Natasha Roberts is a PhD student within the School of Public Health and Social Work at the Queensland University of Technology. Natasha graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing at Australian Catholic University QLD in 1995. In 2001 she completed her Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) at the University of Newcastle, NSW. Her thesis examined the patient experiences of Intensive Care. Natasha has been participating in research activities since 1994, whilst working as a registered nurse. She has extensive nursing experience, in Australia and overseas, specialising in intensive care nursing. She then worked in clinical trials research in Intensive Care. For the last 5 years she has been working as a Clinical Trial Coordinator in Medical Oncology clinical trials at the RBWH.
Natasha has started her PhD with ihop looking at Patient Reported Outcomes in clinical practice.