A survey has been created to decide on future priorities of the National Trauma Training Programme.
The vision for the programme is to achieve a trauma-informed nation capable of recognising where people are affected by trauma and adversity and then being capable of responding in ways that prevents further harm and which supports recovery in ways that addresses inequalities and improves life chances.
There is already a wide range of activity underway across Scotland to support that vision.
The survey is seen as an opportunity to capture that so that the Government can build on existing practice and look at where the Trauma Training Programme can most usefully provide further support to maximise impact and outcomes.
The results of the survey will be fed back to the National Steering Group on Trauma Training to support discussion around future priorities for the programme.
Responses should be submitted by Friday August 16.
The survey can be accessed here: trauma training programme