Craig Klugman, Ph.D. is Vincent De Paul Professor of Bioethics and Health Humanities at DePaul University where he co-directs the Bioethics & Society minor program. Dr. Klugman also serves on the ethics committee at Northwestern University Hospital, is co-founder of the Health Humanities Consortium, and is a voting member of the National Biodefense Science Board. He is the author of over 650 articles, book chapters, OpEds, and blog posts on such topics as public health ethics, bioethics, digital medicine, crisis and disaster ethics, professionalism, end-of-life issues, education, health/medical humanities, ethics of execution, and health policy. Dr. Klugman is the editor of several books including Research Methods in the Health Humanities (Oxford 2019), Medical Ethics (Gale Cengage 2016), and Ethical Issues in Rural Health (Hopkins 2013; 2008). He is the executive producer of the award winning film Advance Directives and has developed programs for using art and improvisational theater to teach health students. He frequently gives talks to universities, medical and nursing groups, companies, and community organizations as well as consults with hospitals, pharmaceutical and tech companies. Dr. Klugman has been interviewed for The New York Times, LA Times, ABC News, CBS News, HBO Vice, NPR, New Republic, National Geographic, Men’s Health, The Daily Beast, Sinclair Broadcasting and Scripps News Service. Besides numerous academic journals, his writing has appeared in Pacific Standard Magazine, Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, Medium, US News & World Report, Cato Unbound, The Hill, San Francisco Chronicle and the Houston Chronicle.
(2022, May 1). Use Caution if Machine Learning Models Are Used to Predict Mortality. Relias Media.
Perna, Gabriel (2022, April 11). Chatbot Technology Still Has a Long Way to Go in Healthcare. Modern Healthcare.
Chan, Melissa, (2022, March 7). How Their Son’s Death Drove HIs Parents to Find An Alternative to Tradition. Time Magazine.
Biscaldi, Lauren (2022, March 1). Smart Therapeutics Create Ethical Conundrums. DrugTopics.
Chan, Melissa (2022, February 23). These Classes are Near-Death Experiences, and That’s a Good Thing. Time Magazine.
- Klugman CM (2022). Establishing and Practicing Ethical Standards: Both a Personal and Professional Responsibility. In Klinedinst, JA (ed). The Handbook of Continuing Professional Development for the Health Informatics Professional (pp. 343-350). Boca Raton, FL: Productivity Press. doi: 10.4324/9780429398377
- Klugman CM (2021 Winter). Bring Out Your [Sort of, Mostly, All] Dead: Should Those Dead by Neurological Criteria Be Research Subjects? Journal of Clinical Ethics 32 (4): 343-348. 10.1212/WNL.0000000000000883
- Klugman CM (2021, December 15). COVID-19 passports have worked for other countries. Maybe the US needs them. Chicago Tribune.
- Klugman CM & Jones T (2021). To Be or Not: A Brief History of the Health Humanities Consortium. Journal of Medical Humanities 42 (4 December): 515-522. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10912-021-09712-3
- Klugman CM, Bracken RC, Weatherston RI, Konefal KB, Berry SL (2021). Developing New Academic Programs in the Medical/Health Humanities: A Toolkit to Support Continued Growth. Journal of Medical Humanities 42 (4 December): 523-534. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10912-021-09710-5
- Klugman CM (2021). Louise Aronson: Using facts and stories to improve medical care for older adults. In Carlin N (editor). Contemporary Physician-Authors: Exploring the Insights of Doctors Who Write (pp. 172-185). New York: Routledge.
- Klugman CM & T Jones (2021 ePub). To Be or Not To Be: A Brief History the Health Humanities Consortium. Journal of Medical Humanities (22 Sept 2021). doi: 10.1107/210912-021-09712-3
- Klugman CM, Bracken RC, Weatherston, RI, Konefal CB, and Berry SL (2021 ePub). Developing New Academic Programs in the Media/Health Humanities: A Toolkit to Support Continued Growth. Journal of Medical Humanities (16 Sept 2021). doi: 10.1007/s10912-021-09710-5
- Erwin C & Klugman CM (2021). The Need for an Ethics of Care in the Contingency Response to Public Health Emergencies [open peer commentary]. American Journal of Bioethics 21 (8): 40-42.. doi:10.1080/15265161.2021.1940371
Art for the COVID Pandemic (also known as #PaintingthePandemic) is a project to covidize famous works of art. See the whole collection here.