The 1,000 Challenge
Do you want to lead a research study that can make a difference to the health outcomes of your patients? Join the 1000 ChallengeLearn more
How to write a fundable research proposal
Are you seeking funding for your health research project? This step-by-step toolkit will guide you through writing your proposal.Learn more
The Global Health Network Conference 2022
Did you miss The Global Health Network Conference 2022? To catch up, watch the replay from here.Learn more
Missed our live webinar?
No worries, you can watch the recorded version here. In this session we discussed how get staretd in research and our panel shared those tips that they wish to have known when they started.Learn more
'How to' Toolkits!
Free and flexible resources to strengthen research processes, to plan and conduct clinical trials, as well as to implement a research capacity-building initiative in your communityLearn more
New Free eLearning Course: COVID-19 in pregnancy, delivery and the neonatal period.
New research shows COVID-19 is associated with higher risks of severe maternal and newborn complications. To provide the recommended care, we’ve created a free evidence-based ...Learn more
Professional Development Scheme
A scheme specifically designed for anyone working in Global Health Research. Watch this short video!Learn more
Choose from our selection of E-learning courses relating to nursing and midwifery research including the basics of clinical researchLearn more
COVAX: New Maternal Immunization site
The aim of the Maternal Immunization Working Group is to enable the evaluation and utilization of COVID-19 vaccine candidates in pregnant and lactating women.Learn more
Are you a Nurse or Midwife?
Get involved in research!
Global Research Nurses aims to provide you with the support, guidance and information needed to fulfill your role and enhance your career as a nurse involved in research. By getting involved in research, you will play a vital role in improving patient care.
Global Research Nurses is a programme funded by the Burdett Trust for Nursing
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