Professor Suzanne Chambers AO is a health psychologist and registered nurse who has been working as a practitioner-researcher in psycho-oncology for over 30 years. She was awarded her PhD in 2004 within the School of Psychology at Griffith University and has over 300 peer-reviewed publications and numerous books, book chapters and monographs. Her work has focussed on developing models to predict help seeking and adjustment after cancer: designing remote access psychological interventions for people affected by cancer integrating peer support into controlled design methodologies integrating distress screening into interventions to target high distress cancer patient groups. She was appointed an Officer in the General Division of the Order of Australia (AO) 2018 for distinguished service to medical research, particularly in psycho-oncology and community health through patient care strategies to assist men with prostate cancer.
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