Michigan State University Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies
Dr. Ross Driscoll is the associate program director of internal medicine and an assistant professor in the medical ethics, humanities, and law program. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and medical degree from the University of Nebraska. Dr. Driscoll is an attending physician for medical students and residents in both inpatient and outpatient general internal medicine. He served as the lead clerkship director for the fourth-year advanced medicine ICU rotation. He facilitates internal medicine journal clubs and teaches evidence-based medicine. Dr. Driscoll is a scholar advisor teaching first- and second-year medical students history taking, physical exam skills, and procedural skills.
Dr. Driscoll has been teaching case-based medical ethics to medical students, residents and faculty in multiple settings, including monthly internal medicine conferences, for over 10 years. He presents medical ethics topics at internal medicine grand rounds, hospital ethics conferences and attends local and regional ethics conferences. General areas of interest include medical decision making capacity, physician-patient relationships, confidentiality and honesty/truth telling among others.