Queensland Trauma and Burns Quality Assurance CommitteeDouglas2020-02-25T15:12:26+10:00
Queensland Trauma and Burns Quality Assurance Committee
In a confidential forum, Statewide Stakeholders in trauma care have the opportunity and freedom to discuss issues and put forward recommendations for optimal trauma care across the state.
Identify through case review, opportunities for improvement in the management of patients with traumatic and burn injury in Queensland. The Committee discuss issues, provide feedback and evidence-based recommendations and actions aimed at improving health outcomes.
Remote, rural and regional areas of Queensland as a special focus for management of trauma and burn injured patients as well as the major urban health service districts.
Recommendations may be supported by:
Educational aspects / Symposiums
Adaption or Establishment of Policy or Clinical Management Guidelinesl
Advancement of Telehealth and other technical advances
Initiates Projects / Communications to support recommendations
Disciplines represented within the Committee from across Queensland include: Surgical Disciplines, Qld Ambulance Service, Retrieval Services Queensland, Physiotherapy, Anaesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, General Practice, Paediatrics, Rehabilitation, Legal Representatives, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Consumer representatives.