Catherine V. CaldicottMD, FACP
Dr. Caldicott is an internist with over 15 years of experience in healthcare professional ethics education, remediation, coaching, and research. Most recently, she served as the Program Director of the Professional Problem-Based Ethics Program (PROBE). In that position, she assisted over 1200 US and Canadian healthcare professionals and trainees from more than 20 clinical disciplines in areas such as boundary transgressions, financial improprieties, misrepresentations and cheating, and supervisory lapses.
Dr. Caldicott has been invited to speak before the American Association of Dental Boards, the BC Health Regulators (British Columbia), and the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy, where she was a keynote speaker at their annual meeting in 2016. Dr. Caldicott earned her undergraduate degree at Princeton University and graduated from Dartmouth Medical School. She did her Internal Medicine internship at Yale and residency at the University of Michigan, where subsequently she was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholar.
She then joined the faculty at the State University of New York Upstate Medical University, where she achieved the rank of Associate Professor of Bioethics and Humanities and Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. Her publications have appeared in such peer-reviewed journals as Academic Medicine, Medical Education, and Ethics and Behavior.