Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Factors affecting access to healthcare services by intermarried Filipino women in rural Tasmania: a qualitative study

Chona  Hannah

Chona Hannah

qualifications: MEd

contribution: designed the project, devised survey tool, collected data, input data, literature review, original concept, analysed the data

position: Postgraduate student


Interested in interracial marriages, migrants experiences particularly health and wellbeing aspect.

Quynh  Le

Quynh Le

qualifications: PhD

contribution: assist in designing the project, assisted in designing the survey tool, contributed in the development of the designed project, contributed in the formulation of data analysis

position: Senior Lecturer & Graduate Research Coordinator


Dr. Quynh Le is a Lecturer and ICI Coordinator at the University Department of Rural Health, Tasmania. Her academic qualifications include a B.Eng (Vietnam), GradDip AppComp. (Tasmania), M.Ed Studies (SA), M.AppComp (Tasmania), Diploma in Business Management (TAFE) and PhD (Curtin). Her teaching and research interests include courseware development, on-line teaching and learning, Web development, rural health issues, health informatics, social epidemiology, spatial analysis, multilevel modelling, computer assisted learning, instructional design, and quantitative research methodology.

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