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CNSA appoints new President

Cancer Nurses Society of Australia is delighted to announce the appointment of their new President Associate Professor Kim Alexander, who has formally taken on the position of CNSA President, replacing Lucy Gent who has led the society for the past three years.

Associate Professor Kim Alexander is a cross-disciplinary cancer researcher with experience in nursing, epidemiology, genetics, and patient outcomes. She has a passion for enabling personalised health care for patients.

Kim has been on the Board of Directors for the past three years, overseeing the Research and External Relations portfolios. Prior to her appointment as a Director, she was the Chair of the Research Standing Committee. She is also the Subject Area Coordinator for Cancer Nursing within the School of Nursing, QUT and teaches the coursework component of the postgraduate and undergraduate cancer curriculum, and supervises Masters and Doctoral students in the field.

Her qualifications include: PhD in Epidemiology, Master of Education (Higher Education), Grad Cert in Academic Practice, Bachelor of Nursing, and Bachelor of Health Science (Public Health). Kim is dedicated to facilitating engagement in evidence-based practice, quality improvement and research to bring about more opportunities for cancer nurses and patients to achieve the best possible outcomes.

CNSA Welcomes Kim to the role and thanks Lucy Gent, former President, for her tireless work over the past 3 years

Taken from CNSA.

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