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Risk of Persistent or Recurrent Neoplasia in Conservatively Treated Women with Cervical Adenocarcinoma In Situ with Negative Histological Margins
Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 2017; DOI: 10.1111/aogs.13110.
Value of Specialist Pathology Review in a Single Statewide Gynecologic Cancer Service
International Journal of Gynaecological Cancer, 2017; 27(1): 171-176.
Risk of Persistent and Recurrent Cervical Neoplasia Following Incidentally Detected Adenocarcinoma In Situ
American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 2016; DOI: 10.1016/j.ajog.2016.11.1044.
A Novel Surgical Technique for the Large Ovarian Cystic Mass – Combined Mini-Laparotomy and Laparoscopy
European Journal of Gynaecology Oncology, 2016; DOI: 10.12892/ejgo3259.2016.
Discussing Sexuality With Women Considering Risk-Reducing Salpingo-oophorectomy: An International Survey of Current Practice in Gynaecologic Oncology
International Journal of Gynaecological Cancer, 2016 Aug; online.
A Novel Clinical Prediction Model For Prognosis In Newly Diagnosed Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma Using Decision Tree Analysis
Brims F, Meniawy T M, Duffus I, Segal A, Creaney J, Lake R A, et al.
Journal of Thoracic Oncology, 2016 Apr; 11(4): 573-582.
Spontaneous Regression Of CIN2 In Women Aged 18-24 Years: A Retrospective Study Of A State-wide Population In Western Australia
Munro A, Powell R G, Cohen P, Bowen S, Spilsbury K, O'Leary P, Semmens J B, Codde J, Williams V, Steel N and Leung Y.
Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 2016 Mar; 95(3): 291-298.
Outcomes Of Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy Using A 5-mm Versus 10-mm Laparoscope: A Randomized Control Trial
The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, 2016 Jan; 23(1): 101-106.
PD-L1 On Peripheral Blood T Lymphocytes Is Prognostic In Patients With Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) Treated With EGFR Inhibitors
Meniawy T M, Lake R A, McDonnell A, Millward M and Nowak A K.
Lung Cancer, 2016 Jan; 93: 9-16.
Prevalence Of Sexual Dysfunction After Risk-Reducing Salpingo-oophorectomy
Gynaecologic Oncology 2016 Jan; 140(1): 95-100.
Novel BRAF And KRAS Mutations In Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma Arising In Struma Ovarii
A. Tan, C. J. R. Stewart, K. L. Garrett, M. Rye and Cohen P.
Endocrine Pathology, 2015 Dec; 26(4): 296-301.
Frontline Treatment Of Epithelial Ovarian Cancer
Goh J, Mohan G R, Ladwa R, Ananda S, Cohen P and Baron-Hay S.
Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, 2015 Dec; 11(Suppl 6): 1-16.
Morcellation Of Occult Uterine Malignancies: An Australian Single Institution Retrospective Study
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2015 Oct; 55(5): 503-506.
In-vitro Maturation And Cryopreservation Of Oocytes At The Time Of Oophorectomy
Walls M L, Douglas K, Ryan J P, Tan J and Hart R.
Gynaecologic Oncology Reports, 2015 Aug; 13: 79-81.
A Novel Surgical Technique For The Large Ovarian Cystic Mass – Combined Mini-Laparotomy and Laparoscopy
European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology, 2015; Article in press, accepted for publication August 2015.
Ovarian Sex Cord-stromal Tumours In Patients With Probable Or Confirmed Germline DICER1 Mutations
Oost E E, Charles A, Choong C S, Leung Y, Salfinger S, Sonnendecker H, Tan J, Townshend S, Witkowski L, Foulkes W D and Stewart C J.
International Journal of Gynaecology Pathology, 2015 May; 34(3): 266-274.
Conversion Of A Gastric Band Into An Intraperitoneal Port In A Patient With Optimally Debulked Stage 3C Serous Ovarian Carcinoma
Gynaecologic Oncology Reports, 2015 Mar; 12: 75-76.
Utilisation Of Co-Testing After Treatment Of CIN
Munro A, Codde J, Semmens J, Leung Y, Spilsbury K, Williams V, Steel N, Cohen P, et al.
Australian Family Physician, 2015 Jan-Feb; 44(1-2): 64-68.
