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Welcome to the trauma app project

Current progress: Planning & Design

Transforming trauma care

Developing an application to record and assist in major trauma cases with the aim of transforming the delivery of trauma care to ultimately save lives.

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ATLS

ATLS

Based on ATLS protocol and designed in collaboration with trauma clinicians from NHS Scotland/England.
Real-time

Real-time

Highly granular timeline of data points generated in real time by the scribe or user.
Decision support

Decision support

Real-time analysis of timeline against ATLS protocol with cognitive aides to assist clinicians.
Rapid input

Rapid input

Quicker and more accurate data input than existing paper forms.
Automated reporting

Automated reporting

Automated reporting to reducing post case clinical paperwork.

Project partners

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Daysix

An Edinburgh-based digital communications and software agency with a track record of delivering brand, design and software in healthcare.

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Scottish Trauma Network

A Steering Group with representatives from Scotland’s four Major Trauma Centres, together ensuring the final product is fit for adoption in their centres.

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EmQuire

A group of clinicians at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow focussing on innovations and Quality Improvement within healthcare.

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Project reflections

Going international – reflections from The Big Sick 2019

February 21, 2019

Going international – reflections from The Big Sick 2019

Dr David Lowe reflects on The Big Sick 2019, a health conference held in Switzerland on the resuscitation of the sickest patients.

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Learning Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) as a software developer

February 7, 2019

Learning Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) as a software developer

Octav joined Daysix in 2017 and was instrumental in developing the prototype trauma app. In this blog post he discusses his experience of doing an Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) course.

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Project inception – clinician perspective

January 11, 2019

Project inception – clinician perspective

Alan gives us his clinician perspective from the point of project inception.

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Reflections of a project manager

October 15, 2018

Reflections of a project manager

New to the project and new to Daysix, James shares his initial reflections of everything Trauma App as the project kicks off in earnest.

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Innovate UK funding

October 4, 2018

Innovate UK funding

We’re delighted to announce that Daysix has been awarded £290,000 by Innovate UK to develop the trauma app. A further £130,000 has been awarded to our partner Emquire, who will support the project with clinical expertise and app evaluation.

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Beta testing

If you are interested in being a beta tester or using the trauma app in your centre, please let us know in the comments box and we’ll get in touch with you directly.