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Research @ UCQ

With the vision to enrich health and wellness in Qatar and the Gulf region, the University of Calgary in Qatar (UCQ) is at the forefront of health promotion and disease prevention. While educating future nursing leaders of Qatar, we will engage individuals, families, communities, and key stake holders in education and research activities designed to enhance individuals, family, and community capacity to attain, maintain, and improve health.

With the aim of building Qatar’s knowledge-based society, the Qatar National Research Strategy (QNRS) 2012’s vision that “Qatar will be an international centre for research and development excellent and innovation.” UCQ nursing students, graduates, and faculty have been actively engaged in research training and activities that contribute to not only QNRS’s vision but also to the health and wellness of the people of Qatar.

The Research Office

The Research Office at UCQ support and assist UCQ’s research community in health and sciences. Our mission is to provide comprehensive support to Principle Investigators. We play a role in three phases:

  • Pre-Award Phase of application,
  • Post Award Phase of the research, and
  • Procurement phase of the Research

Contact the UCQ Research Office

Funded Projects

UCQ has a number of active projects funded by the Qatar National Research Fund as well as other funding sources. A summary of all awards granted to UCQ since 2009 in both the Undergraduate Research Experience (UREP) and the National Priority Research (NPRP) Programs in addition to active/completed projects is also available.

View UCQ's funded research projects.


UCQ faculty are highly engaged in the research community in both Qatar and internationally. Follow the link below to view the recent publications by our faculty.

View UCQ faculty's most recent publications.

Other Research Activities

From workshops to conference presentations, see how UCQ's faculty and staff are spreading their research across cultures and borders.

View UCQ faculty's other research activities.

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