The Effects Of Pre-operative Menopausal Status And Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) On Sexuality And Quality Of Life After Risk-Reducing Salpingo-oophorectomy
Maturitas, 2015; Ms. No. MAT-D-15-00368R1.
Foamy Gland Changes In Gastric-type Endocervical Neoplasia
Stewart C J R, Frost F, Leake R, Mohan G R and Tan J.
Pathology, 2015; 47: 653-658.
Diffuse Malignant Peritoneal Mesothelioma Presenting With Psammomatous Calcification On A Cervical Smear
Acta Cytologica, 2015; 59(6): 498-504.
Non-Invasive Detection Of Treatment Response And Acquired Resistance In Patients With Metastatic Melanoma
Gray E S, Rizos M, Reid A L, Boyd S C, Pereira M R, Lo J, Tembe V, Freeman J, Lee J H J, Scolyer R A, Siew K, Cooper A, Khattak M A, Meniawy T M, Long G V, Carlino M S, Millward M and Ziman M l.
Oncotarget, 2015; 6(39): 42008-42018.
Comparison Of Fibulin-3 And Mesothelin As Markers In Malignant Mesothelioma
Creaney J, Dick I M, Meniawy T M, Leong S L, Leon J S, Demelker Y, et al.
Thorax, 2014 Oct; 69(10): 895-902.
The Evolving Role Of A Gynaecologic Oncologist In A Tertiary Hospital
Acton J, Leung Y, Tan J and Salfinger S.
The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2014 Feb; 54(1): 26-29.
Comparison Of Ultrasonic Shears And Traditional Suture Ligature For Vaginal Hysterectomy: Randomized Controlled Trial
Fitz-Gerald A L, Tan J, Chan K, Polyakov A, Edwards G N, Tsaltas J and Vollenhoven B.
The Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, 2013; 20(6), 853-857.
The Introduction And The Validation Of A Surgical Encounter Template To Facilitate Surgical Coaching Of Gynaecologists At A Metropolitan Tertiary Obstetrics And Gynaecology Hospital
Leung Y, Salfinger S, Tan J and Frazer A.
The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2013 Oct; 53(5): 477-483.
Existing Models, But Not Neutrophil-To-Lymphocyte Ratio, Are Prognostic In Malignant Mesothelioma
Meniawy T M, Creaney J, Lake R A and Nowak A K.
British Journal of Cancer, 2013 Oct; 109(7): 1813-1820.
Transtubal Spread Of Endometrial Carcinoma: Correlation of Intra-luminal Tumour Cells with Tumour Grade, Peritoneal Fluid Cytology, and Extra-uterine Metastasis
Steward C J, Doherty D A, Havlat M, Koay M H, Leung Y, Naran A, O’Brien D, Ruba S, Salfinger S and Tan J.
Pathology, 2013 Jun; 45(4): 382-387.
Mullerian Carcinosarcoma Arising In The Cecum Associated With Florid Vascular Proliferation/Glomeruloid Microvascular Proliferation
Stewart C J R. Abeysuriya D, Kumarasinghe P, Salfinger S and Tan J.
International Journal of Gynaecological Pathology, 2013; 32(1): 38-43.
Antenatal Magnesium Sulphate For Fetal Neuroprotection Guideline, Cross Health Care Boundaries Maternity Clinical Guideline
ElHadidy A, Osman MW, Lee S and Thornton J.
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, 2012 Jun.
The Women’s Leads The Way With Laparoscopic Surgical Education
The Royal Women’s Hospital Clinical Practice Review, 2012 May.
Validation Of The FIGO 2009 Staging System For Carcinoma Of The Vulva
Tan J, Chetty N, Kondalsamy-Chennakesavan S, Crandon A, Garrett A, Land R, et al.
International Journal of Gynaecological Cancer: Official Journal of the International Gynaecological Cancer Society, 2012; 22(3), 498-502.
The Beauty of Single Incision Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
The Royal Women’s Hospital Clinical Practice Review, 2011 Oct.
Association Between Maternal Serum Cytokine Profiles At 710 Weeks' Gestation And Birth Weight In Small For Gestational Age Infants
Georgiou H M, Thio Y S, Russell C, Permezel M, Heng Y J, Lee S and Tong S.
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2011 May; 204(5): 415.e1-415.e12.
