Non foundation site – list now available.
Introducing Nicole Ghedina.
Introducing Melissa Spooner.
Ready to go!: Ethics approval has been granted and the RedCAP database has been constructed and tested. You should all have received email instructions on how to get going. The main steps are: Compile a list of who will be doing the data entry Send the list to Simon Craig who will give access to … Continued
The annual EMF Grants Award Ceremony was held on 13th March 2018 where 2017-18 grant recipients were recognised. Two PREDICT projects received awards – Asthma study “How are we treating severe childhood asthma in Australasia?” (Dr Ben Lawton) and APHIRST- Gap (Dr Natalie Phillips, accepted Leanne Diggelman from Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital).
PREDICT membership is required to attend October meeting.
The following PREDICT publications are now available.
New PREDICT research has shown that high flow oxygen therapy via nasal cannula can be safely delivered in emergency departments and general paediatrics wards in both large tertiary children’s hospitals and smaller regional centres.
The PICNICC study achieved target recruitment 31/01/2018 and has now closed.
We will again be aligning the PREDICT October Executive and Members meetings with the Paediatric Acute Care (PAC) Conference 2018. The PAC Conference will be held at Wrest Point, Hobart, Tasmania from 25th-27th October 2018. We have scheduled our executive and members face to face meetings in the days preceding the event and at the … Continued