Standardising trauma monitoring: the development of a minimum dataset for trauma registries in Australia and New Zealand.

@article{Palmer2013StandardisingTM,
  title={Standardising trauma monitoring: the development of a minimum dataset for trauma registries in Australia and New Zealand.},
  author={C. Palmer and T. Davey and Meng Tuck Mok and Rod J McClure and N. Farrow and Russell L. Gruen and C. Pollard},
  journal={Injury},
  year={2013},
  volume={44 6},
  pages={
          834-41
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Trauma registries are central to the implementation of effective trauma systems. However, differences between trauma registry datasets make comparisons between trauma systems difficult. In 2005, the collaborative Australian and New Zealand National Trauma Registry Consortium began a process to develop a bi-national minimum dataset (BMDS) for use in Australasian trauma registries. This study aims to describe the steps taken in the development and preliminary evaluation of the BMDS… Expand
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