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Public Lectures

  • Health Care-Right or Commodity? (2017, September 26). League of Women Voters of Winnetka, Northfield and Kenilworth. Winnetka, Illinois.
  • Ethics of Execution (2017, April 19 with Sister Helen Prejean and Fred Thompson . DePaul University. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Health Insurance under the Trump Administration (2017, March 26). Lake Shoe Unitarian Society. Winnetka, Illinois.
  • End of Life Under Single Payer (2017, January 29). Physicians for A National Health Plan (Illinois chapter). River Forest, Illinois.
  • Having an ally as you age (2017, January 15). Lincoln Park Village. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Bioethics and Social Media 2017, January 12). DePaul Chicagoland Alumni Chapter. Wheeling, Illinois. (2017, April 1). DePaul Southern California Alumni Chapter. Hollywood, California.
  • The Affordable Care Act (2016, April 3). Lake Shore Unitarian Society. Winnetka, Illinois.
  • Waiting to Inhale: The Bizarre History of Medical Marijuana (2015, April 18). Alumni University. DePaul University. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Advance Care Planning (2014, May 13). Chicago Memorial Association. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Using Creative Non-Fiction in Teaching Research Ethics (2013, 2 December). Ethics in Science Lecture Series. University of Houston, Texas.
  • Ethics in Geriatrics & Palliative Care (2013, 25 June). Summer Institute on Aging. Audie L. Murphy Veterans Affairs Hospital of South Texas. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Art and Medicine (2013, 11 April). Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum. Cuero, Texas.
  • Do Not Go Gently into That Goodnight (2013, 24 March). Funeral Consumers Alliance of San Antonio Annual Meeting. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Ethics (2013, 21 March). 12th Annual Brain Injury Symposium. Alamo Brain Injury Association. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Ethics in Rural Health (2011, October 4). Baylor College. Waco, Texas.
  • Funk G, Klugman CM, Loewenberg AA, Ratner VH, Rodriguez DV  Caring for Your Aging Parents (2011, May 11). The Patient Institute. The Forum at Lincoln Heights, San Antonio, Texas.  (2011, May 12) Barshop Community Center, San Antonio, Texas.
  • How Nursing Ethics Affects Patient Care (2011, February 11). 13th Annual Symposium: Fostering Professional Synergy: The Science and Art of Faith Community Nursing. Wesley Nurse Health Ministries. San Antonio, Texas
  • Advance Care Planning (2010, July 21). LifeTimers of Woodside Baptist Church, San Antonio, Texas; (2010, September 8) Polio Survivors Group, San Antonio, Texas; (2009, November 18) Homewood Residence at Shavano Park, San Antonio, Texas; (2009, July 28) Patriot Heights, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Granny Death Panels: Health Care Rationing at the End of Life (2009, September 5). Lonestar MENSA. 2009 Annual Meeting. Round Rock, Texas.
  • End of Life Conversations: What, When, and How to Talk with Family & Others about Death (2009, April 14, 21, 28). SoL Center. United Presbyterian Church. San Antonio, Texas.
  • From Bris to Shroud: An Overview of Bioethics Across the Lifespan (2008, November 5). Maimonides Society. San Antonio, Texas.

Grand Rounds

  • Waiting to Inhale: The Bizarre History & Ethics of Medical Marijuana (2014, April 10). Medical Ethics Grand Rounds. Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Also (2014, October 23). Montgomery Lecture. Northwestern Medical School. Center for Medical Humanities. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Basic Ethics in Anesthesiology Dealing with Scarce Resources (2013, 7 September). Annual Meeting. Texas Society of Anesthesiologists. Lost Pines, Texas.
  • Ethics in the Ether (2012, February 3). Second Annual Continuing Medical Education Symposium. Pinnacle Medical Group. Dallas, Texas.
