Research Output per year
Rachel Lennon is an early career research who is completing her PhD at Western Sydney University. She completed her Masters of Public Health at Melbourne University and her undergraduate in Psychology at Swinburne University. Rachel’s research interests focus primarily on women’s health across a range of contexts. She has explored theoretical impacts of stigma and discrimination against female street-based sex workers, has worked extensively in the field of violence against women and has developed research on social inclusion for drug affected and homeless women.
Using qualitative research techniques, Rachel has investigated a range of topics from Aboriginal antenatal care programs to methodologies most effective in reaching vulnerable populations. As a result, she has written several publications including chapters in academic texts such as ‘Practicing Social Inclusion’ and the ‘Routledge International Handbook of Sex Industry Research’.
Rachel enjoys exploring qualitative methodologies across a range of fields including Health Care Systems and simulation strategies for surgical trainees. She has contributed to the conference circuit and has presented work both nationally and internationally.
Research output: Other contribution › Other › peer-review
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter (Book) › Research › peer-review
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Other
Promoting awareness of nutritional risk factors contributing to chronic disease in indigenous communities: an outreach modelBonnici, R., Jun 2008, In : Developing Practice. 2008, 21, p. 53-62 10 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
Promoting awareness of nutritional risk factors contributing to chronic disease in indigenous communities: an outreach modelBonnici, R., 2007.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper