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Our research

Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Services Research

Our research programs have consistently received the maximum rating (5) for quality through the Excellence in Research for Australia framework.

Our research in the fields of chronic disease management, child and family health, workforce and health services are recognised as innovative and relevant to national and international audiences.

We collaborate with world-class researchers, industry leaders and clinical experts in the development, conduct and application of our research in our drive to conduct high quality research with real world impact.

High quality research: Real world impact.

Research groups

We undertake innovative research to develop knowledge, evaluate effectiveness and implement change in healthcare through interventions, treatments and knowledge to transform and shape policy and practice in three key areas:

Research publications

Publications include our quarterly newsletter and our annual report, which showcases projects that have demonstrated impact and engagement to improve health outcomes.

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News & events

Professor Lisa Whitehead re-elected for IFNA Nominating Committee

Thursday, 14 June 2018

Congratulations to Professor Lisa Whitehead, Associate Dean Research for being re-elected to serve on the Nominating Committee for the International Family Nursing Association (IFNA).

Research published on: Midwifery students’ understanding and knowledge of normal birth before ‘delivery’ of curriculum

Thursday, 22 March 2018

Congratulations to Clare Davison, Dr Sadie Geraghty and Sara Morris, whose research was recently published in the prestigious Midwifery Journal and featured in Midwifery Research Review.

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