Academic study of each module affords 20 credits. A certificate in Professional Studies (Burns Care) at level 6 or a Post Graduate Certificate (Burns Care) at level 7 is awarded on the completion of the Core Unit and one Elective Unit. Each unit can also be accessed as a stand alone unit.
Closing date for applications: 31st July 2018
This Learning & Development Specialist Course is run by North Bristol NHS Trust in partnership with the University of the West of England and is a 40 credit Level 3 / Level M module for Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Dietitians, Psychologists, Counsellors, Theatre staff and other professions allied to medicine working in a Burn Care or relevant practice setting.
Face-to-face days are interspersed with self-directed online study covering a wide range of topics within burn care. The assessment is in two components comprising a presentation and critically reflective online Blog.
On successful completion the 40 credits can be used towards a Degree or Masters programme. Contact dates: 11/10, 18/10, 01/11, 08/11, 29/11, 05/12, 07/02. Assignment (attendance required): 07/02/2019
Closing date for applications: Monday 1st October 2018
Queen Mary University of London are offering a 1 year Post Graduate Certificate and a 2 year Master of Science in Burn Care. These courses are suited for all members of the burns multidisciplinary team and are delivered on a distance learning basis to suit full-time professionals in the field.
For more information contact Amanda Gaddes via email@example.com
This part-time burns and plastic surgery course is aimed at paediatric or adult nurses and allied health professionals working in burns or plastic surgery.
The following modules can be taken as standalone modules or as part of a level 6 or level 7 award.
- Physiological and Psychological Principles of Plastic Surgery and Burn Care – 04/10/2018, 05/10/2018, 19/10/2018, 02/11/2018 (online study day), 15/11/2018, 16/11/2018
- Caring for Patients with a Burn Injury 29/11/2018, 30/11/2018, 14/12/2018, 11/01/2019 (online study day), 17/01/2019, 18/01/2019
- Caring for Patients Undergoing Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 31/01/2019, 01/02/2019, 15/02/2019, 01/03/2019 (online study day), 14/03/2019, 15/03/2019
The annual Canadian Burn Symposium returns to Toronto for 2018.
The program will focus on Burn Care innovation through research. Topics will include Scarring, the Elderly, Long-term Outcomes, ASD/PTSD, Sedation and Agitation, Wound Infection and Sepsis and Complex Wounds.
Abstract Submission is now open at https://www.cpd.utoronto.ca/cdnburnnetwork/abstracts/. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday 3 July 2018.
Who is it for: Clinicians, Plastic Surgeons, Nurses and Allied Health Professionals from Major Trauma Centres & Units, Emergency Departments, Theatres, Intensive Care Units and Burn Services.