Events and studies
The 2nd Critical Perspectives in Nursing and Health Care International Conference
The event will be held from 31st October - 2nd November 2016 at Sydney Nursing School (88 Mallett St, Camperdown, NSW, Australia, The University of Sydney).
Please click here for a full program and registration information.
Abstract registrations have closed, however those interested in attending are invited to register.
The Choice Project
Are you a family member, friend or relative of a person with dementia who died in the previous two years?
Researchers from the University of Sydney and Southern Cross University invite you to participate in an online survey. We are investigating the issues, challenges and processes of providing end of life care for people with dementia. The study will help us better understand the perspectives of family carers (including relatives, friends, neighbours or significant others) concerning the care of their relative or friend with dementia who wished to stay at home until the final stages of their life.
Interested in participating? More information with survey link on page 3
Contact or 02 9114 4084
The TARP Study
We offer you the opportunity to participate in the TARP Study (Triggered Acute Risk Prevention).
Why this study is important:
- Heart Disease remains a major preventable cause of death and disability despite improved treatments.
- A link has been identified between heart attack and stressors, such as heavy physical exertion, anger and anxiety, fatty and heavy meals, and respiratory infection
- Providing cardiac protection during these stressful events has until now not been attempted.
- This study attempts to see if we can lower cardiac risk, by providing medication at the time of these stressors. We have successfully finished 2 preliminary studies, and this study is the next step.
- Eventually, this strategy could be a helpful addition to the usual daily medications that people take.
Summer Scholar program
Sydney Nursing School offers up to 10 Summer Scholarships each January and February. Offers are based on the applicant’s academic merit, strength of the application and the level of supervision offered by the project. Successful candidates will be expected to participate in an ongoing research project which will provide an opportunity to learn about research processes in nursing and midwifery, develop research skills, and encourage exploration into further research studies.
Find out more
If you have any questions about the Summer Scholar Program or the application process, please contact the .