Dr Charrlotte Seib is a senior lecturer and member of the Menzies Health Institute of Queensland at Griffith University. She has a PhD in Public Health and Social Epidemiology, conducted as part of a legislative review commissioned by the Queensland Government. Charrlotte has almost 15 years’ experience in education and research with expertise in women’s health, chronic disease self-management, epidemiology, and health statistics. Charrlotte leads a program of research broadly focusses on understanding the factors that impact on women health and wellbeing across the lifespan. Her most recent work, the ENTWINE (systEmatic screeNing Tool for Women wIth gyNaecological cancer) project, is a Cancer Australia funded initiative that establish sensitivity and specificity of the Distress Screening Tool for Women with Gynaecological Cancer with the view that once confirmed, the tool will be embedded within the clinical setting as part of standard care.
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