I have diverse research interests; having completed my PhD in the area of children's forgiveness at the University of Adelaide I maintain a interest in children's social psychology and forgiveness research in particular. I am also employed as a Research Associate in psycho-oncology and cancer survivorship at Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer (Flinders University) and am interested in all aspects of psycho-oncology and cancer survivorship including the development and implementation of digital health applications in this area.
|2016||Visitng Research Fellow||University of Adelaide|
|2013||Research Associate||Flinders University|
|Indonesian||Can read, write, speak and understand spoken|
|—||University of Adelaide, Adelaide||Australia||PhD (Psychology)|
|—||University of Adelaide||Australia||Health Science Honours (Psychology)|
|—||University of Adelaide||Australia||Bachelor of Arts (Psychology, English)|
|—||University of Adelaide||Australia||Diploma in Laguages (Indonesian)|
|2018||Beatty, L., Kemp, E., Butow, P., Girgis, A., Schofield, P., Turner, J., . . . Koczwara, B. (2018). A systematic review of psychotherapeutic interventions for women with metastatic breast cancer: context matters. Psycho-Oncology, 27(1), 34-42.
|2017||Beatty, L., Kemp, E., Binnion, C., Turner, J., Milne, D., Butow, P., . . . Koczwara, B. (2017). Uptake and adherence to an online intervention for cancer-related distress: older age is not a barrier to adherence but may be a barrier to uptake. Supportive Care in Cancer, 25(6), 1905-1914.
|2017||Beatty, L., Binnion, C., Kemp, E., & Koczwara, B. (2017). A qualitative exploration of barriers and facilitators to adherence to an online self-help intervention for cancer-related distress. Supportive Care in Cancer, 25(8), 2539-2548.
|2015||Beatty, L., Kemp, E., Wade, T., & Koczwara, B. (2015). Finding My Way: protocol of a randomised controlled trial evaluating an internet self-help program for cancer-related distress. BMC Cancer, 15(1).