British Burn Association British Burn Association British Burn Association British Burn Association British Burn Association

Welcome to the BBA

The BBA is a non-profit making organisation whose membership is made up of those people interested in taking forward the Aims of the Association which are burn prevention, and the propagation of knowledge on the best treatment and rehabilitation following a burn injury.

The Association organises educational events and an annual scientific meeting to provide a forum for both members and non-members.

A website advertising facility for meetings, courses and study days is open to members only.  Agreed allied professional organisations are also eligible to advertise on the website. To advertise, please contact the BBA Manager at:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  Please note that the BBA does not offer a course endorsement facility.

News & Events

Meetings and Conferences

Royal College of Emergency Medicine Annual CPD Conference 2017

To be held on 3 - 5 April 2017

Venue:  etc.venues, 155 Bishopsgate, London - #RCEMCPD17

Join the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) in the heart of London at their Annual CPD Conference 2017. This conference covers a number of key themes including trauma, acute on chronic disease and frailty, pregnancy related problems, paediatric EM, critical care and the resus room plus education and sustainability. In addition to all this, relax and unwind with your peers at our complimentary drinks reception at the end of day 1.

For further information and booking details, please go to:  https://www.rcem.ac.uk/cpdconference2017

Study Days

Burns Management Study Days

3rd March 2017

To be held at the Education Centre, Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead at 9 - 5pm on the following dates:

3rd March 2017
19th May 2017
23rd June 2017
6th October 2017
24th November 2017

The study day will cover: causes and types of burns, burn size and depth assessment, emergency management of severe burns, burns first aid, burns fluid resuscitation, burns referral, minor burns assessment and management, toxic shock syndrome, non-accidental burn injuries. This course will involve a practical session to enable active learning of theory covered on the day.

To book a place on the course please send an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) with the following information:

•        Candidate’s preferred course date
•        Candidate’s Full Name
•        Candidate’s Trust Name and Work Address
•        Candidate’s Job Title
•        Candidate’s preferred email address
•        Candidate’s work and mobile contact numbers

You place will be confirmed via e-mail once we have received the requested information.

A Study Day flyer is available below:

Burns Management Study Day - EG 2017.pdf

Changing Faces:  The Psychological and Social Aspects of Disfigurement

30th March 2017

To be held in London on Thursday 30 March 2017.  The Study Day is aimed at Health Care Professionals

Gain an understanding of the psychological and social effects of disfigurement and the impact on patients. To include:

-  Myths and misconceptions around disfigurement and impact of patients and families
-  Factors predicting ‘adjustment’
-  Perceptions of ‘severity’
-  Interventions and approaches to support patients and families
-  What Changing Faces can do to help you, patients and families
-  Importance of assessing a patient’s information needs
-  Processes for coping strategies
-  Specific techniques in supporting patients and families in managing social interactions
-  Integrating new techniques into work with patients

Cost to include resources & refreshments:  £95 (early booking rate 1 month in advance);  £125 standard rate;  £65 (NFP / charitable organisations or students with valid student card)

For further information and to book:  http://www.changingfaces.org.uk/studyday  Email:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address);  Tel:  0345 450 0275

A Study Day Flyer is available below:

Changing Faces 30.3.17 Study Day.pdf