The Role Of Ultrasound In The Diagnosis And Management Of The Growth Restricted Fetus
Lee S and Walker S P.
Australasian Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, 2010 Aug; 13(3): 3136.
Use Of Gyrus PK Technology In Laparoscopic Hysterectomies
Korean Journal of Gynaecologic Endoscopy and Minimally Invasive Surgery, 2009; 21(2): 26-27.
Evolution Of The Complications Of Laparoscopic Hysterectomy After A Decade: A Follow Up Of The Monash Experience
Tan J, et al.
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2009; 49: 198-201.
Cervical Dilatation Catheter
Patent Publication, 2009: 782601 US, Europe and Asia.
The Prognostic Role Of Histopathological Tumour Response To Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy In High Grade Serous Ovarian Carcinoma
Behavioural Intervention In Endometrial Cancer Patients
Dr Sarah Hardcastle and Dr Paul Cohen.
Recollections Of Pre-Operative Discussions Regarding Sexual Function Of Women Who Have Undergone Risk-Reducing Salpingo-Oophorectomy
Non-Invasive Detection Of Early Stage Ovarian Cancer (NEO) Study
Dr Lisa Hui, Dr Paul Cohen, Professor Stephen Tong, Dr. Natalie Hannan, Dr Claire Whitehead and Dr Mark Pertile.
Does The Histological ‘Chemotherapy Effect’ In Ovarian Cancer Patients Treated With Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy Predict Progression-Free And Overall Survival?
Dr. Edwina Coghlan, Dr Adeline Tan and Dr Paul Cohen.
The Somatic 402C>G FOXL2 Mutation In Ovarian Granulosa Cell Tumours: Does Homozygosity Confer A Greater Risk Of Recurrent Disease?
Dr Kerryn Garrett, Dr Marie Rye, Professor Colin Stewart and Dr Paul Cohen.
Immunological Biomarkers In Patients With Advanced Ovarian Cancer Treated With Systemic Chemotherapy
Dr Tarek Meniawy, Dr Colin Stewart, Dr Yee Leung, Dr Anna Nowak and Dr Melanie McCoy.
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy To Treat Fear Of Recurrence In Ovarian Cancer Survivors (FROCS): A Pilot Study
Dr Paul Cohen, Dr Toni Musiello, Associate Professor Kellie Bennett, Dr Suzie Brans and Dr Anna Petterson.
Sexual Healing: A Randomised, Controlled Trial On The Effect Of Pre-Operative Sexual Counselling On Sexuality And Quality Of Life After Risk-Reducing Salpingo-Oophorectomy
A Phase II Randomised Clinical Trial Of Mirena +/- Metformin +/- Weight Loss Intervention In Patients With Early Stage Cancer Of The Endometrium
A Phase III Randomised Clinical Trial Comparing Laparoscopic Or Robotic Radical Hysterectomy Versus Abdominal Radical Hysterectomy In Patients With Early Stage Cervical Cancer
Physiological And Disease Specific Characteristics Of Ovarian Cancer Survivors Christelle Schofield, Dr Stuart Salfinger, Dr Jason Tan and Dr G Raj Mohan.
Sexuality And Quality Of Life In Breast Cancer Survivors: A Cross-Sectional Study Dr Paige Tucker and Olivia Jarrett
Risk Of A Subsequent Primary Ovarian Cancer In Breast Cancer Patients: A Population-Based Cohort Study In Western Australia
A Qualitative Study Exploring Perceptions Of Health And Factors Influencing Physical Activity And Healthy Eating Among Endometrial Cancer Survivors
Screening for Sexual Health Concerns In Gynaecological Cancer Survivors
Dr Jason Tan, raised and educated in Perth, received his medical degree from the University of Western Australia in 1998. Thereafter, he completed six years of specialist training in obstetrics and gynaecology and was a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2007. He undertook further training and completed his fellowship in advanced gynaecological endoscopy at Monash Medical Centre, Melbourne, in 2008.
Dr Tan trained further for three years to subspecialise in gynaecological oncology at Mercy Hospital for Women, Melbourne; Queensland Centre for Gynaecological Cancers, Brisbane; and Ariake Cancer Research Centre, Tokyo, Japan; and completed the gynaecological oncology subspecialty training in 2010. In addition to that, he completed his fellowship in upper gastrointestinal surgery and bariatric surgery, at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in 2011.
