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Welcome to the Trinity College Dublin's School of Nursing and Midwifery Research pages. The School of Nursing and Midwifery Trinity College opened in 1996 and has already established itself as a leading force in national and international healthcare research. The School has the highest proportion and number of PhD qualified staff amongst all Schools of Nursing and Midwifery in Ireland.
The school conducts research that is of high social relevance guided by College, National and International research and Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare strategies. Our development to date has seen the establishment of a strong base of research expertise across the breadth of healthcare research utilising many different methodologies. Our aim is the produce research that is cutting edge, evidence based, user led, innovative and translatable into enhanced outcomes for healthcare, policy, professional practice, intervention, treatment and service delivery.
Drawing from our strong, vibrant and inclusive research community our research has been consolidated into the 5 main themes outlined below.
The research displayed in the linked pages reflects investigations carried out by our academic staff, postdoctoral research fellows, research assistants and postgraduate research students as well as college, health services, national and international collaborations.
Please note that during Spring of 2013 these pages are under major reconstruction Feel free to contact any of us directly, if you want further information.
In the words of Dr Margaret Chan, Director of the World Health Organisation:
"In moving forward, it is important to learn from the past and, in looking back, it is clear that we can do better in the future, draw on the lessons of the past, consider the challenges that lie ahead, and identify major avenues for health systems to narrow the intolerable gaps between aspiration and implementation."
Dr Gabrielle McKee
Director of Research