- •Perspectives of trauma care professionals in Australia and New Zealand about the use of the trauma registry data are presented.
- •The key priorities in the trauma quality improvement are identified through an exploratory survey of trauma professionals.
- •Trauma registry data are under-utilised in Australia and New Zealand.
- •Using trauma registry data is fundamental to drive clinical improvement and system/process improvement in Australia and New Zealand.
- •The findings will support the strategic activities of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Trauma Quality Improvement Subcommittee and contribute to the strategies of key organisations that are responsible for improving trauma care in Australia and New Zealand.
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