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Since the first meeting in November 2002, the EuroTARN inititive consists of a regular participation of 14 countries and support from many others who have come together to develop an effective system to review the standards of trauma care across Europe and develop an effective method for future data collection.


The aim of the website
Since the last meeting held in Hanover, there was a great deal of support for a preliminary data collection phase on past cases.

This website will provide participants the opportunity to submit this information online. The site is also an ideal opportunity to keep all EuroTARN participants and supporters updated on progress
and developments.


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2007 UPDATE

Trial Data Collection Phase & Research Paper
The group conducted a trial data collection phase and 14 submissions from 11 countries were received.
Thank you to everyone who has contributed and supported this project!

The data has been analysed and a research paper has been written regarding the project and the findings from the data collection phase. The paper has been submitted to the Journal of Resuscitation and it's anticipated that the publication will strengthen the group's ability to obtain funding - which will assist in further developing this very important project.

Further updates will follow.....

Although the reserach paper is now completed, you can still participate and submit data (as well as view data submissions of other participants) please proceed to the 'Submit Data' Section. If you have any questions, please email antoinette.edwards@tarn.ac.uk


Members Area
If you submit your data, you will be given a password to view your own summary and summaries from other participants. Only those with a username and password will be able to enter this area and is not for general public access.

To initiate the study, we (TARN UK) have submitted our summary and have made this available for viewing within the secured 'Members Area'.


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