Dr Camille Stengel
BA(Hons) MA PhD
15-17 Tavistock Place
Camille started at LSHTM in 2015. For her PhD in cultural and global Criminology, Camille conducted participatory action research and used the visual method of photovoice with a women-only harm reduction programme for people who inject drugs in Hungary. Camille has previous experience working with drug policy NGOs and drug and health-related research centres.
Camille is currently working on two African-based research projects at LSHTM. In the first project, Camille is acting as a technical advisor for a Global Fund Regional Project on harm reduction for people who inject drugs with seven East African countries. She is providing advice for qualitative research studies in three countries, as well as support for rapid assessment in four countries. In the second project Camille working with their research partner in Senegal, HIV-focused non-governmental organisation ANCS, to conduct qualitative research about how communities of people who inject drugs provide outreach and support for risk and disease reduction.
Camille is interested in research and project supervision on drug use, gender, visual methods, participatory approaches, prison health and qualitative methods.