PC4 Previous Training Award Winners

Makala Castelli

Makala will undertake a consumer-led systematic review to identify success factors for self-managed models of survivorship care

Larry Myers

Based at Cancer Council Queensland, Larry will undertake a project to understand the mechanisms underlying the socioeconomic disparities in cancer screening.

Anna Singleton

Based at the University of Sydney, Anna will investigate the perceptions of barriers and enablers to implementing an automated eHealth intervention to support breast cancer survivors’ healthy lifestyle.

Jessica Cerni

Based at the University of Wollongong, the award will help Jessica develop her biostatistics skills in order to examine the effects geographic variation has on the patterns of end-of-life care in cancer patients in NSW.

Carolyn Ee

Carolyn is an academic GP based at the University of Western Sydney. Her award will develop her qualitative research skills while investigating acupuncture, yoga and mindfulness meditation for weight management after breast cancer.

Kaaren Watts

Kaaren is based at Curtin University in Western Australia. Karen and her team will undertake a systematic review to determine the current and future role of telehealth in rural and remote communities in the early detection of cancer and cancer screening.

Barbara De Graff & Jessica Roydhouse

Based at the University of Tasmania, Barbara and Jessica will undertake a systematic review to explore screening for liver cancer in primary care.

Carla Thamm

Based at the Queensland University of Technology, Carla will attend the conference GP19 and survey GPs to establish the minimal standards of General Practitioner’s care for addressing financial toxicity in cancer patients (FinTox-GP).

Emma Kemp

Based at the Flinders University, Emma and her team will be undertaking a systematic review of breast cancer interventions, specifically using the quality of cancer survivorship care framework to increase our understanding of the evidence base supporting quality survivorship care in breast cancer and inform clinical practice, research and policy.
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