MAIC is proud to support the Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF) special research grants program, with the second round of grants now open.
MAIC established the grants program with EMF to encourage trauma and emergency health clinicians in regional, remote and rural Queensland to become involved in research. With road trauma in regional, remote and rural Queensland often resulting in more serious injuries, translatable patient-centric solutions are needed to increase survival and recovery times.
The intent of the grants program is to empower frontline clinicians from regional, rural and remote areas of Queensland in the management of trauma patients and provides them with the opportunity to explore their ideas and develop an evidence-based to stimulate improvements in the treatment of trauma patients.
Clinician-researchers will be offered support in their navigation of the research path to ensure that their ideas and voices are heard.
Grant round two is now open with $110,000 in grant funding available. Expressions of interest close on Friday 14 October 2022.
For more information on how to enter visit the Emergency Foundation.