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The Julian Burton Burns Trust is Australia's leading non-profit organisation dedicated to burn injury. We are committed to influencing social change to reduce the incidence and impact of burn injury.

Burn injury is one of the top 3 causes of hospitalisation in children under five years of age and one of the 3 most common injuries suffered by an Australian each year.

The Julian Burton Burns Trust is committed to:

  1. Implementing school, community and Aboriginal burn prevention and first aid programs

  2. Advancing world class care through National Community Grants and patient care services

  3. Facilitating and enabling support programs for burn survivors and their families

  4. Establish and nurture mutually rewarding partnerships to deliver a sustainable community organisation committed to the prevention, care and support associated with burn injury

National Burns Awareness Month

June 30 marked the end of another successful National Burns Awareness Month. During the month we generated greater awareness of the correct first aid for minor burns reaching in excess of 1.5 million people. "Remove-Cool-Cover"

Book BurnSafe Program for 2017

Children can play an important role in keeping themselves and their families safe. Book the BurnSafe program in South Australia for your early learning centre or primary school to learn about burns prevention and first aid for free. Click here to book this great program.

 

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FIRST AID QUICK GUIDE
In an emergency call 000
1. REMOVE
Remove any clothing and jewellery from the affected area to allow effective cooling of the burn.
2. COOL
Cool the burn under cool running water for 20 minutes - this will stop the burning process and also help ease the pain.
3. COVER
Cover the burn with a clean lint free cloth or if it is a large area, cover loosely with cling wrap to lessen the chance of infection.
4. SEEK
Seek medical advice if the burn is larger than a 20 cent piece or on the face, hands, feet or groin area.