Current Research Seminars

The combined Nursing Research Institute and St Vincent’s Centre for Applied Medical Research (AMR) Program have aims to reinforce generic research skills in finding, appraising and implementing evidence to support clinical practice. The program includes a number of lectures presented by experts in the area and features researchers or clinicians who will briefly share their research experiences. These sessions will be presentations on research currently being conducted at St Vincent’s Health Australia (Sydney) campus.

 

NRI Research Seminars 2018 schedule with

Applied Medical Research Centre

The Nursing Research Institute (NRI) have partnered with St Vincent’s Centre for Applied Medical Research (AMR) Program to organise a research seminar series for 2018.

 

Venue: St Vincent's Centre for Applied Medical Research, Conference Room, Level 4

Lowy-Packer Building, 405 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst

Lunch is provided prior to each seminar. All welcome.

 

DATE & TIME

SPEAKERS & TOPIC

April

Wednesday 4th

12.30-1.30pm

Ms Victoria Malone

A systems change intervention for nurse-led smoking cessation care in hospital

May

Wednesday 16th

12.30-1.30pm

Dr Verena Schadewaldt

To be confirmed

June

Wednesday 6th

12.30-1.30pm

Ms Chinonyelum Maduka

The association between socioeconomic factors and arrival time to Emergency Departments after stroke: The T3 Trial

July

Wednesday 4th

12.30-1.30pm

Dr Oyebola Fasugba

Antimicrobial Resistance and Urinary Tract Infections

August

Wednesday 1st

12.30-1.30pm

To be confirmed

 

September

SVHAS Research week

October

Wednesday 3rd

12.30-1.30pm

 

Professor Elizabeth McInnes                                                      

Facilitated implementation of protocols for managing stroke in the emergency department: process evaluation of the T3 cluster-randomised controlled trial

November

Wednesday 7th

12.30-1.30pm

Dr Caleb Ferguson

EVICOAG study- an eHealth intervention to improve nurses knowledge and practice of atrial fibrillation and anticoagulation

December

Wednesday 5th

12.30-1.30pm

To be confirmed

Mater Research Seminars 2018

Venue: The Mater Hospital, Level 3, Maternity Lounge

Following each seminar there will be a Research Clinic for anyone with a research query.

                        

DATE & TIME

SPEAKER & TOPIC

March

Thursday 22nd

230pm-315pm

Professor Elizabeth McInnes, Deputy Director NRI

Introduction to NRI and the importance of research to nursing

April

Wednesday 18th

230pm-315pm

Dr Cintia Martinez, Research Officer NRI

Selecting a research design to match the study aim – useful tips for QI

 

May

Thursday 31st 

230pm-315pm

Mr John Rihari-Thomas, CNC St Vincent’s Hospital                                                             

Clinician perspectives of barriers to effective implementation of a rapid response system: focus group study

June

Wednesday 20th June

230pm-315pm

Professor Sandy Middleton, Director NRI & Ms Simeon Dale, Trials Manager NRI

Triage, Treatment and Transfer of patients with stroke in Emergency Departments: The T3 Trial

July

Wednesday 18th 

230pm-315pm

Professor Elizabeth McInnes, Deputy Director NRI

Writing a project proposal – what you need to know.

 

August

Wednesday 29th  

230pm-315pm

Professor Elizabeth McInnes, Deputy Director NRI

What is a systematic review and how can they inform my clinical work?

September

SVHAS Research week

 

October

Wednesday 17th 

230pm-315pm

 

Ms Julie Gawthorne, CNC St Vincent’s Hospital                

Fascia Iliaca Blocks in elderly patients with fractured neck of femur -  A retrospective study

November

Wednesday 21st 

 230pm-315pm

 

Facilitators:  Professor Sandy Middleton & Professor Elizabeth McInnes

Open session for Mater clinicians to present results of QI projects

These seminars are open to all clinicians, managers and researchers. If you have any enquires or would like to present or suggest a speaker please contact Anoja Gunaratne via the Nursing Research Institute at e-mail nriadmin@acu.edu.au or phone (02) 8382 3790.