Rethinking Emergency Medicine Research Grant
The PA Research Foundation (the Foundation) is pleased to announce that the Rethinking Emergency Medicine Research (REMR) Grant is open for Expression of Interest (EOI) submissions. This grant is made possible by a generous gift to the Foundation for the PA Hospital (PAH) Emergency Medicine Department from an anonymous donor.
- What is the REMR Grant?
- What are some examples of previous projects supported by the REMR Grant?
- Where do I find out more information?
- When is the EOI due and who do I submit it to?
What is the REMR Grant?
The REMR Grant has been established to provide an opportunity for any SE Queensland university student to collaborate with staff from the PAH Emergency Medicine Department to effect change for patients and/or staff.
The project must be related to disciplines outside of the medicine, nursing and allied health, but with an outcome directly applicable to the emergency department facilities, staff and patients. Examples of eligible project areas those in the fields of:
What are some examples of previous projects supported by the REMR Grant?
- Influence of patient behaviour and personality on hospital presentation.
- PA sounds – an auditory snapshot of the lands where healing takes place.
Where do I find out more information?
Download the REMR Guidelines, the advertisement, and the EOI below:
REMR Grant Guidelines FINAL_(v1).pdf
REMR Expression of Interest
Contact Sandra McGinnis at email@example.com / 07 3180 1840 if you have questions.
When is the EOI due and who do I submit it to?
Submit completed EOIs to Sandra McGinnis at firstname.lastname@example.org by12:00pm AEST, Friday, 7 April 2023.
Late or incomplete EOIs will not be accepted.