Researcher

Dr Eindra Aung

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Biography

Eindra is currently the Project Manager of a cluster randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of use of a mobile self-management app, designed for people with gout. Her previous research areas include assessment of quality of care from patient perspectives, patient activation (self-management ability), patient-reported outcomes, ex-prisoners’ health, behaviour change communication regarding sanitation and hygiene behaviours,...view more

Eindra is currently the Project Manager of a cluster randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of use of a mobile self-management app, designed for people with gout. Her previous research areas include assessment of quality of care from patient perspectives, patient activation (self-management ability), patient-reported outcomes, ex-prisoners’ health, behaviour change communication regarding sanitation and hygiene behaviours, and health information systems. Her international health experiences include coordinating behaviour change communication programs (mainly HIV prevention and reproductive health), and managing post-disaster health and livelihood programs. She also participated in and conducted monitoring and evaluation of those programs in Thailand, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and India.


My Qualifications

MBBS, MIPH, PhD (Health Services Research)


My Research Activities

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My Research Supervision


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Areas of supervision

ILP, Honours, Masters, PhD

Areas of supervision:

  • Health services research
  • Chronic disease management (Self-management support, Patient activation)
  • Patient-reported experience measures, patient-reported outcome measures

Research projects available:

  1. How perceptions of patients with gout on their illness are associated with (1) patient characteristics (e.g., socioeconomic status) and (2) health outcomes including serum urate, gout attacks and patient-reported outcome measures (viz., work productivity and health-related quality of life),
  2. Causes of gout: what patients think, and
  3. Association of serum urate with patient-reported outcomes, including gout attacks, health-related quality of life and work productivity and activity impairment.

Currently supervising

Medication adherence in people living with gout

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Publications

by Dr Eindra Aung