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News from the Network

What's going on across Scotland in trauma care.

SEoS Trauma Network Newsletter

Issue 7 This edition provides an update on recruitment in the network, training and education for staff as well as key learning for the regions Clinical Governance. Download the newsletter in full HERE.

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NoS Trauma Network Event 2020

SAVE THE DATE – North of Scotland is hosting their annual event. When: Wednesday 28th October 2020 Where: The Muthu Newton Hotel and Highland Conference Centre, Nairn Who: Open to all health and social care professionals in the North of Scotland who are involved in the delivery and planning of trauma care. Event Programme will […]

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BASICS Scotland – Tele-education

Paediatric Tele-education  BASICs are running a online course aimed at emergency medicine professionals and running 12 weeks, starting on Tuesday 7th April 2020. A new lesson is released every week and each weekly lesson will contain a pre-recorded presentation by specialty doctor in emergency medicine Karyn Webster. The pre-recorded presentations are available on BASICS e-learning […]

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SEOS Trauma Network Newsletter

Issue 6 This edition provides an update on the ongoing work across the network as we progress towards implementation in 2021. Download the full newsletter here.

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NoS Trauma Network Newsletter

Issue 8 This edition provides an update on recent recruitment, upcoming educational events and an event evaluation from their conference in October 2019. Download the full newsletter here 

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Headway

Recently Luke Griggs, the Deputy Chief Executive of Headway attended the STN Rehabilitation Group meeting. Luke spoke about the support Headway can offer to patients and their families when a brain injury occurs. To read more information on headways services, please click the link below; Acute support when brain injury strikes To view Headway’s website […]

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SEoS Trauma Network Newsletter

Issue 5 This edition provides an update on the ongoing work across the network as we progress towards implementation in 2021. Download the full newsletter here.

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Scottish Trauma Network Conference – A growing Network, a platform for change

The second annual Scottish Trauma Network (STN) conference took place in Edinburgh on 26 and 27 June 2019. The event showcased and celebrated innovation and collaboration in the development of Scotland’s new trauma system – designed to deliver the highest quality of integrated, multi-speciality care for severely injured patients. A demonstration of Scotland’s new trauma […]

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The Role of an Advanced Critical Care Practitioner

Joel Symonds, Advanced Critical Care Practitioner, tells us about this exciting project. In November 2018, I was privileged to be accepted as a trainee Advanced Critical Care Practitioner with the Scottish Ambulance Service and Scottish Trauma Network.  I’ve worked for the Scottish Ambulance Service since joining as a “Direct Entrant” in 2006, originally at Edinburgh […]

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STN Event 2019 - Registration Now Open!!

We are delighted to announce that registration for the STN event on 26th and 27th June 2019, at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, is now open! To view the draft programme and register for the event, please follow this link to the event site: https://book.shsc.scot/scottraumaconference We look forward to seeing you all there!

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SEoS Trauma Network Newsletter

Issue 4 This edition provides an update on the work that has progressed over the last year as the SEoS look towards entering year three of the network’s implementation. Download the full newsletter here.

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Trauma Case Managers – 6 months in

Lorraine Harris, Major Trauma Case Manager from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, provided some insight into being a Trauma Case Manager/Co-ordinator at the North of Scotland MTC. How do you feel the first six months in Scotland’s first Major Trauma Centre has gone? The first 6 months have gone in so quickly, as a team, I really […]

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