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Dr Emma Kemp (PhD) is an ECR and Postdoctoral Fellow in Psycho-oncology and Cancer Survivorship at Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer. She obtained her PhD from the University of Adelaide in 2014 and began her career in psycho-oncology coordinating the national multi-site RCT of an online psychotherapeutic intervention designed for people with early stage cancers (Finding My Way). Dr Kemp is an expert in issues pertaining to use and implementation of digital health in cancer care and has a special interest in accessibility and usability of digital health platforms, having consulted with a broad range of stakeholders for scoping and usability studies to inform the development of an online intervention for women living with metatstaic breast cancer (Finding My Way – Advanced), and the Australian Digital Health in Cancer Care Roadmap project. Her research expertise in cancer extends also to the psychosocial and survivorship issues commonly experienced by women with breast cancer, including understanding of the evidence base and evidence gaps for psychotherapeutic and other interventions for breast cancer survivors and women living with metastatic breast cancer, and comorbidities experienced by cancer survivors, particularly cardiovascular comorbidities. She has most recently applied her expertise in stakeholder consultation to investigate consumer and health professional preferences for management of cardiovascular disease in people with common cancers (breast, prostate, and haematolgical cancers), and to investigate barriers to digital health engagament affecting people living with socioeconomic disadvantage. She currently coordinates the feasibility trial of the Finding My Way - Advanced online intervention for women with metastatic breast cancer and the Heart in Breast Cancer implementation trial of a nurse-led model of care to manage cardiovascular disease risks in women with breast cancer. 


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