Dr Zoe Wang - Nat Sch of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (Faculty of Health Sciences)

Assistant Supervisor – Only eligible to supervise with a fully accredited Principal or Co-supervisor

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aged care, chronic illness, multi-culture, health informatics,

Contact

Phone :(07) 3623 7556 (Brisbane)
Email :Zoe.Wang@acu.edu.au
URIs : Staff Directory Profile

Research Interests

Aged Care ; Nursing Home ; Multi-Culture ; Culture ; Residential Aged Care Services ; Carer issues ; Health Informatics ;

Methods Expertise

Qualitative Research ; qualitative methods ; Phenomenology ; Quantitative Research ;

Research Projects

Selected Publications

2012

Development of Interactive Multimedia Health Informatics CD-Rom for Aboriginal Health Workers- Case Study: Tuberculosis , in Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal

Key factors for the development of a culturally appropriate interactive multimedia informative program for Aboriginal health workers, in The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education

2011

Nursing home placement of older parents: An exploration of adult children???s role and responsibilities, in Contemporary Nurse

2010

Developing a self-paced continuing training program for Indigenous health workers-learning approach, in Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal: a nat...

Other information

My philosophy of supervision is to promote students-centre learning. I aim to understand student's learning style and respect their research ideas. However, I do acknowledge that not every students know what to do and some students prefer to have more guidance. My supervision practice aims to develop collaborative research skills, communication skills and life-long learning culture. My practice is aimed to maintain clear communication and develop mutual respect relationship. Regular meetings will be scheduled to help students establish clear expectations and goals. I ensure to provide constructive feedback. My role is to provided support, mentor and supervising to ensure students is progressing during this process. Any issues arise between students and supervisor will deal in a way of does not interfere student's enrolment and welfare.