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Cate Wilson is a Research Network Coordinator whose role involves facilitating research operations across the Paediatric Emergency Medicine Centre for Research Excellence (PEM CRE) and the Paediatric Research in Emergency Departments International Collaborative (PREDICT). The PREDICT network includes 15 emergency departments in Australia and New Zealand who work together on multicentre clinical research projects related to emergency medicine. Ms Wilson originally qualified as a nurse and has since completed a master of public health and a master of program evaluation.
Cate Wilson is interested in both clinical and epidemiology health research. Currently, her focus is on clinical research relevant to emergency medicine across a range of health issues. In the past she has worked on epidemiology studies about assisted reproductive technologies. She is also interested in the process of accomplishing high-quality research and translating the new knowledge into practice.
- BELLS PALSY – Retrospective
- Bronchiolitis Management Knowledge Translation Study
CONSEPT – Convulsive Status Epilepticus Paediatric Trial
- APHIRST – Australian Paediatric Head Injury Rules Study
- CRIB2 – Admitted patients with bronchiolitis at seven Australian and New Zealand Centres: Retrospective analysis of epidemiological data
Halliday J; Wilson C; Hammarberg K; Doyle LW; Bruinsma F; McLachlan R; McBain J; Berg T; Fisher JR; Amor D; Comparing indicators of health and development of singleton young adults conceived with and without assisted reproductive technology, Fertility and Sterility 2014;01;006
Wilson C; Hammarberg K; Bruinsma F; Berg T; Amor D; Sanson A; Fisher J; Halliday J, Health and development of ART conceived young adults: a study protocol for the follow-up of a cohort, Reproductive Health 2013;10:15
Wilson C; Fisher J R; Hammarberg K; Amor D; Halliday J L, Looking downstream: a review of the literature on physical and psychosocial health outcomes in adolescents and young adults who were conceived by ART , Human Reproduction 2011; doi: 10.1093/humrep/der041
Corben L; Tai G; Wilson C; Collins V; Churchyard A J; Delatyki M, A comparison of three measures of upper limb function, Journal of Neurology 2009, doi 10.1007/s00415-009-5352-7