In the wake of the COVID peak and floods, record patient numbers and insufficient resources, emergency clinicians are under extreme pressure. EMF is committed to supporting and reinvigorating emergency medicine research. Here's an update on the work we're doing. 

 New grants to support research into trauma care in regional, rural and remote Queensland
 Work with Queensland Health on a major research program seeking effective and efficient solutions to improve patient flow.

Find out more below and don't forget to stay tuned to our website and follow @emfresearch on social media for more news. 
More Research Opportunities
2022 is flying by but there are still plenty of research grant opportunities under our flagship Queensland Research Program

Round 37 is underway. New to research and keen make a start with an Emerge grant? You still have time to apply by 10 June. 

Plus Round 38 opens on 13 June with Emerge, Jumpstart, Leading Edge grants available. We can't wait to hear from you. Find out more
JUST LAUNCHED: Improving Patient Flow in Queensland Public Hospitals
Patient flow is a whole of health system issue. To help find effective solutions, EMF and Queensland Health have launched a major research program which will take two parallel approaches. A study to analyse patient flow is now open, with a Special Funding Round to follow. Visit:
NEW GRANTS ANNOUNCED: Trauma Care in Regional, Rural & Remote Qld
We recently announced the first grant recipients in this new, targeted research program supported by the Motor Accident Insurance Commission - congratulations to Dr Clinton Gibbs from Retrieval Services Qld, and Dr Tanya Mellett from Townsville University Hospital! Read the full story here
Events not to be missed
ICEM22 is fast approaching & there's still time to attend, in person or virtually. With an exceptional program including EMF Board Chair, Dr Kim Hansen and grant recipients. 

EMF is proud to sponsor the Gold Coast University Hospital Emergency Care Research Symposium in August. There are also unmissable events from the Australasian College of Paramedicine, ICEN, and the ACEM Spring Symposium in Christchurch. As our communities find a new normal post-pandemic, EMF grant recipients are encouraged to get involved.

Find all event details here