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PhD (Medicine), Garvan Institute of Medical Research, UNSW Sydney (2014)

GradCert (Research Management and Commercialisation), UNSW Sydney (2012)

BMedSc (Physiology), University of Sydney (2007)

Dr Amy Nguyen is a digital health researcher whose research focuses on implementation of various health technologies in the aged care, general practice and chronic disease sectors. Dr Nguyen leads work focusing on the co-design, usability, feasibility and quality of health technologies in the delivery of safe healthcare, using a myriad of qualitative and quantitative methods. Amy has worked on the co-design of health technologies such as smartphone apps, prescribing software and electronic clinical dashboards in collaboration with patients, clinicians, allied health, management and policymakers. Dr Nguyen’s work has guided decisions in the national development and implementation of My Health Record in telehealth, aged care and specialist sectors. Amy also has a keen interest in effective scientific communication, and has been an active STEM Mentor for The New York Academy of Sciences since 2016. Dr Nguyen is a Digital Health Advisor for the Australian Digital Health Agency, providing expert knowledge to the design, implementation and evaluation of digital health initiatives across the Australian healthcare system. She also is an Academic Advisor on the National Digital Medicines Advisory Group.

External positions

Academic Advisor, National Digital Medicines Advisory Group

1 Oct 2023 → …

Digital Health Advisor, Australian Digital Health Agency

Dec 2022 → …

Conjoint Associate Lecturer, The University of New South Wales

Dec 2017 → …


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