Research 101 workshop


This workshop is aimed at Queensland Health employees interested in emergency healthcare research.

The presentations provide first-time clinician-researchers with the key information they need to develop a research idea, write a grant and gain ethics and governance approval within Queensland Health.

QUT School of Nursing Head and Director for Queensland Health’s state-wide Centre for Palliative Care Research and Education, Distinguished Professor Patsy Yates will lead a panel of EMF and guest speakers on the day.

Who should attend? EMF recommends attending this workshop if you are new to research and involved in providing emergency healthcare to patients. You might be a doctor (FACEM, Registrar, Trainee; Rural Generalist), nurse, paramedic or allied healthcare professional or otherwise involved in delivering health services in Queensland.


  1. How to take a research idea and develop it into a research project (Amy Sweeny)
  2. Designing a research project (Professor Patsy Yates)
  3. Applying for a grant – top tips for writing a competitive grant (Dr Angie Nguyen Vu)
  4. Ethics and governance – what you need to know when employed by Queensland Health (Vanessa Constable)
  5. F&A: panel discussion – your chance to ask questions (Chair: Dr Siegfried Perez)

Date:         Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Time:        2:00-4:30 pm (afternoon tea provided)

Venue:      Garden Marquee room, Victoria Park, 309 Herston Road, Herston (free onsite parking available)

Cost:         $25 (incl GST) per person; non-refundable

Places are limited. Ticket sales close Friday, 1 March.

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