Programme

Wednesday 04 Sep

Preliminary Programme Wednesday 4 September 2019

09:00

Registration

10:00

Interactive educational course: "Managing of typical burns"

12:00

Lunch symposium

12:00

Lunch

Plenary session

13:00

Where we are and where we are going

Tina Palmieri, USA

13:20

Engineering the future-skin engineering

Martin Meuli, Switzerland

Opening Ceremony

13:45

Welcome

14:30

Rudi Hermans Lecture

Nancy Van Loey, The Netherlands

15:00

Coffee break

Session Surgery-Acute I

15:30

How to avoid reconstruction

Anthony Papp, USA

15:30

Session Outcome 1

15:30

Session Nursing

Session Basic Research I

15:30

Translation and implementation of research in burn treatment

Esther Middelkoop, The Netherlands

15:30

Session Woundhealing

18:00

Welcome reception

Thursday 05 Sep

Preliminary Programme Thursday 5 September 2019

07:30

Registration

PAM Special Interest Session (interactive)

08:00

Existencial perspective after burn injury

Mimmie Willebrand, Sweden

Session Surgery-Acute II

08:00

Juan Barret

Microsurgery in Burns

08:00

Session Anesthesia/Critical Care I

08:00

Session Scar treatment

10:00

Coffee break

Plenary session "How do I do it"

10:30

Early excision in my hands

David Herndon, USA

11:00

Why are trace elements important in burns

Mette Berger, Switzerland

11:30

Misconduct in research- only in other families?

Bengt Gerdin, Sweden

12:00

Existencial perspective after burn injury

Mimmie Willebrand, Sweden

12:00

Lunch symposium

12:30

E-poster presentations

Session New ideas and innovations I

13:30

Bio-engineering human skin: the long way from basic research to clinical trials

Ernst Reichman, Switzerland

Anaesthesia / Critical Care III

Session Woundhealing I

Session Outcome II

13:30

Big data and burns

Ken Dunn, United Kingdom

Session Pediatrics I

15:30

Small is beautiful

Clemens Schiestl, Switzerland

Session Rehabilitation OT/PT

Session Outcomes III

Session Infection

15:30

Phage therapy: perspective for infected burns

Thomas Leclerc, France

15:45

Phage therapy

Mikael Skurnik, Finland

Session New ideas and innovations I

13:30

Bio-engineering human skin: the long way from basic research to clinical trials

Ernst Reichman, Switzerland

17:00

EBA General Assembly Meeting

Friday 06 Sep

Preliminary Programme Friday 6 September 2019

08:00

Registration

Session Mass Burn Casualty Incident

08:30

Update European Mass Burn Disaster Plan

Stian Almeland, Norway

Session Surgery Reconstruction I

08:30

The most current scar pathophysiology and treatment strategies

Rei Ogawa, Japan

Session Pediatrics II

08:30

Lasers in pediatric scarmodulation

Joel Fisch, Canada

Session Basic Research II

Session Prevention

10:00

Coffee break

Plenary session SCAR

10:30

Scar management: insights from basic research

Esther Middelkoop, The Netherlands

10:50

Future of scar management

Naiem Moiemen, United Kingdom

11:10

Total scar managment from surgery to conservative therapies

Rei Ogawa,

11:30

Expansion in burn reconstruction

12:30

Lunch

12:00

Lunch symposium

12:30

E-poster presentation

Session Scar treatment I

Session Enzymatic debridement I

Session Tissue engineering

Nursing

15:00

Coffee break and E-poster presentation

Plenary session Box fights

16:00

Box fight: Hydrotherapy

Naiem Moiemen, United Kingdom

16:30

Box fight: Hydrotherapy

Jacques Latarjet, France

17:00

Inhalation is of no importance in burns

Folke Sjöberg, Sweden

17:30

End of the day programme

19:30

Gala dinner

Saturday 07 Sep

Preliminary Programme Saturday 7 September 2019

08:00

Registration

08:30

Euro-Mediterranean Burns Council Session: Bridging the gap

08:30

Session Surgery Reconstruction II

08:30

Session Rehabilitation OT/PT

08:30

Session Enzymatic debridement II

08:30

Burn Centre Organization

10:00

Coffee break

12:00

Closure

Plenary session Burns Centre Organization and guidelines

10:30

Verification standards in North America

Joel Fisch, Canada

10:30

Burn guidelines and burn centres

Peter Vogt, Germany

11:00

The France experience

Thomas Leclerc, France