Getting to know you – meet Jess McDonald

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 from Jess McDonald from Launceston General Hospital and the RCH. “I am a Paediatric Emergency Physician & clinical lead for paediatrics in the Emergency Department at … Continued

Getting to know you – meet Tracy Hess

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 Tracy Hess from the Mackay Hospital and Health Service.  Tracy says: “I am a Clinical Research Nurse and work in Mackay Institute of Research and Innovation … Continued

New PREDICT publications

Congratulations to the following PREDICT authors: Ramsden V, Middleton S, McInnes E, Babl FE, Tavender E. Review article: A primer for clinical researchers in the emergency department: Part XII. Sustainability of improvements in care: An introduction. Emerg Med Australas. 2022 Aug 2. doi: 10.1111/1742-6723.14052. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 35918063. Babl FE, Herd D, Borland … Continued

Getting to know you – meet Nathan Forsyth

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 Nathan Forsyth from RCH and Swinburne University in Melbourne. “I work at the Royal Children’s Hospital and Swinburne University in Melbourne, Australia. I am a Clinical … Continued

Project Snapshot – PEAChY O and M

PEAChY-0: Pharmacological Emergency management of Agitation in Children and Young people – A randomised controlled trial of Oral medication PEAChY-M: Pharmacological Emergency management of Agitation in Children and Young people – A randomised controlled trial of IntraMuscular medication Trial Designs: Randomised, controlled, open-label, multi-centre, phase III superiority effectiveness trials of: ORAL olanzapine vs ORAL diazepam … Continued