Dr Ha Le is a mixed method public health researcher, employing qualitative research methods to explore and validate the findings of quantitative research. With extensive experience in designing and conducting surveys on diverse topics, Dr Le is competent in using statistical packages like Stata, SPSS, and SAS for advanced data analysis and the creation of reports, publications, presentations, and research protocols.
Dr Le specialises in quantitative data analysis, particularly focusing on the prevalence of health behaviours and their cross-sectional and longitudinal associations to predictors and health outcomes. Her skill set also includes the ability to conceptualise research, adeptly formulating and measuring complex concepts and health related research problems.
With over a decade of valuable contributions, Dr Le has served as a university lecturer and researcher at Hanoi University of Public Health, research assistant at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), and data analyst at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. She obtained her PhD in public health from QUT in 2017. Dr Le’s research interests are diverse, with a keen focus on bullying, child maltreatment, and the mental health of adolescents. Additionally, she is dedicated to exploring the quality of life of older people and aged care in Australia.
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