Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Research

Research is the scientific foundation for clinical practice. The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health is committed to contributing to, and engaging with research which results in new and emerging nursing practice and aligns with the CSU Research Narrative. For students considering studying their research degree at CSU the following information may assist you in finding the appropriate researcher for your topic and chosen methodology.

Research projects

Translational Research Project - MumMoodBooster Research 2019

Translational Research Project - MumMoodBooster Research 2019

Commencing 2018

Project funding body
NSW Health Transitional Grant

Older People Teaching and Educating Aged Care and Health (OPTEACH)

Older People Teaching and Educating Aged Care and Health (OPTEACH)

Commencing 2017

Project funding body
NSW Family and Community Services, Liveable Communities Grant

Preparing Students for Evidence-Based Practice: What's happening?

Preparing Students for Evidence-Based Practice: What's happening?

Commencing 2017

Project funding body
Charles Sturt University Faculty of Science Seed grant

International Survey of Nurse Managers' Views on Compassion in Nursing

International Survey of Nurse Managers' Views on Compassion in Nursing

Commencing 2017

Project funding body
Middlesex Univeristy United Kingdom

Reablement: Development and evaluation of an education intervention for Family Based Care in the North West of Tasmania

Reablement: Development and evaluation of an education intervention for Family Based Care in the North West of Tasmania

Commencing 2017

Project funding body
Family Based Care North West Tasmania Incorporated

Gaming - a strategy to engage nursing students in learning ageing (GSELA)

Gaming - a strategy to engage nursing students in learning ageing (GSELA)

Commencing 2016

Project funding body
Learning and teaching grant