Dr Emma Tavender works at the MCRI Emergency Research group in the role of Knowledge Translation Co-ordinator. Emma’s role involves research in implementation science and developing and implementing strategies for the translation of knowledge into practice in the Paediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) setting.
Emma’s background includes over 15 years with the Cochrane Collaboration as a systematic review author and Managing Editor. Emma has a wealth of knowledge and experience in evidence-based medicine, systematic review methodology and undertaking systematic reviews of complex interventions that aim to change professional and organizational behavior.
Emma’s research interests, that formed part of her PhD, include understanding health professional behavior and developing targeted, theory-informed interventions to increase the uptake of evidence in the ED setting.
Wednesday 26th August 2020
Causation + correlation: cutting-edge research
Chair: Dani Hall
BaNGing down the door: bronchiolitis + nasogastric feeds
PIC'ing up the scraps: petechiae in children
Elephants and grey zones: imaging for head injury in children
Franz Babl and Emma Tavender
A special musical performance from Coldspray (Little People and Sounds of Sepsis)