Helen Borger is a project officer with the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research. She has worked for the Institute since August 2016:
- assisting the development and implementation of an e-Health system for cancer patients, and
- conducting semi-structured interviews with men with prostate cancer to understand why they decided to undergo either robotic surgery or radiation therapy.
She successfully completed a Graduate Diploma in Psychology through Monash University in April 2016 and is undertaking a Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) in Psychology part-time through the University of New England in 2017 -2018.
Editing and writing are also passions. She has crafted content for the following:
- National Safety magazine and the Industry News section
of its companion e-bulletin for Edge on behalf of the NSCA Foundation
- Accord magazine for Spinal Cord Injuries Australia
- Law Society Journal (New South Wales)
- Professional Network magazine for Edge on behalf of the
Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists & Managers Australia
(now known as Professionals Australia)
- ProActive ReSolutions
- National Prescribing Service (now known as NPS MedicineWise)
- The Mental Health Services Conference
- Australian Business Limited (now known as Australian Business Consulting and Solutions) websites: workplaceohs.com.au and workplaceinfo.com.au
- CCH Australia
- other organisations
She also judged the National Safety Awards of Excellence in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012, and in 2013 contributed to improving the awards so they better reflected the work health and safety industry.
Her qualifications include:
- Graduate Diploma in Psychology
- Graduate Diploma in Journalism
- Graduate Diploma in Commerce
- Cert IV in Workplace Training and Assessment
- Bachelor of Applied Science (occupational therapy)
This page was updated on 21 May 2017.