Dr Lina Masana

Lina is a Research Fellow in the Academic Unit of Elderly Care and Rehabilitation based at Bradford Institute for Health Research, Bradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, since February 2015.
PhD in Medical Anthropology (2013, URV, with European Doctorate mention and Cum Laude), master’s degree in Medical Anthropology and International Health (MSc 2008, URV with Hons) and graduated in Social and Cultural Anthropology (BA 2002, UB).
Her fields of expertise are ethnography, qualitative research and narrative analysis, especially concerning health and social care topics. She has widely explored the topic of chronicity experience and management, and her research interests and experience covers related topics such as disability, dependency, public policies, care needs, end of life care and advanced directives, research ethics and bioethics, among others.

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