Dr Tan’s special interest is surgical management of cancer, particularly in radical debulking surgery, and he specialises in laparoscopic management of gynaecological cancer. He sees patients with cancers of the ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, uterus, vulva and vagina. Besides that, he also sees patients with benign gynaecological conditions requiring complex surgery, such as severe endometriosis, fibroids and complex pelvic masses as well as investigation and management of 子宫颈抹片检查异常.
Dr Tan pioneered the robotic surgery for gynaecology and gynaecological oncology in Western Australia with the da Vinci System, further enhancing the legacy of minimally invasive surgery pioneered in Perth by the late Dr Tony McCartney. Robot assisted approach is advantageous in highly complicated procedures due to the better vision and dexterity, offered by the robotic instrumentation.
Dr Tan founded the WOMEN Centre, a leading multidisciplinary private centre for women’s health in Western Australia, in 2014. The specialists at WOMEN Centre provide a truly collaborative approach to patient care in order to ensure the best outcome possible and patients regaining their quality of life after treatment.
Besides his practice at WOMEN Centre, Dr Tan devotes his time to the public health service as consultant gynaecological oncologist at King Edward Memorial Hospital, which includes the teaching and training of medical trainees and junior doctors. He is also the current lead clinician for gynaecology and gynaecological oncology for the Western Australia Cancer and Palliative Care Network and a clinical senior lecturer at University of Notre Dame and University of Western Australia as well as preceptor at various surgical skills development workshops.
|2011||Fellowship in Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery and Bariatric Surgery – Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital|
|2010||Gynaecological Oncology Subspecialty, the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (CGO)|
|2008||Fellowship in Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopy – Monash Medical Centre|
|2007||Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRANZCOG)|
|2005||Member of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRANZCOG)|
|1998||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – University of Western Australia (MBBS)|
Dr Tarek Meniawy manages all aspects of general medical oncology and also subspecialises in gynaecological malignancies, and melanoma. Besides his clinic at WOMEN Centre, Dr Meniawy devotes his time to Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, King Edward Memorial Hospital and University of Western Australia as a clinical senior lecturer.
Dr Meniawy received his medical degree from Cairo University, Egypt; in 2000 and undertook postgraduate physician training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane. He had further training in medical oncology at Royal Perth Hospital and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, and was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2011. He is a member of the Western Australia Gynaecological Cancer Service and the Western Australia Melanoma Advisory Service.
Dr Meniawy has a keen interest in research and is actively involved in clinical trials including early studies of novel therapies, and large international studies in gynaecological cancer and melanoma. He has a particular interest in tumour immunology and immunotherapy, which have resulted in major breakthroughs in cancer therapies in recent years.
In 2016, Dr Meniawy was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy by the University of Western Australia for his studies on the effects of targeted anti-cancer therapies on the immune system. He is also an active member of the Australia and New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group, a not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to gynaecological cancer research.
|2016||Doctor of Philosophy – University of Western Australia (PhD)|
|2011||Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (Medical Oncology)|
|2000||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – Cairo University (MBBS)|
Dr Paul Cohen is a gynaecologist with special interests in gynaecological oncology and the management of menopausal symptoms in women who have undergone treatment for cancer (including breast, colorectal, haematological and gynaecological cancers).
Dr Cohen completed his medical degree at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, and subsequently undertook specialist training in obstetrics and gynaecology in Auckland, New Zealand. He was granted Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2010 and undertook full time research in the molecular biology of ovarian stromal tumours, for which he was awarded a Doctorate in Medicine by the University of Auckland in 2011. Thereafter, he undertook an additional three years of fellowship in gynaecologic oncology in Brisbane, Newcastle and Sydney, and relocated to Perth in 2013.
Dr Cohen currently works as a gynaecologist and a clinical senior lecturer at King Edward Memorial Hospital, and contributes his expertise to the Western Australia Gynaecological Cancer Service and the Menopausal Symptoms After Cancer Clinic, where he has been actively involved in research and teaching.
Dr Cohen is also the director of gynaecological cancer research at St John of God Subiaco Hospital, where he oversees a number of research projects and supervises undergraduate, Master and PhD students. He is an adjunct professor at the Institute for Health Research, University of Notre Dame, Fremantle.
