Trauma Research Survey

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Are you interested in trauma care? Do you have a trauma related research idea? Is there a burning question relating to trauma you would like answered?

The NaTRIC (National Trauma Research and Innovation Collaborative) is inviting healthcare staff and patients, who have experienced major trauma, to submit potential research questions and ideas to their online survey, to determine the most important trauma research topics for the future.  

They are hoping that the questions will cover what happens before major trauma patients get to hospital, treatment in A&E, those who require surgery, getting out of hospital and what happens when patients return home (recovery and rehabilitation).

If you don’t have a specific question, you can still contribute to the survey by writing a comment about what would have made patient care better before, during or after being in hospital.

For further information and access to the survey visit: http://bit.ly/TraumaDelphi 

Published 13th February 2019

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