Committed to Research

Nursing and Midwifery research

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Welcome to the Western Sydney Nursing & Midwifery Research Centre. Established in 2017, the research centre is a collaboration between Western Sydney Local Health District and Western Sydney University to lead, empower and support nurses and midwives to conduct high-quality research to improve the health outcomes for individuals and the Greater Western Sydney region.

The centre provides unique opportunities for clinical staff from Western Sydney Local Health District and Bachelor of Nursing or Midwifery (Honours), Masters and PhD students, as well as more established researchers to collaborate with our experienced academic clinical researchers to design, conduct, implement and disseminate research. We will achieve this by developing a culture that promotes innovation and collaboration, both within the professions but also encouraging the development of transdisciplinary research with key stakeholders and industry.

Contact details

Western Sydney Nursing & Midwifery Research Centre (WSNMRC)
Blacktown Clinical & Research School, Level 2
Blacktown Hospital
Marcel Crescent
Blacktown, NSW 2148

Phone: (02) 9851 6058



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