  • The Road Less Traveled: Ethical Challenges in Rural Health Care Practice (2011, December 13). Ethics Grand Rounds. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Dallas, Texas
  • Advance Directives: The Film & The Reality (2010, August 4). Geriatrics, Gerontology & Palliative Medicine Grand Rounds. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Ethical Responses to Disaster (2010, April 27; with RE Berggren). UTHSCSA Dept. of Psychiatry Grand Rounds. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Advance Care Planning. (2009, July 7). Geriatrics, Gerontology & Palliative Medicine Grand Rounds. VA/UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Texas; (2009, September 13) Texas Medical Directors Association Annual Meeting. Austin, Texas; (2009,   November 3) PM&R, University Hospital, San Antonio Texas; (2010, February 3) Dept of Medicine Grand Rounds, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Texas; (2010, April 7) Department of Anesthesiology, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Texas; (2011, April 28) End-of-Life Nursing Consortium, VA, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Speaking with the Dead: New views on grief and mourning (2009, April 9). Geriatrics, Gerontology & Palliative Medicine Grand Rounds. UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Texas.
  • Ethical Decisions and Global Chronic Renal Disease Management (2009, February 13) with BW Roberts). Grand Rounds. Department of Medicine. San Antonio Military Medical Center-Wilford Hall. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Cultural Competency: Bridging the Gap in World Views  (2009, February 5). Grand Rounds. Palliative Care & Geriatrics. South Texas VA. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Medical Marijuana: History and Debate (2003, March 11), Grand Rounds. Reno, Nevada: Department of Psychiatry, University of Nevada School of Medicine.

Keynote Lectures

  • Callaghan T, D Kaye, CM Klugman, E Rosenbaum & A Roth (2018, September 25). Law Enforcement Genealogical Searching: A Legitimate Crime Solving Tool or An Unauthorized Intrusion into a Family’s Genetic Privacy?. International Symposium on Human Identification. Phoenix, Arizona.
  • Digital Pills, EMR Big Data, and Digital Phenotyping: New Medical Privacy Responsibilities in an Electronic World [2018, September 18]. Milwaukee Academy of Medicine. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • The Health Humanities: Past, Present and Future [plenary keynote]. Future Trends in Health Humanities Publishing and Pedagogy Workshop (2018, March 22). Franklin Humanities Institute Health Humanities Lab. Duke University. Durham, North Carolina.
  • The Complete Works of Bioethics [abridged]. Invited keynote address. 6thAnnual WMU Medical Humanities Conference (2016, September 16). Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
  • Ethics & Communication. [keynote speaker]. Third Annual Ethics Conference (2012, 25 July). Nursing Ethics Council. University Health System. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Images of Nursing. First Annual Celebration of Nursing Excellence (2012, 31 May). University Health System. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Medical Ethics. 39thAnnual Convention and Exhibition (2010, July 23). Texas Society for Respiratory Care. San Antonio, Texas.
  • The Stem Cell Divide. Distinguished Ethics Lecture  (2010, May 26). Regional Academic Health Campus. Harlingen, Texas.
  • The Human Cyborg: Science Fiction Meets Modern Medicine. Nancy Smith Distinguished Visiting Lecture Series (2010, February 11). Coastal Carolina University, Conway, South Carolina.

Academic Presentations

  • Klugman CM (2018, June 22). Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. 25thBioethics Summer Retreat. Lake Tahoe, California.
  • Klugman CM (2018, June 7-8). Post. Tweet. Like: Social Media and Community Engagement in the Health Humanities. Public Health Humanities: Audience, Engagement, and Social Justice. Center for Literature and Medicine. Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio.
  • Klugman CM (2018, March 21). Collaboration and Conflicts of Interest. Responsible Conduct of Research Instruction Workshop. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office of Research Integrity and PRIM&R. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Klugman CM (2018, May 10). Medical Humanities Teaching in North American Allopathic and Osteopathic Medical Schools. [poster]. Artful Medicine Conference. Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Klugman CM, EG Lamb, S Berry, P Determeyer, S. Conaty (2018, April 21). Taming the trans-disciplinary health humanities creature through research. Health Humanities Consortium Meeting. Stanford University. Stanford, California.
