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The Center for Disaster Medicine and Traumatology

National Research Center for Traumatology assigned by the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare
Research

Research

Research at the center is performed at both Linköping University and Östergötland County Council. This results in a unique environment where medical practitioners, teachers, incident management staff and researchers collaborate. The center employs professionals from different scientific disciplines that contribute to a cross-disciplinary mission to expand the knowledge in disaster medicine and traumatology.

Below we present ongoing projects at KMC, organised according to Research Focus Areas and Themes. Read more by clicking the project links or by following the Reseach Focus Area- links.

Clinical TraumatologyExperimental TraumatologyModelling & SimulationHuman FactorsCommand
&
Control
Education
Basic ResearchSocietal impact of Covid-19

Prehospital treatment of bleeding
Skin transplantation

Gene regulation of skin cells

New model systems for wound healing

Nanofiber materials for wound healing
Stochastic simulation

Dynamic patient model
MedTechWound chamberWound chamber

HEALiX

3D printing of skin

Nanofiber materials
Stop the BleedFuture accident siteFuture accident siteFuture accident site
Teaching & TrainingTrauma epidemiology & training

In-hospital triage

Stop the Bleed

DigEmergo
Future accident site

Safe ambulance practice

Stop the Bleed
Health care management-Pandemic

DARWIN 2020
UtVäg B

Trauma epidemiology & training
Patient treatmentIn-hospital triage

Prehospital treatment of bleeding

Skin transplantation

Global surgery
HEALiX

Skin transplantation
Safe ambulance practiceStop the Bleed
Crisis
& Conflict
Victims of armed conflict

Rehabilitation after amputation

How children are affected by war
Honey for wound treatmentStochastic simulationDARWIN 2020

ENGAGE

Military C2

Health care management-Pandemic
ENGAGE

Focus areas and current projects

Clinical Traumatology

Experimental Traumatology

Modelling and Simulation

Human Factors

Command and Control

Education

Collaborators
Logotypes of collaborators to KMC
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