Tam Truong Donnelly
University of Calgary
Dr. Tam Truong Donnelly is a Full Professor at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada and Associate Dean for Research at the University of Calgary-Qatar. In Canada, Dr. Donnelly’s research studies were funded by the National Cancer Institute of Canada (NCIC) and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). In Canada, Dr. Donnelly’s research focuses on the Health and Wellness of Immigrants and Refugees which include breast cancer and cervical cancer screening practices, HIV/AIDS, mental healthcare, and support for international nursing students. In 2005, Dr. Donnelly received the Alberta Centennial Medallion Award in recognition for her works with immigrant populations. In Qatar, funded by the Qatar National Research Fund, (NPRP and UREP programs), Dr. Donnelly’s research focuses on Arab women’s breast cancer screening, depression among cardiovascular patients, lifestyle risk factors that contribute to chronic diseases, and promotion of healthy lifestyle among Arabic speaking adults.
Fostering active living, Depression in CV patients, Breast cancer screening, Qatar,Breastfeeding practices,Life style behaviours,Breastfeeding decisions,HIV/AIDS and immigrants, Immigrants' mental health, Vietnamese breast/cervical cancer screening