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Sean M. Marks MD
Associate Professor
Department of Medicine
Division of Geriatric and Palliative Medicine

OFFICE ADDRESS:
Clinical Cancer Center
9200 W Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53226

EDUCATION:
08/1996 - 08/1999 B.S., University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
08/2000 - 05/2004 M.D., Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING AND FELLOWSHIP APPOINTMENTS:
06/2004 - 05/2007 Resident, Internal Medicine, University Hospitals Case Medical, Cleveland, OH
07/2007 - 06/2008 Fellowship, Palliative Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS:
07/2008 - 06/2015 Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology/Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/01/2015 - 12/31/2020 Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology and Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin
01/2021 - Present Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Geriatric and Palliative Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin

EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:
07/2008 - 2011 Director, Palliative Medicine Course for M4 Ambulatory Medical Students, Medicine, Hematology and Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
01/2009 - 05/2010 Associate Fellowship Director, Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Medicine, Hematology and Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
09/2009 - 12/2011 Interim Director, Hospice and Palliative Care Program, Medicine, Division of Hematology/Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
05/2010 - 12/2020 Fellowship Director, Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Medicine, Hematology and Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
01/2021 - Present Fellowship Director, Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Medicine, Geriatric and Palliative Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

HOSPITAL STAFF PRIVILEGES:
07/2008 - Present Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, 9200 W. Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53226
08/2009 - Present Zablocki Veteran Affairs Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI

SPECIALTY BOARDS AND CERTIFICATION:
Board Certified
Issue DateExpiration
American Board of Internal Medicine
10/2007
10/2027
Hospice and Palliative Medicine
10/2008
10/2028
   
Licensure
Number Issue DateExpiration
DEA License
07/2007
01/2025
Wisconsin License
10/2011
10/2021
    

AWARDS AND HONORS:
2009 - 2010 Outstanding Medical Student Teacher Award
2010 - 2011 Top Ten Teaching Faculty - as voted by residents of the Department of Medicine
2011 - 2012 Outstanding Medical Student Teacher Award
2012 - 2013 by the Department of Medicine Housestaff for Best Teaching Faculty at Froedtert Hospital.
2015 - 2016 Department of Medicine Housestaff: Best Teacher at Froedtert Hospital.
2019 - Present The Lee A Biblo 2019 Excellence in Professionalism Award: annually presented by Medical College Physicians to select faculty members in recognition of their compassion, collaboration, and leadership.
2020 - Present Outstanding Medical Student Teacher Award

MEMBERSHIPS IN HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
07/2004 - 05/2010 American Medical Association (Member )
08/2007 - Present American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (Member )
05/2010 - 06/2013 American College of Physicians (Member)
01/2015 - Present Palliative Care Network of Wisconsin (Member)

EDITORSHIPS/EDITORIAL BOARDS/JOURNAL REVIEWS:
Editorship
2012 - 2014 Associate Editor Fast Facts and Concepts, End of Life/Palliative Educational Resource Center
2015 - Present Editor-In-Chief Fast Facts and Concepts
Ad-Hoc Reviewer
2008 - 2014 selected manuscripts Journal of Supportive Cancer Care
2010 - Present manuscripts Journal of Palliative Medicine
2017 - Present selected manuscripts Palliative Medicine
2017 - Present Journal of Pain and Symptom Management
2017 - Present Pediatric Fast Facts and Concepts
2017 - Present selected manuscripts BMJ Open
2019 - Present Journal of Palliative Care
10/2020 - 02/2021 Content reviewer Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) Symptom Management and Serious Illness Modules
2020 - Present Palliative Care Reports
10/2021 - 02/2022 Content reviewer Center to Advance Palliative Care Pain Management Modules

LOCAL/REGIONAL APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
07/2009 - 08/2014 PNT Committee, Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital
07/2010 - Present Fellowship Directors Committee, Department of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/2011 - 2014 Bioethics Committee, Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center
11/2011 - 06/2017 Faculty Council, Medical College of Wisconsin
01/2013 - 12/2013 MCWAH Internal Review Committee - Allergy and Immunology., Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals
01/2013 - Present Bereaved Family Survey Committee, Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center
07/2013 - Present Clinical Competency Committee, Department of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/2013 - 06/2016 Scholarship Oversight Committee, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin
05/2014 - 05/2020 Conference Planning Committee - Palliative Care Day-long CME Event Planned Annually in the Spring, Medical College of Wisconsin
08/2014 - 06/2016 GMEC Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin
05/2016 - Present Fast Facts and Concepts MCW CME Planning Committee Chairperson
08/2017 - Present Member, Kern Institute GME Advisory Team, Medical College of Wisconsin
01/2019 - 11/2020 Workgroup member to standardize End-of-Life Medical Student Education, NTN Goals of Care/End-of-Life Workgroup

NATIONAL ELECTED/APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
05/2009 - Present AAHPM Fellowship Directors SIG, AAHPM
05/2009 - Present AAHPM Ethics SIG, AAHPM
01/2019 - 2020 Member, National Transformation Network Goals of Care/End-of-Life Workgroup, National Transformation Network

INVITED LECTURES/WORKSHOPS/PRESENTATIONS:
Local
Marks, S, HIV and Palliative Medicine, Shari Croen Palliative Care Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin., 2008
Marks, S, Prognostication in the ED, Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds., Medical College of Wisconsin, 2009
Marks, S, Advances in Advance Directives, Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2009
Marks, S, More malignant than cancer? How can we recognize and care for patients who are dying from congestive heart failure, Cardiology Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2011
Marks, S, Prognostication at the end of life: how we know when our patients are dying?, MCW Bioethics Conference, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2011
Marks, S, How much time do I have doc? The 101 on prognostication., Medicine Grand Rounds, Columbia St Mary's Hospital, 2013
Marks, S, Advance Directives: the good, the bad, the ugly, and the facelifts to come, GIM Rounds, Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Complex, 2014
Marks, S, Palliative Care Issues Among Hospitalized Patients, MCW Grand Rounds for Advance Practice Providers, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2014
Marks, S, Palliative Care Issues in the Intensive Care Unit, CVICU Lecture Series, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2014
Marks, S, Finding the Right Balance in Safe Opioid Prescribing Practices in Palliative Care Patients., April Primary Care Meeting for the Milwaukee Regional Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, 2018
Marks, S, Why is Cancer-related Pain Different? Isn't Pain Pain?, MCW Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2020
Marks, S, Suggested Framework for Leading COVID-19 Goals of Care Discussions., MCW Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2020
 
Regional
Marks, S, Non-pain symptom management in the terminally ill, Hospice and Palliative Medicine Lecture Series, St. Luke's Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, 2009
Marks, S, Physician-patient communication strategies in palliative care, The Hospice Organization & Palliative Experts of Wisconsin's Medical Director & Palliative Care Physician Day, 2010
Marks, S, How to Withdraw a Ventilator without Withdrawing Care?, Palliative Medicine CME Lecture Series, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2011
Marks, S, How do you know if your patient is dying?, Hospice and Palliative Medicine CME Lecture Series, Sanford Brown College, 2011
Marks, S, How do we know when our patients are dying?, Update in Primary Care Annual Conference, Door County, WI, 2012
Marks, S, Advances in Advance Directives, MCW Department of Family Medicine Family Refresher Course, 2013
Marks, S, Advances in Advance Directives, Update in Primary Care Annual Conference, Door County, WI, 2013
Marks, S, Natural Death: Is It Even Possible Anymore?, MCW Great Lakes Regional Palliative Care CME Event, Lake Geneva, WI, 04/2015
Marks, S, Natural Death: Is It Even Possible Anymore?, MCW Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, 04/2015
Marks, S, Natural Death: Is It Even Possible Anymore?, Wisconsin Chapter of the American College of Physicians, 07/2016
Marks, S, Natural Death: Is It Even Possible Anymore?, Wisconsin Chapter of the American College of Physicians Annual Scientific Meeting, 09/2018
Marks, S, Pearls for Leading Goals of Care Conversations, MCW Surgical Oncology Regional CME Conference, Kohler, WI, 2018
 

