We are committed to participating in ongoing research to help us continue to provide our patients with the highest quality clinical care.
We have an active research culture at St John of God Murdoch Hospital and look forward to increasing our contribution to the body of knowledge and learning in health care in the years ahead.
See the 2019/21 Health and Medical Research Report.
Emergency medicine research
Our emergency medicine research aims to improve patient treatments and outcomes in this growing field.
Oncology clinical trials at Murdoch
Our clinical trials focus on improving treatments for people with cancers including breast, melanoma, colorectal, gastric, oesophageal, prostate, kidney, bladder and pancreas cancer.
Nursing and midwifery research at Murdoch
The St John of God Murdoch Hospital’s Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research delivers high quality funded research that is clinically driven and recognised nationally and internationally.
Intensive care research at Murdoch
Our intensive care research focuses on improving care for critically ill patients who need lifesaving intervention or close monitoring after major surgery.
Orthopaedic research at Murdoch
Our orthopaedic research focuses on how pain relief and other medications are used as a part of knee replacement surgery and rehabilitation.