Research Domains

The SNMHS engages in systematic, innovative, inclusive, interdisciplinary research, conducted with individuals, communities, professionals, and organisations to improve outcomes of care, and the health and well-being of populations through the life course from conception to death.

Our academic faculty and research staff have a strong reputation for collaborative, participatory research characterised by meaningful public and patient involvement. Our methodological expertise in co-design, implementation science, realist evaluation and evidence synthesis and translation are applied to our research activities which are aligned to four broad domains of research.

This sub-theme addresses questions in relation to physical, mental, spiritual and social wellbeing. Our philosophy is embedded in health and wellness, engagement with service users/clients  through...

This sub-theme emphasizes innovative and entrepreneurial ways of thinking/approaches to research on and in education to support evidence-based practice. It incorporates technological approaches like...

This domain focuses on the experiences of people living with acute and long-term health issues. Research on access and quality of care that is provided in integrated care pathways across all healthcare...

Working towards deconstructing barriers to healthcare, through innovative systems thinking and person-centred approaches. Recognising that health systems are open social systems incorporating people,...