Amy M. Haddad, PhD, RN
Amy M. Haddad, PhD, RN

Amy M. Haddad, PhD, RN

Professor
School of Pharmacy and Health Professions

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Pharmacy Sciences

Position

  • Professor

Secondary Appointment

  • School of Medicine

Biography

For a complete listing of scholarship, teaching and service activities at Creighton University and within the local and national communities, please see my Curriculum Vitae.

Education

  • Creighton University School of Nursing,BSN,1971-75
  • University of Nebraska Medical Center,MSN,1978-79
  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln,Ph.D.,1978-79

Publications and Presentations

Books

  • Haddad, A. (2016) "Care Ethics." in the Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics, Henk ten Have (Ed.), Springer Science+Business Media, New York, Chapter 69-1, pp. 1-9., Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics, 2016
  • Haddad, A. (2016) “Principles of Ethics,” in Ethics in Oncology Nursing, Jeanne M. Erikson and Kate Paige (Eds.), Oncology Nursing Society Publisher, Pittsburgh, PA, Chapter 1, pp. 1-20., Ethics in Oncology Nursing, 2016
  • Haddad, A. (2015) Ethical issues related to Orthotic Provision. In B. Coppard & H. Lohman (Eds.), Introduction to orthotics: A clinical reasoning and problem-solving approach (4th ed.) (pp.440-450). St. Louis, MO: Mosby, Introduction to Othotics: A Clinical Reasoning and Problem-Solving Approach, 2015

  • Haddad, A., & Matthias, K. (2013) Ethical Decision Making. In M.Chisholm-Burns, A. Vaillancourt, and M. Shepherd (Eds), Pharmacy Management, Leadership, Marketing, & Finance, (2nd ed). (pp. 499-509). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Pharmacy Management, Leadership, Marketing, & Finance, 2nd ed., 499-509, 2013
  • Haddad, A., Last, E. J., (2013) Application of ethical principles to practice dilemmas. In L.V. Allen, Jr., et, al. (Ed.) Remington: The science and practice of pharmacy (22nd ed.). (Chapter 59). (pp. 1857-1866). Philadelphia, PA: Pharmaceutical Press, Remington: The Science and Practice of Pharmacy, 22nd ed., 1857-1866, 2013
  • Haddad, A., Matthias, K. Ethical decision making, Pharmacy Management, Leadership, Marketing, & Finance, 101-113, 2010
  • Haddad, A. Ethics and ethical dilemmas, Women's Health Across the Lifespan: A Pharmacotherapeutic Approach, 777-787, 2010
  • Haddad, A. Perspective from an expert on pharmacy ethics, Professionalism in Medicine: The Case-Based Guide for Medical Students, 2009
  • Haddad, A. Stereotactic Biopsy [Poem], Stories of Illness and Healing; women Writing Their Bodies, 74-77, 2007
  • Haddad, A. What if They Said... [Poem], Stories of Illness and Healing; women Writing Their Bodies, 74-77, 2007
  • Haddad, A. Dehiscence [Poem], The poetry of nursing: Poems and commentaries of leading nurse-poets, 71-72, 2006
  • Haddad, A. Chemotherapy lounge [Poem], The poetry of nursing: Poems and commentaries of leading nurse-poets, 76-78, 2006
  • Haddad, A. Girding for battle [poem], The poetry of nursing: Poems and commentaries of leading nurse-poets, 74-75, 2006
  • Haddad, A. Asking for direction [Poem], The poetry of nursing: Poems and commentaries of leading nurse-poets, 73, 2006
  • Haddad, A. Amy Haddad, The poetry of nursing: Poems and commentaries of leading nurse-poets, 71-80, 2006
  • Haddad, A. M. Decision making at the end of life: The uneasy connection between ethics and spiritual beliefs, Perspectives on spiritual well-being and aging, 54-66, 2000

Poems

  • Haddad, A. (2015) “Angry Crow” (poem).  In Written Here: The Community of Writers Poetry Review (2013) p.21, Written Here: The Community of Writers Poetry Review, 21, 2015
  • Haddad, A. (2015) “At rehab” (poem) reprint of poem and commentary in Journal of the Humanities in Rehabilitation
    https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/journalofhumanitiesinrehabilitation/2015/01/03/at-rehab/ , Journal of the Humanities in Rehabilitation, 2015
  • Haddad, A. (2014) “Second degree block” (poem) and commentary. In T. Jones, D. Wear, and L.D. Friedman (Eds.), Health Humanities Reader. Rutgers University Press: New Brunswick, NJ, pp. 122-124., Health Humanities Reader, 122-124, 2014
  • Haddad, A. (2012) “The one she calls milk” (poem). Pulse: More voices from the heart of medicine. http://pulsemagazine.org/ November 23, 2012, Pulse: Voices from the Heart of Medicine, 2012

