Congratulations to the following Poster Prize Winners:
Burn Care Poster Prize: Rowena Martin, Simon Booth, Teniola Adeboye and Baljit Dheansa, McIndoe Burn Centre, Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead for a poster entitled “Can using smart phone technology empower patients to perform wound dressing?”
Burn Care Poster Runner-Up: Ben Eden-Green, Rowena Martin, Tom Dawes, Will Shippam and Joy Curran, McIndoe Burn Centre, Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead for a poster entitled “Methoxyfluarane to manage breakthrough pain during burn wound dressing changes.”
Prevention Poster Prize: Janine Evans and Claire Poole, Welsh Centre for Burns, Swansea for a presentation entitled “Health Promotion with Older Adults Through Burn Prevention Programmes: A Role for Occupational Therapists.”
Prevention Poster Runner-Up: Samantha Tancock, Louise Elwell and Janine Evans, Morriston Hospital, Swansea for a presentation entitled “Kitchen Safety for Older Adults: A Collaborative Campaign to Prevent Increasing Prevalence of Flame Burns and Scalds in over 65’s Occurring in the Kitchen.”
Research Poster Prize: Dallan Dargan, Anirban Mandal and Kayvan Shokrollahi, Mersey Regional Burns Centre, Whiston Hospital for a presentation entitled “Hand burns surface area: a rule of thumb.”
Research Poster Runner-Up: Majid Al-Khalil, Abhi Yennunandan, Karen Coy, Anna Davies and Amber Young, The Scar Free Foundation Centre for Children’s Burns Research, The Bristol Royal Hospital for Children for a presentation entitled “Fever patterns and post-burn complications: a three-year study in a regional paediatric burns centre.”
Congratulations to Gemma Walley and Tracey Foster for their presentation of a Burn Care poster entitled ““Not All Dressing Changes Have to be Traumatic”; congratulations to Janine Evans for her presentation of a Prevention poster entitled “Multi-Disciplinary Management of Lower Limb Burns: A Prudent Approach for Better Care”; and congratulations to David Rea for his presentation of a Research poster entitled “Views and Experiences of Gypsy and Traveller Mothers on Burn and Scald Prevention” at the BBA Annual Conference on 3 – 5 May 2017 in London.
Congratulations to the Runner Ups – Edmund Farrar for his presentation of a poster entitled “A Retrospective Study Determining the Necessity of Portable Heating Devices During Transit between Theatre and ITU for Burns Surgery in Order to Prevent Hypothermia”; Kwang Chear Lee for his presentation of a poster entitled “Propranolol Use in Adult Burn Patients and its Effects on Scarring: A One Year Audit”; and Leila Touil for her presentation of a poster entitled “The Psychiatric Burden of Burns in a Regional Centre: Cause for Concern”.
Congratulations to Emma Johnson for her presentation of a scientific poster entitled “Hairstyling Hazards and other Non-Scald Burns in Children – Results from a Prospective UK Study” at the BBA Annual Conference on 11 – 13 May 2016 in Newcastle.
Congratulations to Debbie Smith for her presentation of a non-scientific poster entitled “The Northern Burn Network Development of Therapy Competencies to Ensure Quality of Care” at the BBA Annual Conference on 11 – 13 May 2016 in Newcastle.
Congratulations to Yousef Majeed for his presentation of a poster entitled “Evaluation of the Management of Feet Burns in a Regional Adult Burns Centre” at the BBA Annual Conference on 20 – 22 May 2015 in Birmingham.
Congratulations to Niall Martin for his presentation of a poster entitled “UK Firefighter Burns: What Does it Take to Defeat a Modern Uniform?” at the BBA Annual Meeting on 7 – 9 April 2014 in Chelmsford.
Congratulations to Mr Pieter Vermaak, Registrar at Frenchay Hospital, Bristol.
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|BBA Laing Essay Prize|
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