At its core, nursing research strives for improved models of care delivery and improved outcomes for patients. In the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Calgary, our vibrant research community is made up of scholars who are achieving this in a number of key areas. Through their work, faculty members are demonstrating the multiple ways that research makes a difference.
Research is integrated throughout our educational programs: We encourage both our undergraduate and graduate students to experience research through collaboration with faculty members and active engagement in our defined research foci. There are many funding opportunities for graduate students at the faculty level as well as campus-wide initiatives. As well, undergraduate students have the opportunity to explore research through collaborative studentships. All offer the chance to help shape the nursing profession as well as the health care system.
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In the Faculty of Nursing, we target two main areas:
Health Outcomes Across Multiple Populations and Multiple Settings including:
and Professional Education and Health Services Delivery including:
Our faculty members and graduate students contribute in meaningful ways to the advancement of health outcomes and health services research. To read profiles of some of these scholars, click here.
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