Visiting Professor Andreas Chr. Tifas was born in Lymbia, Nicosia district in 1974. He graduated from the Nursing School of Cyprus 1995-1998. From 2003-2008 he studied at the Psychology department of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and from 2009-2011 he studied at the Nursing Simulation program of TEPAK. He also holds a Master’s Degree in the Management of Health Units APKY 2009-2013. He is a Doctor of Applied Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy of Pedagogy and Psychology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 2014-2018. In April 2023, he completed his post-doctoral research at the Sociology department of Panteion University of Athens on the subject: Man and Biopolitics. From September 2023 he is Visiting Professor of Ethics at Philips University.
Since 1999 he has been a Nursing Officer at the Larnaca General Hospital. He is a member of the editorial board of the Cypriot Nursing Chronicles magazine in Cyprus and of the Philosophy and Education magazine in Greece, as well as a peer reviewer in the Conatus magazine of the Applied Philosophy Laboratory of the Greek Academy of Sciences. His authorship includes three books: Man and Ethics: concepts and issues in the relationship between nursing and care, Athens, Papazisi Publications, 2020 and Biopolitics and Man: aspects of care and the Covid-19 pandemic, Athens: Papazisi Publications (in publication), and a poetry collection: Rhythm and Anti-rhythm, Athens Ydroplano Publications, 2021. He has also published 10 articles in Cypriot and Greek magazines.
Dr. Andreas Ch. Tifas since December 2018 – today he is a member of the Biomedical Evaluation Committee of the National Bioethics Committee of Cyprus, as well as in other scientific and professional associations in Cyprus and Greece.