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Craig Klugman

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  • Vincent de Paul Professor
  • ​​PhD
  • Health Sciences
  • ​McGowan South, 411 D
Craig M. Klugman, PhD is Vincent de Paul Professor of Bioethics & Health Humanities.  He is a bioethicist and medical anthropologist who works on end-of-life issues, digital health, public health ethics, and pedagogy.

Courses Taught:
HLTH 229 Ethical Issues in Health Sciences
HLTH 329 Health Humanities
HLTH 339 Bioethics in Society
HLTH 341 Death & Dying

Dr. Klugman co-directs the minor in Bioethics & Society, is president of the Society of Vincent de Paul Professors, serves on the Northwestern Hospital ethics committee, is on the board of the Health Humanities Consortium, and is a voting member of the National Biosecurity Science Board.

He is the editor of the Research Methods in Health Humanities (2019, Oxford University Press), MacMillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks in Philosophy: Medical Ethics (2016, Gale Cengage Press) and Ethical Issues in Rural Health (2008/2013, Johns Hopkins University Press). Dr. Klugman is the producer of the award-winning film, Advance Directives and frequently contributes to national media.

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