More information here for gynaecological cancer research at St John of God Subiaco Hospital.
|2011||Doctorate of Medicine – University of Auckland (MD)|
|2010||Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRANZCOG)|
|2002||Diploma Obstetrics and Medical Gynaecology – University of Auckland (Dip Obs)|
|2001||Master of Arts in Physiological Sciences – University of Oxford (MA Oxon)|
|2000||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – University of Oxford (BMBCh)|
|1997||Bachelor of Arts in Physiological Sciences – University of Oxford (BA)|
Dr Stephen Lee manages all aspects of general obstetrics and gynaecology, with special interests in advanced laparoscopic surgery, complex gynaecological problems and fertility.
Before relocating to Perth, Dr Lee completed a two-year laparoscopic gynaecology fellowship under the mentorship of Dr Catarina Ang, Head of Gynaecology 1 Unit at Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne, an accredited training site of the Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy and Surgery Society (AGES). During the fellowship, Dr Lee was able to perfect a wide range of minimally invasive gynaecology skills and was invited to speak at AGES and AAGL (American Association of Gynaecologic Laparoscopists) conferences to present his research.
Prior to his fellowship, Dr Lee completed basic obstetrics and gynaecology training at Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne. Subsequently, Dr Lee was a research fellow under the guidance of Associate Professor Sue Walker and Associate Professor Stephen Tong, at The Mercy Hospital for Women and University of Melbourne, investigating intrauterine growth restriction. Thereafter, he travelled to England to work as a clinical fellow in urogynaecology at Nottingham University Hospital under the supervision of Consultant Urogynaecologist Dr Paul Hooper.
Dr Lee devotes his time to the public health service as a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at King Edward Memorial Hospital. He is keen on improving the education and training of general practitioners, with an interest in women’s health, and budding obstetricians and gynaecologists.
Dr Lee earned his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Melbourne, and he is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. In his spare time, he likes to cycle, play tennis and practise Chinese martial art.
|2013||Master of Business Administration, Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne|
|2012||Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRANZCOG)|
|2010||Member of Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRANZCOG)|
|2007||Postgraduate Diploma in Management, Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne|
|2002||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – University of Melbourne (MBBS)|
Dr Fred Busch manages all aspects of general obstetrics, including high-risk obstetrics, and gynaecology.
Dr Busch’s special interests in gynaecology include advanced laparoscopic surgery (including hysterectomy and endometriosis), hysteroscopic surgery, pelvic floor repair and incontinence surgery, menorrhagia management, and colposcopy.
Dr Busch received his medical degree from the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa. He trained in the United Kingdom for paediatrics, ear nose and throat surgery, and obstetrics and gynaecology before relocating to Australia. He undertook the integrated obstetrics and gynaecology training program at King Edward Memorial Hospital and was granted Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2007.
|2001||Australian Medical Council Equivalency Examinations|
|2000||Diploma of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (DRANZCOG)|
|1993||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – University of Stellenbosch (MBChB)|
Dr Su Hamid manages all aspects of general obstetrics up to 20 weeks of pregnancy and general gynaecology.
Dr Hamid’s special interests in gynaecology include colposcopy and management of abnormal Pap smear, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), fibroids, pelvic pain, incontinence (including urodynamics) and pelvic organ prolapse, menstrual problems, painful intercourse, post coital bleeding, post-menopausal bleeding, vulval conditions, gynaecological cancer assessment and diagnosis, family planning, infertility assessment, and menopause management.
Dr Hamid graduated with a first class honours in Bachelor of Medical Sciences in 1990 and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 1992, from the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom. She has been working in obstetrics and gynaecology since 1993 and was granted membership to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (United Kingdom) in 1998. She completed her Specialist Certificate of Training in Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in 2004 and obtained fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2008. After her move to Australia in 2003, she has worked in Perth, Melbourne and Geraldton. She is multilingual and can consult in Malay and English fluently.
Dr Hamid was born in Malaysia and moved to the United Kingdom where she studied and worked for 20 years before moving to Australia with her family; drawn by the quality of life and abundance of sunshine here. In her spare time, she enjoys working out in the gym and cycling.
|2004||Specialist Certificate of Training, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist|
|1998||Member of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG)|
|1992||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – University of Nottingham (BM BS)|
|1990||Bachelor of Medical Sciences – University of Nottingham (B Med Sci)|
Dr Jeremy Tan completed his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at the University of Western Australia in 1999. He went on to undertake specialist training is general surgery and was awarded Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2007. He further subspecialises in upper gastrointestinal surgery and bariatric surgery after completing his fellowship for both at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in 2007.
