Events Calendar

UWE Bristol Specialist Courses: Enhancing Practice in Burn Care @ Online Study Days via UWE Blackboard
Feb 7 @ 9:00 am – Jun 26 @ 5:00 pm

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 2024.

Download the Course flyer here
Further information and application form here


EBA Webinar: Gender Perspectives in Burn Care @ Virtual Webinar
Mar 8 @ 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Scientific program

Key Topics

  • Epidemiological Data: Know and analyze gender-specific trends in burn incidents, healthcare access and outcome disparities.
  • Preventive Strategies: Understand risk factors across genders to enhance preventive strategies
  • Medical careers: Underscore the ongoing need for inclusivity and equality in medical careers

Key speakers
Uchenna Kennedy (CH)
Rojina Shilpakar (Nepal)
Shobba Chamania (India)
Tina Palmieri (US)
Silviu Badoiu (Romania)

For further information and to register click here

26th Annual Trauma Care Conference: From Roadside to Rehab @ Yarnfield Park Training & Conference Centre
Mar 10 @ 9:00 am – Mar 15 @ 5:30 pm

The Trauma Care Conference brings in a broad spectrum of distinguished speakers, programme leads, cohorts and exhibitors, from a wide range of specialties, professions and backgrounds.  This diverse mix makes the Trauma Care Conference a unique opportunity for everyone involved in the care of the trauma victim to learn together, network, and share knowledge.

We have over 20 programmes, 150 speakers and 1000 other delegates joining us for the event.

Every day of the conference explores different themes and you have the ability to visit as many streams as you would like.

Download the programme here

New programmes have now been released and the summaries are below:

The ATACC Group. Created by Dr Mark Forrest. Sunday 10th March.

The highly anticipated programme, taking place on Sunday 10th March, combines a mixture of practical sessions, key-note lectures and simulations. 

CFR Programme. Created by LIVES. Sunday 10th March.

Our good friends, LIVES, have once again pulled together an exciting day of talks and sims! They will be exploring crime scenes, triaging and much, much more. 

Academic Paramedicine Programme. Created by Jamie Hahn & Andy Rosser. Sunday 10th March. 

Pulled together by two Trauma Care Council Members, this programme is perfect for anyone who is studying Paramedicine, just starting their burgeoning careers or feels like they could do with simply knowing more! We have international speakers joining us for this day, flying in from Poland to deliver the key-note lecture in this stream. 

HEMS Programme. Created by Air Ambulances UK. Monday 11th March.

The amazing charity will be exploring different themes and case-studies throughout the day. There will be open conversation, debates and top-class speakers available throughout this stream. 

Rehabilitation Programme. Created by Hannah Farrell, Justine Theaker & Krystyna Walton. Tuesday 12th March.

As part of the Rehabilitation Programme, the leads are pleased to announce the inclusion of the Rehabilitation Programme Poster Competition. Taking part on Tuesday 12th March, you are invited to formally submit your abstracts for presentation. You can find more information here:

Major Trauma in ED Programme, “Challenging Dogma in Trauma Resuscitation”. Created by Steph Cowan. Thursday 14th March. 

As written above, this brilliant programme will be taking the rule-book and ripping it up. The Major Trauma in ED day will create plenty of talking-points, make you question the way you work and spark some lively discussion. Steph has brought in some absolutely incredible speakers to share their knowledge with you. 

Abstracts submissions are open and the deadline for Oral Submissions is:  5th February 2024.  The deadline for Display-Only Submissions is:  1st March 2024.

Trauma Care has two Poster Competitions:  The Trauma Care Poster Competition and The Rehabilitation Programme Poster Competition.

For further information and to book your place, please click here


Emergency Management of Severe Burns (EMSB) Course @ Ulster Hospital
Mar 23 all-day
Royal College of Emergency Medicine Spring CPD Conference 2024 @ ICC, Wales & online
Apr 16 @ 9:00 am – Apr 18 @ 5:00 pm

Join us for the Spring CPD Conference, taking place as a hybrid event at the ICC Wales, with virtual tickets available for those who can’t make it in-person. The Spring CPD programme focusses on areas of your practice that are rapidly changing, pose frequent clinical dilemmas or occur with a rarity that warrants regular review. This year’s conference will cover key clinical topics including trauma and paediatrics, workforce and crowding, as well as new developments and challenges in EM.

 Registration and further information:

An Introduction to Burn Care – 3 Day Course @ Broomfield Hospital
Apr 17 @ 9:00 am – Apr 19 @ 5:00 pm

This three-day specialist course is suitable for nursing, physiotherapy, and healthcare support workers and anyone working in a Burn care setting

Includes presentations by experts in all areas of Burns care from assessment to rehabilitation.  European Burns association accredited.

Topics to include:

  • Fluid Management and Wound assessment
  • Infection prevention & Sepsis
  • Pain management and Nutrition
  • Dressings and surgical management
  • Mental health and psychological therapies
  • Patient experience – Guest speaker TBC
  • Scar management, lasers and many more!

Course carries 22.5 CME points – Cost for three days £300

For full schedule and further information, please contact:

Download the Course flyer here

Emergency Management of Severe Burns (EMSB) Military Course @ 202 MMR
Apr 29 @ 7:30 am – Apr 30 @ 6:15 pm

The Military Candidate course is specially designed for Armed Forces personnel (regular and reserve) however, military civil service and MOD employees may also attend. The course is normally held over two days, with the full standard EMSB course provided on the first day.  The second day is focussed on team-working and comprises lectures on military aspects of burn management.  There will be further exposure to moulage to include a scenario as well as information on the different roles within the Military such as ICU, Emergency Department, Theatre etc.  The purpose of the second day is to consolidate learning and there is no assessment element.  Overnight stay and messing is provided.

Please note: Military personnel about to be deployed will be given priority on Military Candidate courses. If required, candidates not due for deployment may be removed and offered another course date.


For further details and to book onto an EMSB course

Emergency Management of Severe Burns (EMSB) Course @ St Michael's Centre
May 11 all-day
Emergency Management of Severe Burns (EMSB) Course @ Nottingham City Hospital
Jul 12 all-day