Trauma Exchange

Trauma Exchange is a series of audio interviews featuring health care professionals and researchers involved in trauma care and rehabilitation. 

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Episode 1: A history of the National Trauma Network

Prof Ian Civil and Siobhan Isles provide an overview of the first ten years of the National Trauma Network, insights into the successes and learnings and give a glimpse into the Network’s future.

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Episode 2: State of trauma research

Professor Belinda Gabbe speaks about how the field of injury research is driving innovation and new perspectives in the care of people affected by major trauma.

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Episode 3: Māori experiences of trauma care and rehabilitation

Sharon Pihema provides an insight into the experiences of trauma care and rehabilitation for Māori and gives practical tips for optimising care experiences for whānau Māori.

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Episode 4: Rehabilitation

Jonathan Armstrong talks about how changes to community rehabilitation and the timeliness of services received following major trauma, has had a positive impact on consumers.

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Episode 5: Critical haemorrhage

Dr Kerry Gunn talks about a quality improvement project that aimed to reduce avoidable deaths from blood loss, after trauma. He covers some of the things that have made this work a success.

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