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Exploring the potential of international networks in research

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Lecture Theatre 1.D.04 Edinburgh Napier University, Sighthill Campus

9 Sighthill Court

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Professor Sheree Smith, Professor of Nursing at Western Australia University will be joining us to discuss the Lung, Sleep and Heart Health Research Network (LUSH). This network, which was founded by Sheree, has evolved into a multi-state, multi-institutional virtual network that support the development of clinically relevant research studies. The network builds registered nurses’ research capabilities and capacity as partners in research. They also support research training through supervision of Honours, Masters and PhD students.

Sheree has received national and international research awards including the inaugural Co-operative Research Centre for Asthma and Asthma Australia PhD top-up scholarship and first international Post-doctoral Capability Bursary to the University of Oxford’s Department of Primary Health Care and Centre for Evidence Based Medicine.

This lecture promises to be engaging and informative. Sheree will outline the potential of international networks and discuss how LUSH came to be. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and develop relationships for potential future research. This day is a great opportunity for students, staff and clinicians to learn from an internationally recognised researcher who is an expert in her field.

23rd April 2018, 2pm – 3.30pm

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Tea and coffee will be provided.

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No parking available at our Sighthill Campus, however we have good transport links by bus or

by tram.

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EH11 4BN

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