Marisha joined the Ethox Centre in 2018 as a DPhil student in Population Health. Her research focuses on ethical considerations that impact physician decision-making on involuntary admissions for psychiatric inpatient care. Marisha's research is supported by the Clarendon Fund, Brasenose College Kwai Cheong Scholarship, and the Nuffield Department of Population Health.
Prior to pursuing the DPhil in Population Health, Marisha worked at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics as a Research Associate on two grants to develop ethics guidance for the responsible and equitable inclusion of pregnant women in clinical research. Marisha earned her MSc in Global Mental Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and King's College London, and her BS in International Health from the School of Nursing and Health Studies at Georgetown University.
Global mental health should engage with the ethics of involuntary admission
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