Depending on the seriousness of the injury, family members may even become full or part time carers which may mean sacrificing their job or other commitments. In addition, 74% of burn injuries occur in domestic residences and this generally means that family members are present at the time of the incident, and may experience trauma or shock. Beyond Burns understands this and is able to provide support to not only burn survivors but also to family, friends and carers who may not have any prior experience or knowledge with dealing with burns.
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Help find the Top 10 most important questions for global burns research28 November 2023
We want to know what questions about burns care and treatment you want answered. If you: Are a patient or survivor of a heat burn injury Care for someone who has experienced aRead More