PEER REVIEWED WORKSHOPS/PRESENTATIONS:
Local
Esteban JP, Rein L, Szabo A, Saeian K, Marks S, Comparative perspectives of liver and palliative care clinicians on palliative care services in end stage liver disease, 3rd Annual DOM Research Retreat, Medical College of Wisconsin, 03/2017
Foutz RA, Lawton, CW Patel PJ, Marks S, Attitudes and experiences with a standardized palliative care curriculum for Vascular and Interventional Radiology house-staff, 6th Annual DOM Research Retreat, 03/2020
 
National
Nickoloff S, Marks S, Recka K, A nurse screening trigger tool in the intensive care unit to help identify patients with unmet palliative care needs., Center to Advance Palliative Care Annual Assembly, Miami, Florida, 2012
Havas N, Marks S, Utilizing a team based learning palliative care learning exercise into the core educational curriculum of medical students, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Hospice Nurse Annual Assembly, 2012
Marks S, Muchka S, Nickoloff S, Zibelman M, Assessing Prognostic Accuracy Among Palliative Medicine Clinicians, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Annual Assembly, New Orleans, 2013
Nickoloff SJ and Marks S., End Of Life Decisions In A Patient With An Intraaortic Balloon Pump., 2013 American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Annual Assembly, 2013
Recka K, Marks S, A hospital wide Bereaved Family Survey Committee to improve Palliative Care quality measures, Centers to Advance Palliative Care National Assembly, Orlando FL., 2014
Martin K, Marks S, Request for hastened death in a Parkinson's Patient: is there a plug to pull?, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Nurse Annual Assembly, Philadelphia, PA, 2014
Ramalingam S, Dracca J, Marks S, Preventing Iatrogenic harm by utilizing a collaborative multi-disciplinary multi-modal approach to managing cancer-related bone pain, American College of Physicians Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, 2015
Marks S, Freeman M, Rosielle D, Claxton R, Fast and Furious Palliative Care Education: Utilizing Fast Facts and Concepts to Deliver Just-in-Time Teaching, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Annual Assembly, Chicago, IL, 2016
Wanner JP, Marks S, Dietrich P, Winter M, Lange G, Surgery without a surrogate: the low prevalence of healthcare power of attorney documents among pre-operative patients requiring general anesthesia, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Nurse Annual Assembly, Chicago, IL, 2016
Foutz RA, Marks S, The pitfalls of withdrawing life sustaining treatment from a decisional patient: an increasingly common challenge with advances in life prolonging therapies., American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Nurse Annual Assembly, Chicago, IL., 2016
Esteban JP, Rein L, Szabo A, Saeian K, Marks S, Comparative perspectives on palliative care services in end stage liver disease: results of a survey of American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) members., Digestive Disease Week, Chicago, IL, 05/2017
Blumenfeld-Kouchner, Marks S., Is the diagnosis of a new venous thromboembolism akin to disease progression as a prognostic marker in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy? Case report poster presentation, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Annual Assembly, Boston, MA, 03/2018
Stevens J, Bukowy E, Donegan M, Marks S, Pearl N, Rhoades M, Teso K, Pharmacist-driven patient-centered deprescribing, Vizient Pharmacy Network's ASHP Midyear Meeting, 12/2019
 
International
Esteban JP, Rein L, Szabo A, Saeian K, Marks S, When to refer end-stage liver disease patients to palliative care: A survey of practicing liver and palliative care clinicians., EASL: The International Liver Congress, Amsterdam, Netherlan, 2017
 

COMMITTEE SERVICE:
Medical College of Wisconsin
10/2008 - Present Member, Intern Selection Committee, Department of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
07/2009 - 06/2013 Member, Residency Evaluation Committee, Department of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin
 
Hospital
07/2009 - 08/2014 Member, PNT Committee, Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital
 

MEDICAL COLLEGE TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
Medical Student Education
03/2007 - 2010 Lecture – Death in Art and Film. Given to M4 MCW students rotating through their MCW Humanities elective (2).
2007 - 2012 Small group facilitator M2 Bioethics course
07/2008 - 2010 Director, Palliative Medicine Course for Ambulatory Medical Students. Provide orientation lecture and wrap-up lecture regarding core palliative care topics each month for rotating M3-M4 students on their ambulatory months. Also director of M3/M4 full day visit with FMLH palliative care team
2008 - 07/2010 Designed and implemented narrated power point presentations on selected Palliative Medicine topics including: “Advance Directives,” “Discussing DNR orders,” and “Imminent Death” for the MCW itunes university.
03/2010 - Present Lecture – Hollywood Endings, a writing exercise. Given to M4 MCW students rotating through their MCW Humanities elective (1).
07/2010 - Present Palliative Medicine TBL for Ambulatory Medical Students. Created TBL for medical students regarding core palliative care concepts. Provide this TBL on a monthly basis.
2013 Small group facilitator MCWAH's case based discussion on professionalism offered to all incoming MCWAH housestaff
2018 - Present M1 Healer’s Art Preceptor
2019 - Present American Roadtrip Photography to Foster Career Transitions in Clinical Medicine. An interactive educational session given to M4 MCW students rotating through their Humanities elective
2019 - Present Challenges and Opportunities in the US End-of-Life Health Care System. M1 Capstone Course
09/2021 - 04/2022 Delivering Difficult News, presented three times annually as a part of the M3 lecture series
01/11/2022 Small group facilitator, Spiritual Issues and Physician-assisted death, M2 Foundational Capstone
 
