Jack P. Freer, MD, FACP

Research Professor, Department of Social and Preventive Medicine

Contact Information

Phone: 716-871-1571
Fax: 716-871-1580
Email: jfreer@buffalo.edu

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Research Interests: biomedical ethics (particularly dealing with incapacitated patients) and palliative medicine

Selected Publications

  • Freer JP, Eubanks M, Parker B, Hershey CO. Advance directives: ambulatory patients' knowledge and perspectives. Am J Med. 2006;119(12). 1088.
  • Jack Freer, Stephen Wear. Culture Wars In New York State: Ongoing Political Resistance by Religious Groups to The Family Care Health Decisions Act Christian Bioethics. 2002;B(1). 9
  • Freer JP, Zinnerstrom KL. The palliative medicine extended standardized patient scenario: a preliminary report. J Palliat Med. 2001;4(1). 49
  • Freer JP. Decision making in an incapacitated patient. J Clin Ethics. 1993;4(1). 55
  • Freer JP, Truog RD, Fackler JC, Bartholme WG, Morgan H. Brain death and the termination of life support: case and analysis. J Clin Ethics. 1992;3(1). 78.
  • Morris ME, Freer JP, Watson WA. Sulfate homeostasis. lit. Effect of chronic naproxen or sulindac treatment on inorganic sulfate disposition in arthritic patients with renal impairment. Pharm Res. 1991;8(2).242-246.
  • Watson WA, Kalb RE, Siskin S8, Freer JP, Krochmal L. The Safety of Halobetasol 0.05% Ointment in the Treatment of Psoriasis. Pharmacotherapy. 1990;10(2). 107-111.
  • Gregoire SL, Grasela TH, Freer JP, Tack KJ, Schentag JJ. Inhibition of theophylline clearance by coadministered ofloxacin without alteration of theophylline effects. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 1987;31 (3).375-378.
  • Watson WA, Freer JP, Katz RS, Basch C. Kidney function during naproxen therapy in patients at risk for renal insufficiency. Semin Arthritis Rheum. 1987;17(3 Sup). 12-16.
  • Freer JP. Chronic vegetative states: intrinsic value of biological process. J Med Philos. 1984;9(4).395-407.

revised: 2007.11.18