Dr Tan attends obstetric and gynaecological operations where there may be concurrent surgical problems such as hernias or diseases that involve the bowel. He also contributes his expertise in gynaecological cancer surgery where the tumour deposits are in anatomical locations that require the expertise of a surgeon with extensive upper gastrointestinal surgical experience for a complete resection of tumour.
A joint approach gynaecological cancer surgery with Dr Tan facilitates the highest chance of optimal debulking with lower morbidity when the cancer require extensive surgical debulking in the upper abdomen. Dr Tan is also available for outpatient service such as vasectomy procedure at WOMEN Centre.
|2007||Fellowship in Upper Gastrointestinal Surgery and Bariatric Surgery – Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital|
|2007||Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS)|
|1999||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – University of Western Australia (MBBS)|
Dr Tim Pavy, after graduating from the University of Adelaide, trained extensively in anaesthesia and intensive care in South Africa, Zimbabwe, England and Canada. He settled in Perth, in 1987, and is one of the key medical practitioners at King Edward Memorial Hospital, where he founded Australia’s first public Pelvic Pain Clinic in 2008.
Dr Pavy became a fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2000. His particular interests, on which he has published extensively and lectured at national, and international level, include anaesthesia and pain relief for pregnant women, and persistent pelvic pain.
|1988||Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (FANZCA)|
|1986||Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (FRCA)|
|1982||Diploma in Midwifery (Obstetrics) (Dip.Mid.COG)|
|1980||Diploma in Anaesthesia (DA)|
|1976||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – University of Adelaide (MBBS)|
Dr Golledge has more than 25 years of consultant experience as a physician in infection management and a clinical microbiologist. He trained initially in medicine at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Royal Perth Hospital. He subsequently completed his microbiology training at Royal Perth Hospital, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Fremantle Hospital.
Dr Golledge did advanced training in infectious diseases at the City Hospital and Western General Hospital in Edinburgh and since 1991 has been a consultant at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and also consults at St John Of God Subiaco Hospital, Hollywood Hospital and Bethesda Hospital.
Dr Golledge was instrumental in setting up the inaugural Infectious Diseases Service at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and was also responsible for the Western Australia’s first Hospital In The Home Service through Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.
|2011||Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS)|
|2001||Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP)|
|2000||Fellow of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine (FRSTM)|
|1995||Fellow of the Australian College of Tropical Medicine (FACTM)|
|1991||Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (FRCPA)|
|1990||Diploma of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (DTM&H)|
|1980||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – University of Queensland (MBBS)|
|1977||Bachelor of Medical Science (BSc Med)|
Dr Lesley Ramage has more than 25 years of experience in women’s health as a general practitioner. She obtained her medical degree from Leeds University in the United Kingdom and completed her postgraduate general practitioner training in 1986.
Dr Ramage has worked in general practice since moving to Australia with her family in 1993. Since 2007, she has also held an appointment at King Edward Memorial Hospital where she consults in menopause and menopause symptoms after cancer clinics. She is actively involved in the teaching and training of medical undergraduates and doctors.
Dr Ramage holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Women’s and has been an invited speaker at a number of educational events. She regularly attends local, national and international scientific meetings to keep up to date with new developments in the field of women’s health.
Dr Ramage’s special interests include family planning and the management of menopause (both natural and following a diagnosis of cancer). She performs Pap smears and sexual health screening and provides osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease risk assessments.
|2006||Postgraduate Diploma in Women’s Health (PGDip Women’s Health)|
|1986||Family Planning Certificate|
|1986||Royal College of General Practice United Kingdom (RCGP)|
|1983||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery – Leeds University (MBChB)|
Dr Paige Tucker completed a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science and Applied Statistics at Murdoch University in 2005 before completing a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery with Honours at The University of Western Australia in 2011. She has a strong interest in gynaecological oncology research and is currently undertaking a Doctor of Philosophy at Notre Dame University.
Dr Tucker has worked for three years as a surgical resident medical officer at Fremantle Hospital and St John of God Subiaco Hospital. She works at WOMEN Centre as a clinical and surgical assistant to Dr Jason Tan.
