The faculty at SONAM is involved in a wide range of research at national and international level. Faculty and students conduct research in a variety of fields, and seek to expand human knowledge through analysis, innovation, and insight.
Researchers include faculty members, and graduate and undergraduate students, and they collaborate with colleagues across the school, at affiliated institutions, and at other research institutions.
Research activities are supported by funds and grants from within and outside the University.
To date the faculty has published many articles in indexed journals and in non-indexed journals and has contributed to book chapters.
The research at the University works under the Faculty Health Sciences themes of:
- Maternal and Newborn Child Health
- Non-Communicable Diseases
- Early Human Development
- Infection, Immunity and Inflammation
- Stem Cell Biology
In line with the University, SONAM focuses around the following themes based on their expertise and the need of the entity:
- Promotion of Maternal and Child Health
- Prevention and Self-Care Management of Non-Communicable Diseases and
- Quality of Nursing Education and Practice