The new Jamieson Trauma Institute will revolutionise how trauma services are delivered, bringing together a unique and integrated group of services including intensive care, burns, rehabilitation and military medicine.
The Institute strives to advance trauma prevention, research, system and clinical management to deliver the best possible care for people who suffer a traumatic injury, be it those treated at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, other trauma centres across Queensland and Australia, or those under the care of the skilled and dedicated workforce who have trained at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.
The Institute’s ambitions are underpinned by collaboration and partnership with a diverse range of stakeholders across Queensland, Australia and globally. It will bring together a unique and integrated bundle of clinical services, build training and preparedness for disaster management events, and offer advanced military training prior to deployment. Through its research, the Institute will pursue fundamental trauma epidemiology, science and research, and collaborations with government, other Hospital and Health Services, academic, research and industry partners.
The Motor Accident Insurance Commission is a major funding partner of the institute.