Mr Joey Elias

Mr Joey Elias

Casual Academic

Bachelor of Psychology (First Class Honours), The University of Sydney, Australia (2021)

Medicine & Health
School of Population Health

I am currently a PhD candidate investigating the implementation of a novel, nurse-led and distance-delivered program aimed at re-engaging survivors of childhood cancer back into lifelong care. I have completed my honours degree in Psychology at the University of Sydney, where I explored a preclinical microbiome targeted treatment for cognitive challenges induced by chemotherapy. My research interest have since shifted to exploring the psychosocial challenges faced by cancer survivors, with a focus on the factors influencing implementation of new innovations within health systems.

F25 Samuels Building
  • Conference Abstracts | 2023
    Elias J; Weerasuriya R; Martyn M; O'Haire S; Kortnye S; Gaff C; Ayliff N, 2023, 'Using logic models to advance the implementation of complex genomics sequencing within a complex care pathway', in Proceedings of the 6th UK and Ireland implementation science research conference, Implementation Science, Limerick, Ireland, Vol. 19, pp. 21 - 21, presented at The 6th UK and Ireland Implementation Science Research Conference, Limerick, Ireland, 13 July 2023 - 14 July 2023,
    Conference Abstracts | 2023
    McKay S; Mazariego C; Elias J; McLoone J; Signorelli C; Wakefield C; Cohn R; Ayliff N, 2023, 'Using process mapping to capture variability within paediatric cancer survivorship services: understanding factors influencing implementation of the Engage program', in Proceedings of the 2nd Implementation Science Health Conference Australia: Sydney, NSW, Australia, 23-24 March 2023, Implementation Science, Sydney, Australia, Vol. 18, pp. 38 - 38, presented at Implementation Science Health Conference Australia, Sydney, Australia, 23 March 2023 - 24 March 2023,
    Conference Abstracts | 2022
    Elias J; McLoone JK; Signorelli C; Mazariego C; McKay S; Wakefield CE; Cohn RJ; Taylor NJ, 2022, 'Developing an intervention logic model for 'Engage': A novel, multi-disciplinary program for survivors of childhood cancer', in ASIA-PACIFIC JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY, WILEY, Vol. 18, pp. 232 - 232,

Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship (2022-2025), $100,989

NHMRC Medical Research Future Fund Brain Cancer Survivorship Top-Up Scholarship, (2022-2025), $64,920

The University of Sydney Academic Merit Prize, Undergraduate Award (2021), $1,000

The Dean's List of Excellence in Academic Performance, Undergraduate Award (2021)