Corine Mouton Dorey is a cardiologist by training (Grenoble School of Medicine, France). In 2017, she received her PhD in biomedical ethics and law from the Medical Faculty of the University of Zürich, with the funding support of the SAMW (fond KZS). Her dissertation was on the ethical guidance for large patient data sets and the application of Paul Ricoeur’s ethics. She also holds a M.Sc. in cellular and molecular biology (Grenoble University), a M.B.A. (London Business School) and a M.A.S. in health law (University of Neuchâtel). She worked as a cardiologist in public and private hospitals. She then moved to clinical research in the pharmaceutical industry, and became responsible for innovative projects for R&D restructuring and financing. Following her parental leave, she led a Swiss national study in newborn babies for the department of clinical nutrition at the ETH Zürich. From January 2011 to December 2013 she worked at the Institute of preventive and social medicine in Zürich as project manager for the evidence-based medicine part of the IDoC project: a project, sponsored by the Swiss National Fund, that studies the impact of DRGs on patient care and professional practice (see IBME site). She is currently a research fellow at the Institute of Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine, working on digital health, shared-decision making and patient narrative. She coordinates the Institute’s Journal and Book Club and is the coordinator of the challenge area Health at the Digital Society Initiative of the University of Zürich.
- Patient health-related data and medical judgment
- New approaches to autonomy and solidarity in healthcare and public health
- Digital health and its impact for patients, physicians and researchers in society
- Paul Ricoeur’s work on hermeneutic, ethics and narrative identities