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Abstracts for Roderick Little Prize Session, Thursday 17 September 16.45–18.15, Great Hall
Self-reported physical and mental functioning up to 15 years after traumatic injury: comparison with population norms
  1. H. Katsarelis,
  2. S. Mason,
  3. J. Turner,
  4. J. Nicholl
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    The return of an injured patient to meaningful function is the central challenge facing trauma systems. A better understanding of the impact of major trauma on patients is needed to improve trauma care and long-term outcome. This study was conducted to assess the long-term outcome of patients attending an emergency department with traumatic injury.


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