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Tom Doyle, PhD
Tom Doyle, PhD, is a postdoctoral fellow at the IU Center for Bioethics.
Dr. Doyle received his bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, and his PhD in philosophy at Purdue University. Additionally, he completed a fellowship in clinical medical ethics at the Fairbanks Center for Medical Ethics at IU Health.
Dr. Doyle’s research interests include the phenomenology of health and illness, health care access, and patient behavior (i.e., understanding and decision-making). He has published on the topic of health care deserts.
Tom Doyle, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow from the Center for Bioethics, reflects on his recent publication in Health Affairs on his personal experience with Hodgkin's Lymphoma and how he would have benefitted from the use of decision aids when choosing between treatment options.