National Research Project Grant Round
Rural and Remote Emergency Retrieval, Care and Medicine
Expressions of Interest Closing Date: 5pm AEST 28 November 2014
**Expressions of Interest**
The Emergency Medicine Foundation supports and fosters innovative research, education and promotion activities and delivers outcomes that translate to real and practical benefits for patients and the health system.
We are pleased to offer our first national grant round funding research, education or promotional activities into emergency retrieval, care and medicine in rural and remote locations in Australia.
Eligibility criteria: The grant committee will accept research, education or promotional projects from individuals and organisations that can contribute to:
practical and translatable outcomes in emergency health service provision, and/or
outcomes that support more effective retrievals and actions where retrievals are not available, and will positively impact the lives of Australians in rural and remote areas.
Please contact us to discuss how your project may fit this criteria.
Value: Research, education or promotion project EOIs will be accepted up to the value of
*Please note you may be considered for further funding opportunities when submitting an EOI and have the option to opt out.
Duration: Preference given to projects able to demonstrate substantive outcomes within 1 to 2 years.
Submissions: Please submit Expression of Interest via the application form.
There is no limit to the number of EOIs submitted by an individual or organisation.
Shortlisted projects: Advised prior to 24 December 2014.
Subsequent full applications: Due 27 February 2015, using the standard Emergency Medicine Foundation online grants application system
For more information, please contact the Emergency Medicine Foundation Research Team on (07) 3720 5700 or $Qfirstname.lastname@example.org