Medische technologie

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Abrishami, P., Boer, A., & Horstman, K. (2015). How can we assess the value of complex medical innovations in practice? Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research, 15, 369–371.
Lecluijze, I., Penders, B., Feron, F. J. M., & Horstman, K. (2015). Co-production of ICT and children at risk: The introduction of the Child Index in Dutch child welfare. Children and Youth Services Review, 56, 161–168.
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Abrishami, P., Boer, A., & Horstman, K. (2014). Understanding the adoption dynamics of medical innovations: Affordances of the da Vinci robot in the Netherlands. Social Science & Medicine, 117, 125–133.
Derksen, M.-H. G., & Horstman, K. (2008). Engineering flesh: towards an ethics of lived integrity. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 11, 269–283.
Horstman, Klasien. (2006). From laboratory to practice. Learning about normative issues in regenerative medicine. In Doorn, M. (Ed.), Converging technologies. (pp. 134–155). The Hague: STT Netherlands Study Centre for Technology Trends.