“Working in eviQ Education is very rewarding, innovative and inspiring.”
Annie has previously worked in project management in both China and Denmark. Her skills include project monitoring, reporting, and stakeholder relations. She is highly skilled at instructional design, and the development of online education materials. Her role in the Professional Education Team involves the collaborative development of standardised online education resources for health professionals working in cancer services.
“eviQ Education is an empowering team to belong to, everyone respects the skills we each bring – and willingly shares them.”
Catherine has worked at the Cancer Institute NSW for over a decade. A trained journalist with a portfolio of published work and a Fairfax cadetship, Catherine has enjoyed applying her skills across several program areas. She has worked closely with health professionals and internally to support programs with project and event management, evaluation, data analysis and reporting, marketing and communication. Catherine joined eviQ Education in 2017, and has been supporting the team with the development of a coordinated approach to the delivery of their key messaging and communication outputs.
Project Support Officer
“I love that people really care about their work in eviQ Education and that makes it all the more rewarding.”
Prior to joining the team at eviQ, Jackie spent many years working for a privately owned national direct marketing company. During this time Jackie gained experience in strategic business improvement, project management, auditing and training. Jackie has led teams consisting of client service, IT and Dtp staff and more recently led the Procurement team. Through her experience as a photographer, Jackie’s knowledge of the Adobe suite has led her to the Cancer Institute NSW working in the eviQ Education team developing online education materials. Her role in the Professional Education Team involves the collaborative development of standardised online education resources for health professionals working in cancer services.
Lisa McLean has eight years’ experience in oncology, including seven years working in Radiation Therapy across Royal Prince Alfred hospital and Chris O’Brien Lifehouse.
Lisa joined the Cancer Institute NSW in 2016 as a Participant Follow-up Function (PFUF) Officer for the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program, where she lead the creation, review and delivery of a complete training and assessment framework for new PFUF officers that is currently being considered for Commonwealth use.
Her interest in staff education and training led her to the eviQ Education team, where she has combined her clinical experience with her passion for education.
Lisa coordinates and develops content for eviQ Education resources to support optimal patient care in an oncology setting.
“Working with eviQ education team is incredibly rewarding and always satisfying to support clinician in their daily work.”
Sarah has eight years experience as a registered nurse in cancer nursing and clinical education. She has a Bachelor of Science and Masters of Nursing from University of Sydney, and completed her Masters of Nursing (Honours) and a Graduate Certificate in Cancer Nursing. Prior to joining the eviQ education team, Sarah worked as a clinical nurse educator for Haematology at St George Hospital. Her role in the eviQ Education team involves collaborative development of standardised online education resources for health professionals working in cancer services.
Program Lead Education and Resources
“Working at eviQ Education is challenging yet always innovative and forward thinking.”
Sarah has worked at the Cancer Institute NSW since 2013 and is the Program Lead for the eviQ Education program. Sarah has worked as a Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Educator and Nurse Educator. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Nursing and a Masters of Education (Health Professional Education). In addition, she completed a Graduate Certificate in Paediatric Oncology as well as in Clinical Teaching. Sarah worked in the paediatric oncology hospital setting for twelve years before moving to the Cancer Institute NSW, including time at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, and Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK.