Enhance your knowledge and skills in BURN CARE with this 40 credit Level 3 / Level M ONLINE module.
Suitable for all members of the Burn Care Multidisciplinary 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.
The course covers the whole burns journey using a variety of different virtual learning approaches. On completion of the assignments, successful students will gain 40 credits towards a Degree or Masters Programme.
Closing Date for applications: 31st January 2022.
Course information/ application form: Enhancing Practice in Burn Care – Professional course – UWE Bristol: Courses
This online standalone Continuing Professional Development module at Levels 6 and 7 has been designed for critical care nurses and allied healthcare professionals working in, or with an interest in the provision of holistic modern burn care.
This innovative and exciting module offers the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills to support the delivery of patient care and improved outcomes for burn-injured patients. While experience in burn care is not mandatory it will allow students to gain more from the course. However, an enthusiasm for burns is highly recommended. The University of East Anglia will assess applications to ensure that academic entry criteria are met.
2022 module dates:
Who is it for?
- All staff with an interest in burn care
Led by specialists in their fields the agenda will include…
- Fluid management and wound assessment
- Pain management and nutrition Smoke inhalation
- Dressings and surgical management
- Mental health and psychological therapies
- The patient experience
- Infection Prevention and sepsis
- Scar management
- Electrical and chemical burns
And many more.
Cost Course Only – £300 Accommodation may be available – e mail for further details and price
To secure your place or for further information please contact Penelope.firstname.lastname@example.org
17:00 Welcome & introduction – Clemens Schiestl, EBA President
17:05 Key points of surgical management – Kathrin Neuhaus, Zurich, Switzerland
17:15 Anaesthesia keys – Diego Neuhaus, Zurich, Switzerland
17:25 Hand burns – Nikos Marathovouniotis, Cologne, Germany
17:35 Sponsored session: Mölnlycke
A holistic approach to wound management in paediatric burn care Sue Boasman, RN, MNAP, UK
18:30 Reconstructive surgery – Sophie Böttcher, Zurich, Switzerland
18:40 Patient care – Clare Thomas, Birmingham, United Kingdom
18:50 Psychological support – Anna Pittermann, Vienna, Austria
19:00 Non accidental injuries – Amber Young, Bristol, United Kingdom
19:10 Sponsored session: Polymedics
DAY 1 Sunday 12th of June
Registration (08:00 a.m. – 09:00 a.m. (60min))
Opening of the meeting (09:00 a.m. – 09:15 a.m. (15min))
Session 1 – Burn Treatment (09:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. (2h 15min))
- Chairs: Fredrik Huss and Jussi Valtonen
- Opening of the session Jussi Valtonen (5min)
- Opening lecture – Common type of burns in Iceland? (15min)
- Lectures and discussion – how would I treat? (the presenters will be in the panel) (15min lecture and 5min discussion)
- Deep Facial Burn (Bergen, Norway)
- Deep Hand Burn (Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Deep Burn in a Child (Uppsala, Sweden)
- Treatment of a major burn (Linköping, Sweden)
- Use of dermal templates in acute major burn (Helsinki, Finland)
- Discussion (15min)
Lunch (11:30 a.m. – 12:30 a.m.)
Session 2 – Burn Centre Organization and concept of Burn Team (12:30 p.m. – 02:00 p.m. (1h30min))
- Chairs: Jyrki Vuola and Folke Sjöberg
- Opening lecture Jyrki Vuola (30min)
- Lecture – how is burn care organized in Iceland (20min)
- Panel discussion (one participant from each burn centre) (40min)
Break (02:00 p.m. – 02:30 p.m. (30min))
Session 3 – Research (part one 02:30 p.m. – 04:00 p.m. (1h 30min))
- Chairs Andrew Lindford and Stian Almeland
- Opening lecture Andrew Lindford (20min)
- Andrew could decide the topic, is it ok Andy?
- Presentation of one to three on going research projects from each centre (part one (1h 10min))
Coffee Break + Streching (15min)
Session 3 – Research continues (part two 04:15 p.m. – 06:00 p.m. (1h 45min))
- Presentation of one to three on going research projects from each centre (part two(1h 10min))
- Please provide us with below information
- Project: name, presenter, centre
- Open discussion (35min)
- collaboration between Nordic centres now
- collaboration between Nordic centres in the future
- Please provide us with below information
End of Day 1
Dinner (07:30 p.m. – 06:00 a.m.)
DAY2 Monday 13th of June
Session 4 – Collaboration between Nordic Burn Centres now and in the future (09:30 a.m. – 11:30a.m.)
- Chairs: Ragnvald Brekke and Rikke Holmgaard
- Opening lecture Ragnvald Brekke (30min)
- Panel discussion (one participant from each burn centre) (1h 30min))
Closing of the Meeting (11:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.)
The 21st Congress of the International Society for Burn Injuries (ISBI) will be held in Guadalajara, Mexico; August 28- September 1, 2022. This five-day scientific congress is expected to be attended by approximately 700 – 800 delegates from around the world. Congress delegates include physicians, researchers, registered nurses, and therapists and other members of the burn team.
The congress program includes 2 pre-congress workshops, plenary as well as concurrent oral and poster sessions, along committee organized symposia that are focused burn care related topics such as prevention, disaster, research, education, rehabilitation, and others. We have planned a very diverse scientific program that promises to appeal to our international delegates.
It is my distinct honor to invite all members of the British Burn Association to participate in the 2022 ISBI Congress, as presenters, moderators, exhibitors, sponsors, or delegates to enrich their knowledge about burn care.
Additional details regarding the congress, venue, scientific program, and accommodations can be found on the ISBI website at www.worldburn.org. If you have additional questions or need additional assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
The ISBI Team
Congress Headquarters: Hilton Guadalajara Hotel
Hotel Reservations: Please contact Adriana Alcazar, Reservations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or Enrique Paz at email@example.com
Hotel Phone: + 52 33 3678 05 09 Direct or + 52 33 3678 05 05 ext. 3142 or 3143
Reservations Code: ISBI2022
We will be pleased to welcome you in Turin (Italy) for the 19th European Burns Association´s Congress in 2022. Italy is honored to hold the meeting of the European Burns Association for the second time, after Verona in 1986.
Turin is easily reachable from everywhere in Europe, either travelling by car, train or choosing flight connections. EBA 2022 will also be broadcasted for those who are not able to join onsite in Turin.
Looking forward to seeing you all in Turin for the 19th European Association´s Congress in 2022!
We are happy to let you know that EBA 2022 is open for registration and abstract submission!
Dr. Maurizio Stella, Congress President
Dr. Nadia Depetris, EBA board member
Turin Burn Centre
– 15 March 2022: abstract deadline
– End of April 2022: confirmation of abstract acceptance
– 15 May 2022: early registration fee deadline
– 15 August 2022: regular registration fee deadline
EBA 2022 is open for registration! You can register for either live (f2f) or online participation.
To register for the member fee you must be a member since 2021 and have paid your membership contribution. Register here for EBA 2022
EBA 2022 is open for abstract submission! The contribution of abstract presenters is important and we value your input greatly!
Abstract deadline: 14 March 2022
Please read the guidelines carefully and submit your abstract. Read more