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Organisation profile

Organisation profile

The research cluster Health Services Research in Nursing and Midwifery was established in 2004 as the focus of interdisciplinary research and research training in the School of Nursing and Midwifery leading to its first return in the research assessment exercise in RAE2008. We are committed to delivering relevant, high quality research in two key thematic areas producing impact that will underpin nursing and midwifery practice, inform health care policies and ultimately result in real benefit to patients.

The School supports research around two central themes:

  • Maternal and Child Health
  • Cancer Nursing, Supportive and Palliative Care
     

Maternal and Child Health 
Theme co-ordinator:  Prof Fiona Alderdice

The maternal and child health research theme, is a multi-disciplinary theme which focuses on high risk groups in pregnancy, childbirth, infancy and childhood. There are two central strands of work, maternity care research and child health research, which have been developed using a comprehensive approach ranging from study of the health of populations to the health of individuals and the care that they receive and require.

Cancer Nursing, Supportive and Palliative Care  
Theme co-ordinator. Prof Sam. Porter

The theme aims to illuminate the experiences of cancer survivors and patients requiring palliative care, their informal carers and their professional carers, with a view to improving the experience of both survivorship and palliation whilst providing a sound evidence base for care. The theme also seeks to develop a research continuum from bench to bedside through the development of co-ordinated research projects. This programme of research has focused on the following key areas:

  • Cachexia and fatigue
  • Care of children
  • Survivorship
  • End of life care 

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    Profiles

    No photo of Reem Alghamdi
    20182019
    Photo of Zakariya Al Naamani
    20182019

    Projects

    Research Output

    2019 ESC Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of acute pulmonary embolism developed in collaboration with the European respiratory society (ERS)

    Konstantinides, S. V., Meyer, G., Bueno, H., Galié, N., Gibbs, J. S. R., Ageno, W., Agewall, S., Almeida, A. G., Andreotti, F., Barbato, E., Baumbach, A., Beygui, F., Carlsen, J., De Carlo, M., Delcroix, M., Subias, P. E., Gaine, S., Goldhaber, S. Z., Gopalan, D., Habib, G. & 30 others, Jenkins, D., Kjellström, B., Lainscak, M., Lee, G., Le Gal, G., Messas, E., Morais, J., Piepoli, M. F., Price, S., Salvi, A., Sanchez, O., Stortecky, S., Thielmann, M., Noordegraaf, A. V., Becattini, C., Bueno, H., Geersing, G. J., Harjola, V. P., Huisman, M. V., Humbert, M., Jennings, C. S., Jiménez, D., Kucher, N., Lang, I. M., Lankeit, M., Lorusso, R., Mazzolai, L., Meneveau, N., Áinle, F. N. & Fitzsimons, D., 21 Jan 2020, In : European Heart Journal. 41, 4, p. 543-603

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

  • 27 Citations (Scopus)

    2019 ESC guidelines for the diagnosis and management of chronic coronary syndromes: The Task Force for the diagnosis and management of chronic coronary syndromes of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC)

    Task Force, European Society of Cardiology (ESC) & ESC Committee for Practice Guidelines (CPG), 14 Jan 2020, In : European Heart Journal. 41, 3, p. 407-477 71 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

    Open Access
  • 51 Citations (Scopus)

    An evaluation of nurses' experiences of mentoring pre-registration students

    Devlin, N. & Duggan, S., 13 Mar 2020, In : British journal of nursing (Mark Allen Publishing). 29, 5, p. 308-313 15 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Prizes

    £1500 Funding from Research and Enterprise, QUB

    Helen Noble (Recipient), 11 Oct 2017

    Prize: Other distinction

  • £2500 from HSC R&D Division

    Helen Noble (Recipient), 24 Jan 2018

    Prize: Other distinction

    £2500 funding from NI Kidney Research Fund

    Helen Noble (Recipient), 15 Jan 2018

    Prize: Other distinction

    Activities

    Primary healthcare interventions for people with intellectual disability

    Michael Brown (Examiner)
    01 Apr 2106

    Activity: Examination typesPhD external examination

    Promoting Cancer and screening awareness in women with intellectual disabilities

    Michael Brown (Examiner)
    11 Nov 2106

    Activity: Examination typesPhD external examination

    University of Florida

    Claire Carswell (Visiting researcher)
    20 Jan 202001 Feb 2020

    Activity: Visiting an external institution typesVisiting an external academic institution

    Press / Media

    Game Tackles Dementia Myths

    Gary Mitchell, Gillian Carter & Christine Brown Wilson

    03/03/2020

    1 Media contribution

    Press/Media: Research

    Meditation and Endocrine Health and Wellbeing research

    Chantal Ski

    10/02/202013/02/2020

    9 items of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Research

    Linking Meditation with Improved Mental Health

    Chantal Ski

    12/02/2020

    1 item of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Research