About the Burn & Soft Tissue Injury Education Series
Annette Matherly, MS, RN, CCRN
Community Outreach/Burn Disaster Coordinator
Western Region Burn Disaster Consortia Coordinator
As indicated in the schedule 12:00-1:00 PM MST
The University of Utah Health's Burn Center brings education and resources to community providers covering burn and soft tissue injuries.
Community providers can get educational resources for free from an interdisciplinary team of burn and soft tissue injury professionals from the University of Utah Health Burn Center.
Why Participate in Burn & Soft Tissue Injury Education For Providers?
In many communities and health care facilities, only a limited number of providers are able to gain regular education and experience in the areas of burn and soft tissue injuries.
The burn and soft tissue injury series aims to expand the knowledge of hands-on expertise gathered at a regional Burn Center to local community providers who want to gain a deeper insight of tertiary burns and soft-tissue injuries.
These sessions are open to any level provider who may benefit from such education. Sessions also offer Category 1 CME for those who are eligible to claim credit.
How Do I Access Burn Education Resources?
The education series is streamed live, and resources are housed on a secure, HIPAA-compliant website. To access these resources, you will need to request an account which takes less than 60 seconds to gain access.
Please visit the Crisis Standards of Care website portal to register.
Burn / Soft Tissue Injury Series Schedule 2023
|Feb. 15, 2023||
Scald Injury in the Vulnerable Adult
|April 19, 2023||
Chemical Burns: Ingestion and Inhalation and Cutaneous, Oh My!
|June 7th, 2023||
Comfort Care: Life and Death with Dignity in the Elderly Burn Patient
Survive and Thrive: The Burn Journey
*Retrospective EMS CME are available for archived presentations
*Retrospective Nursing CE available for sessions one year post initial session