  • Klugman CM (2017, December 4). Medical Improv: Teaching Communication, Team Work, and Comfort with Ambiguity. Rosalind Franklin University School of Medicine and Science. North Chicago, Illinois.
  • Robinson M, Feinberg R, Gabriel J, Klugman CM (2017, October 22). Commercialization, Industry, and Biomedicine: Profit Motives and the Future of Medicine. American Society for Bioethics & Humanities 19thAnnual Meeting. Kansas City, Missouri.
  • Erwin C & CM Klugman (2017, October 21). Contingency Ethics: The Third Digital Discourse. American Society for Bioethics & Humanities 19thAnnual Meeting. Kansas City, Missouri.
  • Klugman CM (2017, June 12). Ethical Considerations. 2017 Crisis Standards of Care Conference. Illinois Department of Public Health, Prepare Chicago & Illinois Health and Hospital Association. Normal, Illinois.
  • Klugman CM (2017, May 11). How Society Sees Nurses: A Television History. Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Klugman CM & Tolwin N. (2017, April 27). A Survey of Medical Humanities Teaching in North American Allopathic and Osteopathic Medical Schools. 5thAnnual Meeting of the Academy for Professionalism in Health Care. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Klugman CM, Jones T, Lamb E, Anderson-Fye E, Knopes J, Berry S (2017, March 10). What Counts as Medical Humanities? A Roundtable Discussion of Methods, Curriculum and Disciplinary Relationships. 6thInternational Health Humanities Consortium Meeting. Houston, Texas.
  • Klugman CM & Tolwin N (2017, March 11). A Survey of Medical Humanities Teaching in North American Allopathic and Osteopathic Medical Schools. 6thInternational Health Humanities Consortium Meeting. Houston, Texas.
  • Klugman CM (2016, November 1), Public Health Principlism: The Group Over the Individual [poster]. 144thAnnual Meeting & Exposition. American Public Health Association. Denver, Colorado.
  • Klugman CM, Dunn LB, DeCamp M & Cohen IG (2016, October 9). My Doctor Knows What I Did Last Night: The Ethics of Ingestible Pill-Logging Technology. ASBH Annual Meeting. American Society for Bioethics & Humanities. Washington, D.C.
  • Gordon E, Pope T, Klugman CM & Baruch J (2016, October 8). Bioethicists Must Engage the Public: Using Social Media to Advance Public Literacy in Bioethics. ASBH Annual Meeting. American Society for Bioethics & Humanities. Washington, D.C.
  • Klugman CM (2016, June 10). Art Rounds: Teaching Observation & Communication Through Museum Art. Emerging Diversities in Health Humanities Teaching Symposium. Center for Literature & Medicine, Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio.
  • Klugman CM & Fatemi L (2016, May 27) Using Art to Teach Observation. Teaching & Learning Conference. DePaul University. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Klugman CM (2016, April 8) Advance Directive: A Film About Dying and the Decisions that Must be Made. Arts and the Health Humanities Conference. Health Humanities Consortium and Cleveland Clinic. Cleveland, Ohio.
  • Klugman CM & Erwin C. (2015, November 2). Contingency Ethics: Shifting the Conversation During Public Health Emergencies. [poster] American Public Health Association’s 143rdAnnual Meeting & Exposition. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Klugman CM, Jones T, Berry SL, Latham SR (2015, October 25). Understanding the Phenomenal Growth of Interdisciplinary Health Programs in Undergraduate Education. 17thAnnual Meeting of the American Society for Bioethics 7 Humanities. Houston, Texas.
  • Klugman CM (2015, April 30). Medical Humanities in Baccalaureate Education. 4thInternational Health Humanities Conference. University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Denver, Colorado.
  • Bellisomo R, Mulcahy M, Klugman CM (2014, October 18). Engaging New Media to Drive Advance Care Planning. ASBH 16thAnnual Meeting. American Society for Bioethics & Humanities. San Diego, California.
