Dr Julie Mooney-Somers
Research Fellow / Senior Lecturer Qualitative Research in Health
K25 - Medical Foundation Building
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Julie's research interests cover the intersection of identity, sexuality and health, with a particular focus on young people. She specialises in qualitative, participatory and creative methods. Current research projects include the experience of growing up with cancer (creative and qualitative methods), same-sex attracted young womens perceptions of risk and vulnerability to sexually transmitted infections, and HIV risk in young female sex workers in Cambodia. Julie coordinates the Sydney Women and Sexual Health (SWASH) survey with ACON.
Qualitative Health Research
PhD and Masters' project opportunities
Growing Up with Cancer: A mixed methods examination of how cancer influences the transition adolescence to adulthood.
SWASH – Australia’s longest running regular survey of lesbian and bisexual women’s health and wellbeing