Clinician Connect

Burn Injury Network

31 Oct 2022 Reading time approximately

More than 300 clinicians and researchers came together at the Australian & New Zealand Burn Association Annual Scientific Meeting at Luna Park, on 13-16 September 2022. The event included a dinner celebrating people working in burn injury with the theme ‘Everyone is a Superhero’. The Burn Injury Network contributed to organising and hosting the event.

Panel discussions throughout the event were well received and sparked further discussion about the improvement of burn disaster preparedness and dermal replacement.

Awards were presented for burn care, prevention, research and education. Congratulations to the following NSW Statewide Burn Injury Service members who received awards:

  • Highly commended for burn care, oral presentation: Miranda Pye, Nurse Practitioner, Concord Repatriation General Hospital
  • Winning burn care, ePoster: Julie Bricknell, Physical Therapy, Royal North Shore Hospital
  • Winning burns prevention, oral presentation: Siobhan Connolly, Education and Prevention Officer, Agency for Clinical Innovation
  • Winning burns prevention, ePoster: Dinuksha De Silva, Junior Medical Officer, Royal North Shore Hospital
  • Highly commended burns research, oral presentation: Kevin Tsai, Researcher, The ANZAC Research Institute at Concord Repatriation General Hospital
  • Winning burns education, ePoster: Anne Darton, Network Manager, Agency for Clinical Innovation

Burns education ePoster, My rehab, my journey – Gadjigadji.

Winning burns education ePoster, My rehab, my journey – Gadjigadji.

Learn more or contact the Burn Injury Network.

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