Nursing and Midwifery Research Annual Report 2021


NSLHD NURSING AND MIDWIFERY RESEARCH CENTRE INTRANET PAGE The NSLHD Nursing and Midwifery Research Centre intranet page provides information to assist nurses and midwives with evidence-based practice activities, such as understanding research evidence, implementing research findings and performing research and other forms of inquiry. There is information available to support all levels of researcher from novice to expert. Evidence-based practice Research/Pages/Evidence-based-practice.aspx Research Research/Pages/Research.aspx

This page provides guidance to nurses and midwives who wish to undertake evidence-based practice, using an adapted version of the Iowa Model (Evidence-Based Practice to Promote Excellence in Health Care), the NSLHD C ultivating A R esearch E nvironment (CARE) framework. Translating research into practice (implementation) Research/Pages/Translating-research-into-practice- (implementation).aspx This page builds on the C ultivating A R esearch E nvironment (CARE) framework and specifically these steps in the evidence-based practice process: Adapt, Implement, Evaluate.

This page provides a brief overview of the research process and key terms to help get nurses and midwives started with research. Help and support is provided-for example, our Clinical Researcher Development Program provides structured educational support for clinicians who wish to conduct research. Also the Clinical Nurse Consultant –Translational Research Co-ordinator is available for consultations. Alternatively, nurses and midwives working in NSLHD may like to consider studying a higher degree by research. Support and resources Research/Pages/Support-and-Resources.aspx Help and support is available for all nurses and midwives working in NSLHD who wish to engage in evidence-based practice, translation of research into practice, or critical inquiry (conduct research or quality improvement projects). This page contains information to support all nurses and midwives (regardless of level, speciality or experience). NSLHD Nursing and Midwifery Higher Degree Research Network Research/Pages/NSLHD-Nursing-and-Midwifery-Higher- Degree-Research-Network.aspx The NSLHD Nursing and Midwifery Higher Degree Research Network is open to all nurses and midwives undertaking a research degree (PhD, MSc or BSc) or considering commencing a research degree based at NSLHD. This page details the aims of the Network, and provides contact details and meeting dates.


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