11 December 2008: Australian Catholic University (ACU) Vice-Chancellor Professor Greg Craven recently hosted the launch of the University's Faculty of Health Science's newest collaborative research centre, the National Centre for Clinical Outcomes Research, Nursing and Midwifery (NaCCOR).
Professor Sandy Middleton
Guests at the launch included NaCCOR Director ACU St Vincents & Mater Health Sydney Professor Sandy Middleton St Vincent’s/ACU Centre for Nursing Research Director Professor Linda Worrall-Carter, St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney Acting Director of Nursing Patient Care Ms Maeve Tumulty, St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney Director of Nursing and Patient Care and Acting Executive Director Aged Care and Sub Acute Care Clinical Associate Professor Leslie Everson.
St Vincent’s Private Hospital Director of Nursing Associate Professor Jose Aguilera and The Mater Hospital Sydney Director of Nursing Barbara Paris also attended, along with many high profile researchers and health carers from ACU’s North Sydney (MacKillop) and Melbourne (St Patricks) campuses and collaborating institutions.
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