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About the Network

Learn more about our mission, governance and the purpose of the network.

Data & Audit

Take a look at Scottish Trauma Audit Group reports and how the STN is performing across the country.

Network Regions and Scottish Ambulance Service

Key contacts and regional specific details as well as local news for trauma care in your area.

National Implementation Plan

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

News from the network

Latest updates in trauma care from around Scotland

SEoS Trauma Network Newsletter

Issue 3 There is a huge amount of work happening across the network.  This issue provides some background to the network, as well as a progress update on work towards enhancing the delivery of high quality, person-centred, safe and responsive care to the SEoS population. Download the full newsletter here.

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NoS Trauma Network Newsletter

Issue 6 The NoS Trauma Network formally went live on 1st October 2018.  Jeane Freeman, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, visited Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, the network’s adult Major Trauma Centre, to commemorate the opening.  The Cabinet Secretary enjoyed a tour of the typical major trauma patient’s journey. Find out more about the opening along […]

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NoS and Major Trauma Centre Launch

The STN Team would like to congratulate the NoS team on the fantastic Major Trauma Centre (MTC) opening on 1st October. It’s been exciting for our team to see progress in the NoS, particularly the wider regional network advances that have been made around the opening.  This is a brilliant example of what we look […]

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More News from the Network

Lorraine Kelly, OBE

“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.”