The Trauma and Pre-Hospital Pillar’s vision is to conduct research that is innovative, collaborative, regionally responsive and globally useful at an individual, population and system level.
The Trauma Service recognises research as being an essential and valuable component of improving patient care and health outcomes. Scientific research supports evidence-based care and integrated and adaptive clinical practice by providing an objective and defensible basis for making decisions and developing policy. In addition, through quality improvement processes which can provide the first step in the research process, delivery of care can be enhanced as well as patient outcomes.
|Name||Job title/s||Further information|
|Ms Elizabeth Wake||Trauma Research Coordinator||LinkedIn | ResearchGate|
|Ms Kate Dale||Nurse Practitioner, Trauma||LinkedIn | ResearchGate|
|Prof Martin Wullschleger||Director of Trauma||LinkedIn | ResearchGate|
|Dr Don Campbell||Deputy Director of Trauma||LinkedIn | ResearchGate|
Our research covers multiples themes including:
- haemorrhage and trauma induced coagulopathy (bleeding disorder)
- the trauma registry
- post-discharge and acute care.