Virginie Palette

Virginie Palette

Individual Partner:  Virginie Palette, Philosopher, Archives Husserl, ENS, Paris; and Associate Professor and researcher, Centro de Estudios de Fenomenología y Psiquiatría, Faculty of Medicine, IDH Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile

Preferred contact: virginie.palette@gmail.com

Brief Description of Work: I completed my PhD in Philosophy from the University of Freiburg in Germany and from the University of Paris-Sorbonne. In addition to my research around the criticisms of scientific positivism, which gave me expertise in the fields of Epistemology and Phenomenology, I currently work on a project in Philosophy of Psychiatry, which aims to show how a rigorous description of clinician’s pre-reflexive experience during the first interaction with patients could contribute to develop an integrative and multifaceted model of Evidence-based-Medicine (EBM).

Key Words: Resident in: Germany; Working in: France, Chile and Germany; Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Evidence-Based-Practice; Ethics, Medical humanities (philosophy). Area(s) of Research: Applied Epistemology, Phenomenology, Consciousness Studies, Analytical and continental theories of knowledge Area(s) of healthcare expertise: philosophy of psychiatry and psychology.
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http://www.umr8547.ens.fr/spip.php?rubrique181

http://www.centrodefenomenologia.udp.cl/index.php/equipo/

http://idh.udp.cl/academicos/dra-virginie-palette/

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