Nursing and Midwifery Education and Research Unit (NMERU)

Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service, Queensland Health, Queensland Government

NMERU leads interdisciplinary, person-centred nursing and inter-professional research with the aim of improve health outcomes for those requiring health care in the hospital and community. With strong collaborations with Griffith University, NMERU links academic researchers and clinicians to produce high quality research of relevance to the health of people living in Southeast Queensland and further afield. A strong nursing Professoriate exists within NMERU with leads in the areas of acute and critical care, emergency care, sub-acute and aged care, infection control and midwifery. The Professoriate brings together teams of researchers from both academic and clinical backgrounds and has a strong record of incorporating patients and consumers as key partners in the research endeavour.

Organisation type
  • Research Hospital
Number of research staff
Up to 20 research staff
Gold Coast University Hospital, 1 Hospital Boulevard, Southport QLD 4215

Strengths and capabilities

  • Acute care
  • Critical care
  • Emergency
  • Sub|acute and aged care
  • Infection control
  • Midwifery
  • Knowledge translation
  • Health Services Research
  • Clinical Trials
  • Patient Safety

Facilities and major equipment

  • 750 bed tertiary hospital
  • 364 bed hospital
  • Robina Health Precinct Community Services
  • Southport Health Precinct Community Services
  • Collaboration with Griffith University
  • Collaboration with Bond Clinical Education and Research Centre

Lead researcher

Professor Andrea Marshall—Editor of 'Australian Critical Care' and peer reviewer for nine journals.

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