Co-design research in the Pacific: Part two
Michele Rumsey, RN, FANC, Director of WHO Collaborating Centre for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Development
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This webinar will share the work done that has identified several aspects which, if improved, could contribute significantly to the effectiveness of research and healthcare in the Pacific region. This research carry’s out an examination of leadership in nursing and midwifery in the Pacific. This is divided into two parts: firstly, it develops a methodology to effect good research in the Pacific, and secondly describes the research itself into leadership in nursing in the Pacific.
1. Identify and develop a suitable methodology for condusing research in collectivist cultures; to investigate how leadership in nursing and midwifery contributes to healthcare in a global setting, and contextualise this for the Pacific region
2. Identify the barriers and enablers to maximising the nursing and midwifery contribution to healthcare; Co-design research in action-stakeholders analysis and engagement strategies, advocacy and strategic communication
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