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Nursing & Midwifery Research Fellowships

The Nursing and Midwifery Research Fellowships (NMRF) program supports nurses and midwives to improve health outcomes for Queenslanders through research that:

  • enhances the value of the professions through discipline specific research;
  • promotes innovative healthcare through evidence-based nursing and midwifery practice and new models of care; and
  • contributes to the advancement of nursing and midwifery policy and education.

Round 6

The Nursing and Midwifery Research Fellowships (Round 6) is now CLOSED.

Important Dates

Milestones

Schedule

Round 6 opens

1 June 2020

Round 6 applications close

12pm noon on 10 July 2020

Panel review

July-August 2020

Applicants notified

November 2020 (estimated)

Fellowship Recipients

Nursing and Midwifery Research Fellowship recipients

Meet our Fellows

Three of our newest Nursing and Midwifery Research Fellowships recipients provide insight into their funded research projects. Click the links below to find out more!

A/Prof Pauline Calleja (NMRF R6) - Improving intravenous catheter selection to reduce extravasations for children: an implementation study across paediatric health contexts.

Dr Margaret MacAndrew (NMRF R6) - An early warning system of acute deterioration in residential aged care.

David McIntyre (NMRF R6) - Testing the validity and feasibility of the McIntyre audit tool (MAT 26).

Last updated: 15 June 2021