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The Partnership between Deakin University and Monash (formerly Southern) Health was established in May 2006. This partnership has resulted in the development of the Centre for Nursing Research - Deakin University and Monash Health Partnership, which is based at Monash Medical Centre, Clayton Campus. The Centre for Nursing Research conducts research activities across all Monash Health sites.
To be nationally and internationally recognised as a centre of excellence in nursing research in the areas of Quality, Safety and Risk Management.
To conduct high quality research that informs clinical practice, policy development and education.
In promoting the nexus between research, education and practice, the themes of knowledge translation, person-centred care, decision making, and patient safety and risk management underpin the research conducted by the Centre. The program of research centres on four interconnected areas of nursing practice and development: symptom management, care of the older person, chronic disease and workforce development.
Professor Alison Hutchinson
Chair in Nursing
Personal Assistant to Director:
Dr Mary Hawkins BA(Hons) PhD
Tania Cossich BN MPH
Dr Helen Rawson BSc (Hons) PhD
Dr Joan Ostaszkiewicz RN MNurs
Cherene Ockerby BA(Hons)
Catherine Au RN BN(Hons) GradCertNIC
Amanda Springer BSc, MGenCouns
Sadie Jaeschke RN (Renal, Peri-op), BN
Cheryl Turner RN BN GradDip CritCareNurs MEd Cert IV TAE
David McMillan RN RPN GradDipNursPractice(Mental Health) Cert IV TAE
Centre for Nursing Research - Deakin University and Monash Health Partnership
246 Clayton Road
Telephone: (03) 9594 4240