Are you relatively new to the world of ICU research? Do you know anyone who is? Please let them know about the Novice Investigator Group.
What is the Novice Investigator Group (NovIG)?
Established in 2019, the NovIG is an ANZICS Clinical Trials Group endorsed working group that aims to:
Who are your NovIG Committee?
Elections for the inaugural NovIG Committee were held electronically on the 29 April 2019. The following members were elected for a two-year tenure. Please visit the NovIG Committee Page for more information.
|Chair||Dr Emma Ridley
Senior Research Fellow, Nutrition Program Lead (ANZIC-RC), Senior ICU Dietitian, The Alfred, Victoria
|Vice-chair||Dr Kimberley Haines
ICU Physiotherapist and Research Lead, Western Health, Victoria
CTG Trainee Rep
|Dr Elissa Milford
ICU Senior Registrar & PhD Candidate, Sunshine Coast University Hospital & University of QLD
|Secretary||Dr Idunn Morris
ICM Research Fellow, Nepean Hospital, NSW
|Medical Representative||Dr Sam Gluck
ICU Registrar & PhD Candidate, Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA
|Allied Health Representative||Dr Lee-anne Chapple
Dietitian & NHMRC Research Fellow, Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA
|Nursing Representative||Ms Stephanie Hunter
ICU Research Nurse, Eastern Health, Victoria
Who can be a member?
Membership is open to all health professionals:
There is provision for individuals who do not meet these criteria to be admitted as members of NovIG at the discretion of the NovIG Executive Committee, either by invitation or on application. If you don’t meet the above criteria but still want to be involved, we very much encourage you to detail your reasons on the application form.
Membership is free.
How do I get involved?
Membership of the Novice Investigator Group (NovIG) is now open for applications here:
What do we do?
The NovIG currently provides professional development and networking opportunities for the NovIG community alongside the ANZICS CTG Annual Meeting and Winter forums and ANZICS Annual Scientific Meeting on a range of topics and formats.
We are here to support your needs so we want you to tell us what you need! If you have suggestions for topics or speakers you would like to hear from please get in touch.
How do I get in touch?