Mark R. Mercurio MD, MA
Professor of Pediatrics (Neonatology); Director, Program for Biomedical Ethics, Yale School of Medicine; Chair, Yale -New Haven Children's Hospital Ethics Committee; Director, Yale Pediatrics Ethics Program; Associate Director, Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics
Ethics; Medical Ethics; Pediatrics; Neonatology; Education;
My academic work focuses on studying the ethical problems faced by clinicians, patients and families, in all aspects of medicine, but particularly with regard to pediatrics.
- Mercurio, M.R. The ethics of newborn resuscitation. Seminars in Perinatology. December 2009.
- Chapman, R., Peterec, S.M., Bizzarro, M.J., M.R. Mercurio. Patient selection for neonatal extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: Beyond severity of illness. Journal of Perinatology. 2009; 29: 606-611.
- Mercurio, M.R., S.M. Peterec. Attending physician work hours: ethical considerations and the last doctor standing. Pediatrics. 2009; 124(2): 758-62.
- Mercurio, M.R., S. Peterec, B. Weeks. Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, Extreme Prematurity, Comfort Care Only, and the Principle of Justice. Pediatrics. 2008; 122(1):186-189.
- Mercurio, M.R. Rituals of Unburdening. Hastings Center Report. 2008; 38 (2):8-9.
- Mercurio, M.R. An Analysis of Candidate Ethical Justifications for Allowing Inexperienced Physicians-in-Training to Perform Invasive Procedures. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 2008; 33: 44-57.