Nurses and midwives at NUH are in an ideal position to contribute to and conduct high quality research. In doing this they can continue to contribute to the generation of knowledge that benefits patients.
- increase the number of nurses and midwives involved in research;
- achieve a greater proportion of nurses and midwives who are capable of working at the highest level of research practice.
If you are a nurse or midwife interested in research and scholarly activities, such as publishing, then please contact , Group Chair. The Group welcomes new members but would also like to hear of any innovative work being undertaken by nurses or midwives within NUH Trust.
The Nursing and Midwifery Research Strategy Group’s “Engage, Enthuse, Empower” conference celebrates the diversity of research and innovation undertaken by non-medical professionals within Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. It’s taking place on Tuesday 19th April 2011, 08.30 – 16.00 at the Postgraduate Education Centre, Queens Medical Centre Campus.
The keynote speaker is NIHR Senior Investigator Professor Hywel Williams, Consultant Dermatologist and Chair of the Commissioning Board for the National Institute of Health Research, Health Technology Assessment (NIHR HTA).