burn injuries

Driving improved burns care and patient outcomes through clinical registry data: A review of quality indicators in the Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand

BACKGROUND: In 2009, the Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand (BRANZ) published a set of clinical quality indicators (QIs) to monitor performance, improve quality of care, and inform and change policy. With several years of data collected …

Variation in documented inhalation injury rates following burn injury in Australia and New Zealand

INTRODUCTION: The negative impact of inhalation injuries on in-hospital outcomes for burn patients is well known, but the burns community is yet to form a consensus on diagnostic criteria and clinical definitions. The diagnosis of inhalation injuries …

Predictors of itch and pain in the 12 months following burn injury: Findings from the Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand

BACKGROUND: Itch and pain are common complaints of patients with burn injuries. This study aimed to describe the prevalence and predictors of itch and moderate to severe pain in the first 12 months following a burn injury, and determine the …

Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand 9th Annual Report

We are pleased to present the ninth Annual Report of the Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand (BRANZ), covering the period between the 1st July 2017 and 30th June 2018. The registry provides a comprehensive view of burn injury and its …

Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand Ninth Annual Report

Update from the **Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand**

Epidemiology of burn-related fatalities in Australia and New Zealand, 2009-2015

BACKGROUND: Knowledge of the epidemiology of burn-related fatalities is limited, with most previous studies based on hospital and burn centre data only. AIMS: To describe the epidemiological characteristics of all burn-related fatalities in …

Epidemiology of work-related burn injuries presenting to burn centres in Australia and New Zealand

BACKGROUND: Burn injuries to workers can have a devastating impact, however knowledge of the epidemiology of work-related burn injuries in Australia and New Zealand is limited. PURPOSE: To describe epidemiological characteristics of work-related …

Burn injuries

Investigating and reporting on burn injuries in Australia and New Zealand.

Epidemiology of Work-related Burn Injuries

New publication from the **Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand**

Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand Eigth Annual Report

Update from the **Burns Registry of Australia and New Zealand**