Resident and Fellow Education
01/2008 - 2009 Lecture -- Cancer Related Bone Pain. Given to Internal Medicine Residents (2)
07/2008 - Present Annual lecture on "Prognosis" for the Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Core Lecture Series (4)
09/2008 - Present Lecture – Opioid Induced Neurotoxicity. HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series (2)
09/2008 - Present Lecture – Opioid Bowel Dysfunction. HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series (2)
10/2008 - 2010 Lecture – Palliative Care in the ICU. Given monthly to residents rotating through their MICU month.
10/2008 Bone pain in multiple myeloma. Given to multiple myeloma support group.
2008 - Present How to know if your patient is dying prognostication in palliative care, HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series.
02/2009 - Present Lecture – Introduction to Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Given to first year internal medicine residents for their academic half-day (3).
02/2009 Lecture – Medical Ethics at the End of Life. Given to upper year internal medicine residents for their academic half-day.
02/2009 - Present Prognostication. Given to upper year internal medicine residents for their academic half-day (2).
10/2009 - Present Lecture: How to Deliver a Family Conference. HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series (3)
2009 - 2011 Palliative Care Board Review. Given to upper year internal medicine residents for their academic half-day.
2009 - 2011 Lecture: Discussing DNR. Given to first year internal medicine residents for their academic half-day (3).
2009 - Present Prognostication. Lecture given to upper year internal medicine residents for their academic half-day.
2009 - Present How to Deliver a Family Conference, Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2009 - Present Care for the Imminently Dying, FMLH Palliative Care lecture series.
01/2010 - 2019 Methadone for cancer related pain. HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series (2)
04/2010 Physician-patient communication in palliative care. Given for a day long conference organized by The Hospice Organization & Palliative Experts of Wisconsin (HOPE of WI) titled “Medical Director & Palliative Care Physician Day”
2010 - Present Redesigned and implemented didactic educational curriculum for the Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship at MCW
2010 - Present How to Withdraw a Ventilator Without Withdrawing Care, academic half day
2010 - 2011 Syndrome of Imminent Death, Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Core Lecture Serie
05/2011 - Present Palliative Sedation. HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series (2)
2011 - Present Adverse Effects of Opioids Part 1 Aberrant Drug Behaviors, HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2011 - 2018 Lecture: Palliative Care 101 for Advanced Cancer. Given to Interventional Radiology faculty, nursing staff and fellows (1)
2011 - Present How to become competent in pain management in 80 minutes, academic half-day
2011 - Present Palliative Care 101 for Radiation Oncologists, Radiation Oncology residents lecture series
2012 - Present Designed and implemented two part assessment and educational tool provided to all fellows of the MCW Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship.
2013 - Present Medical Futility, HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2014 - 2018 Adverse Effects of Opioids Part 2 Clinical Management Guidelines, Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2014 - Present How to Provide Compassion Care When Your Patient Dies in the Hospital, academic half-day
2015 - 2016 Moral Distress in Palliative Care, HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2015 - Present Utilization of Patient Outcomes Data to Improve Prognostication Skills, HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2015 - Present Introduction to Hospice and Palliative Care, HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2016 - 2018 Cardiac Palliative Care, MCW Cardiology physician fellowship program
2016 Palliative Care Jeopardy, HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2018 Palliative Care Jeopardy, HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2018 - Present Buprenorphine for Managing Pain in Palliative Care Patients, HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2018 - 2019 Pearls for Leading a Goals of Care Conference, Department of Medicine Academic Half-day
2019 - Present The Intersection of Interventional Radiology and Palliative Care, MCW Vascular and Interventional Radiology Fellowship Lecture
2020 Immune Check-Point Inhibitors and Related Adverse Effects What Generalists and Palliative Care Clinicians Need to Know, MCW HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2020 Palliative Care Management Pearls for COVID-19 Patients, MCW HPM Fellowship Core Lecture Series
2020 How to lead a goals of care meeting, MCW Gynecology Oncology Fellowship
2020 Cancer-related pain management, MCW Gynecology Oncology Fellowship
2021 Small Group Facilitator – Pearls for leading serious illness discussions: given to MCW Emergency Medicine residents
 

EXTRAMURAL TEACHING:
Graduate Student Education
04/04/2022 Marquette University, End of Life Care and Considerations for Physician Assistants, Geriatric Medicine Course Series
 

MCW STUDENTS, FACULTY, RESIDENTS AND CLINICAL/RESEARCH FELLOWS MENTORED:
Medical Students
Wanner JP, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2016 - 2018 research
 
Clinical/Research Fellows
Nickoloff S, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2010 - 2012 clinical research
Lu, Karrie, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2012 - 2015 clinical and research
Williams Alexis, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2013 - 2015 clinical and research
Ramalingam S, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2015 clinical research
Atwood Melissa, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2015 - 2016 clinical/teaching/research
Maiser, Sam, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2015 - 2017 clinical/teaching/research
Esteban JP, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2016 - 2017 research
Blumenfeld FK, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2017 - 2018 clinical and research
Bukowy Elizabeth, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2017 - 2019 clinical/teaching/research
India, Lara, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2019 - 2020 clinical/teaching/research
Lau, Lee Ann, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2020 - 2021 clinical/teaching/research
 
Faculty
Dr. Sean Tutton, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2010 - 2011 HPM fellowship
Dr. Robert Heib, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2010 - 2011 HPM fellowship
Dr. Wendy Peltier, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2010 - 2011 HPM fellowship
Dr. Paul Stellmacher, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2016 - Present
Dr. Chris Lawton, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2016 - 2018
Dr. Alexandria Bear, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2018 - Present
Dr. Adrienne Klement, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2019 - Present
 

COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES:
2008 - Present Bone pain in multiple myeloma. Given to multiple myeloma support group.
2011 - Present Panelist for Medical College of Wisconsin production of "From the Start Consider the Finish."
2011 - Present Marks S, Owen Julie. From the start consider the finish: pocket guide. Community pocket guide. Created in collaboration with the MCW Department of Bioethics for the Milwaukee Public Theater product
2014 - Present Maiser S, Marks S. Introduction to Palliative Care and Hospice for people with pulmonary hypertension. Patient Care Tool. Presented at a MCW Pulmonary Hypertension support group.
2015 - Present Founding member for the Palliative Care Network of Wisconsin (PCNOW).
2016 - Present Member of the Board of Directors for the Palliative Care Network of Wisconsin (PCNOW).
2018 - Present Jessick T, Marks S, Olumuyiwa A, Christenson J, Weissman D. Palliative Care Network of Wisconsin publication titled Onboarding New Palliative Care Staff: Knowledge self-assessment and consultative p
 


BIBLIOGRAPHY
Refereed Journal Publications/Original Papers
1. Claxton R, Marks S, Buranosky R, Rosielle D, Arnold RM. The educational impact of weekly fast facts and concepts. J Pall Med 2011, Apr 14(4):475-81.
2. Marks S, Rosielle, DA. Opioid for cough #199. J Pall Med 2010, June 13(6):769-70.
3. Claxton R, Marks S, Buranosky R, Rosielle D, Arnold RM. The educational impact of weekly fast facts and concepts. J Pall Med 2011;14(4):475-81.
4. Marks S, Rosielle, D. Nonopioid antitussives #200. Fast Facts and Concepts. J Pall Med 2010; 13(6):770-1.
5. Marks S, Rosielle D. Suicidal attempts in the terminally ill #210. Fast Facts and Concepts. J Pall Med 2012;15(9): 1037-1038.
6. Marks, S, Heinrich T. Assessing and Treating Depression in Palliative Care Patients. Current Psychiatry August 2013, 12(8): 35-40.
7. Zibelman M, Xiang Q, Muchka S, Nickoloff S, Marks S. Assessing prognostic documentation and accuracy among palliative care providers. Journal of Palliative Medicine; 2014, 17(5): 521-526.
8. Akinola O, Baru J, Marks S. Terminal Hemorrhage Preparation and Management; Fast Facts and Concepts #297. J Pall Med 2015;18(12): 1074-1075.
9. Gollamudi J, Marks S. Oral vs intravenous acetaminophen; Fast Facts and Concepts #302. J Pall Med 2016;19(2): 231-232.
10. Weis J, Gully J, Marks S. The interplay of factitious disorders and palliative care encounters: a case series. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2016;19(2): 238-243.
11. Tran NN, DiScala SL, Mandi D, Pavlides AC, Marks S, Silverman MA. Discontinuation of Statins at the end of life. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2017;20(2): 199-200.
12. Maiser S, Ellis Estrada-Stephen K, Sahr N, Gully J, Marks S. A survey of hospice and palliative care clinicians' experiences and attitudes regarding the use of palliative sedation. Journal of Palliative Medicine. 2017;20(9): 915-21.
13. Zhang H, Liu D, Marks S, Rickerson EM, Wright A, Gordon WJ, Landman A. Usage patterns of a mobile palliative care application. Journal of Palliative Medicine. 2018; 21(6):796-801
14. Jozwiak R, Marks S. Subcutaneous diuretics for end-of-life management of heart failure. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2018; 21(6):879-880.
15. Marks S, Williams A, Peltier W, Helms A, Carlson C. Case report: treat the patient, not the test when a hospitalized patient in status epilepticus transitions to comfort-focused goals of care. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2018; 21(8):1195-8.
16. Elsass K, Marks S, Malone N. Non-oral routes of methadone for analgesia in palliative care. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2018; 21(9):1357-8.
17. Jennings KS, Marks S, Lum HD. The surprise question as a prognostic tool; Fast Facts and Concepts #360. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2018; 21(10):1529-30.
18. Marks S, Wanner JP, Cobb A, Swetz KM, Lange G. Surgery with a surrogate: the low prevalence of healthcare power of attorney documents among pre-operative patients. Hospital Practice 2019; 47(1): 28-33. DOI:10.1080/21548331.2019.1537849.
19. Esteban JP, Rein L, Szabo A, Saeian K, Rhodes M, Marks S. Attitudes of liver and palliative care clinicians towards specialist palliative care consultation for patients with end-stage liver disease. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2019; 22(7): 804-813.
20. Scheiderman H, Marks S. Physical examination of the dying patient; Fast Fact and Concepts #392. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2020; 23(5):721-722.
21. Bharadwaj M, Lau LA, Marks S. General inpatient hospice care; Fast Facts and Concepts #415. Journal of Palliative Medicine. Accepted for publication Feb 1, 2021.
22. McAndrew NS, Erickson J, Guttormson J, Bear A, Marks S, Patel J, Harding ES. A scoping review of the experiences of adolescents and young adults in the ICU, their family members, and their health care team. Crit Care Nurse N AM 2021. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cnc.2021.11.003
 
