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Trauma programme project plan: Major trauma rehabilitation

15th November, 2021

This project plan has been drafted to outline the initial thinking regarding the trauma rehabilitation work led by the Health Quality & Safety Commission (the Commission), as contracted by the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC).

The purpose of this project plan is to explain key aspects of the trauma rehabilitation project, such as the aim, rationale, objectives, scope and approach. It outlines the associated resources and timeframe estimates and the key deliverables.

 This ‘final’ version was approved by the expert advisory group on 18 November 2020 and published by the Health Quality & Safety Commission in December 2020; however, it is a working document and therefore subject to change – updated versions will be published as needed.

This project is a partnership between the National Trauma Network (the Network), ACC and the Commission. It is part of a broader programme of work to establish a contemporary trauma system of care in New Zealand.