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Helping children breathe

After more than a decade of research, EMF-funded researchers are set to change the way we treat infants 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 used in 31 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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In 2008, Professor Julia Crilly was a member of one the first research teams to secure an EMF grant. Since then, the professor has been a… Read more >

Australia-first ED social work service…

With an Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF) grant, researchers are studying an Australian first 24/7 social work service at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH)… Read more >

New oxygen therapy for children…

Queensland emergency medicine researchers are trialling a new device for children presenting to hospital emergency departments with life-threatening respiratory failure. In Australia and New Zealand,… Read more >

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Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH) is the lead site for a Queensland clinical trial aiming to improve outcomes for severely injured trauma patients with critical… Read more >

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Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital (LCCH) researchers took part in a large Australasian clinical trial, which could see clinicians using fewer CT scans and less radiation… Read more >

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