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Our purpose is to improve and optimise the health and wellbeing of the seriously injured. Helping them, their families, each other and our nation. Pioneering clinical excellence, health intelligence, innovation, education and research.
This report sets out the progress of the network to early 2018, and plans to progress the implementation of trauma services across the network over the next five years.Download the report
Latest updates in trauma care from around Scotland
13/07/2018 | North of Scotland
The fourth annual NoS Trauma Network Event took place on the 23rd of May 2018 at the Muthu Newton Hotel in Nairn. There were 163 delegates representing a wide range of professionals, services and organisations across the NoS and further afield. We were again, extremely fortunate to have excellent speakers from within and out with […]Read more
29/06/2018 | Education
The next NoS Trauma Education Session will take place on Friday 24th of August 2018, 12.00-1.30pm. During this session Mr Manoj Kumar and Dr Stephen Friar focus on M&M’s and learning from excellence. A programme containing further details will be circulated in due course. The following venues have been booked for this session. ARI – Medical Lecture Theatre Dr Gray’s – Room 3, Dunbarney […]Read more
21/06/2018 | Education
On Saturday 15th September 2018, the North of Scotland Network is hosting Dr Gray’s International Airway Day at the Alexander Graham Bell Centre, Moray College, Elgin. This event has been successfully held for a couple of years now and this year focuses on pre-hospital care, tailored towards Pre-Hospital Care paramedics, nurses and remote medical practitioners […]Read more
“The NHS in Scotland provides a fantastic service to thousands of patients who are seriously injured each year and the addition of these new trauma centres shows the commitment to enhancing and improving that service.
The dedicated Major Trauma Centres will build upon the existing trauma services across Scotland and these together with the Scottish Ambulance Service and surrounding units will help to deliver a world-class standard of care for people throughout the country. This will help to ensure that patients receive the best possible care, right from before they reach hospital through to their rehabilitation, helping them to recover more quickly and support them in returning to full health.”