Justin Clapp, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology & Critical Care and Medical Ethics & Health Policy
PUBH 6040 Qualitative Research in Public Health, ANTH 3052 An Anthropological Approach to Bioethics, & ANTH 3320 Medicine & the Language of Pain
Dr. Clapp is a linguistic and medical anthropologist who uses qualitative methods and social scientific theory to examine issues in medical decision making, empirical bioethics, and health care communication.
- Time Is Short, Social Relations Are Complex: Bioethics as Typology Industry
- Surgical Overtreatment and Shared Decision-making-The Limits of Choice
- “We measure what we can measure”: Struggles in defining and evaluating institutional review board quality
- Escalation and Withdrawal of Treatment for Patients on Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation: A Qualitative Study