  • Klugman CM & Tolwin NM (2014, October 16). A Survey of Elected Options Among Individuals Completing an Advance Directive [poster]. ASBH 16thAnnual Meeting. American Society for Bioethics & Humanities. San Diego, California.
  • Klugman CM (2014, September 18). Art Rounds: Using Art Museums in Health Professions Education. Western Michigan University Annual Medical Humanities Conference. Kalamazoo, Michigan.
  • Klugman CM, Jerome J. (2014, May 10). Medical Professionalism in Baccalaureate Education. 2ndAnnual Conference. Academy for Professionalism in Health Care. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Stone M, Klugman CM, Young V. (2014, April 30-May 2). Teaching Ethical Decision-Making in Interprofessional Community Service Learning [poster]. 13thInternational Meeting. Campus-Community Partnership for Health. Chicago, Illinois.
  • O’Donnell L, Schillerstrom J, Klugman CM, Finley C, Kubista N, Kelly B, Allen D, Wieck R, Paull R (2014, February 20). Gateway to medical practice: Using an innovative model of behavioral health education. 10thAnnual Innovations in Health Science Education Annual Conference. University of Texas Kenneth I. Shine Academy of Health Science Education. Austin, Texas.
  • Klugman CM(2013, 15 November). Teaching Ethics in the Science Classroom. Biology Research Seminar. DePaul University Department of Biological Sciences. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Klugman CM (2013, 10 April). Ethical Issues in Rural Healthcare. Rural Health Care Track Lecture. University of Texas Medical Branch. Galveston, Texas.
  • Farroni, J & Klugman CM (2013, April 18). Innovation in Translational Research Ethics Education [poster]. Translational Science 2013. Association of Clinical Research Training, American Federation for Medical Research, and Society for Clinical and Translational Science. Washington, DC.
  • Klugman CM (2013, 28 March). Research Ethics in Pregnancy. Translational Science in Perinatal Biology continuing education course. Center for Pregnancy and Newborn Research. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM. Medical Expatriation: Clinical Ethics as International Dialogue and Social Justice. [accepted, not presented]. 9thInternational Conference for Clinical Ethics Consultation. Munich, Germay.
  • Klugman CM. (2013, March 2). Pedagogical Techniques in Using Visual Creative Nonfiction in Ethics Education [workshop]. 22ndAnnual Meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics. San Antonio.
  • Glannon W, Klugman CM, Winslade W, Parsi, K. (2013, March 2). Author Meets the Critics: Brain, Body, and Mind: Neuroethics with a Human Face. 22ndAnnual Meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics. San Antonio.
  • Schonfeld T, Klugman CM, Parsi K, McCurdy D (2013, March 1). Workshop on Healthcare Ethics Committees. 22ndAnnual Meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics. San Antonio.
  • Klugman CM (2012, 27 November). Developing Stem Cell Research: Rules, Reviews & Regulations. Research Ethics Roundup & Department of Medicine Research Seminar Series. UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM, Bard JS, Philpott S, Riedel B (2012, October 30). Queer Medicine: Teaching, Learning & Practicing. APHA 140thAnnual Meeting. American Public Health Association. San Francisco.
  • Klugman CM, Gelfond JA, Kosub K, & Ferguson D. (2012, October 20). Representing Advance Directives [poster]. 14thAnnual Meeting. American Society for Bioethics & Humanities. Washington, DC.
  • Klugman CM, Bard J (2012, July 14). Ethical Issues in Pre-Hospital Settings: An International Perspective. Australasian Association for Bioethics & Health Law. Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Klugman CM, Gelfond JA, Kosub K, & Ferguson D. (2012, July 12-14). Using visual technology in advance care planning education [poster]. Australasian Association for Bioethics & Health Law. Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Klugman CM (2012, 14 June). Ethics. San Antonio Internal Medicine Board Review Course. American College of Physicians. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Beckmann-Mendez D, Klugman C & Hicks C (2012 April 14). Art Rounds: An empirical investigation into using art museums in interprofessional health education. 38thAnnual Meeting of the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties. Charleston, South Carolina.
