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The Criminalization of End-of-Life Care and the Emergence of ‘Clinical Forensic Medicine’ by James Farragher Campbell and John H. Fullerton, MD
Dr. John H. Fullerton, a certified Clinical Forensics Expert, has participated in nationally recognized elder abuse defense cases, including "lay caregivers" misguidedly criminally charged with homicide or manslaughter after caring for loved ones at home with advanced dementias (according to expressed prior wishes/advanced directives).
This article was published in ‘The Champion’ - Journal of The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
November 2010 Issue
Potential Impact of Amyloid Imaging on Diagnosis and Intended Managment in Patients with Progressive Cognitive Decline by AVID Radiopharmaceuticals 45-A17 Study Group (Fullerton, JH)
The use of Florbetapir F18 for the in vivo assessment of amyloid pathology in patients undergoing evaluation for Alzheimer's Disease (AD). The aim of the study was to determine the impact of amyloid imaging on the diagnoses and management of patients undergoing evaluation for cognitive decline. In summary, the amyloid imaging results altered physician's diagnostic thinking, intended testing, and management for those undergoing evaluation for cognitive decline.
PubMed.Gov and Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders International Journal
Medical Treatments of Unintentional Weight Loss in Long-Term Care: Including Current Issues Surrounding the Role of Medical Marijuana in Nursing Homes by John H. Fullerton, MD, CMD, FACP, AGSF, FAAHPM et al
Timely news on the state of medical marijuana in nursing homes by Dr. John Fullerton. This article was published in The CALTCM Wave - Journal of The California Association of Long Term Care Medicine.
February 2011 Issue
AMDA House of Delegates passes the California Chapter's (CALTCM's) Prison Resolution co-authored by Dr. John H. Fullerton
Passage of a major national resolution at the March 2011 Annual AMDA (The American Medical Directors Association) meeting in Tampa, FL. The Resolution was co-authored by Dr. John Fullerton who serves as Chair of the Policy & Professional Services Committee for the State Chapter. Of note, Dr. Fullerton was additionally appointed to the national Public Policy Committee of AMDA to provide similar oversight and draft similar resolutions on a national stage.
As seen in The CALTCM Wave - Journal of The California Association of Long Term Care Medicine.
May 2011 Issue