BBA 54th Annual Meeting – Bristol: Facing the Future on 4 – 6 May 2022

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The Annual Conference of the British Burn Association will be held at the Royal Marriott Bristol, College Green, BS1 5TA.

The programme will include:

  • Challenging Scientific Programme
  • Distinguished Speakers to include:
    • Dr Amber Young
    • Professor David Herndon
    • Professor Steven Wolf
    • Wallace Lecture:  Professor Nicholas Rumsey OBE on “When the Going Gets Tough:  How to Boost Your Psychological Wellbeing:  A ‘Bootcamp’ for Burn Professionals”
  • Full Networking Programme
  • Trade Exhibition

A virtual attendance option is available for overseas and student delegates together with subsidised registration fees for delegates from low income countries.

The conference has been awarded 19 CME points:
Wednesday 4th – 6.5 points; Thursday 5th – 7 points; Friday 6th – 5.5 points

A Conference flyer and programme are available below:

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Download the BBA Annual Conference Flyer

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By booking onto the Annual Conference, your name, workplace and contact email will be kept by the BBA as a permanent record of your participation and CPD.  The BBA’s Conference Organiser will retain the booking information for a maximum period of two years in case of queries relating to attendance in the future.   Should you win a prize or award at the conference, your name and workplace will be listed on the BBA website.   Subject to your authorisation within the booking process, your name and workplace will be shared with the Conference Exhibitors at the Conference.

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