University of Calgary Qatar

Tam Truong Donnelly, R.N., BscN., MscN. Ph.D.

University of Calgary

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Updated on April 7, 2019

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Donnelly, T. T., Al Suwaidi, J., Albulushi, A., Al Enazi, N., Yassin, K., Rehman, A., Hassan, A., & Idris, Z. (December 2011). The Influence of Cultural and Social Factors on Healthy Lifestyle of Arabic Women. Avicenna, 3, 2011.

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Donnelly, T. T., Al Khater, Al-H., Al-Bader, S. B., Al Kuwari, M.G., Al-Meer, N., Malik, M., Singh, R., Chaudhry, S., Fung, T. (2013). Beliefs and attitudes about breast cancer and screening practices among Arab women living in Qatar: a cross-sectional study: the launch of BMC Women's Health. BMC Women's Health, 13:49 (13 Dec 2013).

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Donnelly, T. T; Al-Khater, A.; Al-Kuwari, M.; Al-Meer, N.; Bujassoum Al-Bader, S.; Malik, M.; Singh, R.; Christie, F. (2011). Study exploring breast cancer screening practices amongst Arabic women living in the State of Qatar. Avicenna, 2011.

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Donnelly, T.T; Al-Khater, A.; Al-Kuwari, M.; Singh, R.; Bujassoum Al-Bader, S.; Malik, M.; Al-Meer, N.; Chaudhry, S.  (2012). Breast Cancer Screening amongst Arabic Women living in the State of Qatar: Awareness, Knowledge, and Participation in Screening Activities. Avicenna, 2, 2012.

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O’Mahony, J. M., & Donnelly, T. T. (2007).  The Influence of Culture on Immigrant Women’s Mental Health Care Experiences From the Perspectives of Health Care Providers. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 28(5); 453-471.

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Donnelly, T. T., Hwang, J., Este, D., Ewashen, C., Adair, C., & Clinton, M. (2011). If I was going to kill myself, I wouldn’t be calling you. I am asking for help: Challenges influencing Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Mental Health Care. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 32, 279-290. 92

O’Mahony, J. M., & Donnelly, T. T. (2010).  Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Postpartum Depression Help-Seeking Experiences and Access to Care: A Review and Analysis of the Literature. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 17 (10), 917-928.

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Donnelly, T. T. (2006). The Health-Care Practices of Vietnamese-Canadian Women: Cultural Influences on Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 38 (1), 82-101. 

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Donnelly, T. T. (2002).  Contextual analysis of coping: Implications for immigrant’s mental health care.  Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 23 (7), 715-732.

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O’Mahony, J. M., Donnelly, T. T., Raffin Bouchal, S., David Este, D.  (2012) Cultural background and socioeconomic influence of immigrant and refugee women coping with postpartum depression. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. June 2012. 54

O’Mahony, J. M., & Donnelly, T. T. (2010).  Postcolonial Feminist Perspective: Exploring Immigrant Women’s Mental Health Care Experiences. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 31 (7), 440-449.

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Donnelly, T. T., McKiel, E., & Hwang, J. (2009). Factors influencing the performance of English as an Additional Language nursing students: Instructors’ perspectives. Nursing Inquiry 16 (3): 1–11. 47
O’Mahony, J. M., & Donnelly, T. T. (2013).  How does gender influence immigrant and refugee women’s postpartum depression help-seeking experiences? Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing, 20 (8), 714-725. 45

O’Mahony, J. M., & Donnelly, T. T. (2007). Health care provider’s perspective of the Gender influences on immigrant women’s mental health care experiences. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 28 (10), 1171-1188.

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Donnelly, T. T., & McKellin, W. (2007).  Keeping healthy! Whose Responsibility Is It Anyway? Immigrant Women and Health Care Providers’ perspectives. Nursing Inquiry, 14 (1), 2-12.

