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- Academic background
- Health Sciences
- Host campus
- Master's, PhD
The Department of Nursing is involved in a broad range of research activities relating to the health workforce.
Collaborations with health services and other researchers have resulted in projects focusing on recruitment and retention as well as nursing role development.
Within this research theme we have projects available for postgraduate students and research collaborators. We can also accommodate keen students with their own area of interest within this theme.
The research team have ongoing research projects and experience in a variety of both qualitative and quantitative methodologies.
Potential research topics
- Fostering resilience and adaptability in nurses post COVID
- School nursing in New Zealand
- Key factors that impact retention of nurses in the workforce
- Why Nurses work beyond their retirement age
- Health professional perspectives of translation of cultural safety principles into practice
- The role of Nurse Specialists in rural hospitals
- Scoping rural nursing workforce needs to match the community they service
- Nurse Practitioner and Enrolled Nurse establishment in mental health and addictions settings
- Vaccine hesitancy among health service staff
- Understanding the impact of cultural responsibilities on students whilst studying for a health degree
- Understanding the impact of cultural responsibilities on health professionals whilst working
Names of supervisors
- Professor Philippa Seaton
- Dr Kelly Tikao
- Dr Chris Hendry
- Dr Virginia Maskill
- Dr Chris Moir
- Contact name
- Chris Hendry