We are happy to share with you some new publications one of our alumni, Craig Klugman, PhD, has published recently.
- Klugman CM (2015). Ethical Issues in End-of-Life Communication. In J Nussbaum, H Giles & AK Worthington (eds) Communication at the End of Life (pp. 191-209). New York: Peter Lang Publishers.
- Klugman CM & Tolwin NA (2015). Examining Autonomous Selections in an Advance Directive. Journal of Clinical Ethics 26(3): 212-218.
- Klugman CM & Sheridan B (2015). A Texas Perspective on TADA: Physician Autonomy and the Corporate Practice of Medicine Act [open peer commentary]. American Journal of Bioethics 15(8): 48-49.
Dr. Klugman is looking forward to seeing many of you in Houston this week for the ASBH meeting. He mentioned to us that if anyone works in undergraduate (baccalaureate) education, there is a new ASBH Affinity group on Undergraduate Education in Health Ethics & Humanities that will be meeting on Friday (23rd) at 6pm.
Craig is Professor and Chair, Department of Health Sciences, DePaul University, Chicago, IL. You can follow him on twitter @CraigKlugman. You can read more about his work online: http://csh.depaul.edu/faculty-staff/faculty-a-z/pages/health-sciences/craig-klugman.aspx.
Dr. Klugman received his Ph.D. from the GSBS Medical Humanities Graduate Program at the IMH in 2001. His dissertation was titled An Exploration of Witnesses' Stories of Death and his advisor was Dr. Harold Vanderpool.