Our Team

Our Team

Nguyen Hoang Long, PhD, RN

Associate Professor
Director, Bachelor of Nursing Program
Director, VinUniversity Medical Simulation Center

Dr. Nguyen Hoang Long gained his Bachelor of Nursing from Hanoi Medical University, and his Master, Doctoral degrees in Thailand. With other colleagues, he founded the first-in-country Bachelor of Nursing program at a private institution, enabling the involvement of private sectors in higher education for nurses nation-wide. At VinUni, he has been serving as the Chief of Curriculum Development and then Program Director of the Nursing program. Dr. Long has intensive experience in education, especially the application of simulation in both undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs in healthcare.

Nguyen Hoang Viet, MBA

Manager, VinUniversity Medical Simulation Center

Mr. Nguyen Hoang Viet graduated Bachelor of Civil Engineering in 2008 at National University of Civil Engineering, Bachelor of Laws in 2018 at Hanoi Law University and Master of Business Administration in 2014 at La Trobe University (Australia). Regarding his work experience, Mr Viet joined Vinmec Healthcare System since 2015. In September 2017, Mr Viet has promoted as Chief Operating Officer of Vinmec Medical Simulation Center, leading the establishment and development of this center. He has had a great contribution in the strategic partnership between VMSC with MSR – World-class Medical Simulation Center, helped develop many simulation-based medical education programs, and supported VMSC to become the official International Training Center of AHA in Vietnam.

Doan Thanh Hieu, BSc (Information Technology Management)

Technician

Mr. Doan Thanh Hieu has graduated from Hanoi University of Business and Management and majored in Information System Management. He has over 15 years of working experience in Information System. He has worked for VMSC from the beginning and he is one of the key members who contributed significantly to the design and technology development of VinUniversity Medical Simulation Center.
Doan Thanh Hieu is currently working as a technician, and he is responsible for managing all facilities and devices of VMSC.

Tran Thuy Duong, RN, MN

Manager, VinUniversity Medical Simulation Center

Ms. Tran Thuy Duong graduated with a Bachelor in Nursing from Hai Phong Medical University in 2009, then completed a Master of Nursing in QUT, Australia in 2015. Before joining the VinUniversity Medical Simulation Center, she worked as a nurse teacher, and has built up to 10 years of experience in teaching and curriculum development for the Nursing Undergraduate program. She also got more experience in competence-based curriculum design and development when she participated in MOH’s projects for strengthening training capacity of nursing schools such as SMS, AP/QUT stage 2 or HPET.

Kieu Thanh Hieu, BSc

Technician, VinUniversity Medical Simulation Center

Mr. Kieu Thanh Hieu has joined VMSC after eight years of working experience as an IT Technician at the Singapore International school. Mr. Hieu is passionate about technology and is devoted to improving his skills and knowledge about new technologies. He enjoys assisting others with issues regarding their devices, including installing, configuring, setting up devices, maintaining, and finding solutions to customize requirement types, allowing them to perform daily tasks more effectively.

Vu Hong Hanh, BSc (Environmental Engineering)

Training Officer

Ms. Vu Hong Hanh has the master’s degree of Environmental Engineering at Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea. She has excellent experience working for educational organizations. She has shown her passionate in researching, academic support, and administration. At Vin University Medical Simulation Center, she is charge of coordinating training activities, performing procedures in administration and accounting.

Phi Thi Tham

Clinical Training Officer

Ms. Phi Thi Tham graduated from Hanoi Medical University with a major in nursing in 2019. Prior to joining VinUniversity, she worked as a nurse lecturer and accumulated more than three years of experience teaching and practicing nursing skills. She also participated in research projects and curriculum development for the nursing program. She was honored to receive the Certificate of Merit from the Minister of Health and the People’s Committee of Bac Giang Province and Ho Chi Minh City.