Books, Chapters, and Reviews
1. Marks S, Rosielle DA, Rilling WS. Chapter 21: Palliative Care and Symptom Management Abrams' Angiography: Interventional Radiology, 3rd Edition. Lippencott Williams and Wilkins. Published 11/2013.
2. Rosielle DA, Atwood M, Marks S, Rilling WS. Chapter 29: Palliative Care and Symptom Management. Interventional Oncology Principles and Practice 2nd Edition. Cambridge University Press, 2016; 294-315.
 
Editorials, Letters to Editor, Other
1. Marks S. The fighter. J Pall Med 2011, 14(10): 1182-1183
2. Marks S. The reveal. Academic Psychiatry, 33:4, July-August 2009
3. Marks S, The questionable practice of hospice flipping to improve inpatient mortality rates. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2015; 49(3): e1-e2.
4. Marks S, Clinician as Medical Story Teller. Journal of Palliative Medicine. 2016; 19(11): 1228-1229.
5. Marks S, Is a spectrum the best metaphor for leading advance care planning discussions? Journal of Palliative Care. 2019; 35(4):206-208.
6. Patel J J, Marks S, Bear AJ, McAndrew NS. High value Palliative Care in critical illness. Critical Care Medicine 2020: 48(4):e341.
7. Klement A, Marks S. The pitfalls of utilizing 'goals of care' as a clinical buzz phrase: a case study and proposed solution. Palliative Medicine Reports 2020; 1(1):21-220
8. McAndrew NS, Guttormson J, Marks S, Rhodes M, Patel J, McCracken C. ICU nurse: Could we call a palliative care consult? ICU provider: It's too early. Palliative care integration in the ICU: The struggle to translate evidence into practice. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing 2021; 40(1):51-58.
9. Marks, S, Transformational Times, Counter Wisdom on House-Staff Mentorship, 7/22/2022
 
Abstracts
1. Nickoloff SJ, Marks S. Opioid Induced Neurotoxicity in a Patient With Cancer Related Pain. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2012 Feb;43(2):454-455.
2. Havas N, Marks S. Integration of palliative care skills for medical students through team based learning. Journal Pain and Symptom Management 2012;43(2):433.
3. Marks S, Zibelman M, Nickoloff S, Muchka S. Assessing prognostic accuracy among palliative care clinicians: is it time for new prognostic scoring categories? Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2013; 45(2):358-9.
4. Nickoloff S, Recka K, Marks S. Palliative care consults in the intensive care unit: a quality improvement trigger project. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2013; 28:S443-S444.
5. Wanner J, Marks S, Lange G. Surgery without a surrogate: the low prevalence of health care power of attorney documents among pre-operative patients requiring general anesthesia. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2106; 51(2):437-438.
6. Marks S, Freeman M, Rosielle D, Claxton R. Fast and furious palliative care education: utilizing Fast Facts and Concepts to deliver "just-in-time" teaching. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2016; 51(2):374.
7. Esteban JP, Rein L, Szabo A, Saeian K, Marks S. When to refer end-stage liver disease patients to palliative care: a survey of practicing liver and palliative care clinicians. Journal of Hepatology 2017; 66(1):S377.
8. Esteban JP, Rein L, Szabo A, Saeian K, Marks S. Comparative perspectives of liver and palliative care clinicians on palliative care services in end-stage liver diseases. Gastroenterology 2017; 152(5):S1192.
 