  • Klugman, CM (2012, April 19). Ethical Choices in Surgery for Older Adults. Second Annual Conference on Building Partnerships for Geriatric Care: Promoting Independence in Older Adults. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM & O’Donnell L. (2012, February 23). Medicine, Behavior & Ethics: An Integrated Approach to ethics and behavioral health. 8thAnnual UT Innovations Conference. Austin, Texas.
  • Klugman CM (2011, November 13). Advance Directives. Texas Chapter Scientific Meeting. American College of Physicians. Austin, Texas.
  • Klugman CM, Wich B (2011, November 1). Advance Directives. US Film Festival Session 3. 139thAnnual Meeting & Exposition. American Public Health Association. Washington, D.C.
  • Anderson-Shaw LK, Klugman CM, Nelson WA, Glover J (2011, October 15). Rural Healthcare Ethics Education: A Survey of U.S. Medical Schools. [panel]. 13thAnnual ASBH Meeting. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities. Minneapolis, MN.
  • Klugman CM and Usatine R (2011, October 13). Evaluating Web-based Advance Directives. 13thAnnual ASBH Meeting. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities. Minneapolis, MN.
  • Klugman CM (2011, September 10). Anesthesia Ethics 101. TSA 2011 Annual Meeting. Texas Society of Anesthesiologists. Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM (2011, June 28). Introduction to Ethics in Aging. Summer Institute on Aging. South Texas Geriatrics Education Center. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM (2011, May 25). Conduct & Misconduct in Science. Institute for Surgical Research. Brooks Army Medical Center. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM (2011, May 2). Pack Mentality: Ethical Decision-Making and Team Dynamics. VA Ethics & Compliance Week. South Texas Veterans Health Care System. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM, Peel JL, Beckmann-Mendez D (2011, May 18). Art Rounds: Evaluating Using Art Museums in Interprofessional Health Science Education. 7thAnnual Innovations in Health Science Education Conference[poster]. UT Academy of Health Science Education. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Berggren RE, Klugman CM, Stone M (2011, May 18). Interdisciplinary Community Service Learning. 7thAnnual Innovations in Health Science Education Conference. UT Academy of Health Science Education. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM, Nelson W, Anderson-Shaw L, Gelfond J (2011, May 4). Rural healthcare ethics education: A survey of U.S. medical schools. [poster session]34thAnnual Rural health Conference.National Rural Health Association. Austin, Texas.
  • Bushy A, Nelson W, Townsend T, Klugman CM, Glover J, Anderson-Shaw L (2011, May 4).  Rural ethics resources for a reforming health care system. 34thAnnual Rural Health Conference.National Rural Health Association. Austin, Texas.
  • Klugman CM, Peel JL, Beckmann-Mendez D. (2011, April 14) Art Rounds: Evaluating Using Art Museums in Medical Education. 22ndAnnual Internal Conference. Society for the Arts in Healthcare. Burlingame, California.
  • Klugman CM (2011, February 19). Going Gently Into That Good Night: Advance Care Planning. 36 Annual CME Conference. Texas Academy of Physician Assistants. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM & Peel J (2010, October 20). Online Advance Care Planning Through Social Networking. 2010 Innovations in Education. UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM (2010, October 16). Plenary Session: End of Life Issues and Advance Directives. 10thAnnual Fall Nursing Preceptor Conference. UT Health Science Center School of Nursing, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM (2010 June 21-24). GBLT Issues in Bioethics (with A Fiester & S Philpot); Plenary: Film in Bioethics (with L Glenn & J Spike); Technology in the Classroom. 22ndannual Summer Bioethics Retreat. Key West, Florida.
  • Klugman CM, Green M, Levi BH, Fox E (2010).  iDirectives: The Future of Advance Directives. 12thannual meeting of the American Society for Bioethics & Humanities. San Diego, California [accepted but not presented].
