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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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Implementation Science course for burn nurses moves online

News | 29/04/2020
Eight nurses from Ethiopia and Malawi who are taking part in the Implementation and Improvement Science workshop are keen to complete the course despite the change of teaching methods. The course has moved online for its final stages. Read more to find out how it went.
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