Who we are
The Paediatric Research in Emergency Departments International Collaborative (PREDICT) network, was established in 2004 and includes research institutions, healthcare providers and researchers involved in paediatric emergency care across Australia and New Zealand. It is the largest paediatric emergency medicine network in the southern hemisphere and is currently a National Health and Medical Research Council funded Centre for Research Excellence (GNT 1058560).
What we do
There are currently 14 sites involved in PREDICT throughout Australia and New Zealand, bringing together multidisciplinary teams who undertake multicentre paediatric emergency research projects. The network also facilitates the professional development of members through providing opportunities for higher degrees, provision of post-doctoral mentoring, funding research training and facilitating collaboration with global paediatric emergency medicine networks.
Vision and mission
Our vision is to establish an evidence base and improve emergency care for children and adolescents through rigorous research.
Our mission is to improve the power and capacity of paediatric research by coordinating research activities among the participating institutions and providing a sustainable research infrastructure.
See Reference:Babl F. E., Krieser D., Oakley E., and Dalziel S., ‘A Platform for Paediatric Acute Care Research‘, Emerg Med Australas, (2014) 26 (5), 419-22.
Member foundation sites
- Children’s Hospital Westmead (NSW)
- Gold Coast University Hospital (QLD)
- John Hunter Hospital (NSW)
- Kidzfirst Hospital (NZ)
- Lady Cilento Childrens hospital (QLD)
- Monash Medical Centre (VIC)
- Princess Margaret Hospital (WA)
- Royal Children’s Hospital (VIC)
- Starship Children’s Hospital (NZ)
- Sunshine Hospital (VIC)
- Sydney Childrens Hospital (NSW)
- The Canberra Hospital (ACT)
- Townsville Hospital (QLD)
- Women’s and Children’s Hospital (SA)