Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology, Australian Catholic University, 2010; Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology and Counselling), Australian Catholic University, 2009.
Hayley joined Menzies School of Health Research in 2011 as the administration officer for One21seventy and later began working as a research assistant for the Cancer Epidemiology team in 2012. Since joining the Cancer Epidemiology team, her work has focused on the supportive care needs of Indigenous cancer patients and their perceptions of their treatment. Hayley’s main interest areas are preventive health and cancer, more specifically the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and attending regular health checks to prevent or detect cancer early. Hayley is currently studying a certificate IV in Project Management.
- A comparative study of the patterns of care, comorbidities and quality of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people with cancer
- Supportive care needs of Indigenous cancer patients across Australia
- Multicentre bronchiectasis study: identifying the risk factors associated with progression from early disease to bronchiectasis and, through a randomised clinical trial, evaluating the use of maintenance antibiotic treatment (azithromycin) in the prevention of pulmonary exacerbations