Megan Varlow is the Director of Cancer Control Policy at Cancer Council Australia where she is responsible for the development of national policy and advocacy for its implementation.
After training as a psychologist, Megan was endorsed in clinical and health psychology and spent ten years working mostly in clinic environments with people living with chronic diseases and serious mental illnesses. Frustrated by the systemic factors that confounded an individual’s experience of chronic illness, Megan then worked in an academic clinical research unit and subsequently moved to NSW Health where she spent almost eight years at Cancer Institute NSW, the NSW government’s cancer control agency.
Megan is passionate about lessening the impact of cancer on all Australians and is especially interested in reducing the inequalities in cancer outcomes experienced by people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, regional and remote, lower socio-economic and migrant communities.
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