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O’Mahony, J. M., Donnelly, T. T., Raffin Bouchal, S., David Este, D. (2012). Barriers and facilitators of social supports among immigrant and refugee women coping with postpartum depression. Advances in Nursing Science. 35(3), E42-56. 42
Donnelly, T. T; Al-Khater, A.; Bujassoum Al-Bader, S.; Al-Kuwari, M.; Al-Meer, N.; Malik, M.; Singh, R.; Christie, F. (2013). “Arab Women’s Breast Cancer Screening Practices: A Literature Review.” Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 14 (8/9), 4519-4528. 44

Donnelly, T. T. (2008). Challenges in Providing Cancer Screening Services to Vietnamese Canadian Women: The Health Care Providers’ Perspective. Nursing Inquiry, 15 (2), 158-168.

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Benjamin, K., & Donnelly, T. T. (2013). Barriers and Facilitators Influencing the Physical Activity of Arabic Adults: A Literature Review. Avicenna. July, 2013. 31

Donnelly, T. T., McKiel, E., & Hwang, J. (2009).  Challenges and Motivators Influencing English-as-an Additional Language Nursing Students’ Academic Performance: Students’ Perspectives. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 41 (3), 130-150.

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Donnelly, T. T., McKellin, W., Hislop, G., & Long, B. (2009). Socioeconomic Influences on Vietnamese-Canadian Women's Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention Practices: A Social Determinant's Perspective. Social Work in Public Health, 24 (5), 454-478.

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Donnelly, T.T., & Long, B. (2003). Stress discourse and western biomedical ideology: rewriting stress.  Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 24, 397-408.

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O’Mahony, J. M., Donnelly, T. T., Raffin Bouchal, S., David Este, D. (2012) Using critical ethnography to explore issues among immigrant and refugee women seeking help for postpartum depression. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 33 (11), 735-742. 21

Donnelly, T.T. (2004). Vietnamese women living in Canada: Contextual factors affecting Vietnamese women’s breast cancer and cervical cancer screening practices. Doctoral Dissertation. The University of British Columbia, Canada: Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies.

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Donnelly, T. T. (2006). Living "in-between" – Vietnamese Canadian Women's Experiences: Implications for Health Care Practice. Health Care for Women International, 27(9), 695-708.  

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Donnelly, T.T., Al-Khater, A., Bujassoum Al-Bader, S., Al-Kuwari, M., Malik, M., Al-Meer, N., Singh, R., & Fung, T. (2014).  Factors that Influence Awareness of Breast Cancer Screening among Arab Women in Qatar: Results from a Cross Sectional Survey. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 15 (23), 10157-10164. 20
Donnelly, T.T ., & Hwang, J. (2013). "Breast Cancer Screening interventions for Arabic Women: A literature review."  Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 1-15. 18

Donnelly, T. T. (2002). Representing ‘Others’: Avoiding the reproduction of unequal social relations in research – A methodological Issue.  Nurse Researcher: the International Journal of Research Methodology in Nursing and Health Care, 9 (3), 57-67.

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Donnelly, T.T., Al-Khater, A., Bujassoum Al-Bader, S., Al-Kuwari, M., Malik, M., Al-Meer, N., Singh, R., Chaudhry, S., & Fung, T. (2015). Do Socioeconomic Factors Influence Breast Cancer Screening Practices Among Arab Women in Qatar? British Medical Journal (BMJ) Open, 5(1). 20
Donnelly, T. T., Al Suwaidi, J., Albulushi, A., Al Enazi, N., Yassin, K., Rehman, A., Hassan, A., & Idris, Z. (2012). Qatari women living with cardiovascular diseases—Challenges and opportunities to engage in healthy lifestyles. Health Care for Women International. 33(12), 1114-1134. 17
Meng, X., & Donnelly, T. T. (2007). Application of the Precede-Proceed model in nursing assessment. Chinese Nursing Research, 21(7A), 1693-1695. 7
Donnelly, T.T., Al Suwaidi, J., Alqahtani, A., Assad, N., Abdul Qader, N., Byrne, C., Singh, R., & Fung, T.S. (2012). Study exploring depression and cardiovascular diseases amongst Arabic speaking patients living in the State of Qatar: Rationale and methodology. Global Cardiology Science & Practice. 17 Dec 2012. 5
Hwang, J., Donnelly, T. T., Carol Ewashen., Shelley Raffin., Janice Kinch., Elaine McKiel. (2015). Sociocultural Influences on Arab Women’s Participation in Breast Cancer Screening in Qatar. Qualitative Health Research, December 1, 2015, pii: 1049732315619373. 5
Donnelly, T.T., Al Suwaidi, J., Alqahtani, A., Asaad, N., Fung, T.S., Singh, R., Abdul Qader, N. (2016). Association between Socioeconomic Factors and Depression among Cardiovascular Patients Living in Rich Resourced Middle Eastern Country. International Journal of Cardiology, January 15, 2016, Volume 203, pp. 819-821. 3

