Community Engagement

Community Engagement 

The RPH Research Foundation funds cutting-edge, world-class research that positively impacts on the health and wellbeing of our local community and the wider world. Improving and enriching the treatment on offer to the patients who rely on Royal Perth Hospital’s and the wider the East Metropolitan Health Service’s expertise is our reason for existing. It’s a high-quality, community-minded approach that not only pays big dividends to the people of Perth, but positively impacts healthcare around Australia and the globe. Whether you’re a past or present hospital patient or a family member or friend of a patient, chances are your life has been touched by a marvel of medical research.

We invite all of you to join us on our journey to continue to support the talented clinicians and researchers who dedicate their lives to making life better for each and every one of us. With your help, we can continue to fund research that creates a brighter future for all.

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Time Travel in the Emergency Department

Professor Daniel Fatovich, pictured above, is the Director of Research at both Royal Perth Hospital and the RPH Research Foundation. He is also a senior emergency physician and clinical researcher at Royal Perth Hospital's Emergency Department, one of the busiest Emergency Departments in Australasia, and has more than 25 years of experience in the design and conduct of clinical trials.
Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Western Australia, Head of the Centre for Clinical Research in Emergency Medicine (CCREM) at Perkins and an Adjunct Professor at Curtin University are some of the other impressive strings to his bow.
Here’s a snapshot of what his life inside the emergency department looks like.

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Pilbara Sleep Health Summit 

Did you know Australia is in the midst of a sleep deficit epidemic that's wreaking havoc on our health and wellbeing?

Since we at the RPH Research Foundation believe prevention is better than a cure, we teamed up with global leaders in sleep medicine to tackle this important issue head on at the inaugural Pilbara Sleep Health Summit in Karratha.

Circadian rhythm expert, Professor Russell Foster from Oxford University (pictured here with our Chair Professor Lyn Beazley), headlined the Summit and even gave a free public health talk to Karratha's residents, many of whom are shift workers.

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