Do you have a research proposal you would like to develop and present to the membership for feedback? Three proposals will be selected for brief presentation at the PREDICT MEMBERS Meeting (Wednesday 28th October 11 – 2 (AEST). Your presentation would be 6 minutes long, (max. 6 slides), 3 minutes is allowed for questions. Presentation … Continued
Our “Getting to Know You” segment ensures PREDICT members are aware of new members, their interests and areas of expertise and where they are located. This month we introduce Faye Jordan from The Prince Charles Hospital. Welcome to PREDICT Faye. “I work at The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH) in Brisbane, a hospital that is approximately … Continued
The PREDICT members meeting will be held on Wednesday October 28th 2020 online via Zoom, time: 11.00am – 2.00pm (AEST). Please find AGENDA attached. There may be slight adjustments as things progress so check the website for the latest version. Due to time constraints this year, presentations will be very focused and questions contained. Written … Continued
All PREDICT endorsed research that is published needs to conform with our approved Guidelines so please ensure you read our guidelines (updated in February 2020) here. Key points we wish to bring to your attention are: All PREDICT publications must be reviewed by the Chair of PREDICT prior to submission to a journal. Please allow … Continued
All surveys and projects, (including pilot studies) to be carried out with the PREDICT network, must first be submitted to the PREDICT Executive for review and endorsement. Our endorsement process is available on the website. Please read the latest information here.
New member welcome.
Our “Getting to Know You” segment ensures PREDICT members are aware of new members, their interests and areas of expertise and where they are located. This month we introduce Dr Gerben Keijzers from Gold Coast University Hospital. I am a Senior Staff Specialist at the Gold Coast University Hospital Emergency Department (Queensland, Australia). This is a … Continued
Our “Getting to Know You” segment ensures PREDICT members are aware of new members, their interests and areas of expertise and where they are located. This month we introduce Meg Wilson from Gold Coast University Hospital. “I am an Advanced Trainee of Emergency Medicine and a member of the Joint Paediatric Emergency Medicine program. Most … Continued
Congratulations to Natalie Phillips and the Queensland team for securing Emergency Medical Foundation (EMF) funding for $287,090 for SONIC: Study of Neck Injuries in Children. This funding, in addition to the MRFF grant led by Franz Babl, will support Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast University Hospitals to be involved in the study. … Continued