Access to Care

Right Care, Right Time, Right Place – Improving Outcomes for People with Spinal Cord Injury

Principle Investigator: James Middleton (NSW)

This research project is a study into the access to specialist care for people who experience a traumatic SCI. The aim of this project is to identify whether there are differences in clinical and functional outcomes in traumatically injured spinal cord patients, related to their early care pathway. This study tracks a patient’s journey from the scene of the injury right through to their admission to a spinal cord service. It also involves follow up telephone interviews at 6, 12 and 24 months post injury to understand the impact of early care on longer term health and well being.

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Spinal Research Institute (SRI) is a not-for-profit spinal cord research charity. Our mission is to support world class clinical research and clinical trials. We provide means for Australian and international spinal cord injury (SCI) researchers to build much needed collaboration and to translate research outcomes into life changing health solutions for people living with SCI.

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