Tania Manríquez holds a BA in Anthropology (University of Chile), an MA in Global Ethics (King’s College London) and is conducting her PhD in Bioethics at the University of Zurich. Tania has extensive experience developing qualitative research, conducting fieldwork and managing projects in Switzerland, Chile, Mexico and Mozambique. She has worked in consultancy projects on development and human rights for the World Health Organization, UNICEF, the European Commission, the Center for Development and Cooperation (NADEL, ETH Zurich), the Center for Child Well-being and Development (UZH) and the Human Rights Centre (University of Chile). She has also been a lecturer of the undergraduate course ‘Ethics in Qualitative Research’ (Alberto Hurtado University, Chile).
- User experience
- Global health
- Research ethics
- Methodological issues in bioethics
Developing project ‘The ethics of m-health and patients’ experience’ / Member of the DIPEx Switzerland Research Group / Organizer of workshop on palliative care and death at IMBE, UZH