Emergency care research should be getting a financial and prestige boost, thanks to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
A new office formed by the National Institutes of Health should help direct funding and focus more attention on emergency care research.
The federal agency, which provides about $30 billion annually in medical research, announced July 31 it was forming the Office of Emergency Care Research (OECR). Although the office will not directly fund research projects, it is intended to serve as the focal point for basic, clinical, and translational emergency care research and training across the NIH.
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