Emergency Management of Severe Burns (EMSB)

Emergency Management of Severe Burns (EMSB)

The EMSB course provides a systematic and structured method for managing severe burns in patients. It is supported by scientific evidence and employs different teaching strategies to focus on essential principles and treatment protocols. Moreover, the course consistently emphasises the advantages of a uniform approach to emergency burn care among all healthcare professionals. This approach improves the quality of initial treatment, facilitates appropriate referrals, and ultimately enhances the chances of survival and recovery for patients with severe burns.


  •  1 Day 

Target Audience:

This course is designed for health professionals who may encounter individuals with acute severe burns.

Course Structure:

The EMSB course focuses on educating healthcare professionals on identifying, evaluating, stabilising, and transporting patients with severe burn injuries. It demonstrates relevant clinical skills and facilitates group discussions to delve deeper into important topics. To enhance understanding, life-like case simulations are utilised to reinforce and integrate the course content.


Course Assessment:

The course concludes with a written examination (MCQ) and a short, simulated patient clinical scenario. A certificate of completion is provided on successful completion of both parts.


  •  22 Clinical and 2 Ethics CPD points. 

Instructor/Student Ratio: