My name is Daniel Reeders, and I have been working in health promotion for over a decade. I learned health promotion on the job, through an informal but in-depth apprenticeship, and this left me with a fierce appreciation of working knowledge and reflective practice. My qualifications are a BA and LLB from the University of Melbourne and a Grad Dip in Public Health from Flinders University.
My career has involved research and practice in social marketing and communication strategy around health issues like HIV, cancer screening and sexual and reproductive health. I’m also known for innovative community-based and academic research projects focusing on neglected and emerging areas of practice. I have worked for the Victorian AIDS Council, Cancer Council Victoria, the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health, the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, the Centre for Social Impact, and the National Association of People with HIV Australia.
I’m currently studying in the PhD program at the ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet).
- Visit my LinkedIn profile or connect with me on Twitter
- Understanding Social Engagement in Public Health (my PhD project)
- I’m the director of a small consultancy called DNM
Declaration of interests
I would like to acknowledge the Australian Government Research Training Scheme and the Endeavour Postgraduate Research Fellowships for funding my PhD research.
All posts or tweets about my work are my own personal opinions and may not reflect positions of my research centre, my employers or my clients.
I never comment – positively or critically – on a current employer or client.
In the past I have worked on projects funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA), the Victorian Government Department of Health (DH) and via unrestricted educational grants from Merck (2006), Roche (2008), Dynamix International (2018), Gilead (in 2004, 2006, 2010 and 2020–ongoing), ViiV Healthcare Australia (2016, 2020–ongoing). In 2021, I attended the virtual IAS conference as a guest of the International AIDS Society. In 2022, I attended the International AIDS Conference 2022 with funding from ViiV Healthcare Australia.
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