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The TAC's Peoples' stories is a place for people to share their experiences and stories with others.
The Clinical Framework is a nationally supported document, outlining a set of guiding principles for the delivery of health services. These principles are intended to support health professionals in their treatment of a transport related injury.
Information you provide on a TAC certificate of capacity helps us make claim related decisions to better support your patient's independence, recovery and return to work.
You may be contacted by a member of our Clinical Panel or an Independent Medical Examiner, who can provide support and advice on the treatment of a person with a transport related injury.
Select from a range of standard outcome measures to help assist and assess your patient's recovery following a transport related injury.
Evidence reviews are used to clinically justify treatment options and to inform TAC health policy. Search for evidence reviews here.
Access the TAC Equipment List and other useful information on how to recommend equipment to a person with a transport accident injury.
We partner with leaders in health research to ensure health professionals have access to contemporary and evidence based treatment options when treating people injured in a transport accident.
Here are some professional development resources to assist healthcare professionals to learn more about the important role they play in helping patients to return to work.
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