Lung Cancer Connect Webinar Series
Lung Foundation Australia’s free webinar series, Lung Cancer Connect, provides patients, carers, family and friends, as well as interested health professionals, with information, advice and support about living with lung cancer. Participants are able to watch the webinar live and ask questions from the comfort of their home.
The webinar series consists of six webinars, which will be hosted by Lung Foundation Australia’s Lung Cancer Support Nurse, Claire Mulvihill.
Claire Mulvihill – Lung Cancer Support Nurse, Lung Foundation Australia
|Claire Mulvihill has over 24 years’ experience as a nurse working within intensive care, oncology and palliative care. Claire joined Lung Foundation Australia in July 2015 bringing experience from a number of hospitals, particularly Flinders Medical Centre where Claire worked as the Lung Cancer Nurse Coordinator and assisted in developing the Rapid Access Lung Cancer Clinic. Claire’s role is to provide support and information as well as advocate for patients and carers living with lung cancer.|
Meet our guest speakers
Professor Suzanne Chambers
|Professor Suzanne Chambers is the Director of the Menzies Health Institute Queensland at Griffith University. She is a registered nurse and psychologist who has worked as a practitioner and researcher in psychological support for people with cancer for over 25 years. Suzanne has published extensively on the psychosocial effects of cancer and effective ways to enhance quality of life and psychological outcomes after diagnosis and treatment. In particular Suzanne has undertaken research on the experiences of lung cancer patients and ways to reduce distress.|
First webinar: Looking at the needs of newly diagnosed lung cancer patients
Tuesday 16 May 2017 from 7pm – 8pm AEST
We want to hear from you
If there is a topic you’d like to hear more about please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Topics that are requested by three or more people will be considered for future webinars.
The Lung Cancer Connect project is a Cancer Australia Supporting people with cancer Grant initiative, funded by the Australian Government.