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The Information on this page is aimed to give further specific information for patients and the public. 

Burn Care services in the East and West Midlands

Information on the Burn care services and links to the Hospital trust websites are available on the website Hospitals tab

First Aid for Burn Injuries

British Burn Association First Aid advice

BBA First Aid Position Statement

UHL Prevention Poster

British Red Cross First Aid app

Charitable Organisations

There are a number of charitable organisations that can help Adults and Children and their families.

  2. Changing Faces
  3. Childrens Burns Trust
  4. The Katie Piper Foundation

Children’s Burn Camp and Clubs

Burn Camps and Clubs aim to provide activities designed to help children face the challenges they encounter following a burn injury in an atmosphere of fun support and rehabilitation. Activities are geared to allow children to extend themselves and experience success, build confidence, enhance self-esteem, develop new skills and involve having lots of fun!

There are local  and National Burn Clubs / Camps

Enzo's Friends

Birmingham Childrens Hospital


Nottingham Burns Club

Nottingham University Hospital - Children's Hospital 

Contact: Andrea Cronshaw 0115 9249924 ext 70364 

Burn Camps and Clubs in the United Kingdom

Click here for the poster that shows Burn Camp and clubs and contact details   

Patient Experience Surveys

MB ODN has undertaken patient surveys using hand held electronic devices to obtain feedback from burn injured patients, their families and/or carers. The surveys have been developed and revised since 2010 and continue to provide information on patient experience in respect of their care.

Surveys have been undertaken in adult and paediatric dressing clinics, therapy and outreach services. MB ODN patient surveys comply with current best practice in order to engage with service users. The surveys are user friendly and take just 5 minutes to complete.

It is planned to complete further surveys in 2015 and develop in-patient surveys across the services.  

As part of Patient and Public Involvement all services Hospital Trusts will collect and publish patient feedback.

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