Course leader of the Disaster Response Management & Coordination course.
Tania Dræbel has seventeen years of experience in research and teaching in Health for Refugees and Internally Displaced, sociology, qualitative research methodology, medical anthropology, Health Systems Research, International Health and Disaster Response. Design, implementation and management of research projects, qualitative studies, quantitative surveys, assessments and evaluations on access to health and organization of health care for refugees and internally displaced populations, on war-related health systems dynamics and post-conflict health sector reconstruction in Europe and countries of Sub-Saharan and West Africa.
PhD, University of Copenhagen, Institute of Public Health, successfully defended in October, 2004.
Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies de Sciences Sociales: Cultures et Comportements Sociaux, Université René Descartes, Sorbonne, Paris V, 1994.
Magistère de Sciences Sociales Appliquées aux Relations Interculturelles, Université René Descartes, Sorbonne, Paris V, 1994.
Maîtrise de Sociologie, option Anthropologie Sociale et Ethnologie, Université René Descartes, Sorbonne, Paris V, 1993.