Established by Alfred Health and Monash University. We collaborate with organisations nationally and internationally to integrate Research, Education, Medical Technologies and Trauma Systems to improve clinical care and patient outcomes.
The Australian National Trauma Research Institute’s goal is to reduce preventable deaths and permanent disability from injury through research, education, biomedical engineering and trauma systems development. Our research is driven by the needs of the injured and our solutions are a multidisciplinary effort.
The combined expertise of The Alfred Hospital and Monash University’s educators, clinicians, scientists and administrators ensure pragmatic programs for healthcare providers. We deliver medical and nursing staff training, improvements in workflow and systems as well as technological innovations for improved outcomes.
Our Research Framework illustrates the responsibilities of our Research Management, Senior Research Team and researchers at the NTRI. This framework provides an underlying structure and processes to ensure efficiency and effectiveness for our team and in achieving our collective goal.Read More
The Alfred Trauma Research Committee have been established in 2021 to review and facilitate studies, particularly those involving Alfred Trauma inpatients. It will also facilitate feedback from trauma study results across The Alfred.
As a researcher, any studies that involve major trauma patients, from trauma reception to discharge, needs to be considered by the Alfred Trauma Research Committee before progressing for a review by The Alfred Ethics Committee for ethical approval. Please submit an Expression of Interest, via the link below, where the Research Manager, National Trauma Research Institute, who will co-ordinate the Alfred Trauma Research Committee for consideration.Submit Expression of Interest