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Hees, S. van, Wanka, A., & Horstman, K. (2021). Making and unmaking ageing-in-place: Towards a co-constructive understanding of ageing and place. In Socio-gerontechnology. Interdisciplinary critical studies of ageing and technology (pp. 133–146). Routledge.
Ustyuzhantseva, Olga, Zvonareva, Olga, Horstman, Klasien, & Popova, Evgenyia. (2020). Seeds of Success in Dutch-Russian collaboration: The case of higher education capacity building project. In Building Higher Education Cooperation with the EU: Challenges and Opportunities from Four Continents. Brill, Leiden.
Pedersen, K. Z., de Vries, G., Horstman, K., Bateman, S., Allouche, S., Goffette, J., … Wyatt, S. (2020). Section 2: Responsibility. In Health, Technology and Society (pp. 75–134). Springer.
Zvonareva, O., & Horstman, K. (2018). Introduction. Dealing with Multiple Uncertainties in Post-Soviet Health, Technologies, and Politics. In Health, Technologies, and Politics in Post-Soviet Settings (pp. 1–34). Springer.
Lecluijze, I., Penders, B., Feron, F., & Horstman, K. (2016). Scripted collaboration: digitalisation of care for children. In Collaboration across Health Research and Medical Care (pp. 123–146). Routledge.
Horstman, K. (2015). Struggling with science and democracy: Public health and citizenship in The Netherlands. In Health and Citizenship: Political Cultures of Health in Modern Europe (pp. 191–208). Routledge.
Akrong, L., Horstman, K., & Arhinful, D. K. (2014). Informed consent and clinical trial participation: perspectives from a Ghanaian community. In Making Global Health Care Innovation Work (pp. 17–39). Springer.
Lecluijze, I., Penders, B., Feron, F., & Horstman, K. (2013). Innovation and justification in public health: The introduction of the child index in the Netherlands. In Ethics in Public Health and Health Policy (pp. 153–173). Springer.
Horstman, K. (2008). Lifestyle, genes and cholesterol: new struggles about responsibility and solidarity. In Genetics from laboratory to society (pp. 64–89). Springer.
Vries, G. de, & Horstman, K. (2008). Learning from the work that links laboratory to society. In Genetics from Laboratory to Society (pp. 171–190). Springer.
Horstman, K., & Smand, C. (2008). Detecting familial hypercholesterolaemia: escaping the family history? In Genetics from Laboratory to Society (pp. 90–117). Springer.
Vos, R., Houtepen, R., & Horstman, K. (2005). Evidence-based medicine and power shifts in health care systems. In Evidence-based Practice in Medicine and Health Care (pp. 17–23). Springer.