Articles


  • Veatch, R.M., Haddad, A. & Last, E.J. (2017) Case studies in pharmacy ethics.(3rd ed.) New  York, NY: Oxford University Press.
     , Case Studies in Pharmacy Ethics, 3rd ed., 2017
  • Haddad, A. (2015)  “The one she calls milk” (poem). Pulse: voices from the heart of medicine, Editors’ picks - a third anthology, Paul Gross and Diane Guernsey (Eds.), pp. 138-139, Pulse: Voices from the Heart of Medicine, 138-139, 2015

  • Veatch, R.M., Haddad, A. and English, D.C. (2014) Case studies in biomedical ethics : decision-making, principles, and cases.  (2nd ed.) Oxford University Press, New York, NY., Case Studies in Biomedical Ethics, 2nd ed., 2014
  • Veatch, R., Haddad, A. (2013) Case studies in pharmacy ethics (2nd ed.). (Korean  
         translation). PANMUN CO., LTD. Of Seoul, Case Studies in Pharmacy Ethics, 2nd ed., 2013
  • Purtilo, R., Haddad, A., Doherty, R. (2012) Health professional and patient interaction (8th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders (22 editions published between 1996 and 2014 in English and held by 1,762 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.), Health Professional and Patient Interaction, 8th ed. , 2012
  • Aita, M., Bennet-Woods, D., Clark, P., DuBois, J. M., Haddad, A., Kuczewski, M., Taylor, C., Walter, J. J. Undue burden? The Vatican & artificial nutrition & hydration, Commonweal, 136, 13-15, 2009
  • Begley, K., Haddad, A. R., Christensen, C., Lust, E. A health education program for underserved community youth led by health professions students, American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 73, 98, 2009
  • Jensen, G., Haddad, A., Danielson, Mary A. Shaping the life of the mind for practice, Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education, 36, 49-51, 2009
  • Haddad, Amy M. The course of leukemia [poem], International Journal of Humanities and Healthcare, 2, 6, 2008
  • Haddad, A. Goodwill Industries of Northern New England [Poem], Hospital Drive: A Journal of Reflective Practice in Word and Image, 2007
  • Haddad, A., Pucciani, D., Shapiro, J., Shafer, A. Always a surprise, even a wonder: poetry and commentary, Journal of medical humanities, 28, 105-114, 2007
  • Haddad, A. Ethics in action. Research before you react to questionable treatment, RN, 69, 24, 2006
  • Haddad, A. The day after Memorial Day [Poem]., Bellevue Literary Review, 6, 100, 2006
  • Haddad, A. Jug Shots [Poem], Janus Head, 9, 134, 2006
  • Haddad, A. Ethics in action. An ethical argument for adequate pain relief, RN, 69, 31-32, 2006
  • Haddad, A. Ethics in action. Help is available when a dilemma arises, RN, 69, 32, 2006
  • Haddad, A. Texas case spotlights end-of-life quandary, RN, 69, 20, 2006
  • Haddad, A. Should patients always be told the truth?, RN, 69, 28, 2006
  • Haddad, A. Prestidigitation [Poem], Touch, University of Missouri-Kansas City Medical Center Literary Magazine, 1, 9, 2006
  • Haddad, A. Ethics in action: How to help patients make informed decisions, RN, 68, 32, 2005
  • Haddad, A. Ethics in action. Your duty to noncompliant patients, RN, 68, 32, 2005
  • Haddad, A. Ethics in action. Is it ethical for nurses to go on strike?, RN, 68, 28, 2005
  • Haddad, A. M., Berger, B. A., Fassett, W. E., Ranelli, P. L., Buerki, R. A. Leading students to care: The use of clinical simulations in ethics reaction panel, Journal of Pharmacy Teaching, 12, 81-109, 2005
  • Haddad, A. M. Leading students to care: The use of clinical simulations in ethics, Journal of Pharmacy Teaching, 12, 61-79, 2005
  • Haddad, A. Teaching for enduring understandings in ethics, Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 19, 73-77, 2005
  • Haddad, A., Jensen, G. M. Scholarship of teaching and learning in physical therapist education [Guest editorial], Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 19, 3-4, 2005
  • Haddad, A. M., Coover, K. L., Egler, E., Quinones, R. Expanded role of consultant pharmacists - Consultants today are also practicing in ambulatory, acute care, and home care settings, US Pharmacist, 27, A44>A47-A48>A51-A52>A54-A56, 2002
  • Haddad, A. Fortresses and formularies: response 1, American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, 57, 856-857, 2000

