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QEII recruits first Research Navigator

30 March 2021

Clinicians at QEII are receiving unprecedented support to undertake further research projects with the commencement of Research Navigator, Anne Zielke.

Based on campus, Anne assists staff in conducting research projects within the wards, applying for grant applications and pursuing further opportunities.

“I’m so excited to be given this opportunity at QEII Hospital, I see a lot of potential here.

“There are so many dedicated clinicians who are at the forefront of improved patient care and just need a bit of extra support to get research projects across the line,” she said.

Having worked at both Metro South Research and in the HIIRO office within Queensland Health, Anne’s passion is supporting clinicians to achieve their research goals.

“Research often gets pushed to the side for clinicians as they undertake the majority in their own time.

“I love that this role enables me to provide the support these clinicians need to progress relevant research in their department that could ultimately make significant improvements to patient care.”

Anne is already working closely with several departments across the hospital including Anaesthetics.

“There are so many amazing projects already underway at QEII Hospital and I’m excited to see how these will grow and develop over time.”

If you have a research project you would like support with, please contact Anne on:

Phone: 3182 6580
Location: Level 3 (office near the stairs), QEII Jubilee Hospital

Last updated 9 April 2021
Last reviewed 30 March 2021

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