The Trauma and Injury Intelligence Group (TIIG) was established to look at access to quality and reliable injury information. A major element of TIIG is the ongoing development of an Injury Surveillance System (ISS) across the North West of England.
The TIIG ISS collects and reports on injury data from local emergency departments (EDs) across Merseyside, Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancashire and Greater Manchester. TIIG also warehouses data collected by the North West Ambulance Service. TIIG is part of the work provided by the CPH Intelligence and Surveillance Monitoring Team.
- Countess of Chester
- Cumberland Infirmary
Furness General Hospital
West Cumberland Hospital
- Greater Manchester
- Fairfield General
Manchester Royal Infirmary
North Manchester General
Royal Albert Edward Infirmary
Royal Bolton Hospital
Stepping Hill Hospital
Tameside General Hospital
Trafford General Hospital
- Royal Blackburn Hospital
Blackpool Victoria Hospital
Chorley and South Ribble Hospital
Royal Lancaster Infirmary
Ormskirk and District General Hospital
Royal Preston Hospital
- Aintree Hospital
Alder Hey Childrens Hospital
Southport and Formby District General Hospital
TIIG Interactive Maps
Our interactive maps are produced to accompany individual themed reports. For more information on the data that are displayed within each map, please refer to the relevant report available on the TIIG themed report pages.:
*If you have any problems accessing the maps page please click here for an alternative index page.
New Standard published by the Health and Social Care Information Centre
The Standard on Information Sharing to Tackle Violence will ensure A&E departments collect and share data about injury attendances involving violent crime with Community Safety Partnerships, including: time and date of incident, time and date of arrival to A&E, specific location of incident, primary means of assault i.e. weapon or body part used.https://www.gov.uk/government/news/aes-and-police-to-share-information-to-help-tackle-violence
For more information on the new Standard and links to key documents please visit:
College of Emergency Medicine guidance
The College of Emergency Medicine (CEM) provides a minimum dataset which has been formulated to meet the needs users who require data about Emergency Department attendances.
Violence prevention study
Optimising the use of NHS intelligence in local violence prevention and measuring its impact on violence. This research project, funded by the Department of Health, aims to identify and support the optimum use of NHS data in local violence prevention, and to identify the impacts of local NHS data sharing on levels of violence.