Monash Health Emergency Research Group

Research interests of the group are wide-ranging and include clinical research in emeregency medicine and toxicology, as well as applied basic science research in various aspects of clinical toxicology. Our clinical research focuses on pragmatic patient-centric research that is aimed at driving innovation and change.

Paediatric Emergency Medicine

The paediatric emergency medicine research group is based at our  tertiary paediatric ED (Monash Medical Centre in Clayton), and extends  to our mixed adult-paediatric departments at Dandenong and Casey.  Over 50,000 children are seen across the three Monash Health emergency departments each year.

Our paediatric emergency medicine group has wide interests in all sapects of the emergency care of children, including critical care and resuscitation, common illnesses and clinical procedures, diagnostic testing, pain management and clinical decision rules. We have strong links with all Monash Children's inpatient units, as well as the Royal Children's Hospital ED and other paediatric EDs across Australia and New Zealand.

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Emergency Medicine Trainee Education Site

The Emergency Medicine Trainees Education Site is designed to keep Emergency Medicine Trainees up to date with our current education programme and resources.

Visit the Emergency Medicine Trainees Education Site.

Emergency services

If you are a patient and/or require official information on Monash  Health, including the Monash Health Emergency Departments at Clayton,  Dandenong and Casey campuses, please visit: