Dr Oliver's thesis explored the perceived stress levels amongst a group of nurses in Western Australia to determine if there was a correlation between self-reported stress and hair cortisol levels.
Be inspired by the innovative and diverse research being undertaken by our research students.
Professor Di Twigg will discuss the role of nurses in today’s acute and complex healthcare environment.
Connections and collaborations are essential to the development of research that makes a real difference to the world around us.
Professor Lisa Whitehead recently presented the International Family Nursing Association Position Statement on Advanced Practice Competencies for Family Nursing in Spain.
Are you a nurse or a midwife and have you been involved in a critical incident?
Master of Nursing (Research) student, Melanie Buhlmann, is interested in talking to you about your experience of “moving on” after being involved in a critical incident, adverse event or clinical error.
The study examined whether clinical midwifery practice causes midwives work-related stress.
The International Family Nursing Association is seeking feedback from members on its draft position statement on Advanced Practice Competencies for Family Nursing.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery was honoured to host Professor Frank as he presented a seminar titled “How do you sell your research?” and “How do you measure impact?”
Professor John Frank FRSE will be visiting Perth as a Distinguished Visiting Professor of WAHTN, supported in part by funding to WAHTN from Lotterywest.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has teamed up with the Lovell Foundation and not-for-profit aged care and retirement living providers, Bethanie and Mercy Health, to develop an exciting and innovative educational toolkit to help carers of people living with Younger Onset Dementia (YOD).
The project will target people diagnosed with prediabetes, a condition highly likely to progress to a diagnosis of diabetes if left untreated.
For the ground breaking research partnership they have recently commenced.
ECU’s School of Nursing and Midwifery has commenced ground breaking research in partnership with an innovative private company who administer chemotherapy in the home setting.
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