Mr Philip Castle
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
Philip has more than 25 years experience in the news media, having published national and special interest articles and worked for The Canberra Times in various roles. He spent nine years with the Australian Federal Police as Director of Information. Before that he worked in the Commonwealth Government, including two years at the Australian Embassy in Saigon during the Vietnam conflict. He has worked as a media consultant, published commissioned material and business videos, including a book on preventing drug abuse, and has worked as a Queensland State Cabinet Minister's senior media adviser. In late 2002, he was awarded his Research Masters on trauma as it affects journalists. He has tutored at the Canberra University and the University of Queensland and has been a lecturer at QUT first in Public Relations and, more recently, in Journalism. In 2003 he travelled extensively overseas teaching and leading seminars mostly in North America, the UK and South Africa.
- trauma in journalism
- news writing
- public relations
- on-line delivery.
Journalism and Professional Writing
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- BA (Australian National University)
- BA (University of Canberra)