Memorial University School of Nursing established the Nursing Research Unit (NRU) in 1999 to support nursing research activities.
The mandate of the NRU is to enhance the development and dissemination of knowledge in nursing. This knowledge will inform practice and policies relating to nursing care and the delivery of nursing services to individuals, families, communities, populations, and health care organizations.
The goals of the NRU include building a nursing research infrastructure and network within Newfoundland by:
If you would like more information about the NRU and its services, please contact our coordinator, Joanne Smith-Young at (709) 777-7106 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Memorial University's Office of Research offers a variety of support services and information for faculty, students and staff.
The Health Sciences Library at Memorial University provides a variety of services and resources for faculty and staff at the School of Nursing.
Literature Searching: Librarians will perform literature searches in relevant databases on requested topics. This service is available at no cost for MUN faculty and staff. To request a literature search, visit http://www.library.mun.ca/hsl/policies/litsearch/
Online Resources: The Health Sciences Library provides access to databases, electronic journals and books in the fields of nursing, medicine & allied health. For a listing of books and resources about research methodology and nursing theory, visit http://guides.library.mun.ca/nursing/researchandtheory
If you have questions about literature reviews, copyright, research metrics, or open access publishing, do not hesitate to contact us!