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What we do

Research

UTS: Health are leaders in Health Services and Practice (HSP) research, having been top rated in NSW  for Nursing, Midwifery, Human Movement and Sports Science research in the Federal Government's ERA review (rated as "5/5" - well above world standard).

Committed to collaborative research that has a real impact on the health of communities, our focus is on innovative practice-oriented research that improves practice and informs health policy.

Degrees

Doctor of Philosophy
Master of Nursing (Research)
Master of Midwifery (Research)
Master of Health Services (Research)
Master of Sport and Exercise (Research)

Attend our PG Research information evening
Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Centres

Cardiovascular and Chronic Care
Complementary and Integrative Medicine
Health Services Management
Midwifery, Child and Family Health
WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Development

Collaborative centres and units

Health and Ageing
Critical Care Nursing
Mental Health Nursing
Primary Health Care - COMPaRE
Clinical professors

Leading research: Christine Duffield

Professor Chrstine DuffieldProfessor Christine Duffield is an internationally acclaimed nursing workforce researcher and Australia’s leading voice on the impact of nursing workload and skill mix on patient outcomes and the quality of patient care.
Read about Christine's work.