The national trauma rehabilitation quality improvement project aims to understand and improve rehabilitation for major trauma patients.

This is an ongoing project and this page will be updated as deliverables are completed. 

The Network identified trauma rehabilitation as an area for the Commission to focus on as part of the quality improvement workstream of the programme, with the aim of ensuring major trauma patients receive timely support throughout their recovery through high-quality rehabilitation services. Patients’ recovery once they are discharged from care is of particular interest.

Two quality improvement approaches used for this work:

  1. co-design involving consumers to identify and understand problems and issues, and to design and implement resolutions.
  2. working with local project teams to resolve problems and issues via a national collaborative.