Marie-Claire Cheron-Sauer 2014 World Cancer Congress

Marie-Claire Cheron-Sauer

Marie-Claire has a background in clinical social work, policy and research and has worked in a variety of roles across federal and state governments, universities and the non-profit sector. She is interested in the integration of policy, research and practice to deliver better outcomes for the wellbeing ofpeople experiencing psychosocial stress across the lifespan. In her current role, as Director Support Network for PCFA, she provides senior leadership for PCFA’s support programs. She is committed to working fully with consumer stakeholders to design and deliver strengths based and person centred support programs for people with cancer. She is a 2012 Winston Churchill Fellow and a 2014 graduate of Social Leadership Australia

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