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Key information for NHS GGC nurse and midwife researchers

This page provides links to information relevant to all NHS GGC nurses and midwives undertaking research, including Masters dissertations.

The first point of contact for NHS GGC nurse and midwife researchers is your Research Lead who leads and coordinates nursing and midwifery research for a clinical area.  The Research Lead can provide you with information and signpost you to other appropriate sources of advice. If you are undertaking a Masters dissertation or similar research project please read the guide to the support offered by your Research Lead and the relevant Clinical Area Research Group (CARG) and complete the form included. 

A Guide to Research for NHS GGC Nurses and Midwives provides information about the support available and approvals required at each stage of the research process.

A more detailed Research Information and Contacts has been written by Dr Audrey Morrison, Research Practitioner at the Beatson Institute. While primarily for nurses working at the Beatson, the guide is useful for all nurses and midwives.

An up to date list provides contact details of people who can support you with the processes and approvals required at each stage of the research process, as well as with undertaking the research study.

Details of Masters dissertations undertaken by NHS GGC Nursing and Midwifery colleagues may give you ideas and think about building on previous research.

If you would like to approach academics about becoming involved in your research, this list of HEIs research themes and contact details may be useful as a starting point.

Detailed information and advice on all aspects of research is also available from NHS GGC's R&D Department.

 NHS GGC Library Services provide training and support in literature searching and other skills needed for undertaking research.