Improving outcomes at Level I trauma centers: an early evaluation of the Trauma Survivors Network.

@article{Castillo2013ImprovingOA,
  title={Improving outcomes at Level I trauma centers: an early evaluation of the Trauma Survivors Network.},
  author={Renan C. Castillo and Stephen T. Wegener and Mary Zadnik Newell and Anthony R Carlini and Anna N Bradford and Sara E. Heins and Elizabeth Wysocki and Andrew N Pollak and Harry M Teter and Ellen J. Mackenzie},
  journal={The journal of trauma and acute care surgery},
  year={2013},
  volume={74 6},
  pages={1534-40}
}
BACKGROUND The Trauma Survivors Network (TSN), a program developed to help patients and families manage the psychosocial impact of their injuries, combines information access, self-management training, peer support, and online social networking. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the TSN in improving patient reported outcomes among orthopedic trauma patients at a Level I trauma center. METHODS We prospectively enrolled 251 patients with either severe lower… CONTINUE READING
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