Are you thinking of furthering your career with a research degree and solving real world problems? ECU is seeking PhD candidates to undertake research in Nursing & Midwifery.
ECU School of Nursing and Midwifery achieves ‘Above World Standard’.
You are invited to take part in a research study exploring the experience of people who live with multiple chronic health conditions.
Congratulations to Dr McCullough for completing her PhD on health care services in remote Australian communities.
Joining the Joanna Briggs Collaboration (JBC) as “The Centre for Evidence Informed Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare Practice”.
The study will provide an understanding of how children participate in decision making and how their needs and interests are expressed in the hospital setting.
Survey participants needed for intellectual & developmental disability study.
Please join our study if you work or study at ECU and have a family member who has depression.
Building research collaborations in the field of digital health.
ECU Professor of Nursing Research Lisa Whitehead presented the findings from her research along with a discussion about the condition described as the biggest epidemic of the twenty-first century. This was the fifth lecture in the 2018 ECU Lecture Series. (Facebook link)
For his article ‘A comparison in the estimation of body fluid status using daily fluid balance charting and body weight changes during continuous renal replacement therapy’.
The research will explore the health beliefs and behaviours of young Aboriginal people and their families across Western Australia living with type 2 diabetes mellitus.
In the session ‘Where can research in nursing and midwifery take you?’ The event showcased inspirational ECU graduates that shared their stories beyond ECU.
Putting the ‘well’ into being, Associate Dean, Research, in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Professor Lisa Whitehead, will examine what affects our health and well-being.
Dr Aisling Smyth is seeking participants for her study investigating the impact of caring for a person with dementia on carers’ sleep quality and emotional state.
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