Priscilla Chan

Ms Priscilla Chan

Research Assistant
Medicine & Health
School of Population Health


Priscilla Chan is a research assistant working within the implementation science hub. She provides administrative and research support for the P-OMICs-flow and Hide and Seek projects which are both led by A/Prof Natalie Taylor. Priscilla also provides administrative support for the PHCM9791 Implementation Science course and PHCM1002 Introduction to Public Health course.

She has previous experience as a clinical dietitian, an upper gastrointestinal surgery data manager and a health promotion project officer.


+61 2 9348 1227

  • Journal articles | 2022

    Steinberg, J., Chan, P., Hogden, E., Tiernan, G., Morrow, A., Kang, Y.J., He, E., Venchiarutti, R., Titterton, L., Sankey, L., Pearn, A., Nichols, C., McKay, S., Hayward, A., Egoroff, N., Engel, A., Gibbs, P., Goodwin, A., Harris, M., Kench, J.G., Pachter, N., Parkinson, B., Pockney, P., Ragunathan, A., Smyth, C., Solomon, M., Steffen, D., Toh, J.W.T., Wallace, M., Canfell, K., Gill, A., Macrae, F., Tucker, K., Taylor, N. Lynch syndrome testing of colorectal cancer patients in a high-income country with universal healthcare: a retrospective study of current practice and gaps in seven Australian hospitals. Hered Cancer Clin Pract 20, 18 (2022).

    Morrow, M., Chan P., Tiernan G., Steinberg, J., Debono, D., Wolfenden, L., Tucker, K.M., Hogden, E., Taylor, N. Building capacity from within: qualitative evaluation of a training program aimed at upskilling healthcare workers in delivering an evidence-based implementation approach, Translational Behavioral Medicine, 12:1, ibab094 (2022).

    Journal articles | 2021

    Morrow, A., Chan, P., Tucker, K., Taylor, N. The design, implementation and effectiveness of intervention strategies aimed at improving genetic referral practices – a systematic review of the literature. Genetics in Medicine, 23:11 (2021).

    Edge, R., Meyers, J., Tiernan, G., Li, Z., Schiavuzzi, A., Chan, P., Vassallo, A., Morrow, A., Mazariego, C., Wakefield, C.E., Canfell, K., Taylor, N. Cancer care disruptions and reorganisation during the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia: A patient, carer and healthcare worker perspective. PLOS One, 16(9): e0257420 (2021).