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.
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Boost your career potential with our Professional Practice Programme.
Choose from a selection of modules that can be studied on their own or as part of an award, leading to a degree or master’s qualification (depending on what modules you choose).
We have a wide variety of modules covering different specialisms across the healthcare sector.
Our Burns and Plastic Surgery modules are ideal if you are looking to develop your specialist knowledge in this area, to both enhance your career prospects and enrich the care that you provide. The modules are relevant to both adult and paediatric nurses.
Physiological and Psychological Principles of Plastic Surgery and Burn Care (LBR6533/ LBR7485) – Level 6 and 7
Caring for Patients with a Burn Injury (LBR6529/LBR7480) – Level 6 and 7
Caring for Patients Undergoing Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (LBR6531/LBR7483) – Level 6 and 7
Enhance your knowledge and skills in burn care with this 40 credit Level 3 / Level M module.
The course covers the whole burns journey using a variety of different learning methods and approaches. On completion of the assignments, successful students will gain 40 credits towards a Degree or Masters Programme.
Suitable for all members of the Burn Care Multi-disciplinary team providing pre-hospital, hospital and/or community care including Paramedics, Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Dietitians, Psychologists, Counsellors, Theatre Practitioners and other professions allied to medicine.
Closing Date for applications: 31st Jan 2020.
ENHANCING WOUND CARE QUALITY: GLOBAL COLLABORATION FOR LOCAL ACTION
In May 2020, the 30th Conference of the European Wound Management Association EWMA will be held in London, one of the world’s most-visited cities and we are delighted to be partnering with the Tissue Viability Society in the UK who will be celebrating their 40th Anniversary in 2020.
Theme of the EWMA 2020 Conference:
Enhancing Wound Care Quality: Global Collaboration for Local Action
• Collaboration across professions, organisations and nations
• Innovation locally, nationally and internationally
• Local action to improve national and international wound care
Safe, high-quality healthcare improves the health and wellbeing of populations and nations. Improving the quality of wound care requires shared learning, research and innovation with people from different parts of the world. The EWMA Conference will focus on how global collaboration in wound care can deliver cost-effective, high-quality wound care at a local level.
Topics will include:
- Key session: Burns, Thermal Injuries and Scar Prevention: Surgical and Non-Surgical Management
- Trauma Wounds and Injuries: Innovative and Pragmatic Treatment
- Guest session: Centre for Burns Injury Policy and Research
- Free Paper sessions on Burns & Acute Wounds
We look forward to welcoming you to London!
Georgina Gethin, EWMA Scientific Recorder
Alberto Piaggesi, EWMA President
Linda Primmer, TVS Chair
The BBA and ISBI Congress 2020, entitled ‘Sharing Knowledge’ will be held at the International Convention Centre (ICC), Birmingham.
The programme will include:
– Challenging Scientific Programme
– Distinguished Speakers
– Full networking programme
– Trade Exhibition
CME points will be applied for.
Abstract submissions opens on 1 November 2019 and closes on 1 March 2020.
Registration will open in mid-January 2020. The deadline for the early bird registration is 30 April 2020. Late registration commences on 15 July 2020.