National Trauma Network

  • New report released: Variation in trauma during COVID-19

    Recent study by the Waikato Trauma Service and Midland Trauma System, looking at variation in volumes and characteristics of trauma patients admitted to a level one trauma centre during national level...

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  • Save the date: National Trauma Symposium 2020

    Due to the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the Symposium has been postponed to Thursday 29th October 2020

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  • Annual Report 2018-19 released

    We are delighted to release the Network's Annual Report 2018-19. This report has more comprehensive analysis and highlights the progress made by the sector towards achieving a contemporary trauma syst...

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  • Physical Injury is a Common Cause of Death & Disability in New Zealanders

    We aim to reduce the number of deaths and the severity of disability for those who survive.

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  • Camp Unity connects families and whānau impacted by traumatic brain injury

    Camp Unity is a two-day event which brings together families and whānau, including parents, children and guardians affected by traumatic brain injury. The 2019 camp was held from 11–13 October in Roto...

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What we do

We aim to reduce the number of deaths and the severity of disability for those who survive. The National Trauma Network is leading the establishment of a contemporary trauma system in New Zealand.

The Year Ahead - 2020

This time last year it would have been hard to imagine the events of March 15th and December 9th which required trauma responses of a scale and type not previously required in NZ. So in 2020, what wil...

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