The European Burns Association (EBA) serves as a resource to facilitate communication and collaboration between burn care specialists.
An exchange of information between the various burn centres in Europe and verification of burn centres will help us to promote the goal of the EBA.
An EBA committee includes a number of specialists related to the field of burns with special interest and/or competence in a defined topic.
The European Burns Association is being managed by the board of executive members. See here who the executive members of the European Burns Association are, and what their specific role is within EBA.Read more
The task force group burn disasters in Europe was formed in 2009 at the EBA Conference in Lausanne to clarify the current European structures for cross border transfer of burn patients in disaster situations.Read more
P.A.M.’s (Professions Allied to Medicine) cover a wide group of non-medical professionals associated with burn care. The P.A.M. Committee of the EBA consists of representatives from these non-medical groups.Read more
The PAM committee and Prevention committee of the EBA will be seeking to recruit new members to both committee to commence in September 2019. Deadline application 1 August 2019.Read more