The Trauma Audit and Research Network


Every year across England and Wales, 16,000 (approximately) people die after injury. It is the leading cause of death among children and young adults of 44 years and under. In addition, there are many thousands who are left severely disabled for life.

Our foundation in research and our highly skilled team ensures that we provide accurate and relevant information to help Doctors, Nurses and Managers improve their services.

Performance comparison

View all hospitals' standards of care across England and Wales

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Support and research groups

- College of Emergency Medicine

- Royal College of Surgeons

- British Orthopaedic Association



- Headway

- Surgical Reconstruction and Microbiology Research Centre

Latest news

TARN Annual Awards 2022 – Nominations now open

We are pleased to announce that the TARN Annual Awards nominations are now open.

Nominate your Woodford Award (TARN Co-ordinator of the Year) 2022 and/or Improvements in Care Award 2022.

Simply click HERE for more information and the nomination forms.
Please note we are not able to offer telephone support at present as the TARN team are working remotely. Please direct all queries via email and our support team will respond as soon as possible.
TARN Analytics: an exciting new way of reporting
TARN analytics is now available for most users, once you have access to this you will have a more dynamic reporting tool which will be used extensively by TARN for reporting in the near future. Please contact to set up your account.