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Laying the groundwork for change in essential fracture care in national, international and global policy frameworks

Efforts to advance the care of the injured in LMICs must go hand-in-hand with existing national policies on injury care and prevention. Where such issues are absent from national health agendas, AO Alliance offers policy advice services for the crafting of national trauma plans.

National Trauma Care Plan for Nepal

The aim of this project, fully supported by the Ministry of Health in Nepal, is to bring together stakeholders in Nepal to identify potential strategies for the future development of trauma care and injury prevention. The Trauma Plan captures the policy directions and oversees the core system-wide development required to ensure optimized trauma care in the country, with areas including the categorization of hospitals, a clinical service capability framework and a performance indicators framework.

National Trauma Care Plan for Myanmar

The aim of this project, fully supported by the Ministry of Health in Myanmar, is to bring together stakeholders in Myanmar to identify potential strategies for the future development of trauma care and injury prevention. The Trauma Plan captures the policy directions and oversees the core system-wide development required to ensure optimized trauma care in the country, with areas including the categorization of hospitals, a clinical service capability framework and a performance indicators framework.

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