The Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre is a partnership between the University of South Australia and the Rosemary Bryant Foundation. The Centre aims to strengthen the role of the nursing & midwifery profession across the health system through the development of a research-driven, evidence-based platform of healthcare. To achieve this, the Centre has developed a comprehensive research program focused on advancing the nursing and midwifery disciplines, and patient care in the domains of population and public health, workforce reform, safety and quality, clinical practice, patient outcomes, and integration into education.

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COVID-19 has had a significant impact on nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants across the world. To gain a better understanding of the impact on the world's healthcare workforce the Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre has partnered with Nursing Now to launch the international COVID-19 Workforce and Your Wellbeing Survey. Your voice is vital in helping us to advocate for improvements that lead to better working conditions, quality and safe care, and support for your wellbeing during these significant events.

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Research portfolios

Nursing and Midwifery Workforce

Health System Redesign and Leadership

Innovation through new technology

Translation of research into education, practice and policy

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Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre

Location Playford Building P4-27 University of South Australia, City East Campus, North Terrace Adelaide SA 5000

City East Campus, North Terrace Adelaide SA 5000