Research Engagement & Requests

In keeping with the ACNN vision and mission statement in the promotion of excellence in the care of neonates and to enhance the quality of clinical practice and research, ACNN promotes and facilitates research related to neonatal care. 

ACNN has established a Research Special Interest Group, whose members are able to offer assistance in the following areas:

  • Writing and preparing manuscripts for publication

  • Ethics applications

  • Grant submission applications

  • Cochrane Systematic Reviews

Please contact for assistance

ACNN Member Participation in Research 
The National Executive encourages member participation in research and respects that member participation in research is voluntary. Research requests to be distributed to members from internal and external researchers are reviewed by the national executive and only distributed if deemed relevant to members. ACNN does not give members details to researchers, the participation request and documents are distributed electronically by ACNN. Confidentiality of members details is maintained at all times. 

Research Requests to Engage ACNN Members
Researchers wishing to recruit ACNN members for research/quality improvement projects (e.g. surveys, interviews, cross-sectional studies) are to email the professional officer, providing the documents as outlined in the research request and approval process