Nipuni Ratnayake Gamage completed her Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology) (Honours) at RMIT University in 2014. During the course of her studies she developed a passion for research.
She currently works as a Research Assistant in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Melbourne/ Royal Women’s Hospital. In this role she assists with the development of a number of pilot studies in the areas of fertility preservation, breast cancer and chemotherapy. Her areas of interest include breast cancer and women’s health and fertility.
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Assessing the usefulness and acceptability of a low health literacy online decision aid about reproductive choices for younger women with breast cancer: the aLLIAnCE pilot study protocol.Read more
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Assessing the usefulness and acceptability of a low health literacy online decision aid about reproductive choices for younger women with breast cancer: the aLLIAnCE pilot study protocol.
Michelle Peate, Sian Karen Smith, Victoria Pye, Alice Hucker, Catharyn Stern, Lesley Stafford, Catherine Oakman, Laura Chin-Lenn, Kerry Shanahan, Nipuni Ratnayake Gamage, Martha Hickey
Journal article | 2017 | Pilot Feasibility Stud
BACKGROUND: Young women diagnosed with breast cancer may be confronted by many difficult decisions, especially around fertility pr..
Obstetrics And Gynaecology Royal Women'S Hospital/Mercy
Bachelor of Applied Science (Psyhology) (Honours)
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology