My research interests lie at the intersection of emotions, healthcare ethics and behaviour. I employ qualitative methodology to explore the moral subjectivities of individuals. As part of my research, I study how healthcare is shaped by ideas, social categories, experiences, identities, and relationships.

My ongoing projects are concerned with how emotions, moral epistemology and everyday interactions influence one’s moral self; and how power is negotiated and challenged by individuals (patients; immigrants) in interpersonal interactions and institutions, particularly in healthcare settings. 

Lecturer, @Sydney Health Ethics, University of Sydney

Research Interests

Healthcare experiences, Moral Emotions, Moral Phenomenology, Qualitative Inquiry

Current Working Concepts

(Dis)respect, Humiliation, Respect for Persons,  Ethics of Belonging