Daniel Drewniak is a post-doctoral researcher in the URPP Human Reproduction Reloaded | H2R, sub-project 3 Ethnography of Human Reproduction in Single Case Studies in Threshold Areas.
Daniel’s research interests include empirical bioethics, medical decision-making and empirical research methods. In his current research, he focuses on practices of and perspectives on reproductive care services from the perspective of healthcare professionals, researchers and patients.
- Ph.D. (Dr. sc. med.) in Biomedical Ethics at the University of Zurich, Switzerland (2017)
- Diploma in Social Sciences at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany (2010)
Work and research experience
- Research associate at the Institute of Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine (2012-2021)
- Project “Patient narratives in medical education” (2021)
- Project “ECMO between indication and futility: Factorial survey to measure behavioral intentions, norms and value judgements in decisions regarding extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)” (2017-2019)
- Project “Die Bedürfnisse von Angehörigen beim Advance Care Planning“ (2017-2018)
- Project “ECMO between indication and futility: Development of a factorial survey to measure norms regarding extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)” (2016-2017)
- PhD-Project "The influence of ethnicity and migration on individual health care" (2012-2017)
- Research associate at the Institute of Medical Sociology and Rehabilitation Science, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany (2011-2012)
- Project “Measurement and analysis of subjective quality of life in inpatient care involving senior volunteers - validation of a new questionnaire on quality of life] (QUISTA-A)"
- Project “Measurement and analysis of subjective quality of life in inpatient care] (QUISTA-B)”
- Research associate at the Department of Education and Psychology, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany (2010)
- Project “GO! All-day organization in primary schools