Emergency Medicine Foundation Marks 10th anniversary with One-Day Research Symposium: Spotlight Training & Events
12 June 2017
The Emergency Medicine Foundation is marking its 10th anniversary with a one-day Research Symposium and a pre-symposium Acute Care Research and Translation Workshop on 24th and 25th August.
Research Symposium: 25 August
The EMF Research Symposium is a strategic platform for healthcare professionals, researchers and academics to actively shape the future of emergency medicine research in Australia.
The Symposium will open with leaders in emergency medicine research reflecting on the impact that 10-years of EMF-funding have had on emergency medicine research and discuss the direction that research needs to take. Following this session, Symposium streams will include emergency medicine service delivery as well as core areas of pre-hospital and acute care.
Acute Care Research and Translation Workshop: 24 August
Clinical adoption and research translation are enhanced when there is early and sustained engagement with emergency medicine professionals and this event will also showcase positive examples of this in action. This workshop will provide participants with key lessons for research design, conducting collaborative and multi-site research, and research translation including the development of new clinical guidelines and clinical roll-outs. This workshop is being run by EMF in collaboration with PREDICT.
For further details, see the symposium website or download the program (opens as PDF), and register to secure your place.