THE CHARITY


Fundraising and Support from Trauma Care

The Trauma Care Charity was established in 1996. We have a long standing, strong commitment to improving the outcome of trauma victims by establishing best practice throughout the whole chain of care. We achieve this through education, research and publishing. We wouldn't be able to achieve our mission without your continued support and for that we are truly grateful.

 

Please take a look at the different ways you can help support the charity. Simply subscribing and helping to share our message with colleagues and friends will enable us to make a difference to the care of trauma victims as well as those involved in their care. 

SUPPORT OUR JUST GIVING PAGE

LONDON MARATHON GOLD BOND PLACES

APPLY TO OUR RESEARCH GRANT

GOLD BOND PLACES

APPLY TO RUN FOR THE 2021 LONDON MARATHON


We are opening up our applications for expressions of interest to run the 2021 London Marathon on 25th April 2021. If you are interested, please complete our application form and we will be in touch.  


Apply For Our Research Grant

To facilitate high quality trauma research, Trauma Care offers small research grants to support research and innovation in this subject area. The total fund available is £5,000 per annum, which will be allocated to one or more research projects, depending on a competitive process of application.

 

Studies with a strong multidisciplinary element will be looked upon favourably.  Ideally the project should have patient and public involvement. The study can involve primary or secondary research. All applications must be sent to admin@traumacare.org.uk,

  • Group Applicants

    Applications can be submitted from research groups, but the lead applicant must be a member of Trauma Care.

  • Support Any Study Costs

    The grant can be used to support any aspect of the study including but not limited to salary costs; statistical support; equipment; patient and public involvement; and transcription costs. 

    • Supervision Needed

      You don't need any previous research experience, but adequate supervision and mentorship must be in place.

    • Available to Members

      Applications for funding are invited from all disciplines including doctors, nurses, allied health professionals and students who are members of Trauma Care.

      If you have any questions or you require further information, please contact Prof. Jason Smith: jasonesmith@nhs.net

      Just Giving

      Please take a look at our Just Giving page. If you would like to pledge or donate, please do so by visiting this website. Please share on facebook and twitter.

      Raising Money

      The London Marathon

      Keith Lewis has run for the charity each year and been an admirable fundraiser. Find out a little more about Keith: 

       

      "In 2004 I had an accident at work, which left me with nerve damage to my right side and a numb lower right leg. I spent nearly a year at Salisbury Hospital in the Wessex Rehab Unit. Whilst there it was suggested that I run as a form of rehab so I started on the Couch to 5K. One of the OT’s mentioned Trauma Care to me so I applied to run the 2016 London Marathon for you, which I completed ending a Twelve year story.


      Obviously I continued running and still do my Running events for Trauma Care with our total just short of £6,000. I live in Salisbury with my wife Gracie and two cats, obviously had a change of career and now work for the John Lewis Partnership on the Leckford Estate (our own farm) in Hampshire."


      ABOUT TRAUMA CARE

      Trauma Care was founded in 1996 to address the need for commonly agreed standards of best clinical practice in the management of trauma. We aim to improve the outcome of the trauma victim by establishing best practice throughout the whole chain of care. We achieve this through education, research and publishing. No other organisation encompasses the diverse specialities involved in care of trauma victims from the moment of injury, to the return to active life.

      Trauma Care is a Registered UK Charity No. 1078780

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