Paula has more than 17 years of experience in clinical psychology and assists patients who face psychological issues during diagnosis, treatment and recovery. With her specialist knowledge in psycho-oncology, Paula’s contribution to the multidisciplinary treatment approach at WOMEN Centre facilitates the best possible outcome for patients who may face unexpected psychological distress and challenges.
Paula had extensive training in a broad range of psychotherapy and provides psychotherapy for adults experiencing personal and interpersonal problems. She has developed a specialized knowledge and experience with patients diagnosed with cancer and receiving treatment for cancer. She would find an approach that suits the individual and their issue in a collaborative and respectful manner.
Paula has worked in both the private and public health services and was previously a senior clinical psychologist at the Breast Cancer Clinical Psychology Service at Royal Perth Hospital. She also contributed her expertise and time at the Community Mental Health Clinics and Child, and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
Paula received her bachelor’s degree from Murdoch University in 1979, Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology from Curtin University in 1994 and Master of Psychology (Clinical) from University of Western Australia in 1998. She is a member of the Psychology Board of Australia and Australian Psychological Society.
Helena works with patients on their sexual concerns and needs through individually focused assessment and provides practical and informational support to feelings of intimacy and sexual confidence for women and their partners.
Helena’s goal of sexual and intimacy based counselling is for patients to feel empowered by discovering new or different possibilities, and ways of reducing the impact of cancer-related illness and treatment on sexual self-esteem. Patients will experience increased self-confidence and improved body image, and realistic hopefulness in their relationships with self and others.
Helena has extensive experience in the area of women’s cancer care with an established career as a specialist cancer and breast nurse with special interest in issues related to sexual functioning and intimacy for women and men, who have undergone treatment for cancer. She was the inaugural rural specialist breast nurse in the South West with the Cancer Council Western Australia prior to her role of cancer nurse coordinator with the Western Australia Cancer and Palliative Care Network. She has also worked for many years with the Menopausal Symptoms after Cancer Clinic at King Edward Memorial Hospital and the organization, Sexuality, Education, Consultancy and Counselling Agency (SECCA).
Helena’s special interest and expertise also include supporting women to manage pelvic pain related to sexual intimacy, with issues including pain on sexual intercourse, vaginismus and vulvodynia. She works collaboratively with other health professionals in this area to assist patients.
Helena received her Diploma of General Nursing from Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in 1983, Bachelor of Applied Science (Nursing) from Edith Cowan University in 1997, Specialist Breast Nurse Certificate from Edith Cowan University in 2002, Post Graduate Diploma (Sexology) from Curtin University in 2009 and Post Graduate Diploma (Counselling) from Notre Dame University in 2013.
Sarah provides genetic counselling to help patients to understand and adapt to the medical, psychological and familial implications of genetic contributions to disease. Sarah works in conjunction with a clinical geneticist to provide patients with optimal care.
Sarah’s main professional interest is in clinical genetics, particularly familial cancer. She also has experience in prenatal, paediatric and adult genetics. She currently works in the public healthcare sector as a genetic counsellor at Genetic Services of Western Australia (based at King Edward Memorial Hospital), and holds weekly clinics at WOMEN Centre.
After completing a Bachelor of Science with Honours at the University of Western Australia in 2003, Sarah worked in genetic research in Perth, and later in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. Since completing postgraduate genetic counselling studies at the University of Newcastle, New South Wales, in 2005, she has worked as genetic counsellor in Perth and Sydney, and gained invaluable experience through volunteer work at the University of Colorado’s Hereditary Cancer Clinic while living in the United States.
In Western Australia, genetic counselling has not been available through the private healthcare sector prior to the establishment of the clinic at WOMEN Centre. Sarah is very pleased to be able to work in both the public and private settings, providing genetic counselling to a diverse group of Western Australians.
Kealy runs the pre and post-operative education classes and provides physiotherapy consultation. She has developed a special interest in women’s health as it encompasses aspects of both her nursing and physiotherapy backgrounds, providing her with a unique skill set and approach to educating and treating clients.
Prior to completing her physiotherapy studies, Kealy was a registered nurse at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital after graduating with a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) in 2006.
Kealy is currently undertaking a Master of Physiotherapy (Clinical) specialising in continence and women’s health. She currently holds a Master of Science (Physiotherapy).
