A collaborative research network for acute care in New Zealand
New Zealand/Aotearoa will have a world-leading, patient-centered emergency care research network which will improve emergency care for all, so that people coming to any emergency department in the country will have access to the same world-class emergency care.
To work with stakeholders at all levels to foster discovery and advance the art and science of emergency medicine. To achieve this mission we will pursue the aims of:
Knowledge creation through high quality research and innovation
Knowledge translation through stakeholder involvement and networks, both local and international
Stewardship and value for both patients and the general public
By having the patient/consumer at the heart of everything we do, we support individual and family/whanau participation and decision-making about emergency care research at every level.
By conducting research of a high standard and evaluating the effectiveness of interventions while maintaining a practical approach, we create strong evidence to inform best practice.
Partnership & Openness
By working alongside local and international stakeholders we improve the quality of emergency care knowledge translation in New Zealand/Aotearoa and globally. We value the views of other professionals and diversity of culture and opinion. We openly share ideas and knowledge amongst research network members while respecting individual contributions.
Transparency & Integrity
We share information with integrity and advocate for each other’s projects in a culture of support and collaboration. We are trustworthy and communicate in clear language for all to understand.
By showing strong leadership we set the direction for emergency care research in New Zealand/Aotearoa and encourage innovation and change to achieve our shared vision.
NZ EMN activities become ACEM accredited
From August 2018 NZ EMN meetings have been given Australasian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM) accreditation, which means meetings will count as CPD hours (Quality Enhancement category) for the duration of attendance.
NZ EMN is launched
We are proud to announce that the New Zealand Emergency Medicine Birth Notice was accepted in full by Emergency Medicine Australasia.