Kerrie Curtis

BN, Grad Dip (Cancer/Pall Care)

Kerrie is a Masters of Nursing (Cancer/Palliative Care) student at Latrobe University and works as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Day Oncology at the Olivia Newton John Cancer Wellness and Research Centre, Melbourne. Her interest in Vascular Access Devices (VADs) spans over 20 years in peripheral as well as central devices in inpatient, outpatient and community settings; specifically nursing management during maintenance phase of VADs.
Kerrie is Victorian Representative for the Australian Vascular Access Society (AVAS), Chapter Lead for the Alliance in Vascular Access Teaching and Research Group (AVATAR Group) and Deputy Chair of the Vascular Access Device and Infusion Therapy Specialist Practice Network of the Cancer Nurses' Society of Australia (CNSA).


Griffith University
Australia 4111