PhD candidate in Population Health Sciences
Lisa Raeder is a qualitative researcher whose research interests intersect the disciplinary fields of critical theory, gender studies, and medical humanities. Her PhD project explores experiences and perceptions of contraception among sexual health care practitioners and lay people and examines the role of hormonal contraceptive methods and contraceptive practices in the production of gender and sexuality, and conceptions of health and ‘the self’.
Lisa is currently a visiting PhD at the department of gender studies at Stockholm University. In 2022, Lisa was awarded the Swedish Women’s Educational Association (SWEA) Scholarship for Intercultural Studies and Research.
- MBChB, Social and Ethical Aspects of Medicine, Tutor
- Master of Public Health (online), Intro to Qualitative Research Methods, Tutor
- Master of Public Health (online), Integrating Public Health Practice, Mentor