Partners

Project Partners

Day of Difference Foundation

The Day of Difference Foundation’s exclusive purpose is to permanently reduce the incidence and impact of children’s critical injury in Australia. established in 2004 by Ron and Carolyn Delezio, after their daughter Sophie suffered critical injuries. The Delezio Family recognised that while their experience was tragic, they were similar to many other families whose children suffered critical injury. http://dayofdifference.org.au/

NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation

The Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) works with clinicians, consumers and managers to design and promote better healthcare in NSW. The agency provides expertise in service redesign and evaluation, specialist advice on healthcare innovation, initiatives including clinical guidelines and models of care, implementation support, knowledge sharing and continuous capability building. http://www.aci.health.nsw.gov.au/

The Thyne Reid Foundation

The Thyne Reid Foundation was established by the late Andrew Thyne Reid in 1944 and 1945. The Foundation encourages and supports projects in the fields of medicine, science, creative arts, environment, education, social and community needs.

NSW Ambulance

NSW Ambulance Service provides emergency care and health related transport services to over 7.25 million people in NSW, distributed across 801,600 square kilometers, making it one of the largest ambulance services in the world. http://www.ambulance.nsw.gov.au/index.html

NSW Institute of Trauma and Injury Management

NSW Institute of Trauma and Injury Management (ITIM), an institute within the Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI), is the body responsible for overseeing, coordinating and supporting the NSW Trauma System. http://www.aci.health.nsw.gov.au/get-involved/institute-of-trauma-and-injury-management

Office of Kids and Families

NSW Kids and families was established in July 2012 to work collaboratively with hospitals and community health services, GPs, primary and other healthcare providers, the Ministry of Health and pillars within NSW Health, as well as state and Commonwealth agencies to develop strategic priorities, evidence-based policy and cost-effective models of care. In November 2015 the name was changed to the Office of Kids and Families, along with changes in governance as part of inclusion into the Ministry of Health http://www.kidsfamilies.health.nsw.gov.au/

NSW Activity Based Funding Taskforce

The Activity Based Funding Taskforce was established to 2011 by the NSW Ministry of Health, to oversee and implement the activity based funding (ABF) aspects of the Australian Government’s National Health Reform agenda.

Australian Trauma Quality Improvement Program

Australian Trauma Quality Improvement Program (AusTQIP) is a collaboration of Australia’s designated trauma centres, providing a national capability to improve care of the severely. AusTQIP aims to share expertise and data to improve quality of trauma care, trauma system performance, survival and quality of life for injured patients. Building on the excellent work already in place at the Major Trauma Centres, AusTQIP aims to implement an integrated and coordinated approach to improving quality system processes nationally.