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The Joanna Briggs Institute
The New South Wales Centre for Evidence Based Health Care: a collaborating centre of the Joanna Briggs Institute
The Joanna Briggs Institute (opens in a new window) is a recognized global leader in Evidence-Based Healthcare and an International not-for-profit Research and Development Organisation specializing in Evidence-Based resources for healthcare professionals.
The Joanna Briggs Institute has over 60 Collaborating Centres, servicing over 90 countries. The New South Wales Centre for Evidence Based Health Care (opens in a new window) (NSWCEBHC) was established in 2001. The Centre has a strong research program, including conducting systematic reviews (SR), implementing research evidence, performing evaluation cycles and under taking primary research arising out of systematic reviews. A feature of the Centre is the involvement of clinicians to work with the core team to complete research.
The NSWCEBHC also conducts education and training on topics relevant to evidence based practice for nursing academics and health professionals. The educational activities of the Centre are focused on developing the skills and confidence of clinical nursing and midwifery staff in locating, appraising and integrating evidence into their practice. The NSWCEBHC also conducts training for clinicians and academics in NSW who are interested in undertaking systematic reviews. In addition, the NSWCEBHC also has students undertaking systematic reviews as part of a postgraduate higher degree research program.
Xi Omicron Chapter (349)
The school also hosts Xi Omicron Chapter (349) of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (STTI) (opens in a new window), and international nursing leadership organisation. The Xi Omicron Chapter is the only Chapter of STTI in Australia and is active under the leadership of Associate Professor Tracey Moroney (President). Other Chapters are located in over 90 countries and territories worldwide.
- Xi Omicron Student Endorsement Form (opens in a new window) [Acrobat Document: 23Kb]
- Xi Omicron Nurse Leader Endorsement Form (opens in a new window) [Acrobat Document: 22Kb]
- Xi Omicron Student Application Form (opens in a new window) [Acrobat Document: 22Kb]
- Xi Omicron Nurse Leader Application Form (opens in a new window) [Acrobat Document: 23Kb]
- Xi Omicron Board Members 2005-7 (opens in a new window) [Acrobat Document: 36Kb]
- Xi Omicron Brochure (opens in a new window) [Acrobat Document: 74Kb]
- Xi Omicron Information (opens in a new window) [MS Word Document: 32Kb]