We were delighted to co-host the Complex Injury Network Scotland (CINS) inaugural educational event on Thursday 21 February at The Corinthian Club, Glasgow.

The theme for the event was The Future of Trauma Management and Rehabilitation in Scotland. Our Director and Consultant Neuropsychologist, Dr Andrew Harrison, chaired the evening and welcomed attendees to CINS' first ever event. The main speakers were; Stuart Barton of Digby Brown Solicitors who spoke about the Rehabilitation Code; Mr Angus McLean, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and Lead Clinician for the West of Scotland Trauma Network, who spoke about the development of the Major Trauma Centres; and Heather Cameron, Chief AHP Regional Services, NHS GG&C, who focused on Rehabilitation.

The event was well attended and provided an opportunity to ask questions and network during a relaxed refreshments reception. Our co-hosts for the evening were Anne Cossar & Associates and Digby Brown Solicitors. In 2018, we joined partnership with our co-hosts to create the Complex Injury Network Scotland. Our companies share a common interest in working with those affected by complex injury. As individual professionals we provide support in different ways to promote good outcomes in rehabilitation and care, whilst often encountering similar challenges. The aim in establishing the CINS is to build a platform where professionals can come together for networking, information sharing, education and training, and to collaborate in promoting best practice to bring about positive change in the field of complex injury.

To find out more visit the CINS website www.cins.org.uk/