ANZBA On Line kicks off for 2014

ANZBA On line kicks off on February 4th @ 2.30pm (Australian East Coast time)
Sarah Mc Garry from the Princess Margaret Hospital for Children in WA and the Edith Cowan University will present an encore performance of her two papers from the recent ANZBA conference:

  • Paediatric Medical Trauma: the impact on parents of burn survivors

  • Paediatric health care professionals: relationships between psychological distress, resilience & coping skills
Further information can be found on the attached flyer: anzba on line feb 4 2014

For an invite to join the virtual classroom,  contact Yvonne Singer at


Requesting your input into the 2014 Nursing seminar

The 4th Burn Nursing Seminar wil be held in fabulous Melbourne on May 23 and 24, 2014.

To assist us in preparing a valuable and informative seminar, we would appreciate – from those of you who are nurses, if you could spare 5 minutes of your time to complete this survey so we can better tailor the seminar to your needs.

You can complete it using survey monkey here:


The closing date for the survey is February 7th. Thank you for assisting us in developing a burn nursing seminar program which will have value to your practice and patients.





Master of Nursing Science (Burns) Scholarships

The Julian Burton Burns Trust with support from Smith & Nephew is offering Financial Scholarships for nurses to undertake study for the University of Adelaide”s Master of Nursing Science (Burns Nursing) Stages 1 or 2 in 2014-2015.

Scholarships covering 100%* of course fees are casino online being offered for nurses wishing to undertake the study program in 2014-15.

Click here for more information regarding the Masters of Nursing Science (Burn Nursing) course:

For further information regarding the scholarships visit the JBBT website:


2014 JBBT Clipsal Community Grant applications are open

The Julian Burton Burns Trust in collaboration with Clipsal Schneider Electric are pleased to announce Round 1, 2014 Community Grants Program is now open for applications.

The Community Grants Program is a national initiative between the Julian Burton Burns Trust and Clipsal by Schneider Electric with the aim of advancing local prevention and care projects associated with burn injury across Australia and New Zealand.

Applications are invited from those working in the field of burns with a focus on prevention or care projects or programs.

Funding is available for grants up to $15,000.

Visit the JBBT website for more information: