CAITLIN LEARMONTH

Thesis Title
How do sexual health organisations in Australia recognise and accommodate for people in non-monogamous relationships?

Research Description
Caitlin’s research will look into the data practices of sexual health organisations in Australia to seek to understand how they collect, categorise, use, and safeguard data pertaining to relationship type and how this informs clinical service provision for non-monogamous people. This project aligns with the existing ‘data capabilities’ projects being undertaken within the Swinburne node. It also explores the everyday data cultures (Burgess et al 2022) of non-monogamous people in relation to sexual health data, health information-seeking and sexual health care.

Supervisors
Prof Kath Albury, Swinburne University
Prof Anthony McCosker, Swinburne University

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