BSc (Med) MBBS
MIPH with Merit
Kylie is Associate Professor in Primary Care and Academic Lead in General Practice at Griffith University. She is Adjunct Associate Professor at UNSW. She undertakes collaborative teaching and research to improve patient health outcomes through whole person patient-centred care. Kylie is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She was awarded BSc (Medicine) and MBBS degrees from UNSW Sydney, a MIPH (Merit) degree from The University of Sydney, and PhD in Cancer Epidemiology from The University of Sydney.
She has developed, by use of data from a large Australian population-based case-control study, a melanoma risk prediction model based on self-assessed risk factors. This melanoma risk prediction model has been adopted by the Melanoma Institute Australia as an online Melanoma Prediction Tool. She is currently working to improve cancer survivorship through lifestyle improvement strategies and shared care planning.
Kylie is passionate about primary health care and general practice.