Peer Reviewed Educational Products
1. Marks S, Heinrich TW, Rosielle D. Case report: are clinicians obligated to medically treat a suicide attempt in a patient with a prognosis of weeks? J Pall Med 2011, Aug 4.
2. Marks S, Hung S, Rosielle D. Palliative Care for patients with Huntington’s Disease #201. J Pall Med 2011, May 14(5):655-6.
3. Marks S, Rosielle, D. Nonopioid antitussives #200. J Pall Med 2010, Jun 13(6):770-1.
4. Marks S, Rosielle D. Suicidal attempts in the terminally ill #210. Fast Facts and Concepts. November 2008; 210. Available at: http://www.eperc.mcw.edu/fastfact/ff_210.htm.
5. Bear A, Marks S, Denson S. Inappropriate sexual behavior in people with dementia. Accepted for publication by Geriatrics Fast Facts September 2014. Available at: http://www.geriatricfastfacts.com/
6. Von Gunten CF, Muir JC, Marks S. Medical management of bowel obstructions #45. Fast Facts and Concepts. May 2015; #45. Available at: http://www.mypcnow.org.
7. Gordon D, Marks S, Protus B. Sublingual morphine #53. Fast Facts and Concepts. May 2015; #53. Available at http://www.mypcnow.org.
 
Non-Peer Reviewed Educational Products
1. 2016 Partial Code Position Statement. Quality improvement and advocacy alert written for the Palliative Care Network of Wisconsin. Available at http://www.mypcnow.org/qi-projects
2. 2016 Heart Failure Shared Decision Making. Quality improvement and advocacy alert written for the Palliative Care Network of Wisconsin. Available at http://www.mypcnow.org/qi-projects
3. 2017 Panelist discussant for audience question and answer session after showing of the documentary "Defining Hope" at the Oriental Theater; Milwaukee, WI
4. 2018 Marks S. Palliative Care Network of Wisconsin (PCNOW) Clinical Tool: A framework for doing a 101 Palliative Care Consult. March 2018. Available at http://www.mypcnow.org/consultation-resources. Last accessed 10/24/18.
5. Developed a curriculum of Fast Facts and Concepts to help Hospice and Palliative Medicine fellows and fellowship program directors target education for the 17 Entrustable Professional Activities sponsored by the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Available at https://www.mypcnow.org/fast-facts/
6. Developed a curriculum of "50 Essential Fast Facts and Concepts" in 2016 which are designed to be utilized in the onboarding of new hospice or palliative care staff; individual self study; board exam preparation; or as an educational curriculum for leaners working in a hospice or palliative care program. Updated material in 2020. https://www.mypcnow.org/publications/
7. Coauthor on Palliative Care Network of Wisconsin publication "Top Fast Facts and Resources for Chaplains" created in 2019. Available at https://www.mypcnow.org/publications/
8. Coauthor on Palliative Care Network of Wisconsin online publication "Top 50 Essential Fast Facts for Nurses" created in 2020. Available at https://www.mypcnow.org/publications/
 
Database, Video, or Other Research/Clinical Contributions
1. 2018 Marks S. Palliative Care Network of Wisconsin (PCNOW) How to lead a family meeting: a serious illness communication resources. Guide for Palliative Care teams. Available at http://www.mypcnow.org/ . Last accessed 10/24/18.