  • Ardent JT, Klugman CM, Leaman H, Pack A, Philip P (2010, June 8). Sleep and Alertness: How to Improve Driving Safety. 24thAnnual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies. San Antonio, Texas
  • Klugman CM & Carter MA (2010, May 13).  Cultural Engagement in Clinical Ethics. Sixth International Conference on Clinical Ethics Consultation. International Society for Clinical Bioethics. Portland, Oregon.
  • Carter MA & Klugman CM (2010, May 13). Cultural Engagement in Clinical Ethics. University of Texas Academy of Master Teachers Education Symposium. Austin, Texas.
  • Davidson L, Pettis C, Joiner A, Cook D, Klugman CM (2010, June). Religion and Conscientious Objection: Pharmacists’ Willingness to Dispense Medication.Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Eighth Annual Biennial Convention. New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Nelson WA, Chessa F, Murphy JS, Danis D, Klugman CM (2009, October 17). Ethical Issues in Rural Health Care. American Society for Bioethics & Humanities Annual Meeting. Washington D. C.
  • Joiner A, Davidson L, Pettis C, Cook DM, Klugman CM (2009, September 22) Prescriptions for Professionalism: Pharmacists on Moral Conscience Clauses. Nevada Public Health Association Annual Conference. Reno, Nevada.
  • Klugman CM (2009, July 9). iDirectives: Advance Directives on the Web. Center for the Study of Bioethics. Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; (2009, November 19) Center for Biomedical Ethics. Stanford University. Palo Alto, California.
  • Klugman CM & Usatine R (2009, April 2). On-Line Advance Directive Completion. Second Annual Community Service Learning Conference. Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics. San Antonio, Texas.
  • Beyer EW & Klugman CM (2009, January 10). Pass the Gefilte Fish: An Ethical Eating Framework. Society of Jewish Ethics. Chicago, Illinois.
  • Klugman CM (2008, June 19). Who Needs Public Health Ethics? Bioethics Summer Retreat. Santa Rosa, California.
  • Klugman CM (2008, March 28). Translational Bioethics Research: From the Community to the Legislature. Paper presented at theSociety for Applied Anthropology/Society for Medical Anthropology combined meeting. Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Klugman CM (2008, March 7). Public Health & the Medical Humanities: Is There a Future? Paper presented at the Conference on Graduate Education in Medical Humanities. University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas.
  • Klugman CM (2008, January 30-February 2). Post Death Contact: Continuing Bonds and Grief.Poster accepted, but not presented, at the Annual Assembly of the American Association of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association. Tampa, Florida.
  • Stump B, Klugman CM , & Thornton B (2007, October 20). Last Hours of Life: A Qualitative Prospective Examination. Paper presented at the 9thAmerican Society for Bioethics & Humanities Meeting, Washington, D. C.
  • Pettis C & Klugman CM (2007, October 11-12). Advance Directives: What Nevadans Know. Poster presented at the Nevada Public Health Meeting, Boomtown, Nevada.
  • Klugman CM & Hartman L (2005, December 13). What A Waste: Looking at Public Health & Environmental Justice.Paper presented at the 133rd American Public Health Association Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Klugman CM & Stump B (2005, October 20). Effects of Ethics Training on Individual Choice and Core Values.Poster presented at the 7th American Society for Bioethics & Humanities Meeting, Washington D. C.
  • Klugman CM, Dula A & Stone J (2005, June 23). The Bioethicist: Social Activist or Social Observer.Paper presented at the Summer Bioethics Retreat, Monterey, California.
  • Klugman CM (2004, November 9). When the Twin Towers Collapse: Informed Consent and Confidentiality in a Bioterrorism Emergency.Paper presented at the 132nd American Public Health Association, Washington D. C.
  • Ballard-Reisch D, Thornton B & Klugman CM (2004, November 8). Ethical Implications of a Global, Ecological Approach to Public Health.Paper presented at the 132nd American Public Health Association Meeting, Washington D. C.
  • Klugman CM & Stump B (2004, September 17). Just an ‘Ole Country Doctor: Lessons from Fiction on Rural Medicine.Paper presented at the Rural Ethics Symposium, Tahoe City, California.
