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Australian and New Zealand Burn Association Annual Scientific MeetingThe End Game: Victories and Challenges

13 - 16 September 2022

We are excited to welcome you to join us in Sydney for the 45th Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the Australian and New Zealand Burn Association (ANZBA) being held 13-16 September 2022.

With borders open and lockdowns over, we hope you will come and enjoy the sights and sounds of Sydney, and see all your colleagues face-to-face. We miss seeing you all! However if you are unable to join us in Sydney we hope to still see you online!

 Our venue will be the amazing Sydney Luna Park. Situated on Sydney Harbour the conference centre at Luna Park provides breathtaking views whilst providing a professional area to learn, share and collaborate. With lecture halls, exhibition space and the amazing crystal ballroom for our end of conference dinner this will be an ASM to remember.

 Our theme for 2022 is “The End Game: Victories and Challenges”. We want to look at our outcomes across our multidisciplinary teams. The amazing work that everyone is achieving and planning for our burn patients. We have all had our share of ‘Marvel’lous victories, and challenges, especially recently with disasters and pandemics. What have we learned? What can we share? International and local speakers will present a mix of ways to reach that endgame for our patients, families, and clinicians. There will be presentations and discussions around research, innovations, and current practice with a focus on both the physical and psychological outcomes.

 We look forward to welcoming you all to the ANZBA ASM Sydney & Online 2022 😊

ANZBA 2022 Organising Committee

Organising Committee
Diane Elfleet & Justine O’Hara
Scientific Chairs
Andrew Holland  & Nicola Clayton
Program Chair
Anne Darton
Sponsorship Chair
Kelly Drew
Social Chair
Siobhan Connolly
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Milsons Point
NSW 2061

Luna Park is Sydney’s premier amusement park featuring fun and games for the entire family. Located at Milsons Point on the north side of Sydney Harbour Bridge the park has an amazing outlook over Sydney Harbour. Entry to Luna Park is free so you only need to pay for rides and games.

Luna Park is a short walk from Milsons Point train station. Milsons Point Station is on the main northern line.

From Central you pass through Town Hall and Wynyard and then across the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Milsons Point.

You can catch a ferry from Circular Quay or Darling Harbour which stops at Milsons Point (Luna Park) wharf.




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COVID-19 Statement

Thank you for your interest in the 2022 Australian and New Zealand Burn Association Annual Scientific Meeting taking place 13 – 16 September 2022, we look forward to your participation.

We’re pleased to advise the conference will take place in hybrid format, meaning attendees can choose to participate either online or in-person. To help accommodate ongoing changes to COVID rules and restrictions, attendees have the flexibility to change their registration in the lead up to the event.

The health and safety of all attendees is of utmost importance to ANZBA and the organisers. For those planning to attend in-person, the conference will follow all COVID-19 guidelines and protocols implemented by the government and host venue. We will work closely with the venue, suppliers, and stakeholders to provide the safest possible environment for conference attendees, and we will continue to monitor and adhere to government advice as planning proceeds.

If you wish to attend onsite, please consider that governments and/or venues may require all in-person attendees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination, or valid exemption. We will continue to monitor all requirements, including vaccination, as planning proceeds and advise delegates. We will facilitate changes to your registration if you are impacted at any time.