Research 101 workshop

A must for emergency healthcare clinicians new to research

Victoria Park, Brisbane,Tuesday 12 March 2019

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Improving treatment for babies with respiratory illness

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Rapid diagnosis for patients with chest pain

EMF-funded research is helping Australian emergency departments to rapidly diagnose the cause of chest pain.


Fostering research in regional and rural areas through our Research Support Network


Software tool predicts patient arrivals in emergency departments

EMF-funded software tool now available in all Queensland Emergency Departments


IV drips don’t sober drunks

EMF-funded researchers have found popular IV drips don’t sober drunken patients.


 Improving care for the elderly in a medical emergency

EMF has invested close to $700,000 in aged-care research projects.


EMF supports emergency health professionals to design, execute and translate research into better healthcare



New sepsis treatment a step…

Posted: 11 December 2018 Australian emergency doctors are at the forefront of a large clinical study to assess how clinicians are treating sepsis. Funded by… Read more >

EMF Annual Report

EMF has released its 2017/18 Annual Report, with an electronic version available online. The Report provides an overview of EMF’s activities during the year as… Read more >

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander…

The Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF) is funding clinician-researchers based in Australia’s far north to lead two new research projects aimed at Closing the Gap for… Read more >

Clinician research funding: why it’s…

Emergency medicine specialist, Professor Louise Cullen spoke to EMF, explaining why investing in clinician-led research is so important. Professor Cullen is an EMF-funded researcher who… Read more >

EMF secures funding for RSN

EMF’s unique emergency healthcare research support network has secured 12 months funding from the Gold Coast, West Moreton, Darling Downs and Wide Bay Hospital and… Read more >

Keeping elderly out of emergency

A medical program developed by clinicians at one of Australia’s largest hospitals, the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) is successfully keeping elderly aged care… Read more >

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