Eindra is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at St Vincent's Clinical School, UNSW Medicine, and the project manager of a cluster randomised controlled trial to evaluate an eHealth tool for self-management in patients with gout. As a visiting fellow at the ANU, she is collaborating with researchers at the ANU on soil-transmitted helminth research, and a pilot study for implementation of The Patient Enablement Model. Her previous research at the University of Queensland ranged from ex-prisoners’ health and health information systems to self-management support and chronic care quality assessments from patient perspectives. In addition, she coordinated international health (including behaviour change communication) and disaster response programs, and conducted implementation research on those programs (monitoring and evaluation). Her main interest is evaluation of health services and programs.
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