The Whitehouse Report 2018

Initial Report from the 2017-2018 Irish Research Nurses Network Survey on Research Nurses & Midwives
March 28, 2018
Count Me In
January 21, 2019

This report describes the results from Claire Whitehouse’s Florence Nightingale Foundation Scholar project. Aims of this project were to review nursing and midwifery research structures and strategies present in other organisations; to share working practices and processes and to increase international research links with the aim of developing a nursing and midwifery research strategy. The report contains the first model for developing clinical research nursing and midwifery teams (the Whitehouse/Smith model 2018).

The IRNN are delighted to be the Irish lead for this project and to build international links in developing a nursing and midwifery research strategy in Ireland. Hazel A Smith (co-author) is the vice-chair of the IRNN.

Report: The Whitehouse Report 2018

Press Release: Press Release for The Whitehouse Report 2018

Citation: Whitehouse, CL. And Smith, HA. (2018) The Whitehouse Report: Review of research nursing and midwifery structures, strategies and sharing of learning across the UK and Ireland in 2017. The Florence Nightingale Foundation