Roy Martin, MDiv, DMin

Assistant Professor of Clinical Ethics
TCOM Medical Education/Academic Affairs
UNT Health Science Center
Fort Worth, Texas

Roy S. Martin, M. Div, D. Min., has served as Assistant Professor and Director of the program in Ethics and Professionalism at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, Fort Worth since 2001. He holds an undergraduate degree in English and History from the University of Memphis and masters and doctoral degrees from Texas Christian University. Previously he was Chaplain at TCU, Director of Staff Counseling at University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center (UTMDA), Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHSCH) in the Medical School (Psychiatry), Adjunct Professor of Communication and Ethics at UTHSCH (School of Allied Health), Clinical Assistant Professor of Medical Humanities at UTMDA; and Director of Pastoral Care at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth. He served on the drafting committee of the Code of Ethics at UTMDA and at Cook Children’s Medical Center. He is a founding member of the WARM PLACE and the Tarrant County Academy of Medicine’s Ethics Consortium and serves on several hospital, hospice and community agency ethics committees. He has directed remedial ethics rotations at UNTHSC and lectured for the Federation of State Medical Boards and the Family Medicine Physician Reentry Program at JPS Hospital in Fort Worth on the ethical boundaries of professionalism.

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