The Trauma App has been co-designed by trauma consultants and scribes for the four Major Trauma Centres in Scotland, with additional oversight from England, Wales and the US. It integrates seamlessly into existing clinical practice, with scribes switching from paper to an iPad.
Martin has helped to facilitate conversations between clinical leads from Scotland’s four Major Trauma Centres to develop a nationally agreed consensus for what should be included in the trauma app tool that will be used by each centre.
As Associate Director of the Scottish Trauma Network, Kate has played a key role in ensuring the trauma app tool is fit for purpose in the four Major Trauma Centres in Scotland, and publicised nationally and further afield.
Prof David Lowe
As the Clinical Director of Health Innovation for Scottish Government, David leads a range of projects centred on decision support, AI and developing innovation infrastructure. He is the clinical lead for the trauma app.
Dr Kevin Thompson
As a Retrieval Clinician with EMRS and the Trauma Lead at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow (the Major Trauma Centre for the West of Scotland), Kevin’s role in the trauma app has been to wireframe requirements for new screens and interventions, and to review and test solutions.
Dr Alan Whitelaw
As the Clinical Director at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow (the Major Trauma Centre for the West of Scotland), Alan works with clinical leads from across Scotland to develop a national standard and consensus for the documentation requirements of the trauma app.
Ben developed the very first prototype of the trauma app and has led the Daysix development team in building the app to cover a full trauma care episode.
Jen has been involved in the frontend development of the trauma app. She works closely with the clinical team to understand requirements and explore the best ways of visualising the information they need on screen.
Dan has been involved in developing the APIs and frontend of the trauma app.
Dougie is responsible for all architecture design and data services relating to the trauma app.
James was responsible for project reporting to Innovate UK during the 33-month funding period as the tool was being developed. He now supports sales, marketing and liaising with external contractors brought in to assess and improve Daysix’s quality management processes.
Saskia created the body illustrations and icons for the various screens. She continues to work with the development team on the UI of the app.
Mac has helped with creating the PDF report, developing the dashboard, and integrating the app into the NHS digital records system.
Stuart created the trauma app logo and website, and has been involved in frontend refinements to the tool as it has been developed from prototype to full application.