Dr Karolina Lisy is a Senior Research Fellow in the Survivorship and Living Well After Cancer group within the Department of Health Services Research at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Dr Lisy earned her PhD for investigation into the role of a hypoxically-induced gene expression pathway in cancer progression, and completed four subsequent years of postdoctoral training in knowledge translation and evidence-based medicine, with a specific focus on chronic disease. Her current research interest is cancer survivorship, specifically in understanding survivors' experiences of care and long-term quality of life, developing and evaluating effective interventions and models of follow up care, understanding the experiences and needs of vulnerable or minority groups, and routine assessment of patient-reported outcomes.
Lisy K, Emery J, Jefford M. Provider roles in survivorship care – moving beyond surveys of patient preference. Journal of Clinical Oncology. (2017) 35(34):3890
Jefford M, Emery J, Grunfeld E, Martin A, Rodger P, Murray A, Lourenco R, Heriot A, Phipps-Nelson J, Guccione L, King D, Lisy K, Tebbutt N, Burgess A, Faragher I, Woods R, Schofield P. SCORE: Shared care of Colorectal cancer survivors: protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials. (2017) 18:506.
Jiao M, Hall AE, Nolte L, Piper A, Lisy K, Jefford M. A rapid review of needs assessment tools for post-treatment cancer survivors. European Journal of Cancer Care. 2017; e12764.
Jefford M, Ward AC, Lisy K, Lacey K, Emery JD, Glaser AW, Cross H, Krishnasamy M, McLachlan S, Bishop J. Patient-reported outcomes in cancer survivors: a population-wide cross sectional study. Supportive Care Cancer. 2017. Epub ahead of print 22/04/2017.
Gibson O, Lisy K, Davy C, Aromataris E, Riitano D, Lockwood C, Kite E, McBride K, Brown A. Enablers and barriers to the implementation of primary health care interventions for Indigenous people with chronic diseases: a systematic review. Implementation Science. 2015. 10:71
Lisy K and Peet DJ. Turn me on: Regulating HIF Transcriptional Activity. Cell Death & Differentiation. 2008. 15(4): 642-649