Our department is well-known for practising evidence-based medicine (EBM) and has developed a core pool of experienced facilitators. We pride ourselves in teaching EBM to students and clinical practitioners, both locally and regionally.
The ability to appraise evidence provides a natural segue to producing evidence through our clinical research.
We have made contributions to several international consortia, such as steering committee roles in the Asia, Australia, and New Zealand Dyspnea in Emergency Departments (AANZDEM) and Headache in Emergency Departments (HEAD) study groups.
We continually seek collaborations locally and internationally from academia and industry partners to broaden our scientific contributions in emergency medicine and beyond.
We have been successful in national level grants such as the National Medical Research Council New Investigator Grant, Transition Award, Health Services Research Grant and Clinical Innovator Development Award.
- Randomized controlled trials
- Arterial Puncture Using Insulin Needle Is Less Painful Than With Standard Needle (ALLAY)
- A Goal Oriented Non-Invasive Sepsis Trial (AGONIST)
- Pre- and apnoeic high-flow oxygenation for rapid sequence intubation in the emergency department (Pre-AeRATE)
- High impact publications
- Label-Free Biophysical Markers from Whole Blood Microfluidic Immune Profiling Reveal Severe Immune Response Signatures (Small)
- Mid-regional pro-adrenomedullin outperforms N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide for the diagnosis of acute heart failure in the presence of atrial fibrillation (European Journal of Heart Failure)
- Superior performance of NT-proBNP for diagnosis of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure in an Asian compared with a Western setting (European Journal of Heart Failure)
Interested collaborators are invited to write to us at email@example.com or follow us on X (formerly Twitter) @nuhEMDfolks.