A one day interactive course, free of charge and suitable for A&E staff, GPs and practice nurses, walk- in Centre staff, Nurses, minor injury unit staff and anyone in healthcare who may need to manage the care of burn injured children or adults
Agenda will include…
Definition and assessment of burn injury
Referral guidelines & Telemedicine
Management of the burn injury
Management of blisters
And many more.
To secure your place or for further information please contact Penelope.firstname.lastname@example.org
This one day symposium is structured to be of interest to all professionals in the multidisciplinary burn team. We are very pleased to be able to welcome Professor David Herndon from the Shriner’s Hospital in Galveston as our headline speaker. Other experts both locally based and from across the UK will join the faculty to explore new ideas in burn care, and update us on current practice in the management of both children and adults following burn injury.
Headline Speaker: David Herndon
Confirmed speakers: Mohammed Al Abadie, Jonathan Bishop, Declan Collins, Peter Dziewulski, Helen King, Sharon Ramsey, Mamta Shah, Chris Wearn
Topics include: nutrition, metabolism, exercise, reconstruction, pressure garments, dressings, family involvement in care, burn depth assessment, lasers, non-surgical treatments and pigmentation
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