The Division of Health Sciences offers a dynamic research environment across biomedical, pharmaceutical, clinical, population health, and health policy and practice investigations.
Under the University’s transformed PhD program, the School of Nursing and Midwifery offers a structured program to small groups (2-5) international candidates who meet the University’s entry criteria for PhD study.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery at UniSA has a substantial program of research that investigates issues related to clinical practice, health and teaching and learning. Much of this research is undertaken in conjunction with a range of different industry partners and with a multidisciplinary group of research collaborators.
The School has four broad areas of research interest addressing nursing, mental health, midwifery and family health and education. The School has a multidisciplinary cohort of research students undertaking a broad range of research. The output from these students constitutes an important component of the research output of the School.
Prof Marion EckertAdvancing the contribution of nurses and nursing in disease prevention and screening, improving the quality of cancer care and cancer treatments, promoting recovery and supportive care of survivors and their families across the life-course.
Professor Carol GrechThis group is committed to making consumer/resident care better each day, across all parts of our health and aged care system.
Professor Mary SteenResearch with an aim to optimise health outcomes by contributing to a variety of population health areas.
Professor Nicholas ProcterLeading numerous initiatives aimed at improving the lives of people with mental health issues as well as providing policy advice to state and federal governments.
Associate Professor Rachael VernonThe Education in Nursing, Midwifery and Health Science Research Group (ENMHSRG) is committed to engaging in rigorous educational research.
Professor Marion EckertAiming to strengthen the nursing & midwifery workforce across the health system through the development of evidence-based healthcare.