Patience Castleton

Patience Castleton

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Public Health

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

I am a current PhD candidate in the school of Public Health, focusing on the sexual and reproductive health care needs of men from migrant and refugee backgrounds. I obtained a first-class Honours degree in Health and Medical Science, majoring in Obstetrics and Gynecology from the University of Adelaide in 2021, where I gained valuable skills and knowledge in laboratory techniques. 

My research aims to highlight the importance of culturally sensitive and appropriate sexual and reproductive health care for men from marginalised backgrounds. We aim to lead in the promotion of gender empowerment and educate both health care workers and men on the importance of sexual and reproductive health care. 

I proudly work with the Robinson Research Institute and the Freemasons Centre for Male Health. 

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