What the research seeks to do
Following on from the 2020 Jamieson Trauma Institute (JTI) and QUT Creative Industries collaboration on the short film A Future Vision of Trauma Care in QLD, which focused on the future journey of the trauma care patient, this project aimed to produce a film that would examine the role that healthcare data analytics plays in the patient journey. The focus was on illustrating the importance of this process as a predictive tool that can actually help improve efficiencies and outcomes for the patient’s quality of life.
Produced and directed by QUT’s Sorin Oancea and Joe Carter, The Future of Trauma Data is a vision for 2032. This video is the culmination of six months of intense collaboration between the JTI trauma data analytics team led by Professor Kirsten Vallmuur, and the QUT Creative Industries film and animation teams led by Joe Carter and Sorin Oancea. Whilst what is depicted in the video may seem futuristic due to the outstanding animations the team has produced, all of the digital solutions and uses of data are based on very real opportunities available now. Innovative Virtual Production techniques were used to create future-film sets and environments that complement the story of our patient ‘John’, played by actor Errol Morrison.
What are the research outcomes/ impact
This project communicates a clear vision of the future opportunities for trauma management and prevention, which harness connected digital health platforms and innovative medical technologies enabling a broad range of stakeholders to understand the critical importance of data for improving patient journeys and outcomes.
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