Research

Contributing to carer research is an important part of our role as a peak body representing carers’ needs and interests.

Carers NSW aims to foster a culture of evidence based practice that is consistent with our vision and Strategic Directions. Our strategic policy and service planning is supported through research and evaluation. We are committed to undertaking and supporting high quality research and partnering with other researchers in order to contribute to evidence of what works in supporting carers.

We offer varying levels of research support and partnership. Potential research collaborations are individually considered, allowing for specific partnership roles to be negotiated.

Carers NSW is committed to:

  • Ethical conduct in research
  • Conducting and supporting high quality, relevant research
  • Applying research findings to decision making, evaluation, quality assurance and continuous quality improvement, and identifying service and research needs
  • Providing credible advice to government, industry partners, and the community
  • Influencing policy and practice that impacts carers and their families
  • Empirically driven evaluation procedures
  • Wide dissemination of results and communication of relevant findings
  • Developing effective partnerships with academic institutions, governments, and the profit and not-for-profit sectors

For further information regarding our research or to partner with us, please contact the Research Team on 02 9280 4744 or research@carersnsw.org.au.

  • Carer Survey

    Our periodic survey of carers, addressing a range of issues.
  • Projects and publications

    Carers NSW supports a range of research projects and publications on the results of completed research projects conducted by or in partnership with Carers NSW.
  • Research Community

    A new and exciting community of individuals interested in research updates and participation
  • Current projects

    Find out about research projects that are happening right now

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