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NMRC Research Seminar Series

Nursing and Midwifery Research Seminar Series

Each year the NMRC hosts a research seminar series. The seminars are designed to profile research being undertaken by nurses and midwives across the district and provide an opportunity for current and aspiring clinician researchers to learn, collaborate and network. For upcoming seminars see attached program and flyers. Feel free to disseminate this information through your networks and contacts. Each session is video linked to sites across the district and recordings of the sessions will be posted on the NMRC Web Portal.


19 September 11:00am-12:00pmRNC Lecture Theatre,
John Hunter Hospital
Clinical care delivery & implementation science presentation


​8 May ​2:00pm-4:00pm

​JHH Large Lecture Theatre (Room 6065)

+ Videoconferencing + Live Stream + ZOOM

​How do we do research that is useful and used?

Find the presentation on HNE Library website under title Research Innovation



15 March


Caves Lecture Theatre, HMRI Building JHH Campus ​

Launching your Clinical Research Career: Opportunities, Funding and Supports.

Watch the recording on YouTube

​15 November

​3:00 - 4:30pm

​RNC Lecture Theatre (Room 3114) JHH Campus

​​Translating research into improved patient outcomes; the continuum from research through to quality improvement

HNE staff can access Live Streaming via:

Seminar Live Stream

Video recording of the seminar will be available after it is completed.



22 June


Caves Lecture Theatre, HMRI Building JHH Campus ​

Implementation Science: What is it and what lessons can we learn from those immersed in the process​

Watch the recording on YouTube

11 October


​Caves Lecture Theatre, HMRI Building JHH Campus ​

Action Research IN action: Profiling the Research of HNE Population Health Nurses'

NMRC Seminar Series Flyer_October 2017.pdf