dr. K.R. (Karin) Jongsma

Assistant Professor

  • Department of Public Health, Healthcare Innovation & Evaluation and Medical Humanities (PHM)
  • Julius Center Research Program Methodology

dr. K.R. (Karin) Jongsma

Research Programs


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 (21)

SERIES:eHealth in primary care. Part 2: Exploring the ethical implications of its application in primary care practice

Boers Sarah N., Jongsma Karin R., Lucivero Federica, Aardoom Jiska, Büchner Frederike L., de Vries Martine, Honkoop Persijn, Houwink Elisa J.F., Kasteleyn Marise J., Meijer Eline, Pinnock Hilary, Teichert Martina, van der Boog Paul, van Luenen Sanne, van der Kleij Rianne M.J.J., Chavannes Niels H. 16 dec 2020, In: European Journal of General Practice. 26 , p. 26-32 7 p.

Recommendations from a James Lind Alliance priority setting partnership - a qualitative interview study

Jongsma Karin, van Seventer Juliette, Verwoerd Anouk, van Rensen Annemiek 19 nov 2020, In: Research involvement and engagement. 6

Ethics parallel research:An approach for (early) ethical guidance of biomedical innovation

Jongsma Karin R., Bredenoord Annelien L. 1 sep 2020, In: BMC Medical Ethics. 21

Losing Rather than Choosing:A Defense of Advance Directives in the Context of Dementia

Jongsma Karin 2 aug 2020, In: American Journal of Bioethics. 20 , p. 90-92 3 p.

Motivations for people with cognitive impairment to complete an advance research directive - a qualitative interview study

Jongsma Karin, Perry Julia, Schicktanz Silke, Radenbach Katrin 8 jul 2020, In: BMC Psychiatry. 20

Patient Representation:Mind the Gap Between Individual and Collective Claims

Jongsma Karin R., Schicktanz Silke 2 apr 2020, In: American Journal of Bioethics. 20 , p. 28-30 3 p.

Thinking “ethical” when designing an international, cross-disciplinary biomedical research consortium

Torres-Padilla Maria Elena, Bredenoord Annelien L., Jongsma Karin R., Lunkes Astrid, Marelli Luca, Pinheiro Ines, Testa Giuseppe 2020, In: EMBO Journal. 39

The Challenge of Demandingness in Citizen Science and Participatory Research

Jongsma Karin, Friesen Phoebe 3 aug 2019, In: American Journal of Bioethics. 19 , p. 33-35 3 p.

Autism, autonomy, and authenticity

Späth Elisabeth M.A., Jongsma Karin R. 4 jun 2019, In: Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. 23 , p. 73-80 8 p.

Understanding (in) Consent for Governance

Lensink MA, Boers SN, Jongsma KR, Bredenoord AL 8 mei 2019, In: The American Journal of Bioethics. 19 , p. 43-45 3 p.

All Research Output (21)