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Nursing Research at Alfred Health aims to:
We have four concurrent programs of research that are focused on clinical decision making in the health service and improving the quality and safety patient care.
The programs are:
We have partnered with Deakin University’s Centre for Quality and Patient Safety Research - Alfred Health Partnership, part of the Institute for Health Transformation establishing joint clinical and academic positions, research higher degree training and research supervision.
Our researchers conduct multi-disciplinary clinical and health services research focused on improving patient outcomes and health systems. The research programs are linked closely with the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards, generating research evidence, working with knowledge users, disseminating evidence, informing policy, and assisting clinicians and consumers to use evidence to increase impact.
Our researchers have skills in quantitative and qualitative research methods. We conduct all types of systematic reviews, randomised controlled trials, surveys, observations, interviews, and process evaluations. We collaborate with world-class national and international researchers, multi-disciplinary clinicians, consumers, and policy makers.
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