The MothersBabies Study is an innovative study being conducted by the Microbiome Research Centre, based at the UNSW St George Clinical School. We are inviting women and their partners to learn about the changes in the human microbiome from pre-pregnancy,...
Adam Poulsen, a doctoral student at Charles Sturt University, is conducting face-to-face and phone interviews with LGBTIQ+ elders about ageing, loneliness, and socially connective tech. If you would like to participate, visit www.tinyurl.com/lgbtiqstudy or email Adam on apoulsen@csu.edu.au.
Research has found that nurses working 12 hour rotational shifts had less sleep and more disrupted sleep than their counterparts working 8 hour shifts. The research, conducted by Dr Ann Rheaume RN from Canada’s University of Moncton, assessed 28 nurses...
How would you respond to a patient’s request for legal assisted dying? A national survey, from the Adelaide Nursing School at University of Adelaide, is underway to help determine the factors that influence possible responses.  This 15-minute anonymous survey builds...
Nurses and midwives are invited to take part in a research study on mitigating the emotional challenges facing nurses. This research is looking at perceptions and adoption issues of technology in order to design a solution for nurses and...
Nurses and midwives aged between 18 and 69 are called to participate in psychological and metabolic research, conducted in the Neuroscience Research Unit, at the University of Technology, Sydney. The experimental protocol is simple, non-invasive and will take approximately 1...
Project Title: Stressors and coping strategies for emergency department nurses in New South Wales of Australia Project Summary: You are invited to participate in a research study being conducted by Ali Alomari, Master of Research Student at Western Sydney University, under the...
Are you a Registered Nurse, Endorsed Enrolled Nurse or an Enrolled Nurse currently registered with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) whose role is primarily working with people with intellectual and developmental disability (IDD)? If so, you are invited...
AHPRA data shows that NSW mental health nurses typically work 34 clinical hours per week. If you work in the Public Health System, please share your views about this here. Click here to complete the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3QKNJ8R Your confidential opinion will help...
Are you an enrolled or registered nurse working in a sub-acute or rehabilitation setting? Researchers from Federation University, Monash University and the University of Canberra are looking for nurses to share their experiences of helping patients to reduce their sedentary...