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A National Coordinating Center for Trauma Research
The purpose of this project is to focus on three specific areas of research identified by the DoD as high priority including: better solutions for vascular injuries, improved pain management, and better approaches for airway management. Additionally, this project created the National Trauma Research Repository (NTRR) that allows for data sharing, secondary analysis and greater power to detect statistical significance. As available research funding shrinks and federal budget pressure increases, it is essential that the return from dollars invested in research be maximized by replacing the expensive and repetitive assembly and disassembly of short-lived clinical investigator networks with a stable and enduring operational infrastructure for clinical trauma research.
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