Christelle has more than 15 years clinical experience in exercise physiology. She grew up, studied and worked in South Africa before moving to Australia with her family in 2012.
Christelle has a passion for educating people about the importance of exercise for improved physical and mental health, and wellbeing. She provides private consultations to women who need guidance and motivation to incorporate the most appropriate exercise into their lives.
Christelle aims to educate women on the importance of regular, appropriate exercise to help prevent or manage chronic diseases such as cancer, osteoporosis, hypertension and musculoskeletal injuries. She also uses her training an experience as Pilates teacher to advise on correct posture and breathing, and to provide exercises for muscle weakness, limited mobility and chronic pain.
Christelle has a strong interest in gynaecological oncology and is currently undertaking a master’s degree in exercise and science at the Edith Cowan University. She received her Bachelor of Arts (Human Movement Science) from the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, South Africa in 1992.
Melanie supports the doctors by providing hands-on clinical care and is responsible for clinical based procedures and activities. She also administers research and audits to enable improvement of service and delivery of patient care.
Melanie is a qualified clinical midwife and a clinical research nurse for the Western Australia Gynaecological Cancer Service.
Jackie supports the doctors by providing hands-on clinical care and is responsible for clinical based procedures and activities. She has extensive experience in gynaecologic oncology and general surgical nursing.
Jackie is also currently a clinical nurse and ward nurse at St John of God Subiaco Hospital.
Maria supports the doctors by providing hands-on clinical care and is responsible for clinical based procedures and activities. She also assists with outpatient service’s procedures that are performed under local anaesthesia. Additionally, Maria manages the nurse team while developing and maintaining safety protocols to ensure best practice and consistent patient outcomes.
Maria brings with her a wealth of experience as a perioperative nurse in well-established hospitals in the Perth Metropolitan area and has worked in King Edward Memorial Hospital for more than 13 years, of which, more than 11 years as an invaluable member of the operating theatre. She has held the position of clinical nurse in theatre at King Edward Memorial Hospital for the last seven years and was also the clinical nurse specialist there with responsibility for clinical management of a department, leading the nurse team and promoting clinical standards, and quality of care.
She is currently enrolled in Diploma of Management, Certificate in Nursing Education with the Notre Dame University and a holder of Diploma of Health (Perioperative Nursing), Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, and Hospital Life Support Assessor Course.
Barbara 在医疗中心的接待和管理实践上拥有超过5年的经验。她也在 King Edward Memorial Hospital的妇科肿瘤和阴道镜检查部门工作拥有超过7年的经验。当她在 the New Zealand Army 受训成为一名军医的时候，对医疗服务产生了浓厚的兴趣。
Barbara 将她的业余时间投入到园艺、散步、游泳、拜访在Perth Hills的当地酿酒厂、划船、花时间和家人朋友相处。
Tammy 负责WOMEN 中心的综合和职能管理工作， 并负责中心的日常综合运营顺畅的运作 。
Tammy 对 WOMEN 中心 的成立起到了重要的作用，并且在行政管理方面持续扮演着关键的角色。Tammy喜欢在业余时间打垒球、阅读、和吹奏风笛。
在 WOMEN中心， Jun 负责维护信息系统、 软件和硬件以确保日常运营的顺畅进行。
Jun 是中心的一名元老并且拥有超过15年的软件工程师经验，负责编程、 数据库和网络管理。他也开发了计算机和移动设备的医疗应用软件。业余时间，他喜欢打鼓、弹吉他、台球和电脑游戏。
Huey Lih 负责企业战略、规划和执行，也负责管理企业信息交流、公共关系和品牌。
在高级管理、企业事务、市场营销和广告方面，Huey Lih 从银行、媒体和医药行业累积了超过15年的经验。就职 WOMEN中心之前， 她是马来西亚 Merck Sharp and Dohme (MSD)的企业事务主管。
Huey Lih 持有Curtin University in Perth的商业学士学位，双修管理学和市场营销学。 业余时间，她喜欢潜水、高山滑雪、骑马和打网球。
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|3.||What I wish I’d known before surgery: BRCA carriers’ perspectives after bilateral salipingo-oophorectomy Danielle Campfield Bonadies, Anne Moyer, Ellen T. Matloff|
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