Syracuse, NY 13210
Robert W. Daly
Robert W. Daly, M.D., is Professor Emeritus of Bioethics and Humanities and Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry. He is currently a consulting psychiatrist at University Hospital.
Dr. Daly was the first chair of the University Hospital Ethics Committee and of its Ethics Consultation Service. In 1978, he co-founded the Consortium for the Cultural Foundations of Medicine – now called the Consortium for Culture and Medicine He was a founder of the Institute for Ethics in Health Care, a community-based organization he led from 1995-2004. Since 1999, he has served as an examiner for doctoral dissertations in philosophy and the social sciences at Syracuse University.
Dr. Daly has been a Visiting Scholar in philosophy at the University of Cambridge (King's College) and a Senior Fellow of the National Endowment for the Humanities. He has lectured in Europe, China, and throughout the United States. He received the Distinguished Service Award of the Onondaga County Medical Society (2002), the SUNY Research Foundation's Chancellor's Award for the Social Sciences and Humanities (2002), the Sol Feinstone Alumni Award for Humanitarian Service from St. Lawrence University (2004), and an honorary doctorate of humane letters from Le Moyne College (2007). Dr. Daly has been an editorial consultant for the Journal of the American Medical Association, Literature and Medicine, and Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology; he has also served as a consultant to the National Center for the Humanities.
His current research examines the conceptual foundations of psychiatry and selected topics in psychoanalysis and ethics. His writings have appeared in Philosophy and Medicine, Literature and Medicine, HEC Forum, Nutrition, Psychiatry, the Psychoanalytic Review, and the American Journal of Psychiatry.
Dr. Daly may be reached at 315.464.3129 or at email@example.com.
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Daly RW. "Before depression: the medieval vice of acedia." Psychiatry. 2007 Spring;70(1):30-51.
Daly R. "On democratic personalities." Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce. 2005;33(1):79-94.
Daly RW. "Medical imperialism in the Congo? "Nutrition. 1999 Nov-Dec;15(11-12):936-7.
Daly RW. "When others must choose: deciding for patients without capacity. The New York State Task Force on Life and the Law." [review] HEC Forum. 1993 Mar;5(2):100-7.
Daly RW. "A theory of madness." Psychiatry. 1991 Nov;54(4):368-85.
Daly R, Rabuzzi KA, editors. “The Cultures of Medicine.” Literature and Medicine, Vol. 8. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989.
Daly R. "The physician as moral agent." Philosophical Medical Ethics: Its Nature and Significance. Holland: Springer, 1977. 234-40.
Daly RW. "Schizoid rule-following." Psychoanal Rev. 1968;55(3):400-14.
Daly RW. "Psychiatry in the deep south." Am J Psychiatry. 1964 May;120:1050-5. Anthologized in Yearbook of Neurology, Psychiatry and Neurosugery, 1964-65. McKay, Wartin and Sugar (eds.). Chicago: Yearbook Medical Publishers, Inc. 1965, 278-79.
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