Background

Collecting and analysing information about trauma patients, their management and their injury outcomes informs future improvements to health service provision and development, with the long-term societal aim of reducing preventable deaths and permanent disability as a result of injuries.

 

Key Objectives & Outcomes

The Australia-India Trauma Systems Collaboration (AITSC) is laying the foundations for trauma systems in India and improved trauma care in Australia. The AITSC will use the experience of developing a national trauma registry in Australia to establish a national trauma registry in India by building on existing data systems in four Indian trauma hospitals, agreeing on a standard minimum data set to suit Indian sites and implementing standard protocols for data collection and management. By the end of program funding a fully operational and linked trauma registry will exist at the four participating sites and will lay the foundation for the implementation of a national trauma registry in India.


Main Partner Orgnaisations(s) JPN Apex Trauma Centre at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)

Geographic Location(s)Australia and India

Chief Investigator(s)Professor Mark Fitzgerald ASM, Professor Mahesh Misra

Project Manager / Officer(s)Dr Joseph Mathew, Dr Teresa Howard, Ms Madonna Fahey

Main ContactDr Teresa Howard

Year Commenced2013

Expected Completion2017