Dr Melinda Choy

Academic Lecturer and Research Fellow, Academic Unit of General Practice
ANU College of Health and Medicine
T: 61745588


Melinda completed her undergraduate medical degree at the University of New South Wales in 2013. She completed her junior medical officer training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney and her Master of Medicine (Clinical Epidemiology) through the University of Sydney.

Melinda works part-time clinically at Gordon Family Practice.

Her research focuses on the digital health divide and the experience of digital health for vulnerable populations. Her goal is to help find meaningful information so that digital policy and innovations improve issues of health equity.

She teaches within the Academic Unit of General Practice and Clinical Skills Unit.

Researcher's projects

Choy, M., Sturgiss, E.,Goodyear-Smith, F., Clark, A., Smith, G. (2018). Digital Health Tools and the Therapeutic Relationship:  Can eCHAT help a Vulnerable Popultion in General Practice? Poster section. U. o. A. 2018 Qual-World Interactive Virtual Conference. December 4 2018.

Choy, M. B., P. (2018). Cystic fibrosis in the adult patient: diagnosis and a review of new treatments for CF lung disease. GP 18 - RACGP. Gold Coast 11-13 October 2018.    

Choy, M. S., E. (2018). Digital health tools in vulnerable populations: narrative review of the patient experience. P.-P. H. C. R. I. S. Melbourne. 1-3 August 2018.

Choy, M. S., E; Goodyear-Smith, F; Clark, A; Smith, G. (2018). Digital health tools and the therapeutic relationship: can eCHAT help a vulnerable population? GP 18 - RACGP. Gold Coast, Queensland.

Choy, M. S., E; Goodyear-Smith, F; Clark, A;Smith, G. (2018). P274 Digital Health Tools and the Therapeutic Relationship: Can eCHAT Help a Vulnerable Population in General Practice? 10/11/18, 1:15pm - 2.15 PM C. 46th NAPCRG conference, ILLINOIS. North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG).


Projects and Grants

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