• Helberg-Proctior, A., Krumeich, A., Meershoek, A., Horstman, K. (forthcoming), ‘Ethnicity’ in Dutch health research: enacting ‘ethnicity’ in research articles, Biosocieties
  • Susan van Hees, Klasien Horstman, Maria Jansen, Dirk Ruwaard, Meanings of ‘life cycle robust neighborhoods’: constructing versus attaching to places. Aging & Society, doi: 10.1017/S0144686X16001483.
  • Zvonareva O., Engel N., Kutishenko N., Horstman K. (Re)configuring research value: international commercial clinical trials in the Russian Federation. BioSocieties. doi: 10.1057/biosoc.2016.11 (IF 2.232)
  • Zvonareva O., Engel N., Kutishenko N., Horstman K. (2016) (Re)configuring research value: international commercial clinical trials in the Russian Federation. BioSocieties. DOI: 10.1057/biosoc.2016.11
  • Knibbe, M., Vries, M. de, Horstman K. Bianca in the neighborhood: moving beyond ‘’the reach paradigm’’ in public mental health. Critical Public Health. doi:10.1080/09581596.2016.1142067 (IF 2.530)
  • Knibbe, M. Vries, M. de, Horstman, K. Responsible use of media supports ‘critical public health literacy. Journal of Public Health. doi: 10.1093/pubmed/fdw036 (IF 2.019)
  • 2016 Anna Wolters; Guido de Wert; Onno C. P. van Schayck; Klasien Horstman Lifestyle Vaccines and Public Health: Exploring Policy Options for a Vaccine to Stop Smoking, in: Public Health Ethics 2016; doi: 10.1093/phe/phw004
  • 2016 Els Geelen, Hans van Vliet, Pieter de Hoogh, Klasien Horstman (2016) Taming the fear of voice. Dilemma’s in maintaining a high vaccination rate in the Netherlands, in: Social Science and Medicine, vol. 153, March 2016, 12-19. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2016.01.051
  • 2015 Van Helmond, Isabel; Korstjens, Irene; Mesman, Jessica; Nieuwenhuijze, Marianne; Horstman, Klasien; Scheepers, Hubertina; Spaanderman, Marc; Keulen, Judit; de Vries, Raymond (2015)What Makes for Good Collaboration and Communication in Maternity Care? A Scoping Study. In: International Journal of Childbirth, Volume 5, Number 4, 2015, pp.210-223(14)
  • 2015 Susan van Hees, Klasien Horstman, Maria Jansen, Dirk Ruwaard (2015) Conflicting notions of citizenship in old age: an analysis of an activation practice, in: Journal of Aging Studies, 35 (2015), 178-189.
  • 2015 Mare Knibbe, Marten de Vries,  Klasien Horstman,  Engaging cultural resources to promote mental health in Dutch LSES neighborhoods: a study of a community-based participatory media project, in : Health Promotion International,   doi: 10.1093/heapro/dav095
  • 2015 I.Lecluijze, B.Penders, F.Feron, K.Horstman, Co-production of ICT and children at risk. The introduction of the Child Index in Dutch Child Welfare, in: Children and Youth Services Review, In Press, 56 (2015) 161-168, Available online
  • 2015 Olga Zvonareva, Nora Engel, Sergey Martsevich, Guido de Wert, Klasien Horstman, International clinical trials, cardiovascular disease and treatment options in the Russian Federation: Research and treatment in practice, in: Social Science and Medicine vol. 128, March 2015, 255-262
  • 2015 Agnes Meershoek, Klasien Horstman, Creating a market in workplace health promotion: The performative role of public health sciences and technologies, in: Critical Public Health. Online February 2015. DOI: 10.1080/09581596.2015.1015489.
  • 2014 Lecluijze, I., Penders, B., Feron,F., Horstman,K. Infrastructural work in child welfare. Incommensurable politics in the Dutch Child Index, in: Scandinavian Journal of Informations Systems, 26, 2, 31-52.
  • 2015 Geelen, E., Hoyweghen, I. van, Horstman, K., Shaping the future and living in the present: Living a ‘good live’ with a familial heart disease, in: Biosocieties (2015) 10,70–83, doi: 10.1057/biosoc.2014.41.