  • Klugman CM & Doukas D (2004, June 17). Teaching (Bio)ethics.Paper presented at the Summer Bioethics Retreat, Wintergreen, Virginia.
  • Klugman CM (2004, April 1). A Rose for Emily: Post Death Intimacy and Mourning in American Culture.Paper accepted but not presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology/Society for Medical Anthropology, Dallas, Texas.
  • Klugman CM & Tiano N (2003, November 17). Model of Ethics Committees in the Public Arena.Poster presented at the 131st American Public Health Association Meeting, San Francisco, California.
  • Klugman CM, Ballard-Reisch D & Zaguidoulline M (2003, October 24). Transcultural Research and Informed Consent: A Lesson in Cultural Perspectivism.Roundtable presented at the Joint Meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities and the Canadian Bioethics Society, Montreal, Canada.
  • Klugman CM (2003, June 28). Ethical and Social Issues of Bioterrorism Prevention.Paper presented at the Summer Bioethics Retreat, Shanty Creek, Michigan.
  • Klugman CM (2003, April 11). Homo Technologus: The Integration of Humans and Machines.Paper presented at the Extending the Human Lifespan: Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
  • Klugman CM (2003, February 15). A Model of Ethics for Recreation and Sport.Paper presented at the Combined Convention Northwest and Southwest Districts of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Reno, Nevada.
  • Klugman CM, Ballard-Reisch D, Zaguidoulline M, Nagumanova S & Galitskaya M (2002, November 22). Informed Consent in Cross Cultural Research.Paper presented at the National Communications Association Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Klugman CM (2002, November 12). Focusing on Principles of Public Health.Paper presented at the 130th American Public Health Association Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Klugman CM (2002, March 7). Dead Men Walking.Paper presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology/Society for Medical Anthropology Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Klugman CM (2000, November 15). Living the Good Death: A Community Needs Assessment.Paper presented at the 99th American Anthropological Association Meeting, San Francisco, California.
  • Klugman CM (1999, October 29). Cultural Engagement: Clinical Bioethics As A Matrix of Cultural Understanding.Paper presented at the 2nd American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Klugman CM (1999, November 8). Correctional Noncompliance: Bridging the Gap in Pharmaceutical Nonadherence.Paper presented at the 23rd National Conference on Correctional Health Care, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
  • Klugman CM (1999, November 20). Building the Beast: Social Construction of Sex Offenders.Paper presented at the 98th American Anthropological Association Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Klugman CM (1998, November 3). Treating the Sex Offender: Social, Legal, and Medical Remedies.Poster presented at the 22nd National Conference on Correctional Health Care, Long Beach, California.
  • Klugman CM (1998, October 5). Sex Offenders and Society: People, Press, and Policies.Paper presented at the 7th Texas Conference on the Treatment and Supervision of Adult Sex Offenders, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Klugman CM (1998, April 16). Defining Death: Putting Dying in Cultural Perspective.Paper presented at the National Student Research Forum, Galveston, Texas.
  • Klugman CM & McGowan K (1997, November 19). A Phenomenological Standpoint on Noncompliance in Plato’s Cave: Managed Care, Chronic Sickness, and the Clinical Encounter.Paper presented at the 96th American Anthropological Association Meeting, Washington D. C.
  • Klugman CM (1997, November 12). Taking Responsibility: A Public Health Approach to Antibiotic Resistance.Paper presented at the 125th American Public Health Association Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Klugman CM (1997, November 8). Towards A Communitarian Medicine: Ethics and Responsibility in Anti-Microbial Drug Resistance.Poster presented at the Combined Meeting of the Society for Health and Human Values, American Association of Bioethics, and Society of Bioethics Consultants, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Klugman CM (1997, November 8). Prometheus Reborn: A Historical and Ethical Approach to Cloning.Paper presented at the Combined Meeting of the Society for Health and Human Values, American Association of Bioethics, and Society of Bioethics Consultants, Baltimore, Maryland.

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