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News from the Network

What's going on across Scotland in trauma care.

The North of Scotland are hosting a Network Trauma Event on Wednesday 15th May at the Crowne Plaza, Aberdeen Airport. The event is open to all health and social care […]

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Frailty learning event

A 2-hour online learning event “What is frailty and why do we care?” was hosted by the STN on 9th October. Subject matter experts from across the network presented background […]

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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 practitioners who […]

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Healthcare Support Worker NMAHP Development Framework for Major Trauma published

The Scottish Trauma Network (STN) are pleased to announce the Healthcare Support Worker (HCSW) Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions (NMAHP) Development Framework for Major Trauma is now published. The […]

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WoS Paediatric Major Trauma Study Day

The West of Scotland Paediatric team recently held their first Paediatric Major Trauma Study Day at the Major Trauma Centre in Glasgow. The aim was to increase knowledge of the […]

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HECTOR Scotland course off to a positive start

The first Scottish cohort of the silver trauma course HECTOR was delivered at Scottish Centre for Simulation and Clinical Human Factors (SCSCHF) on the 20th and 21st March. The 15 […]

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RHC Brain Surgery Patient Thanks Staff After Incredible Recovery

  A major trauma patient has thanked staff at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow for saving her life, with a unique brain surgery which involved part of her […]

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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: […]

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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 […]

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NMAHP Development Framework

  The Scottish Trauma Network (STN) are pleased to announce the publication of the Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions (NMAHP) NMAHP Development Framework for Major Trauma. This is hosted within […]

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2021-22 Annual Report

Introduction by National Clinical Lead Annual report time arrives once again, and in this new style of presentation my superlatives for the work of all who support the continued work, […]

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