Synergy Innovation Scholarship

Do you think a practice or process in your workplace can or should be improved? Do you want to make change happen and you need support? Consider applying for a SYNERGY Innovation Scholarship (SIS)!

The purpose of the SIS is to support Nurses and Midwives to undertake practice or process improvement projects within their work areas. If you are interested in applying it is essential that you receive ongoing support for the project from your direct supervisor, Director of Nursing or Midwifery and an academic mentor.

If you would like to know all about the SYNERGY Innovation Scholarship, please read the guidelines.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact SYNERGY at synergy@act.gov.au.

Previous projects

2019-20

  • Alison Aust - An evidence based synthesis design to inform the development of a healing environment for space and practice in cancer care.
  • Sarah ReevesImproving patient and family wellbeing In Paediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease with an IBD nurse-led holistic clinic assessment tool.
  • Josie Russell-BrownInformation literacy of Intensive Care nursing staff at Canberra Hospital.
  • Delilah ShelleyProspective study of febrile neutropenia patients post chemotherapy.
  • Clare StephensonSupportive care needs of people with younger onset Parkinson's Disease.

2020-21

  • Rachel Bilton-SimekOpportunities for everyday clinicians to make a difference. Do everyday clinicians help patients understand and accept a palliative approach to their life limiting illnesses?
  • Monica Scott - Creating a midwifery pathway for women that facilitates a vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC).

2022-23

  • Sophie Evans - Introducing a Learning Management System (LMS) to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Nursing Education Program.
  • Kelly FordDoes the use of distal-extremity cryotherapy prevent Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy in women affected by breast cancer: A feasibility study.
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