I have been working in psycho-oncology and cancer survivorship research at Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer since 2013, first as Study Coordinator for the Finding My Way clinical trial, which examined adherence to and efficacy of an online intervention for cancer-related distress, and then as Study Coordinator for the Finding My Way - Advanced studies which focused on how a similar online intervention could be developed for individuals with Advanced Breast Cancer. In my continued role as Research Associate in Psycho-oncology and Survivorship I have been fortunate to be involved in additional studies examining various aspects of cancer survivorship, including supportive care needs of breast cancer survivors and caregivers, remaining at/returning to work for cancer survivors, and the role of eHealth applications in cancer care. In my role as Postdoctoral Fellow I work as part of a team developing and testing the feasibility and usability of the Finding My Way - Advanced online intervention for women living with advanced breast cancer.
PhD (Psychology), The University of Adelaide, 2014
Health Science Honours (Psychology), The University of Adelaide, 2006
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology, English), The University of Adelaide, 2004
Diploma in Languages (Indonesian), The University of Adelaide, 2004
Beat Cancer Travel Grant recipient, 2017
University of Adelaide Doctoral Research Medal, 2014
University of Adelaide Dean’s Commendation, 2014
Australian Postgraduate Award, 2008-2013
University of Adelaide APS Prize, 2006
My responsibilties include contributing to study design, preparing ethics and governance applications, coordinaton of investigator meetings, recruitment of participants, collection and analysis of data, and preparation and submission of manuscripts for publication. As part of the research team I work with I have also had the opportunity to contribute to the supervision of students completing Honours and Advanced Studies.
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