Dr Bronwyn Griffin is a Senior Research Fellow with Queensland University of Technology School of Nursing, based at the Queensland Children's Hospital. She has over 20 years experience in paediatric, emergency, burns and trauma nursing across some of Australia's largest tertiary Children's Hospitals.
Dr Griffin's work now supports the integrated spectrum of paediatric emergency, burn and trauma care from injury prevention/public health, first aid, acute care and quality of life outcomes. She has demonstrated outcomes engaging with various stakeholders in industry, academia, health and consumer networks.
Dr Griffin is a Fellow and Research Committee member of the College of Emergency Nurses Australia, regularly leading workshops and teaching. She is a member of the Steering Committee of the Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand and the Injury Prevention Committee for the Australia and New Zealand Burns Association optimising registry data for research projects and developing injury prevention campaigns. Dr Griffin also acts as a member of the Queensland Statewide Trauma Clinical Network representing Queensland Children's Hospital. Her research contributions have recently been recognised with the awarding of the Centre for Children's Burns and Trauma Research Centre Medal.
Dr Griffin's currently supervises 4 PhD students and 4 MPhil students. She has been successful at obtaining over $1million value of research funding since 2015 through competitive and investigator initiated industry trials. (view publications).