  • 2014  P.Abrishami, B.Boer, K.Horstman, Value in the Making: Harvesting the Value of Complex Medical Innovations in Practice, (abstract) Value in Health. The Journal for the International Society for  Pharmaeconomics and Outcomes Research, 17, 7,  A324.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jval.2014.08.571
  • 2014 Payam Abrishami, Bert Boer, Klasien Horstman (2014) Understanding the adoption dynamics of medical innovations: Affordances of the da Vinci robot in the Netherlands, Social Science and Medicine.  Vol. 117, September, 125-133
  • 2014 Onno C. P. van Schayck, Klasien Horstman, Eric Vuurman, Guido de Wert and Daniel Kotz, Nicotine vaccination - does it have a future?, in: Addiction, First published online : 3 jun 2014, DOI: 10.1111/add.12569.
  • 2014  Wolters, A. De Wert, G.,  Van Schayk, O., Horstman, K. (2014) Constructing a trial as a personal life style project: participants experiences in a clinical study for nicotine vaccination, Social Science and Medicine, 104, 116-123. 
  • 2013  Hal, L.B.E. van, Meershoek, A.M., Nijhuis, F.J.N. & Horstman, K. (2013). Disembodied abilities: Sick role and participation in return-to-work practices. Social Science & Medicine, 96, 9-16.
  • 2013  Jaspers P., Houtepen R., Horstman K. (2013). Ethical review: standardizing procedures and local shaping of ethical review practices. Social Science and Medicine, 98, 311-318.
  • 2011  Geelen E, Van Hoyweghen, I., Doevendans, P.A., Marcelis, C.L., Horstman, K. (2011). Constructing ''best interests'': Genetic testing of children in families with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. American  Journal of  Medical  Genetics  A. 155A(8), 1930-1938.
  • 2011  Penders, P., Horstman, K., Vos, R. (2011). Large scale research and  the goal of health: an analysis of doable problem construction in ‘new’ nutrition science. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews ,34(4), 332-349.
  • 2010  Van Hoyweghen I., Horstman, K. (2010) (Editorial). Solidarity Matters. Embedding genetic technologies in private and social insurance technologies. New Genetics and Society,  29(4), 343-350.
  • 2010  Aarden, E. , Van Hoyweghen, I., Horstman, K. (2010). Solidarity in practices of provision: distributing access to genetic technologies in health care in Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. New Genetics and Society, 29(4), 369-388.
  • 2009  Penders, B., Vos, R., Horstman, K. (2009). Side effects of problem solving strategies in large scale nutrition science: Towards a diversification of health. British Journal of Nutrition 102(10), 1400-1403.
  • 2009  Penders, B., Horstman, K., Vos, R. (2009). Large-scale research and the goal of health: An analysis of doable problem construction in ‘new’ nutrition science. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews. 34 (4): 332-349.
  • 2009  Penders, B., Vos, R., Horstman, K. (2009). A question of style: Method, integrity and the meaning of proper science. Endeavour, 33(3), 93-98.
  • 2009  Penders, B., Vos, R. Horstman, K. (2009). Sensitisation. Reciprocity and reflection in scientific practice. EMBO Reports 10 (3), 205-208.
  • 2009  Aarden, E., Van Hoyweghen, I., Vos, R., Horstman, K. (2009). Providing pre-implantation genetic diagnosis in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Germany. A comparative in-depth analysis of health care access. Human Reproduction, 24 (7), 1542-1547.
  • 2009  Van Hoyweghen, I. Horstman, K. (2009), Evidence based underwriting in the molecular age. New Genetics and Society, 28 (4), 317-337.
  • 2008  Penders, B., Horstman, K., Vos, R. (2008). Walking the line between biology and computation: The 'moist' zone. BioScience, 58(8), 747-755.
  • 2008  Van Hoyweghen,I., Horstman, K. (2008). European practices of genetic information and insurance. Lessons for the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 300(3), 326-327.
