Dr Kate Cameron

Dr Kate Cameron
  • Biography/ Background

    Kate is a lecturer in the School of Nursing. She coordinates postgraduate cancer nursing courses in the School of Nursing, the core course Knowledge Translation, and supervises higher degree students. 

    Previously Kate has worked in a range of roles related to cancer nursing in the public and not-for-profit sectors, including the Cancer Council SA, the Joanna Briggs Institute and Royal Adelaide Hospital. 

    Kate works part time, Tuesdays, Thursdays and alternate Mondays. 


  • Qualifications

    PhD, University of Adelaide

    MNSc, University of Adelaide

    GradDipNurs, University of South Australia

    Cert IV in Workplace Training and Assessment (TAE40110), Relationships Australia

  • Research Interests

    Areas related to cancer nursing. 

    Literacy levels in relation to higher degree learning and research. 

    Rural and remote health. 

    Postgraduate supervision. 

  • Publications

  • Professional Associations

    Member of Cancer Nurses Society of Australia

    Member of the Clinical Oncological Society of Australia

  • Media Expertise

    CategoriesMedicine & Medical Research
    ExpertiseCancer nursing education and practice.

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Entry last updated: Sunday, 20 Sep 2020