ePoster  Authors
1  The impact of dementia on burn survival David Barnes
2  The use of ReCell® in a regional burn service – our experience David Barnes
3  Cross transmission of infection – is this an issue for the National Burn Centre? Jackie Beaumont
4  Burns and scar management education: A national learning package Deane Bell
5  Far from home – managing burns with children from developing countries Heidi Cable
6  Patient experiences and decisions influencing the wearing of compression garments post burn injury  Nicole Coghlan
7  Thermal burns from artificial turf – what is the risk? Dr Ella Darveniza
8 10 year burns epidemiology in Queensland: An update from 2005 to 2015 Vineet Das
9  Nanofibres as a supplementary tool for wound care Dr Jason Diab
10 Validation of alternate electrodes positions for the bioimpedance measurement of hand volume in a non-injured population Dale Edwick
11 Domestic electrical burns – a rare presentation of lunate fracture dislocation   Mohammed Farid
12 Surgical management of paediatric burns in northern Tanzania  Mohammed Farid
13 BurnSafe Junior – tackling the high incidence of preventable paediatric burns in South Australia Bethany Farley
14 Deliberate self-harm and paediatric burn units Dr Lachlan Farmer
15 Fake nails, cheap pants – Full thickness cyanoacrylate burns Dr Lachlan Farmer
16 A burns education study day for Midland Region Physiotherapists Sheena Fleet
17 Aerobic capacity and strength rehabilitation in a burn survivor Sheena Fleet
18 Beyond burns Dale Forbes, Anne Darton
19 What constitutes effective occupational therapy and physiotherapy input when treating axilla burns in a paediatric population; a critically appraised topic Emma Gee Kee, Bree Cox, Megan Simons
20 S.H.A.R.E. sharing hope, acceptance, resilience and experience-an overview of a burns peer support program and its benefits to its consumers Dana Goennemann
21 Microbiology profile and antibiogram in burns patients: a 5 year review at a tertiary-level teaching hospital. Michelle Guo
22 Burn wound swabs – why, when, what and how? Madeleine Jacques
23 Return to work after severe burn injury – a five year audit Akane Katsu
24 Compression therapy: A rubric to aid pressure garment prescription and patient compliance Rosemary Kendell
25 Working hand in glove: A collaborative approach to wound dressings and compression therapy Rosemary Kendell
26 Caring for asylum seekers within a Australian paediatric burn centre Roy Kimble
27 Pinery bush fires: Allied Health workforce response Tanja  Klotz
28 The effect of moisturizers or creams on scar progress: A systematic review protocol. Tanja  Klotz
29 Use of MatriDerm for management of neck scar contracture Dr Nicholas Linklater
30 How to create burn porcine models: A systematic review Dr Ruth Lumbuun
31 Airway management in burns patients prior to transfer to a burns unit Prof. Peter Maitz
32 Appropriate use of burns referral chart in burns transfers in NSW Prof. Peter Maitz
33 Concord hospital burns unit experience with the use of Biobrane® Prof. Peter Maitz
34 Fluid resuscitation prior in early management of burns patients Prof. Peter Maitz
35 Impact of first-aid on clinical outcome of large burns Prof. Peter Maitz
36 Impact of hypothermia on the care outcome of burns patients Prof. Peter Maitz
37 Impact of timing of application of Biobrane® on outcome in partial-thickness burns Prof. Peter Maitz
38 Review of TBSA estimation accuracy over the past three decades in NSW Prof. Peter Maitz
39 Techniques of application of Biobrane® outside theatre environment Prof. Peter Maitz
40 Mechanism of injury and prognostic factors in patients treated for burns in Tasmania Dr Hugh Manifold
41 A six-year year audit of surgical and occupational therapy interventions for full thickness/deep dermal burns sustained to the axilla presenting at RNSH Andrea McKittrick
42 Effectiveness of basic educational intervention in paediatric burns first aid Dr Wan Loong James Mok
43 ITS A RACE TO BE COOL!!! Louise Nicholl
44 Vitamin D status in the adult burn population at Concord Hospital Caroline Nicholls
45 “What’s the difference between this wound and that wound?” The biochemical differences between burns of different depth  Dr Tony Parker
46 Is surgery always the answer? Dr Ashwini Pondicherry
47 Management of minor burns in breast-feeding patients: The current state of the literature Dr Michael Rooke
48 Nitrous oxide neuropathy and the burns patient Andrew Sanders
49 The use of silicone impregnated foam material in the management of burn scar hypertrophy – practical applications for effective rehabilitation interventions Michael Serghiou
50 The evolution of Camp Oz: Addressing the evidence gaps Dr Megan Simons
51 History of burns surgery Apresh Singla
52 Impact on professional quality of life for burns unit staff caring for multiple limb amputee patients Dr Ania Smialkowski
53 Management of patients with Purpura Fulminans and four-limb amputation in a Burns Unit Dr Ania Smialkowski
54 Salvage of complex knee wounds in bilateral lower limb amputees as a consequence of Purpura Fulminans: A reconstructive challenge for the burns surgeon Dr Ania Smialkowski
55 Burns camps: A family affair Cheri Templeton
56 Professor Pegg Burns Unit Mortality Audit 2016 Elizabeth Vujcich, Karen Muller, Professor Michael Muller
57 Pilot study of the implementation of a cross-site therapy outcome measure Louisa Wardrope
58 What is the therapy cost of a burn to the palm? Stephanie Wicks
59 An evaluation of the Emergency Management of Severe Burns (EMSB) course: A follow up Dr Wei Lun Wong
60 Energy expenditure in small burns: A pilot study Professor Fiona Wood
61 Posttraumatic growth and posttraumatic stress: A discussion of the literature Professor Fiona Wood
62 Posttraumatic growth and resilience: similarities and differences Professor Fiona Wood