The goal of Iowa’s Trauma System is to match the patient’s medical needs to the existing medical resources. Information about Iowa's Trauma System can be downloaded here.
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- Iowa Trauma Registry Data Dictionary
- Self Assessment Categorization Application - Regional (Level II) and Area (Level III)
- Self Assessment Categorization Application - Community (Level IV)
- Patient Transfer Reporting Form
- TCF Patient Transfer Follow Up Request Form
- Trauma Triage Destination Decision Protocol - Adult
- Trauma Triage Destination Decision Protocol - Pediatric
- Triage and Transfer Protocols Summary
- Trauma Nursing Objectives 2007
- Iowa Code & Administrative Rules
- Advisory Councils & Committees
- Iowa Trauma Care Facility Directory
- Iowa Trauma Care Facilities Map
- Iowa Farm Injury Report Form
Revised Iowa Trauma System Hospital and Emergency Care Facility Categorization Criteria (effective date: January 6, 2014)
- Iowa Trauma System Regional (Level II) Hospital and Emergency Care Facility Categorization Criteria (2013)
- Iowa Trauma System Area (Level III) Hospital and Emergency Care Facility Categorization Criteria (2013)
- Iowa Trauma System Community (Level IV) Hospital and Emergency Care Facility Categorization Criteria (2013)
Trauma Nurse Coordinators/Trauma Coordinators
- Trauma Nurse Orientation Structure
- The Role of the Trauma Coordinator
- Trauma PI Presentation
Statewide Trauma Services Summary Report
- Trauma Service Summary 2012
- Trauma Service Summary 2011
- Trauma Service Summary 2010
- Trauma Service Summary 2009
- Trauma Service Summary 2008
- Iowa Trauma System Ten Year Report
- National Trauma Awareness Month - 2012
- Fall Injury Report April 2011
- STEADI GSA Final
- Unintentional Fall Injuries Indicators 2006-2010
- Websites for Fall Prevention Resources for Health Care Professionals
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