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We are working with key stakeholders to promote the successful delivery of research studies in the NHS and to help plan new studies that will address patient’s needs. We offer support to projects run by research teams based at any university in England as long as the project meets the right criteria.
We collaborate with other national networks, including Trauma Networks. Major trauma incidents are relatively rare and most hospital accident and emergency departments see fewer than one case per week. Because major trauma is so uncommon, it is not possible for all hospitals to have the specialist equipment and doctors needed. With this in mind, regional Trauma Networks were set up across England from April 2012 to cope with major trauma services.
The establishment of the Trauma Networks has created a major opportunity to deliver high quality trauma research in a specialist setting. To make the most of this opportunity, Clinical Research Network-supported research must be integrated within the Trauma Networks. Work is ongoing to promote and maintain collaboration between the Clinical Research Network and Trauma Networks.
The CRN Injuries and Emergencies National Specialty Group membership includes representation from the National Ambulance Research Steering Group.
The BBA is a non-profit making organisation which aims to take forward activities associated with burn prevention, and the propagation of knowledge on the best treatment and rehabilitation following a burn injury. The CRN Injuries and Emergencies National Specialty Group membership includes representation from BBA.