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New online course on Implementation

News | 10/02/2021
A new free online course in Implementation & Improvement Science is now available! This course is specifically developed for healthcare staff in low-and-middle-income countries and shares both knowledge and practical steps to improving health care!
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Important Recommendations for Burn Emergencies Published

News | 20/11/2020
A new paper has been published in Burns, sharing recommendations on burn mass casualty events. These recommendations were developed by a World Health Organisation Technical Working Group on burns, which was co-chaired by Prof Tom Potokar of the Centre for Global Burn Injury Policy & Research and Interburns.
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Mentorship Scheme for Burn Care Improvement Launched

News | 11/09/2020
The Centre for Global Burn Injury Policy & Research and Interburns have designed another innovative way of helping those working in burn care in low-and-middle-income countries (LMIC) with a personal mentorship scheme for nurses and therapists.
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Working during COVID-19 in Low to Middle Income Countries

News | 24/07/2020
During a global pandemic, community-led health work, research, and training poses big challenges. Nevertheless, our partners working in low to middle-income countries have been continuing with their work in a variety of different ways. Read more to find out how they are getting on...
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A look back at our course for nurses

News | 19/06/2020
After 12 months the implementation and improvement science: a course for nurses, has come to its conclusion. Take a look back at the three teaching weeks as well as the excellent quality improvement projects that have been developed by our participant nurses.
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