Associate Professor Paul Preisz
Senior Staff Specialist St Vincent’s Hospital Darlinghurst
Senior lecturer Emergency Medicine UNSW
Associate Professor and Discipline Head University Notre Dame
Associate Professor Paul Preisz, is currently the acting director of the Emergency Department at St Vincent’s Hospital Darlinghurst, Sydney. This is a major public teaching hospital at the forefront of medical care in Australia with a reputation for excellence and world-renowned expertise in transplantation, cancer treatment and emergency care.
Associate Professor Paul Preisz has a long-term commitment to improving emergency care for patients with issues related to mental health, drugs and alcohol, homelessness and social disadvantage.
Associate Professor Paul Preisz was one of the first NSW Directors of Clinical Training for junior doctors. He served for more than fifteen years as an examiner for the Court of Examiners of the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine and was Chairman of the final Fellowship Examination Committee. He now serves as the national Discipline Leader for the teaching of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine for the University of Notre Dame and is Conjoint Senior Lecturer in Emergency Medicine for St Vincent’s Clinical School, UNSW Medicine, UNSW Sydney.
A Randomized Prospective Single Blinded Trial of Analgesia in Musculoskeletal Pain in the Emergency Department
Tranexamic Acid Spray for the Treatment of Epistaxis
My Research Supervision
2018 Tranexamic Acid and Epistaxis
2017 Musculo-skeletal Pain Management Trial
2010 Syncope and Ion Channel Mutations ILP
2009 Atrial Fibrilation – Best Parctice Management ILP
2006-2007 Hospital Aggressive Sepsis Treatment & Evaluation (HASTE) Study
2006 Paediatric Trampoline Injuries
2004-2005 “Out of Hours” Non Contrast Head CT Scan Interpretation by Senior Emergency Department Medical Staff
2005 Dance Parties and the Provision of Mass Gathering Medical Care
2004 Can the combination of a low pre-test probability and a negative D-dimer test exclude the presence of deep venous thrombosis as accurately as duplex venous ultrasound?
2004 The Rapid Assessment Team – Implementation and Outcomes
2004 Ultrasound Guidance Versus The Landmark Technique for the Insertion Of Internal Jugular Vein Catheters in the Emergency Department
2003 A review of GBH overdoses presenting to the St Vincent’s Hospital Emergency Department
2002 The role of ProBNP in the assessment of the dyspnoeic patient in the Emergency Department
2001 Dead arm injuries in water skiing: are they preventable?
2000 The role of a point of care urine drug screen in the management of head injured patients presenting to the St Vincent’s Hospital Emergency Department
1998 A comparison of intravenous ketorolac and combined pethidine and rectal indomethacin in the treatment of renal colic