Burns Mortality Audit
National Audit Meeting 25th April 2022
Open for registration
2022 British Isles Burns Mortality Audit
Health care professionals working in specialised burn care are invited to register their interest in attending this meeting.
There is a maximum limit of 250 places for this event and although it is expected that everyone who registers will have a place, the organisers will work with specialised burn services to ensure that there is a fair distribution of places available.
Confirmation of your place as a delegate for this meeting and the weblink for the MS Teams event, will be confirmed to successful delegates, after the registration period ends.
Closing date for registration: 5pm Monday 11th April
2022 British Isles Burns mortality audit
Date: 25 April 2022
1100 - 1700h
In June 2015, burn services from England and Wales came together for the first time to undertake a national mortality audit.
In June 2016, this audit meeting was repeated but on this occasion services from Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland also participated.
Due to restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic this year's meeting will be held on-line via Microsoft Teams.
Further information can be obtained by email via this link.
Burns Mortality Audit
National Burns Mortality Audit for Specialised Burn Care Services in the UK and Ireland
Each unit will present
A short summary of their activity, including a breakdown of cases by TBSA
A list of all deaths from burn injury including a Revised Baux score for each death.
Case presentations including referral/arrival details; past medical history; a time-line of events, allowing the description of the most significant events and interventions during the patient’s time in hospital
The actions / lessons learned as a result of the case
Monday 25th April 2022
Opening at 1100h
Burns Mortality Audit registration
Please complete the form below to register for the meeting.
London and South East England Burn Network Manager
Professor Naiem Moiemen FRCS(plast)
Burns & Plastic Surgeon, Midlands Burns Network Clinical Lead
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham