Mark A. Graber, MD, MSHCE, FACEP

Portrait
Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine

Contact Information

Iowa City, IA 52242
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Education

BS, Biology, College of William and Mary
MD, Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School
MS, Healthcare Ethics, Creighton University
Internship, Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital
Resident, Family Practice, University of Iowa

Licensure and Certifications

Family Practice

Publications

Graber, M. A., Wilbur, J. (2012). Family Practice Examination and Board Review.

Graber, M. A., Panko, C. & Buresh, C. (2012). International Medical Student Rotations: Ethical and Emotional Dilemmas. Journal of Global Health Perspectives.

Graber, M. A., Graber, A. D. (2012). Internet Crowdsourcing and Research Ethics-the Case for IRB Review. Journal of Medical Ethics. PMID: doi:10.1136/medethics-2012-100798.

Graber, M. A., Graber, A. D. (2011). Black, White or Green: ”Race”, Gender and Avatars within the Therapeutic Space. BMJ Medical Humanities. DOI: doi:10.1136/jmh.2010.005637.

Graber, M. A. (2011). The overlapping roles of the Rural Doctor. pp. 273-277. Virtual Mentor (AMA Ethics Journal).

Graber, M. A., Graber, A. D. (2010). Get your paws off my pixels; do avatars have a right to bodily integrity. Journal of Internet Medical Research.

Katz, D. A., Graber, M. A., Birrer, E., Lounsbury, P., Baldwin, A., Hillis, S. L. & Christensen, A. J. (2009). Health beliefs toward cardiovascular risk reduction in patients admitted to chest pain observation units.

Graber, A. D., Graber, M. A. (2008). Wetware, game theory, and the golden rule. Am J Bioeth, 8(5), 30-1.

Graber, M. A., Randles, B. D., Ely, J. W. & Monnahan, J. (2008). Answering clinical questions in the ED. Am J Emerg Med, 26(2), 114-7.

Ahmed, A., Graber, M. A. (2008). Dyspnea in the Emergency Department.

Graber, M. A., Wilbur, J. (2008). Family Practice Examination and Board Review. (2) McGraw-Hill, Philadelphia.

Graber, M. A., Easton-Carr, R. (2008). Poverty and pain: Ethics and the Lack of Opioid Pain Medications in Fixed-Price, Low-Cost Prescription Plans.

Graber, M. A., Easton, R. B. & Monnahan, J. (2007). Defining the scope of implied consent in the Emergency Department. Am J Bioeth, 7(12), 35-8.

Graber, M. A., Easton, R. B. (2007). Response to open peer commentaries on ‘Defining the scope of implied consent in the emergency department’. Am J Bioeth, 7(12), 3-4.

Graber, M. A., Randles, B. D., Monahan, J., Ely, J. W., Jennissen, C., Peters, B. & Anderson, D. (2007). What questions about patient care do physicians have during and after patient contact in the ED? The taxonomy of gaps in physician knowledge. Emerg Med J, 24(10), 703-6.

van Zuuren, E. J., Graber, M. A., Gupta, A. K., Gover, M. D. & Hollis, S. (2007). Systematic review of rosacea treatments. J Am Acad Dermatol, 56(1), 107-15.

Graber, M. A. (2006). Can I have that drug I saw on TV? Justice, cost-effectiveness, and the ethics of prescribing. JAAPA, 19(7), 48-9.

Graber, M. A., Jones, J. & Wilbur, J. (2006). The Family Practice Handbook. M. A. Graber , J. Jones & J. Wilbur (Eds.) (5) Elsevier.

Graber, M. A. (2006). Glanders and Melioidosis. In P. D. Ciottone (Eds.) Disaster Medicine. Mosby, Philadelphia.

Graber, M. A., Hartz, A., James, P., Nugent, A. & Green, M. D. (2005). An alternative method of determining standard of care in alleged cases of malpractice. J Am Board Fam Pract, 18(6), 453-8.

Graber, M. A., Fong-Tansey, J. (2005). Autonomy, Consent and Limiting Health Care Costs. J Med Ethics, 31(7), 424-6.

Graber, M. A., Wyatt, C., Kasparek, L. & Xu, Y. (2005). Does simulator training for medical students change patient opinions and attitudes toward medical student procedures in the emergency department?.

Graber, M. A., van Zuuren, E. J. (2005). The rigor of trials evaluating rosacea treatments.

Graber, M. A., Hughes, J. A. (2005). The case of Mr. Li, Virtual Mentor.

Graber, M. A., Ely, J. & Dawson, J. (2005). The non-random occurrence of visits to the emergency department.

Graber, M. A., Waack, K. E. & Ernst, M. E. (2004). Informational content of official pharmaceutical industry web sites about treatments for erectile dysfunction.

Graber, M. A., Ely, J. & Dawson, J. (2004). The non-random occurrence of visits to the emergency department.

Graber, M. A., Wyatt, C., Kasparek, L. & Xu, Y. (2004). Does simulator training for medical students change patient opinions and attitudes towards medical student procedures in the emergency department?.

Graber, M. A., Wilbur, J., Kukoyi, L. & House, H. (2004). Family Practice Examination and Board Review. (1) McGraw-Hill, Philadelphia.

Graber, M. A., van Zuuren, E. J., Hollis, S., Chaudhry, M. & Gupta, A. K. (2004). Interventions for rosacea (Cochrane Review). Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd,(1).

Graber, M. A., Pierre, J. & Charlton, M. (2003). Patient opinions and attitudes toward medical student procedures in the emergency department.

