Saving Lives is not Enough - a UK study on how to protect burn victims more effectively
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A casualty-centred proposal identifying how Fire and Rescue Services can improve pre-hospital care and quality of life outcomes for burn survivors.
This report sets out ten recommendations (Elements) for improving the pre-hospital care, experience and outcomes for burn survivors. The
primary audience for these is the Fire and Rescue Service, although by necessity they require the engagement of the wider emergency service family.
Authors: David Wales / Kristina Stiles