drs. E.F.F. (Karin) Eldik

drs. E.F.F. (Karin) Eldik

Assistant Professor
drs. E.F.F. (Karin) Eldik
  • Department of Public Health, Healthcare Innovation & Evaluation and Medical Humanities (PHM)
  • Julius Center Research Program Methodology

Research Programs

Child Health



Dr. Karin Jongsma is assistant professor at the Julius Center of the University Medical Center Utrecht, since September 2017. She obtained her PhD in medical ethics at the Erasmus University Medical Centre in 2016. She has an emerging track-record in the field of bioethics. She has a particular interest in topics of patient involvement, decision-making and bio-politics of new technologies,

Karin is a member of the Institutional Research Board of the University Medical Center Utrecht, and has aside her experience in science with policy-advising and council work for the Dutch Ministry of Health.  

Research Output (39)

How digital health affects the patient-physician relationship:An empirical-ethics study into the perspectives and experiences in obstetric care

Jongsma K. R., Bekker M. N., Haitjema S., Bredenoord A. L. Aug 2021, In: Pregnancy Hypertension. 25 , p. 81-86 6 p.

Recognizing the ethical implications of stem cell research:A call for broadening the scope

Assen Lars S., Jongsma Karin R., Isasi Rosario, Tryfonidou Marianna A., Bredenoord Annelien L. 13 Jul 2021, In: Stem Cell Reports. 16 , p. 1656-1661 6 p.

Non-maleficence and the ethics of consent to cancer screening Response

Durán Juan Manuel, Jongsma Karin Rolanda 1 Jul 2021, In: Journal of Medical Ethics. 47 , p. 514-514 1 p.

Who is afraid of black box algorithms? On the epistemological and ethical basis of trust in medical AI

Durán Juan Manuel, Jongsma Karin Rolanda 1 May 2021, In: Journal of Medical Ethics. 47 , p. 329-335 7 p.

Dutch patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals generate first nationwide research agenda for juvenile idiopathic arthritis

Verwoerd Anouk, Armbrust Wineke, Cowan Katherine, van den Berg Lotte, de Boer Joke, Bookelman Sanne, Britstra Marjan, Cappon Jeannette, Certan Maria, Dedding Christine, van den Haspel Karin, Muller Petra Hissink, Jongsma Karin, Lelieveld Otto, van Loosdregt Jorg, Olsder Wendy, Rocha Johanna, Schatorjé Ellen, Schouten Natasja, Swart Joost F., Vastert Sebastiaan, Walter Margot, Schoemaker Casper G. 7 Apr 2021, In: Pediatric Rheumatology. 19

Mini-gut feelings:Perspectives of people with cystic fibrosis on the ethics and governance of organoid biobanking

Lensink Michael A., Boers Sarah N., M Gulmans Vincent A., Jongsma Karin R., Bredenoord Annelien L. 7 Apr 2021, In: Personalized Medicine. 18 , p. 241-254 14 p.

Responsible Research with Human Tissues:The Need for Reciprocity Toward Both Collectives and Individuals

Lensink Michael A, Jongsma Karin R, Boers Sarah N, van Delden Johannes J M, Bredenoord Annelien L 3 Apr 2021, In: The American Journal of Bioethics. 21 , p. 75-78 4 p.

Publisher Correction: LifeTime and improving European healthcare through cell-based interceptive medicine

Rajewsky Nikolaus, Almouzni Geneviève, Gorski Stanislaw A., Aerts Stein, Amit Ido, Bertero Michela G., Bock Christoph, Bredenoord Annelien L., Cavalli Giacomo, Chiocca Susanna, Clevers Hans, De Strooper Bart, Eggert Angelika, Ellenberg Jan, Fernández Xosé M., Figlerowicz Marek, Gasser Susan M., Hubner Norbert, Kjems Jørgen, Knoblich Jürgen A., Krabbe Grietje, Lichter Peter, Linnarsson Sten, Marine Jean Christophe, Marioni John C., Marti-Renom Marc A., Netea Mihai G., Nickel Dörthe, Nollmann Marcelo, Novak Halina R., Parkinson Helen, Piccolo Stefano, Pinheiro Inês, Pombo Ana, Popp Christian, Reik Wolf, Roman-Roman Sergio, Rosenstiel Philip, Schultze Joachim L., Stegle Oliver, Tanay Amos, Testa Giuseppe, Thanos Dimitris, Theis Fabian J., Torres-Padilla Maria Elena, van Oudenaarden Alexander, Bruining Hilgo, Jongsma Karin R., Pasterkamp R. Jeroen, van Oudenaarden Alexander, 1 Apr 2021, In: Nature. 592 , p. E8

Experts' moral views on gene drive technologies:a qualitative interview study

de Graeff N., Jongsma Karin R., Bredenoord Annelien L. 8 Mar 2021, In: BMC Medical Ethics. 22 , p. 1-15 1 p.

Developing the building blocks to elucidate the impact of the urban exposome on cardiometabolic-pulmonary disease:The EU EXPANSE project

Vlaanderen Jelle, De Hoogh Kees, Hoek Gerard, Peters Annette, Probst-Hensch Nicole, Scalbert Augustin, Melén Erik, Tonne Cathryn, De Wit G. Ardine, Chadeau-Hyam Marc, Katsouyanni Klea, Esko Tõnu, Jongsma Karin R., Vermeulen Roel 2021, In: Environmental epidemiology (Philadelphia, Pa.). 5

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