Research at Monash Emergency - The Monash Emergency Translational Research Investigative Collaboration (METRIC)
There are always a number of research activities taking place at Monash Health Emergency.
Monash Emergency research is governed by the emergency research committee:
METRIC (Monash Emergency Translational Research Investigative Collaboration)
See more information about Monash Emergency Research
Monash Emergency at Monash University
Key coordinators of research (and fantastic go to people for your 4:10) :
Professor Andis Graudins - All ED sites and Monash Toxicology
Associate Professor Diana Egerton-Warburton - Monash Clayton ED
Associate Professor Robert Meek - Monash Dandenong ED
Associate Professor Simon Craig - Monash Clayton Paediatric ED
Dr Gabriel Blecher - Monash Clayton ED
Dr Pourya Pouryahya - Monash Casey ED
Dr Julia Morphet - Monash University nursing research - Monash Dandenong ED
Monash Emergency Research Co-ordinator
Ms Kathy Wilson
Is the initial contact point for research project submissions to Monash Emergency.
Kathy's role is the oversight and governance of emergency research projects and guidance and support for the process of ethics submissions to Monash HREC for people submitting projects with emergency medicine research.
All research projects conducted in the ED network must have the approval of METRIC prior to submission to the research directorate for ethical approval
Current research in the Monash Health Emergency Departments include:
Primary Spontaneous Pneumothorax Study (PSP)
Australasian Paediatric Head Injury Rules Study (A_PHIRST)
Renal Colic Study
Adverse Events Occurring with Sedation of Acute Behavioural Disturbance (SIESTA trial)