Annie Stenlake is a registered nurse who holds an emergency-nursing certificate and a bachelor's degree in health-service management (information). She is an associate fellow of the Australian College of Health Service Executives. Annie has worked in various capacities in the health sector, including five years as an emergency-care nurse at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (Sydney, Australia); ten years in the private sector in clinical nursing and quality management and two years as standards development project officer with the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards. For most of the past ten years Annie has held her current position as the data manager/clinical trial coordinator for the Department of Gynaecological Oncology at Westmead Hospital in Sydney. During that time, she spent two years as project officer with the NSW Cervical Screening Program working on developing strategies to improve screening in the general practice setting. Since joining the Gynaecological Oncology Unit at Westmead, Annie has been responsible for coordinating the development and review of the clinical practice guidelines for the Gynaecological Oncology Study Group. She currently sits on the Research Advisory Committee for the Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group.
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