Charlotte Haug, Stanford Health Policy

Charlotte J. Haug

  • Adjunct Affiliate at the Center for Health Policy and the Department of Health Policy

Aamotveien 19a
N-0880 Oslo

(47) 92222096 (voice)


Charlotte J. Haug has an MD and PhD from the University of Oslo, Norway and a MSc in Health Services Research from Stanford University, USA. She is Exectutive Editor of NEJM AI, International Correspondent at the New England Journal of Medicine, Senior Scientist at SINTEF Digital Health (Norway), and Adjunct Affiliate of Stanford Health Policy, Stanford University.

Dr Haug has worked in clinical medicine and research in Norway and with organization, priority setting and supervision of healthcare systems both nationally and internationally. From 2002 - 2015, she was Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association and a member of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE, the “Vancouver group”). She was a Council Member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) from 2005-2015 and Vice-Chair of COPE from 2012-2015. She received the Council of Science Editors (CSE) Award for Meritorious Achievement in 2013, and was on the International Advisory Board of the 4th World Conference on Research Integrity in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2015. She has worked extensively with issues concerning scientific publication, research and publication ethics with a particular emphasis on how to handle and optimize the use personal data collected in clinical and clinical research settings while preserving the individuals’ right to privacy.

A major interest going forward is the application of AI in clinical medicine and health care in a responsible and ethical way to protect privacy, to avoid bias and exploitation, and provide better care to those who do not get the best care now.