Presentations

  • American Nurses Association, Ethics Symposium, Plenary Presentation: Leadership: Nurses as Ethical Leaders, in Baltimore, MD, June 4, 2015, 2015
  • Sinai Medical Center 33rd Annual Nursing Symposium Presentation, A Way to See In:  Poetry and Clinical Interactions, Los Angeles, CA,   May 11, 2015, 2015

  • Creighton University 8th Annual Addressing Health Disparities Seminar Presentation (co-presenter: Jackie Hill, MSN, APRN NP-C – University of Nebraska Medical Center) What Constitutes “True” Partnerships in Chronic Disease Prevention in Health Disparities?  Omaha, NE, April 25, 2015, 2015
  • Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Continuing Medical Education Ethics Conference Presentation, Belief in the Salutary Power of Explanations:  Poetry and Clinical Interactions, Los Angeles, CA, February 11, 2015, 2015
  • American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, Annual Meeting, Panel Presentation (co-presenters: Tracy Brazg, Ph.D., Social Work & Bioethic, University of Washington; Danae Dotolo, Ph.D., Social Work/Bioethics and Humanities, University of Washington; Meg Lagunas, Ph.D., School of Nursing, University of Washington; Steven Simpkins, Ph.D., School of Nursing, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Science, University of Washington; and Lisa Taylor-Swanson, Ph.D., School of Nursing, University of Washington), Ethics Case Studies as a Vector for Teaching Interprofessional Skills,  San Diego, CA, October 19, 2014, 2014
  • 2014 Nursing Ethics Summit – John Hopkins University,: Co-facilitator of Nursing Education Domain Workgroup,  Baltimore, MD, August 13-15, 2014 http://www.bioethicsinstitute.org/nursing-ethics-summit-report/blueprint-for-the-future, 2014
  • Jewish Family Services Workshop at the Jewish Community Center, Presentation “Medical Ethics:  What is the right or good things to do?” Omaha, NE, August 8, 2014, 2014
  • Fourth Cambridge Consortium for Bioethics Education, Cambridge University Press Columbia University Global Centers-Europe,  Presentation Designing for Enduring Understanding in a Clinical Bioethics Online Course”. Reid Hall, Paris.  June 23, 24, 25, 2014 (Presentation June 24th), 2014
  • American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, Annual Meeting, Panel Presentation, (co-presenters: Jay Baruch, MD, Alpert Medical School at Brown University, Providence, RI; Martin Kohn, PhD, The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH; Wynne Morrison, MD MBE, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA), Poetic License: Reflections on Inspiration, Permission, Process, and Ownership, Atlanta, GA, 2013, 2013
  • American Society for Public Administrators–Nebraska, Panel Presentation (co-presenters:  Bob O’Neill, Executive Director, ICMA; Jim Svara, Arizona State University), Ethics in Public Service: Your Professional Responsibility – A Code of Ethics, Omaha, NE 2013 , 2013
  • Children’s Hospital and Medical Center, Presentation (co-presenter:  Jos Welie, PhD, Center for Health Policy and Ethics, Omaha, NE), “Ethics and Perioperative Nursing,” Omaha, NE, 2012, 2012
  • Creighton University School of Medicine, Updates in OB/GYN Conference, Exploring Disparities in Women’s Health: Breast Cancer Care, Omaha, Nebraska, 2012, 2012
  • Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 23 Integrated Ethics Conference, keynote speaker, Formulating the Ethics Question, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 2012, 2012
  • All Things Ignatian Poster Presentation, In Their Own Words: the lived experience of African American breast cancer survivors, Creighton University, 2012, 2012

Research and Scholarship

Research and Scholarship Interests

  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning – Simulations and their Impact on Learning