Cameron A Sinclair
RN, BSc and BN (Hons).
After completing his science degree in 1989, Cameron returned to university in 1992 to study nursing, and graduated with honours. Upon obtaining his nurse registration he worked in an oncology/haematology unit which inspired his honours study. His project, titled 'How nurses interact with significant others when an oncology patient dies', considered interactions that occurred between nurses and the significant others of oncology clients. The aim of the study was to identify supportive strategies oncology nurses employed with significant others at and around the time of a client's death. Cameron currently works in an Infectious Diseases and HIV/AIDS unit in which people suffering neoplastic diseases are a substantial proportion of his client group. Cameron maintains an interest in education by teaching and assessing tertiary students in areas of health and first aid.
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