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MAJOR INCIDENT PLANNING

Understanding and planning for major incidents in Scotland

The Major Incidents with Mass Casualties Group is a partnership between Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorates, NHS Boards, Health and Social Care Partnerships (HSCP) and Local Authority Chief Social Work Officers under the auspices of the STN.

Its task is to produce a new national plan that sets out how health and social care services will come together to respond to the needs of adults and children during a major incident with mass casualties.

Have a look in the documents section below for bulletins from each of the meetings.

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Major Incident Planning News

Latest updates related to the Major Incident Planning

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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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 the Education and Training section of the STN website; https://www.scottishtraumanetwork.com/our-work/education-learning/ The NMAHP Development Framework for Major Trauma will be used by NMAHP practitioners caring for major trauma patients […]

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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, development and improvements of the Scottish Trauma Network will be brief. This is just as well, as the resources of my thesaurus begin to abate. […]

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