Michael Cordey holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from the University of Lausanne (Switzerland). Currently pursuing postgraduate studies, his doctoral thesis addresses the issues surrounding the rehabilitation of patients with brain damage during the acute phase of hospitalization. His main interests include the dynamics and difficulties associated with the elaboration and sharing of medical judgments, and the decision-making processes that characterize and impact the lives of practitioners, patients, and family members throughout the acute hospitalization period. After completing 18 months of fieldwork with a Swiss Acute Neurorehabilitation Unit, Michael received a Doc.Mobility grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF). This experience allowed him to join the IRCM’s Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit for an 18-month period in which he will undertake further knowledge translation activities that build upon his previous work.