RAWLINSON Cloé

RAWLINSON Cloé

Chargée de recherche, Département Vulnérabilité et Médecine Sociale, Epidémiologie et Systèmes de Santé

Diplômes : Master of Science (MSc) in Psychology with a focus on Health Psychology, University of Lausanne (UNIL)
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Psychology, University of Lausanne (UNIL)
Cloe Rawlinson began working at Unisanté in the ESOPE group (previsouly IUMSP) in 2017 during her studies in Health Psychology at the University of Lausanne, where she co-conducted an overview on interprofessional collaboration. After 1 year and having completed her master’s degree (MSc), she moved to Mexico City where she worked at the National Institute of Public Health (INSP) in the Centre for Nutrition and Health Research for two years, focusing on mixed methods and qualitative field-based studies with international collaboration (Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, US University). She has worked on different health problematics and populations across her research experiences (maternal and child health, migration, interprofessional collaboration) with a strong focus on qualitative methods. She returned to Unisanté in 2020 and is currently working in the SociocoViD project, which is part of the broader epidemiological study SérocoViD, and focuses on daily life experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic in the Canton of Vaud, Switzerland, by exploring viral exposure, protective practices and the making of vulnerabilities.