Meng, X., Donnelly, T. T. (May, 2008). Application of the Population Health Promotion Model (PHPM) in Community Health Nursing. Journal of Nursing Science, 23(10), 72-74.

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Donnelly, T.T., AH Al Khater, SB Al-Bader, MG Al Kuwari, M Abdulmalik. (2015) Promoting screening to reduce breast cancer mortality among Arab women: What do healthcare professionals need to do? Avicenna, 3
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Donnelly, T.T., Al Suwaidi, J., Alqahtani, A., Assad, N., Abdul Qader, N., Singh, R., Fung, T.S., Mueed, M., El Banna, N., & Sharara, S. (2013). Depression in Cardiovascular Patients in the Middle Eastern Populations. International Journal of Cardiology, 168 (5), 5110-5111. 1
TT Donnelly, AH Al-Khater, SB Al-Bader, MG Al-Kuwari, MAA Malik, ... (2017) Perceptions of Arab men regarding female breast cancer screening examinations—Findings from a Middle East study. PloS one 12 (7), e0180696 3
Donnelly, T.T., Al Suwaidi, J., Alqahtani, A., Asaad, N., Abdul Qader, N., Singh, R., Fung, T.S., Mueed, M., Sharara, S., El Banna, N., & Omar, S. (2014). Depression Among Cardiovascular Patients Living in a Middle Eastern Country - Preliminary findings from a cross-sectional survey. International Journal of Cardiology, 176 (3), 1104-1106. 1
ML Straiton, HML Ledesma, TT Donnelly. (2017) A qualitative study of Filipina immigrants’ stress, distress and coping: the impact of their multiple, transnational roles as women. BMC women's health 17 (1), 72.
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M Ballantyne-Rice, K Chopp, L Evans, V Ho, WP Hsiung, MA Simon, ... (2016) A Client-Centered Community Engagement Project: Improving the Health and Wellness of Older Adults in an Assisted Living Facility. Journal of gerontological nursing.
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TT Donnelly, TS Fung. (2018) Fostering active living and healthy eating through understanding physical activity and dietary behaviours of Arabic-speaking adults: a cross-sectional study from the Middle East. BMJ open 8 (4), e019980 1
BB Nikaiin, N Nazir, A Mohammad, T Donnelly, RA Dorri, N Petal. (2013) Contextual Factors Influencing Breastfeeding Practices Among Arab Women in the State of Qatar. Qualitative Sociology Review 9 (3) 1
TT Donnelly, AH Al Khater, MG Al Kuwari, SB Al-Bader, M Abdulmalik, ... (2015) Addressing Factors Associated with Arab Women’s Socioeconomic Status May Reduce Breast Cancer Mortality: Report from a Well Resourced Middle Eastern Country. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 16 (15), 6303-6309 1
“It has not occurred to me to see a doctor for that kind of feeling”: a qualitative study of Filipina immigrants’ perceptions of help seeking for mental health problems. (2018) ML Straiton, HML Ledesma, TT Donnelly. BMC women's health 18 (1), 73. 1
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