Kainradl Anna-Christina

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Dissertation: "Alte und Hochaltrige Migrant*innen in Graz"

In her dissertation project Anna-Christina Kainradl analyzes Austrian migrants in Graz and how they experience health and develop health literacy in the context of the Austrian healthcare system. She analyzes ethical theories against the backdrop of discrimination of old migrants within the Austrian healthcare system.


Keywords: Ethics, care, aging and migration, medical ethics, health literacy, dementia


Curriculum Vitae

Anna-Christina Kainradl is a doctoral candidate at the University of Graz. She studied at the University of Graz and at the Université de Caen (France), receiving degrees in Education (French and Philosophy/Psychology/Pedagogy) and Theology. She also teaches Medical Ethics at the Medical University of Graz and is involved in projects dealing with age, autonomy, knowledge, health promotion, and health literacy. She is currently working on a regional project on regional developments for age-appropriate healthcare with the German title “Gemeinsam Gesundheit gestalten - Regionale Entwicklung für altersgerechte Gesundheitsversorgung“ (2017-2020) and "Who Cares? Rethinking Age(ing) and Care" at the University of Graz.


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Anna-Christina Kainradl

Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Aging and Care

Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Alterns- und Care-Forschung

Phone:+43 316 380 - 8205

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