Dr Dinh Thi Thuy Ha

This research program will test a hypothesised model on the influence of health literacy and social support to one’s ability to self-manage in multi-morbid chronic diseases.

Economy: Vietnam

Partnering Australian Institution: Queensland University of Technology

Project Title: Exploration of the influence of health literacy and knowledge on self-management in multi-morbid chronic disease

Project Outline:

This research program will test a hypothesised model on the influence of health literacy and social support to one’s ability to self-manage in multi-morbid chronic diseases. The study will provide evidence to inform changes in nursing practice to improve people’s physical health and well-being while coping with multimorbidity.  

Reasons for applying for fellowship:

This fellowship will assist me with quality time to concentrate on doing research, to learn advanced research methods and to broaden more collaboration opportunities with international colleagues. Learning in a research active culture will increase my confidence and help me to grow personally and professionally.

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