House, H., Graber, M. A. & Scheckel, S. (2003). Preparation of emergency departments for biologic or chemical attacks.

Graber, M. A., VanScoy, D. (2003). How well does decision-support software perform in the emergency department?.

Graber, M. A., Armstrong, J. (2003). B-natriuretic peptide in the management of heart failure. JAAPA, 16, 35-39.

Graber, M. A. (2002). Surf's up! Protecting the privacy of health information on the Internet: we need new privacy laws and better encryption of information. (Vols. 176). (2), pp. 79-81. Western Journal of Medicine.

Graber, M. A., D’Alessandro, D. M. & Johnson-West, J. (2002). Is the reading level of privacy policies on Internet Health Websites too high for most users?. Journal of Family Practice, 51, 642-45.

Graber, M. A., Weckmann, M. (2002). Pharmaceutical company internet sites as sources of information about antidepressant medications.

Graber, M. A. (2002). Unusual seizure presentations.

Graber, M. A., Scheckel, S. J. (2001). Chest Pain; An evidence based approach.

Graber, M. A. (2001). Is it ethical to lie to secure hospital admission?. Western Journal of Medicine, 175(2).

Graber, M. A. (2001). Minor head trauma in children and athletes.

Graber, M. A., Lanternier, M. (2001). The Family Practice Handbook. (4) Mosby, St. Louis.

Graber, M. A. (2001). Traumatic Brain injury. In M. Dambro (Eds.) The Five-Minute Clinical Consultant. Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia.

Graber, M. A., Ammache, Z. & Davis, P. (2000). Idiopathic stabbing headache associated with monocular visual loss.

Graber, M. A. (2000). Recurrent Infections. In R. Rakel (Eds.) Saunders Manual of Medical Practices. (2) Saunders.

Graber, M. A., Bergus, G. (2000). The effect of a patient’s psychiatric history on physician’s estimation of the probability of disease. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 15(3), 204-6.

Graber, M. A., Hartz, A. & Jogerst, G. (2000). Falsification of admission diagnoses in order to admit the rehabilitated elderly.

Graber, M. A. (1999). Rejoice and help patients get the best from the Web. Western Journal of Medicine, 117(5), 305.

Graber, M. A., Bergus, G. & York, C. (1999). Using the World Wide Web to answer clinical questions: How efficient are different methods of information retrieval?. Journal of Family Practice, 48(7), 520-24.

Graber, M. A., Ely, J. W., Clarke, S., Kurtz, S. & Weir (1999). Informed consent is an unnecessary barrier to the early use of pain medication in patients with abdominal pain. American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 17(2), 133-36.

Graber, M. A., Kathol, M. (1999). Interpreting cervical spine radiography. American Family Physician, 59(2), 331-42.

Graber, M. A., Roller, C. M. & Kaeble, B. (1999). Readability levels of patient education material on the World Wide Web. Journal of Family Practice, 48(1), 58-61.

Ernst, M. E., Graber, M. A. (1999). Methylxanthine use in anaphylaxis: What does the evidence tell us?.

Graber, M. A. (1998). Acute abdominal pain: part 2: when an operation is necessary.

Graber, M. A., Bergus, G. (1998). The effect of a patient’s psychiatric history on physicians’ estimation of the probability of disease.

Graber, M. A., D’Alessandro, D., D’Allessandro, M. P., Bergus, G. R., Levy, B. T. & Ostrem, S. F. (1998). Usage analysis of a comprehensive medical resource on the Internet.

Graber, M. A., Levy, B. (1997). Respiratory syncytial virus infections in infants and young children. Journal of Family Practice, 45(6), 473-481.

Salluzo, R. F., Bartfield, J. M., Freed, H., Graber, M. A. & Peters, T. (1997). Attitudes of emergency department patients towards HIV-infected health care workers. American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 15(2), 141-44.

Graber, M. A., Toth, P. P. & Herting, R. (1997). The Family Practice Handbook. (3) Mosby-Yearbook, St. Louis.

Graber, M. A., Ely, J. W., Berbaum, K. S., Bergus, G. R., Thompson, B. H., Levy, B. T., Evans, E. R., Bedell, D. A. & Fick, D. S. (1996). Diagnosing left lower lobe pneumonia; usefulness of ‘spine signs’ on lateral chest radiographs. Journal of Family Practice, 43(3).

Graber, M. A., Levy, B., Weir, R. F. & Oppliger, R. A. (1996). Patients’ views about physician participation in assisted suicide and euthanasia. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 11(2), 71-76.

Graber, M. A., Gjerde, C., Bergus, G. & Ely, J. (1995). Unofficial patient files and inter-institutional information transfer in emergency medicine in Iowa. American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 13(5), 509-511.

Graber, M. A., Hoehns, B. & Perry, P. (1994). Sertraline-phenylzine drug interaction: a serotonin syndrome reaction.

Graber, M. A., Allen, R. & Levy, B. (1994). The Family Practice Handbook. B. Levy (Eds.) (2) Mosby-Yearbook.

Graber, M. A., Freed, H. (1992). Polyglandular Autoimmune syndrome - a cause of multiple and sequential endocrine failures. American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 10(2), 130-2.

Graber, M. A., Graber, A. D. Get your paws off my pixels; do avatars have a right to bodily integrity. Journal of Internet Medical Research.

WIlbur, J. K., Graber, M. A. & Ray, B. (2016). In Graber and Wilburs Family Medicine Examination and Board Review, Oct 2016. (4), pp. 800. New York, New York: McGraw-Hill.