MTN Coordinators

The Cheshire & Mersey Major Trauma Coordinators play a vital role in ensuring that patients get the best possible care and experience possible and that the patient journey flows as smoothly as possible. Through quality improvement projects, engagement with clinicians and delivering a robust clinical governance structure the major trauma coordinators are at the very heart of the major trauma network.

The Major Trauma Coordinators Group meets every six weeks and the venue rotates across the network. The group is chaired by the Quality Improvement Lead for Cheshire & Mersey Major Trauma Network and its aims are given below:

  • Share and review common protocols, guidelines and share best practice
  • Share lessons concerning clinical incidents and other clinical governance matters
  • Share internal audit data
  • Provide peer support
  • Organise benchmarking reviews and present recommendations back to group
  • Support the development of training and education programs
  • Implement recommendations made by the major trauma clinical group
  • Improve the patient pathway by highlighting areas that require improvement
  • Build and strengthen relationships across the network

Events Calendar

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Quality Improvement

Quality measures aim to find the most appropriate and deliverable measures that can be used nationally to help organisations improve the quality of care in their services. 

Training & Education

This section contains details of existing training opportunities available to staff groups within the trauma pathway. 

Trauma Surgeons

Patients who have suffered a severe injury often need complex reconstruction surgery and care from many professionals such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists...

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