  • 2008  Penders, P., Horstman, K., Vos, R. (2008). Walking the line between lab and computation: the ‘moist’ zone. Bioscience , 58(8), 747-755.
  • 2008  Penders, B. , Horstman, K., Vos, R. (2008). Ferrying between cultures. Crafting a new profession at the intersection of science and society. European Molecular Biology Organization Reports, 9(8), 709-713. 
  • 2008  Horstman, K., Aarden, E., Geelen, E., Hoyweghen, I.M.G. van, Penders, B. & Vos, R. (2008). Genetics and practices of food, families, insurance and health care: from impact towards co-construction. Tailoring Biotechnologies,  4(1-2), 23-40.
  • 2008  Derksen, M.H.G., Horstman,K. (2008). Engineering flesh. Towards an ethics of lived integrity in tissue engineering. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 11, 269-283.
  • 2008  Aarden, E., Van Hoyweghen, I., Horstman, K., Vos, R. (2008). Learning from co-evolution of policy and technology. Different PGD’s in the Netherlands, Germany and Britain. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 10(2), 191-206.
  • 2007  Penders, B., Horstman, K., Vos, R., Saris, W. (2007). From individuals to groups: a review of the meaning of 'personalized' in nutrigenomics. Trends in Food Science and Technology, 18, 333-338.
  • 2007  Van Hoyweghen, I., Horstman, K., Schepers, R. (2007). Genetics ‘risk carriers’ and life style ‘risk-takers’. Which risks deserve our legal protection in insurance? Health Care Analysis. Journal of Health Philosophy and Policy, 15(3), 179-193.
  • 2007   Penders, B., Horstman, K., Vos, R. (2007). Proper science in moist biology. European Molecular Biology Organization Reports, 8(7), 613.
  • 2006   Van Hoyweghen, I., Horstman, K., Schepers, R. (2006). Making the normal deviant. The introduction of predictive medicine in private insurance.Social Science and Medicine, 63, 1225-1235.
  • 2005   Van Hoyeweghen, I., Horstman, K., Schepers, R. (2005). ‘Genetics is not the issue.’ Insurers about genetics and insurance. New Genetics and Society, 24(1), 79-98.
  • 2003  Vos, R., Houtepen, R., Horstman, K. (2003). Evidence based medicine and power shifts in health care systems. Health Care Analysis. Journal of Health Philosophy and Policy, 10, 319-328.
  • 2003  Benschop, R., Horstman, K., Vos, R. (2003) Voice beyond choice. Hesitant voice in public debates about genetics in health care. Health Care Analysis, Journal of Health Philosophy and Policy, 11(2), 141-151.
  • 2003  Horstman, K. (2003). Towards an ethics of expectations. Physica Medica,  19(1), 53.
  • 2002  Horstman, K. Van Rens-Leenaarts, E. (2002). Beyond the boundary between science and values: re-evaluating the moral dimension of the nurses’ role in cot death prevention. Nursing Ethics, 9(2), 137-154.
  • 2001  Van Rens-Leenaarts, E.,  Horstman, K. (2001). Support among sids parents in the Netherlands: a two decade overview. Journal of Perinatal Medicine,  29, suppl. II, 31.
  • 2000  Berg, M., Horstman, K., Plass, S. (2000). Protocols, professionals and the production of objectivity: standardization and the professionalization of insurance medicine. Sociology of Health and Illness, 22(6), 765-791.
  • 2000  Horstman,K. (2000). Technology and the management of trust in insurance medicine. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, .21, 39-61.
  • 2000  Horstman, K. (2000). Out of otherness. Characters and narrators in the Dutch venereal disease debate. Medical History, 3, 425-426.
  • 2000  Bijsterveld, K., Horstman, K., Mesman, M. (2000). Crying whenever Monday comes. Older unmarried women in the Netherlands and the game of comparison, 1955-1980. Journal of Family History, special issue about policy-making and the construction of biograp­hy, 2, 221-234.
  • 1997  Horstman, K., (1997). Chemical Analysis of Urine for Life Insurance: The Construction of Reliability. Science, Technology & Human Values, 22(1), 57-78.