Research and knowledge transfer
Research and knowledge transfer achievements
Since 2007 the school’s research and knowledge transfer achievements include:
Being ranked as the fifth best school in the UK for the quality of our Research in Nursing and Midwifery in terms of research power in the national Research Assessment Exercise in 2008
The award of almost £5million in research funding from external sources such as the National Institute of Health Research, The Economic and Social Science Research Council, the Leverhulme Trust and the Big Lottery Fund
Being selected as one of seven schools in England awarded 10 fully funded places each year for three years on our MA in Research Methods by the National Institute of Health Research as part of its Clinical Academic Careers in Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions initiative
The appointment of a new Professor in Health Humanities
Increasing the number of postgraduate research students
There are currently five research groups developed from funded programmes led by a senior academic supported by post-doctoral researchers.
The groups are:
We also work within interdisciplinary research groups based on collaborations with colleagues from other schools, other institutions and partners from the public, private and voluntary sectors.
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- The results of the Research Assessment Exercise 2008 confirm the University of Nottingham as one of leading institutions carrying out nursing and midwifery research in the UK.