Celebrating 10 years of research funding

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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.

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

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Software tool predicts patient arrivals in emergency departments

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

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IV drips don’t sober drunks

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

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 Improving care for the elderly in a medical emergency

EMF has invested close to $600,000 in aged-care research projects.

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

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LATEST NEWS

Queensland emergency medicine research to…

The Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services, the Honourable Cameron Dick, has announced renewed funding for the EMF Queensland Research Program.   Mr Dick said… Read more >

Sepsis blood test for children

EMF has awarded a $100,000 research grant to a Queensland research team to trial a new diagnostic test for children with sepsis. “This could lead… Read more >

Children to benefit from latest…

Critically ill children will benefit from the latest round of research grants awarded by the Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF). EMF has announced 12 new research… Read more >

New research: diagnosing chest pain…

Two protocols for quickly and safely evaluating patients presenting to emergency departments with chest pain is being adopted by Australian hospitals. Chest pain is one… Read more >

Improving survival rates from sepsis

Sepsis kills more Australians each year than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. Daily, as many as 20,000 people worldwide are thought to die from… Read more >

People’s Choice winners

You voted and the winner in the 2017 People’s Choice award for the best emergency medicine researcher in Australia is Dr Kylie Baker. (pictured above)… Read more >

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