Dr. Van has been teaching for over 10 years in public and private nursing institutions in Vietnam. She gained both master’s and Doctoral degrees at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. Her research interests are kidney disease, social support, and nursing education. Joining VinUniversity, Dr. Van’s enthusiasm is to help nursing students to develop their abilities in evidence-based practice, independence and collaboration which are essential requirements for working in health industry.
- Kidney disease and haemodialysis
- Social support
- Nursing education
- Hoang V.L, Green T., Bonner A. (2019). Informal caregivers of people undergoing haemodialysis: Associations between activities and burden. Journal of Renal Care doi: 10.1111/jorc.12280
- Hoang V.L, Green T., Bonner A. (2018). Informal caregivers’ experiences of caring for people receiving dialysis: a mixed-methods systematic review. Journal of Renal Care 44 (2), 82-95. doi: 10.1111/jorc.12235.
- Hoang Lan Van, Le Minh Thi. (2020). Inside a mandatory quarantine centre preventing Covid-19 in Vietnam: An emic point of view. Journal of Health and Development Studies, 4 (02-2020), 24-32
- Kidney Disease
- Adult Health
- Nursing Research
- Nursing Education
- BN, Hanoi Medical University, Vietnam, 2006
- MN, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, 2013
- PhD, Queensland University of Technology, Australia, 2020