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Governance

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.

The STN governance is overseen by the Steering Group with a Core Group of management and clinical representatives from each of the regions and SAS. The Core Group has been created as the main point for discussions and action for the network to set recommendations and work up plans to send to the Steering Group for approval. The Core Group has a number of working groups sitting below it to work on their specific speciality.

The Steering Group meets three times a year and their terms of reference describes that the responsibilities of the group are to oversee, approve and ratify. The group is Chaired by Mary Morgan, CEO of National Services Scotland.

 

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News from the Network

Latest updates in trauma care from around Scotland

Major Trauma Rehabilitation

The development of the Major Trauma Service in the West of Scotland came with significant resource to provide rehabilitation in order to achieve the Scottish Trauma Networks stated aim of: Saving Lives. Giving Life Back. The rehabilitation team within the Major Trauma ward in the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital are delivering early, intensive, multidisciplinary rehabilitation […]

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HECTOR in Scotland – The silver trauma course!

  What is it? HECTOR began as the Heartlands Elderly Care Trauma and Ongoing Recovery course that was established to develop a training programme for clinicians and independent practitioners who are responsible for looking after older people who have injuries. These injuries that an individual sustains often play second fiddle to the complex comorbidities, frailty, […]

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RACH Paediatric Trauma Pathway

Paediatric trauma pathways in the NoSTN have been rolled out and developed since August 2019 across Grampian and Highland. Over this time, service improvement projects have been carried out to improve delivery of care to these patients. Of significance are the number of patients to benefit from the trauma pathway within RACH who do not […]

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