Since 2009, when smartphones appeared into our lifes, numerous mobile applications for qualitative research have been put out in the market and at our disposal. These apps are revolutionizing the ways to conduct researches, changing the way we make questions, how we select participating subjects for a study, or how we produce and store data. This penomena […]
About Verónica Reyero
Having had an American mother and a Spanish father, she grew up accustomed to cultural differences, linguistic diversity and feeling between two worlds. In 2014, motivated by personal vital questions she studied "American identity" by interviewing people in different parts of North American territory.
In 2016 Verónica graduated in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Granada (Spain). For her final undergraduate project she studied the doctor-patient relationship in Planned Parenthood consultation, focusing on the process of hormonal contraceptives prescription. Intrigued by the social impact of legal drug consumption she unrolled a Master's Degree on Rational Use of Medicines at the University of Valencia.
She is interested in the applicability of anthropology to the area of healthcare, and in the integration of techniques such as user experience design to improve people's experiences in health systems.
Entries by Verónica Reyero
The area of health is one of the fields where anthropology is proving its utility. From the classical studies on ‘doctor-patient’ relationships to the latest contributions to the world of E-Health, our discipline sheds light on these issues and makes visible what for many is still invisible. The fields of Medicine and Pharmacology […]
The days 4th and 5th of November of 2016 the city of Tartu (Estonia) hosted hundreds of anthropologists. There were all kinds of them. Some came from nearby places like Helsinki, or Lithuania and others did a long trip, coming from places such as United States or Australia. Some of them are anthropologists with a […]