Senior Lecturer and Graduate Research Coordinator
PhD (Curtin), M.AppComp (Tas), M.Ed Studies (SA), GradDip AppComp. (Tas), B.Eng (Vietnam), Dip Business Management (Tas), Cert. GIS & Population Science (USA)
|Contact Campus||Newnham Campus|
|Telephone||+61 3 6324 4053|
|Fax||+61 3 6324 4040|
Dr Quynh Lê is a Senior Lecturer in Rural Health, Graduate Research Coordinator of the Centre for Rural Health, University of Tasmania. Her current teaching and research interests include social determinants of health through multilevel analysis and spatial analysis, GIS Mapping, migrants’ health and wellbeing, cultural and diversity health, population health, food security, and application of information technology (IT) in health and education.
With her PhD in science and technology education, Quynh has worked as an IT manager for the Department of Rural Health for seven years. Due to her close teamwork with academic colleagues at the University of Tasmania and other institutions, she has been involved in various educational activities. In early 2006 her profile changed from an administrative role to an academic one.
Quynh has over 150 intensive publications include peer-reviewed journal articles, books, book chapters, research reports and conference papers. She has been invited to peer-review journal articles and has been member of several Editorial Boards. Her research methodology expertise includes both quantitative and qualitative approaches, including competent knowledge and skills in SPSS, NVivo, and Spatial Analysis/Statistics. She has conducted research and supervised research students in interdisciplinary studies. She has made a significant contribution to research in a global context through organising international research conferences in Australia-Asia area and editing international research journals.
Supervising PhD and Masters by research students.
Authorised by the Director, Centre for Rural Health
2 May, 2015