The Queensland Emergency Medicine Research Foundation offers a range of grants with the aim of delivering better patient outcomes in public hospitals and to develop research infrastructure within hospitals.
QEMRF Research Funding Schemes
$35,000 available funds
Designed to encourage and support emergency medicine trainees wishing to apply for funding for small research projects.
Staff Specialist Grants
$70,000 available funds
Provides seed funding for smaller research projects. It is hoped that this scheme encourage research which may lead to a larger body of work.
$100,000 available funds are granted per year for a maximum 3 years
Supports larger research projects through full or partial funding (including projects seeking additional funding from other sources).
$250,000 available funds are granted per year for a maximum of 3 years
Provides funding for significant bodies of work in which a number of separate but related projects could be funded as a cohesive program of work.
FULL-TIME $150,000 available funds are granted per year for a maximum of 3 years
PART-TIME $75,000 available funds are granted per year for a maximum of 6 years
Contributes to salary replacement cost for individuals seeking to conduct research as part of their clinical position or work towards further qualifications. Outcomes would need to include achievement of a relevant research-based qualification including a graduate certificate, diploma or higher degree. This Grant is available either full-time or part-time.
Capacity Building Grants
$70,000 available funds are granted per year for a maximum of 3 years
Open to Public Hospital Emergency Departments wishing to apply for funding to build emergency medicine research capacity in their department. The Department/Hospital must demonstrate existing research activity, nominate areas of interest, and provide formal support of the proposed position in writing.
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