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Welcome to the Australian and New Zealand Burn Association. ANZBA is a not for profit organisation and the peak body for health professionals responsible for the care of the burn injured in Australia and New Zealand.

Significant burn injury is a distinct and important component of the overall burden of injury. Burn injuries range from the most minor and common of wounds, dealt with in the community, to the most severe and devastating of injuries. There are approximately 50,000 burns related hospital admissions in Australia per year. Over 2500 patients per year are managed in the 17 specialist burn centres across Australia and New Zealand.

The Australian & New Zealand Burns Association is dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by burn injury in Australia and New Zealand by encouraging higher standards of patient care through education, performance monitoring and research. ANZBA and its multidisciplinary members seek to engage the public to promote community awareness of burn injury prevention.

$5000 ANZBA Early Career Researcher Seed Grant

The ANZBA Research Committee is pleased to announce the launch of the first ANZBA ECR seed grant. Early career researchers from any burn-related discipline can apply for up to AUD$5,000 to stimulate their research. The eligibility criteria and application form are below. For any questions, please contact Applications close 11:59pm on Sunday June 19, 2022.

Click on the below link to access the application form.

ANZBA ECR Seed Grant 2022


The Burn Registry of Australia & New Zealand has established itself as a world-leading repository for burns data capturing epidemiological, quality of care, and outcome data for adult and paediatric burn patients across Australian and New Zealand burn units.

Emergency Management of Severe Burns course

The Emergency Management of Severe Burns course teaches how to recognise, assess, stabilise and transfer the severely burnt patient.

ANZBA Membership

ANZBA is an exciting, diverse Association that brings together burns clinicians so that the benefits of professional knowledge exchange can be realized in our continual striving to improve standards of care for burns patients.

The 2021 Programme

November 27th – Sydney (RNSH)

November 20th – Wellington (Hutt Hosp)

August 7th – Townsville

September 18th – Sydney (RNSH)

October 9th – Perth

November 6 – Brisbane (RBWH)

November 13th – Hobart

November 20th – Melbourne

March 13th – Sydney (RNSH)

March 30th – Adelaide (RAH)

March 27th – Darwin

March 27th –  Brisbane (RBWH)

April 17th – Christchurch

May 15th – Melbourne

May 29th – Perth

June 19th – Sydney (RNSH)