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GUEST SPEAKER – A/Prof Wendy Lam

When:February 13 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm AEDT

Where: 1 Campbell Street
Liverpool, NSW 2170 Australia

Associate Professor Wendy Lam

Presentation title
“Integration of psychosocial care in routine care – Translating research into clinical practice.”

Dr Wendy Lam joined School of Public Health in September, 2007. She completed her Ph.D. specialized in Psycho-oncology in 2002. She’s the foundation recipient of The Hong Kong Cancer Fund Scholarship in Psycho-oncology for 2001-2002. She is also the recipient of Hiroomi Kawano New Investigator Award, International Psycho-oncology Society (IPOS), for 2007. This award is presented to a new investigator for outstanding research contributions in psycho-oncology within five-years of completing a PhD.

Her research interests areas are two-fold: psycho-oncology and research methodology. She promotes
mixed-methods approaches to increase the overall validity of studies. She has broad experience in
quantitative and various qualitative research methods.

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Details

Date:
February 13

Time:

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Event Category:

Venue

Ingham Institute

1 Campbell Street
Liverpool, NSW 2170 Australia

Website:
https://inghaminstitute.org.au/

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Want to help improve health services delivery and clinical and population health outcomes? This is an exciting opportunity to lead and manage our newly established Clinical Trials Support Unit. Applications close 3 December. APPLY NOW https://t.co/oK3GUUUiK5

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