BBA Education

STUDY DAYS

The Study Day Flyers are in pdf format and can be viewed / printed / downloaded by clicking as indicated in the information below.

Community Nursing and Therapy Management of the Burn Injured Patient - 27th September 2017

To be held at the Education Centre, Morriston Hospital, Swansea on Wednesday 27 September 2017 at 8.45am - 4pm.

Topics to be covered include:

• Causes & types of burns
• Burns referrals
• Burn assessment and surgical management
• Wound management and dressings
• Rehabilitation
• Scar management
• Psychological implications

The day will incorporate both taught and interactive workshop based components.

Cost:  FREE OF CHARGE;  Further information from:  Laura Jones 01792 703628; email:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  Closing Date for applications:  25 August 2017

A Study Day flyer and application form are available below:

Community Nursing Therapy Mngt Burns Study Day Swansea - 27.9.17.docx
Community Nursing Therapy Mngt Application Form Swansea - 27.9.17.docx.doc

Minor Burns Injury Management Free Study Day - 12th September 2017

To be held on Tuesday 12 September 2017 at the Broomfield Hospital Medical Academic Unit.

Who is it for?
•        A&E Department staff
•        Walk-in-Centre staff
•        Minor Injury Unit staff
•        GP practice staff
•        staff who have an interest in minor burn wounds

Agenda:
•        First Aid
•        Definition and assessment of burn injury
•        Referral guidelines & Telemedicine
•        Management of the burn injury
•        Management of blisters
•        Potential complications plus more

To secure a place or for further Information please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

A Study Day flyer is available below:
Minor Burns Study Day Broomfield - 12.9.17.doc

BBA Education Day on Management of Chemical Injuries - 20th September 2017

To be held on 20 September 2017 at 9.30 - 5.30pm at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, NEC, Birmingham

The British Burn Association’s (BBA) Pre-Hospital Special Interest Group would like to invite you to the BBA Education Day on Management of Chemical Injuries. The day will host topical presentations from toxicology, industrial, burns, military and pre-hospital sectors, offering multi-dimensional spectrum of current perspectives and challenges in management of chemical injuries.

The Education Day is open to any pre-hospital, emergency, military and burn care professionals, who are expected to be involved in the care of patients with chemical injuries.

Cost: Free to BBA Members; £20 for non-BBA Members. Payment by bank transfer to: Sort code: 30 92 99 Account No: 00451412 quoting ‘PreHosp17 YourSurname’. Cheques should be made payable to the “British Burn Association” and sent to BBA, 35 -43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PE or call 020 7869 6923 to pay by credit card. 
Places are limited to 100 candidates.  To book please email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) with the following information:  Name; Organisation; Position; Contact Telephone Number; Contact email Address.

A flyer is available below:
BBA Mngt of Chemical Injuries, Birmingham - 20.9.17.pdf

BBA Psychosocial SIG:  Self Harm in Burns Study Day - 20th September 2017

To be held at the University of Nottingham at 10am - 4pm on Wednesday 20 September 2017

The day will cover:

- Definition and theories of self-harm
- Burns-specific research literature
- The patient’s experience
- How to assess risk
- Surgical decision-making
- Therapeutic interventions with individuals who self-harm

The day will aim to address issues for both adults & young people and is designed for all members of the burns MDT including surgeons, AHPs and nurses, as well as the psychosocial team.  The Study Day has been awarded 4.5 CME points.

Cost (including refreshments and lunch): £50 (BBA members); £80 (non-members)

For more information, contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The Study Day flyer and booking form are available below. The deadline for applications is midday on 5th September 2016.  Early booking is recommended.
Self Harm in Burns Study Day flier - 20.9.17_2017.pdf
Application Form - Self Harm - 20. 9.17.doc

BBA BTIG SIG:  Therapy Management of Neck Burns Training Day - 2nd October 2017

Organised by the British Burn Association Burns Therapy Interest Group on 2 October 2017 at 9am - 4pm.

Venue:  Birmingham Children’s Hospital

Content to include: 
ITU Management (including tracheostomy management)
Mobilisation of the Neck
Scar Management for Neck Contractures
Splinting of the Neck

Maximum 20 participants.

Registration:  £10 for BBA Members;  £20 for non-Members;  Refreshments included

To register contact Vicky Dudman at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Please click to download the Study Day flyer:  BBA BTIG Neck Training Day 2.10.17.pptx

2nd Management of Children with Burns:  A Study Day for Anaesthetists - 6th November 2017

To be held at the Clifton Pavilion Bristol Zoo Gardens, Bristol on 6 November 2017

Programme:

Case Based Discussions
Initial Management of the Severely Burned Child - Who to Intubate, Fluid Management, Lines and Monitoring
In Theatre Anaesthetic Management during Debridement and Grafting
Burns and Burns Surgery
The Multidisciplinary Team
Transfer to Tertiary Centre
High Dependency and PICU Management

The Study Day has been awarded 5 CPD points for the 2016 meeting

Contact:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  Tel:  0117 342 7008

Cost £60 to include Refreshments and Lunch

A Study Day flyer is available below:

2nd Mngt of Children with Burns - Anaesthetist Study Day.pdf

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