Non foundation sites – list now available on website

As well as the list of original “Foundation” PREDICT sites on the “About Us” page on the PREDICT website, we have now added a list of the recent  “non-foundation sites“.  This may be helpful to look at when considering sites for future research projects.

PREDICT members meeting – members only

Just a reminder that to attend the annual PREDICT members meeting this year in Hobart, participants must be PREDICT members. If you are not a member and wish to become one, please email Marian (marian.chandler@mcri.edu.au) or Cate (catherine.wilson@mcri.edu.au) for a link to the membership application form.

Non-foundation sites – list now available on website

As well as the list of original “Foundation” PREDICT sites on the “About Us” page on the PREDICT website, we have now added a list of the recent  “non-foundation sites.”  This may be helpful to look at when considering sites for future research projects.

PREDICT New Projects

A reminder that any new projects you may wish to conduct with PREDICT network involvement should firstly be submitted to the PREDICT executive team for review, advice and endorsement.  Information to support new project applications is available under the research resources tab on the PREDICT website. We look forward to hearing from you.

PREDICT NEW PROJECTS

A reminder that any new projects you may wish to conduct with PREDICT network involvement should firstly be submitted to the PREDICT executive team for review, advice and endorsement.  Information to support new project applications is available under the research resources tab on the PREDICT website. We look forward to hearing from you.       … Continued

Project Snapshot- APHIRST Gap

Aims: Australian Paediatric Head Injury Rules Study: Assessing the gap prior to implementation (APHIRST Gap) aims are to i) determine the baseline CTB rate for a broad range of hospitals; ii) understand why there may be variations in CTB rates and iii) determine what resources are currently available and used by the ED community to … Continued