BBA Outcome Measures for Adult and Paediatric Services – 2nd Edition is available below together with a letter from the BBA Chair:
Guidelines for the Provision of Intensive Care Services (GPICS) – produced by the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and the Intensive Care Society and endorsed by the British Burn Association are available below together with the release statement:
Saving Lives is Not Enough (SLINE) – A casualty-centred proposal identifying how Fire and Rescue Services can improve pre-hospital care and quality of life outcomes for burn survivors, by David Wales and Kristina Stiles and endorsed by the British Burn Association. The Revised Edition dated August 2019 is available below:
BBA List of Medico-Legal / Expert Witness Advisors
The list available below comprises BBA Members who have volunteered for their name to be included in the list of Medico-Legal / Expert Witness Advisors. Please note that the individuals named in the list are not endorsed or recommended by the British Burn Association to act as expert witnesses or to undertake medico-legal work.