Following the completion of her Ph.D. in 1985, Dr. Fleetwood joined the full-time faculty of Villanova University in the Department of Philosophy. The next year she joined the faculty of Medical College of Pennsylvania (MCP) in the Division of Medical Humanities, which offered an opportunity to teach graduate-level medical ethics courses and do ethics education in the clinical setting of MCP Hospital. Although the institution has changed names (Medical College of Pennsylvania, MCP Hahnemann University, Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, and now Drexel University College of Medicine), Dr. Fleetwood has been a member of the same faculty since 1986. In 2005, she began a part-time administrative fellowship in the Drexel University Provost's Office, and is currently Vice Provost for Strategic Development and Initiatives.
Research Interests: Medical humanities, medical ethics, bioethics.
Faculty, “Spiritual Care in the Healing Arts,” a three-year project funded by the GWISH Spirituality and Medicine Awards for Primary Care Residency Training Programs. $30,000, 2005-2008.
Morahan, P., Fleetwood, J. “The Double Helix of Activity and Scholarship: Building a Medical Education Career with Limited Resources,” Medical Education. Volume 42 (1):34-44. January , 2008.
Fleetwood, J. STDs In Patients with Multiple Partners: Confidentiality. American Family Physician. Volume 74, No. 2:1963-1964. December 1, 2006.
Fleetwood, J., Kassutto, Z., Lipsky, M. Clinical Ethics in Family Medicine. American Academy of Family Physicians. Kansas City, Missouri: July, 2004.
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