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Panelists discuss their experiences and strategies for personal and family recovery.
Please join Program Director, Dr. Jeffrey Schneider, as he takes you on an introductory tour of the Boston-Harvard Burn Injury Model System (BH-BIMS) website. This podcast explores the information, resources and links available through the BH-BIMS website that are of interest to the community of burn survivors, healthcare providers and the community-at-large.
The MSKTC has many resources available about the Burn Injury Model System, including helpful flyers and handouts about injury - and also the contact information for Model System sites nationwide.
View the MSKTC's newest slideshow, Social Interaction after Burn Injury
Connect with the National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Resarch
The mission of the National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) is to bring a high quality of care and improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. As part of their mission, the Burn Injury Model System contributes to the Burn Data Coordination Center - established in 1994 - gathering data from several national sites on burn care and health outcomes.
The Boston-Harvard Burn Injury Model System (BH-BIMS) in Boston, MA has a diverse and active group of burn injury clinicians and researchers. Our goal is to provide the best possible care for patients with burn injury. BH-BIMS is a collaborative research effort between Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital and Shriners Hospital for Children - Boston to improve care for burn survivors. For more information, please see our "About Us" page!
Do you have pain or itching due to a burn injury?
If you are over the age of 18, you may be eligible to participate in this research study.
This study involves a method of non-invasive brain stimulation called Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS), and is part of the Boston-Harvard Burn Injury Model System.
For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 617-952-6155.
Dr. Colleen Ryan and Dr. Tompkins authors of top-cited papers in burn care and research
Authors Jason J. Nam, et. al. of “Citation Classics in the Burn Literature During the Past 55 Years” identified the 100 most cited, peer-reviewed burn-related publications produced in the past 55 years in the Journal of Burn Care & Research. Ryans and Tompkins were both lead authors on manuscripts that made the list of the 100 most-cited articles in burn care, 1955–2011.
Dr Ryan’s publication, “Objective estimates of the probability of death from burn injuries” from the New England Journal of Medicine ranked 12th on the list with 215 citations, while Dr. Tompkins’ publication, “Significant reductions in mortality for children with burn injuries through the use of prompt eschar excision” from Annals of Surgery ranked 91st with 90 citations.
Read the complete article here: Citation Classics in the Burn Literature During the Past 55 Years
The Station Nightclub Fire Recalled- Boston-Harvard Burn Injury Model System Doctors Envision the Future of Burn Care
BH-BIMS Program Director, Dr. Jeffrey Schneider and Director of Clinical Care, Dr. Colleen Ryan, investigate the long-term outcomes for burn survivors from this historic event in Rhode Island.
Read the article from WBUR's CommonHealth here.
Read the complete article, "The Long-Term Impact of Physical and Emotional Trauma: The Station Nightclub Fire" in the scientific journal PLOS One here.
Article featuring Dr. Schneider in Harvard Medical School magazine, Harvard Medicine
This article focuses on the art of New Jersey-based artist, Doug Auld, who creates portraits of burn survivors. Entitled "Surface Tension", this article includes commentary by Program Director Dr. Jeffrey Schneider.
Read the complete article and see Auld's art here.