The scope and desired outcomes of the individual grant categories funded by QEMRF varies between grant types, and in conjunction with our mission statement, provides a number of key areas in which we measure the success of QEMRF funded research.
While QEMRF advances excellent research we also see value in building research capacity within a group or hospital, and connecting this group to multi-site work that allows them to learn from systems and networks that are already available to Queensland Health and academic staff in public hospitals. Possible outcomes that QEMRF favour when evaluating grants include:
- Academic excellence, resulting in publications
- Dissemination of results through posters and presentations at national and international conferences
- An increase in research infrastructure and participation within the Emergency Department
- Improved networks between Academic Institutions and Public Hospitals
- Better coordination of current research practices with the Emergency Department
- Demonstrated translation of research results within and among public hospitals with the State or nationally
- National and International collaboration in areas of interest
- An evaluation of lessons learnt whilst carrying out a program of work, that allow improved processes and methodologies and pertains to improved capacity for research.
As a result, academic outcomes of the research grants is only one of outcomes of QEMRF funded research. Please find a list of academic publications listed here.
For more information regarding our other outcomes, or if you want to discuss opportunities to further promote these outcomes, please contact the Foundation via firstname.lastname@example.org.