008

Does Money Make Bioethics Go 'Round?
Carla Keirns

Article
The American Journal of Bioethics
August, 2008

Savoirs as Saints or Sinners?
Peter C. Williams
Editorial
Pediatric Transplantation
August, 2008

Ethics of Using a Bone Marrow Doner with Klinefelter Syndrome
Margaret McGovern

Editorial
Pediatric Transplantation
August, 2008

From the Emergency Department to Vital Statistics: Cause of Death Uncertain
Carla Keirns

Article
The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
August, 2008

Doctors and Divination
Carla Keirns

Medical Humanities
Academic Medicine
July, 2008

The Unintended Consequences of Training Residents in Dysfunctional Outpatient Settings
Carla Keirns

Article
Academic Medicine
May, 2008

Minimally Invasive
Maria A. Basile
Poem
The Journal of the American Medical Association
January 23, 2008