Education – http://www.burncareresearch.com/
D.C. Firefighters and Burn Foundation: http://www.dcffburnfoundation.org/
Wikipedia, Burn Injury: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burn_(injury)
Burn Related Links
Sites linked to a specific Burn Camp
(NC) North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center (http://www.ncjayceeburncenter.org/)
Chapel Hill, dedicated to providing the crucial combination of specialized medical care and rehabilitative services required by victims of severe burns.
(WI) Wisconsin Alliance for Fire Safety (http://www.wafs.org/)
Dedicated to being a fire safety and prevention resource.
(GA) Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation (http://www.gfbf.org/)
Filled with educational and informative data regarding the GFBF, burn prevention and awareness, and statistical information.
(NY) Burn-Trauma Unit, Strong Memorial Hospital (http://www.stronghealth.com/services/burntrauma/index.cfm)
Greater Rochester area’s only Regional Trauma Center – and the area’s only center able to treat children with burns.
(IN) Peoples Burn Foundation (http://www.peoplesburnfoundation.org/)
PBF mission to support and assist burn survivors, the reality of prevention, especially for children, has become a primary focus.
(AR) Arkansas Children’s Hospital Burn Center
Support and Education for Burn Survivors, Home Health, and Rehabilitation
(AZ) Foundation for Burns and Trauma (http://www.azburn.com/)
Dedicated to assisting burn victims and their families in becoming burn survivors through rehabilitation.
(CA) Alissa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation (http://www.aarbf.org/)
Works in partnership with firefighters, educators, and burn care professionals to develop innovative programs and services.
(CA) Burn Institute (http://www.burninstitute.org/)
Non-profit health agency dedicated to reducing the number of burn injuries and deaths.
(CA) Firefighters Burn Institute(http://www.ffburn.org/)
Organization founded by the Sacramento Area Firefighters Local 522.
(CO) The Children’s Hospital of Denver Burn Camp Programs (http://www.noordinarycamps.org/)
Information for campers, parents, and anyone who would like to help out with the four Children’s Hospital Burn Camp Programs.
(FL) Tampa Fire Fighters 754 (http://www.tampafirefighters.com/)
Local 754, professional emergency service personnel serving the Tampa Bay area and the surrounding communities.
(IL) Illinois Fire Safety Alliance (http://www.ifsa.org/)
Fire safety, burn prevention, and public education, and promote programs and disseminate information related to fire safety and burn prevention.
(MS) Mississippi Firefighter’s Association (http://www.mffa.com/)
Benevolent fellowship, insure fire protection for all citizens, and promote the best interest of the fire service of this State.
(OH) Aluminum Cans for Burned Children
Area firefighters have made significant contributions to their communities by helping burn victims and their families through ACBC.
(OK) Tulsa Firefighters Educational Clowns (http://www.tfdclowns.com/)
Teach Fire Prevention and Fire Safety.
(PA) Pennsylvania Professional Fire Fighters Association (http://www.tfdclowns.com/)
Represents over 10,000 paid professional Fire Fighters throughout Pennsylvania.
(SC) Sconfire (http://www.sconfire.com/)
The "One stop for firefighting information" for South Carolina.
(WA) Burn Children Recovery Foundation (http://www.burnchildrenrecovery.org/)
Committed to effectively supporting burn children survivors and their families during the rehabilitation process.
(WA) Northwest Burn Foundation (http://www.nwburn.org/)
Serving children, adults and families in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.
(DC,MD) International Association of Fire Fighters (http://www.iaff.org/)
City and county fire fighters and emergency medical personnel.
(Canada) Burn Fund (http://www.burnfund.org/)
Dedicated to prevention, as well as survivor support and recovery programs in the province of British Columbia.
(Canada) Alberta Burn Rehabilitation Society(http://www.burnrehab.com/)
Dedicated to the support and rehabilitation of burn survivors and their families, and to preventing burn injuries.
(Canada) Nova Scotia Fire Fighters Burn Treatment Society (http://www.nsffbts.ca/)
Raises money for the victims of burn injury.
(England) The Burned Children’s Club (http://www.burnedchildrensclub.org.uk/)
Gives support to young burns survivors and their families.
(New Zealand) Waikato Burn Support (http://www.burnsupport.org.nz/)
Provide burn injured persons and their families throughout New Zealand with support and assistance during and after hospitalization.
Online Connections: chats, profiles, etc.
Burn Survivors Online (http://www.burnsurvivorsonline.com/)
Provide information and support for burn survivors and their families throughout the world.
Burn Survivors Throughout The World (http://www.burnsurvivorsttw.org/)
BSTTW peer support team, education, advocacy, medical referrals, etc. for the burn survivor community and the public world wide.
ABA and WBC
American Burn Association (http://www.ameriburn.org/)
Efforts and resources to promoting and supporting burn-related research, education, care, rehabilitation, and prevention.
The Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors (http://www.phoenix-society.org/)
For over 25 years, Phoenix Society has been connecting burn survivors, their loved ones, and burn care professionals with valuable resources.
FireFighters Charitable Foundation (http://www.ffcf.org/)
Organization that provides direct aid to victims of fire or disaster, other non-profit agencies, and volunteer fire departments.
Flicker of Hope Foundation (http://www.flickerofhope.org/)
Founded with the purpose of providing emotional and practical support for burn survivors and their families.
(PA) Burn Prevention Foundation (http://www.burnprevention.org/)
Eastern PA, provide burn injury prevention education to and advocacy for those at greatest risk.
(GA) The Southeastern Firefighters’ Burn Foundation (http://www.theburncenter.org/)
Assist burn survivors and their families, associated with the Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital.
(PA) Burn Foundation (http://www.burnfoundation.org/)
Serves the greater Delaware Valley through community education and support of five regional burn treatment centers.
(NC) UNC Hospital School
The Hospital School is one of the schools in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools district and is located within the UNC Hospitals complex.
Designed to provide comprehensive, up-to-date educational tools for burn care professionals throughout the world.
MedlinePlus: Burns (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/burns.html)
The world’s largest medical library, the National Library of Medicine.
National Institute of General Medical Sciences (http://www.nigms.nih.gov/)
A component of the National Institutes of Health in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services…search ‘burn’ for information.
Burn Survivor Resource Center (http://www.burnsurvivor.com/)
Medical information, support groups and other resources, and legal services.
Group Member Associations
International Society for Burn Injuries (http://www.worldburn.org/)
ISBI, founded in the city of Edinburgh, Scotland in 1965, aims to disseminate knowledge and stimulate prevention in the field of burns.
International Association of Burn Camps (http://www.iaburncamps.org/)
IABC, network for the mutual benefit of local and/or regional organizations that serve the burn community.
- The American Burn Association
- Burn Survivor
- Office of International Surgery
- European ISBI members: Update membership
- World Burn Foundation
- Phoenix Society
- International Burn Foundation
- Children’s Fire and Burn Trust
- Pan African Burn Society
- AnestCadiz – Andalusian Website of Anesthesiology, Critical Care and Pain Treatment
- Spanish Language Site
- British Burn Association
- Korean Burn Society
- National Academy of Burns-India
- European Burn Association
- Communication Forum of Australian Health Workers
- Australian and New Zealand Burn Association (ANZBA)
- International Association of Fire Fighters
- The British Burn Association