Jo is an experienced nurse in the area of oncology/haematology with some experience in palliative care. Jo has predominately worked in an outpatient setting at a large tertiary hospital in Queensland. Jo has recently completed a Graduate Certificate in Cancer Care through QUT. Over the past four years Jo has worked on a large NHMRC funded PICC trial, an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island project looking at the support for carers in the cancer care setting, and a QYCS research project into clinical trials uptake and availability for the AYA cohort. Jo is currently a Research Nurse for the Cancer Survivorship program within the QUT Cancer and Palliative Care Outcomes Centre. She is also practicing clinically in the outpatients setting. Jo’s interests lie in contributing to improved outcomes in survivorship for cancer patients as well as their families and carers.
- Implementing a nurse-coordinated, integrated, shared-care model involving specialists and general practitioners in breast cancer post-treatment follow-up: a Phase 2 randomised control trial (The EMINENT Trial)
- Partnering with general practitioners to optimise survivorship for patients with lymphoma: A Phase 2 randomised controlled trial (The GOSPEL 1 Trial)
- Telehealth Cancer Related Fatigue (T-CRF)