Sheilagh Gaddes

My PhD research entitled "No harm done? The experiences of women who inject drugs accessing harm reduction in Indonesia" examines the role of social, political and economic impacts on women who use/inject drugs and the correlation with increase rates of HIV/HCV and incarceration.

Sheilagh Gaddes is a PhD candidate at the Medical School, Australian National University. She is expected to complete her doctorate in May 2021.

Areas of expertise: gender, drug use, social/legal/health harms associated with drug use, harm reduction as a public health

Selected media coverage

Advancing the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women who use drugs, Frontline AIDS, 2020.

School of Medicine
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