Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine Research Group

The Emergency Medicine Research Group (EMeRG), led by Dr. Brian Rowe, promotes evidence-based medicine by bridging the gap between research and clinical practice. Through partnerships and community involvement, we build an environment rich with opportunities to teach, learn and contribute to the ongoing development of research in our field. Through engaged scholarship and practice, we are committed to treating and preventing illness and injury, and to encouraging best practices in acute clinical care and health promotion. We strive to be a world leader in creating new knowledge for evidence-based practice in Emergency Medicine. Through primary and secondary research, publications (including journals and books), and teaching activities, we promote the development of clinical support systems (such as clinical practice guidelines and clinical applications) to advance the field of Emergency Medicine.


Mission

The Emergency Medicine Research Group promotes evidence-based medicine by bridging the gap between research and clinical practice. Through partnerships and community involvement, we build an environment rich with opportunities to teach, learn and contribute to the ongoing development of research in our field. Through engaged scholarship and practice, we are committed to treating and preventing illness and injury, and to encouraging best practices in acute clinical care and health promotion.

Vision

The Emergency Medicine Research Program strives to be a world leader in creating new knowledge for evidence-based practice in Emergency Medicine. Through primary and secondary research, publications (including journals and books), and teaching activities, we promote the development of clinical support systems (such as clinical practice guidelines and informatics) to advance the field of Emergency Medicine.