Research Portfolio

Research Scholarship: Dr Colin Page

Dr Colin Page was awarded the Noel Stevenson Fellowship (in honour of eminent Queensland emergency medicine physician, Dr Noel Stevenson) to undertake a Doctorate of Philosophy (PHD). Dr Page is studying the antidotes and treatments that are commonly used by medical staff when looking after patients who are affected by drug toxicity. The PhD will be based at Princess Alexandra Hospital within the clinical toxicology unit with extension to other toxicology units/hospitals within Australia. It will be undertaken through the University of Newcastle (NSW) under the supervision of A/Prof Geoff Isbister and Prof Nicholas Buckley, who are both leaders in…

Principal Investigator: Dr Colin Page
Amount Awarded: $450,000
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Research Scholarship Grant: Joseph Ting

This Fellowship enabled Dr Joseph Ting to complete the Master of Science (Clinical Trials) at the University of London.

Principal Investigator: Dr Jospeh Ting
Amount Awarded: $150,000
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Capacity Building Grant: Gold Coast University Hospital

Principal Investigator: Dr Gerben Keijzers
Amount Awarded: $210,000
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Capacity Building Grant: The Prince Charles Hospital

With an EMF Capacity Building grant, The Prince Charles Hospital Emergency Department has engaged in more than 20 research projects. The majority involve significant input from the Hospital's emergency clinicians, who are working in collaboration with other Queensland and interstate emergency department and/or academic institutions such as as CSIRO. Projects include: > DORM > QAS Clinical Decision Making study > ARISTOS, sepsis study > REFRESH, sepsis study > Paediatric ED evaluation > Paediatric ED discharge communication > Pneumothorax study > Lung ultrasound study > PHFEW, CO2 in paediactic nasal hi-flow > POTTY, technique for urine sample collection for pre-toilet trained…

Principal Investigator: Dr Frances Kinnear
Amount Awarded: $190,000
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Capacity Building Grant: Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM) is constantly looking for better ways to improve the care of the sick and injured. Patients are cared for by a team of professionals including doctors, nurses and other allied health professionals. Improvements in care come largely from high quality research. Our medical specialists in Emergency work on a wide range of challenging, innovative emergency medicine research topics. Their results are reported in some of the top professional journals, including the Lancet. Research led by other team members including nurses, however, is scarce despite the fact that these…

Principal Investigator: Prof Louise Cullen
Amount Awarded: $140,000
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