This course is available for FREE to Sigma Members.
Presented from the frontline clinician perspective, this presentation will describe how to successfully translate research into clinical practice. Examples of nurse-led research incorporating the principles of knowledge translation that have resulted in improvements in patient outcomes are provided. Be inspired to design projects that will really make an impact.
This course will retire after 7th July 2025.
- Participants will be able to describe one new concept related to nursing in the global setting
Kate Curtis, PhD, RN
Professor Curtis is an RN at Wollongong ED, Professor of Emergency and Trauma Nursing at the University of Sydney and an honorary Professorial fellow at the George Institute for Global Health. Kate's translational research program focuses on improving the way we deliver care and has attracted more than $9 million funding. Kate is has mentored more than 50 clinicians in research projects and was the 2019 Australian nurse of the year.