In 2018, initially, up to $50,000 will be awarded to support a collaborative research project in the field of emergency medicine for the benefit of rural and remote patients within Australia. Further funding for additional grants may be available.
The purpose of the grant is to provide medium term (up to two years) seed funding for innovative research that may have the potential for future funding by other granting bodies.
To be considered eligible to receive EMF’s Rural and Remote Research Program funding your application must:
Research project topics related to emergency healthcare in regional, rural and remote areas of Australia could include but are not limited to:
Other: Leveraged funding and/or provision for a health economic analysis are desirable.
Duration: Preference will be given to projects able to demonstrate substantive outcomes within two years.
* This includes doctors (emergency specialists and rural specialists), nurses, paramedics and allied healthcare providers such as social workers and dentists.
Currently there is no grant round available. For more information, please contact EMF on (07) 3720 5700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.