OUR THREE RESEARCH THEMES
- Evidence of the quality and growth of our work may be seen in our position as 7th in the UK for research intensity in REF 2014
- The School of Nursing and Midwifery has been placed in the top 100 Schools of Nursing worldwide, 2019 QS World University Ranking by subject 2019: Nursing.
- Our vibrant transdisciplinary research community is made up of staff and students who are advancing nursing and midwifery practice and transforming health care in relation to the School's three research themes: Chronic Illness and Palliative Care; Education and Practice and Maternal and Child Health.
- Our research has international impact and is supported by leading funders such as: Chest, Heart and Stroke, Horion 2020, Dunhill, Marie Curie and NIHR.
- The success of our research depends on the meaningful and long-term partnerships we have developed with a range of key stakeholders, including practice and patient public involvement. In continuing to work with our key stakeholders at all stages of the research process we aim to ensure that the research conducted within the School is relevant and will lead to changes that improve healthcare outcomes for our society.
- Staff within our School are fellows within the Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation or Materials and Advanced Technologies for Health, pioneering research programmes located within Queen's University Belfast and contribute to improving healthcare outcomes.
Professor Joanne Reid, Director of Research
Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation (CESI)
The School of Nursing and Midwifery has leading roles in CESI
Through CESI we further our interdisciplinary research to produce robust research evidence to help improve the lives of children, families and communities.Find out more