Oxford is a world-renowned centre for medical research, and the OUH NHS FT Emergency Department is rapidly becoming a significant locus for academic Emergency Medicine. Under the aegis of Emergency Medicine Research in Oxford (EMROx), the department provides an ideal platform from which to embark on a research project or career. We welcome approaches from all who are interested, irrespective of role, stage of career, or previous academic experience, and look to provide opportunities for each and everyone to contribute towards and learn from research.
If you're a research novice, follow our 5 steps below for becoming involved in EMROx research. We are currently engaged with and supporting a broad and extensive variety of projects, and if any or many pique your scientific curiosity, come and join in - let us know how you would like to contribute, and we can define roles based on your interest and time.
If you're passionate about research but unsure about how you can contribute, speak with one of our team and we will help you find your path - we look forward to having you join us as we face the challenges and rewards of research in Emergency Medicine!
Watch the NIHR animation:
"How Clinical Research in the UK is Organised"
Attend EMROX Forum meetings to hear about work underway in the Emergency Department
Tell us your research background (if any), interests and personal information
Take a look at the research pages on this site then fill out the adjacent form if you would like to know more about working with EMROx
Let us know about your professional and research background (if any), skills and achievements, courses and accreditation and any areas of interest - we'll get back to you and try to suggest ways in which you can become involved