The resources on this page cover burn survivor integration into society and other post burn injury advancements. [Click here for treatment of burns and seek medical attention.]


Articles and Research Dealing with Post-Burns:

Shriners Improves Care for Young Burn Patients, FOCUS, 10-27-06, by Erica Seiguer an MD–PhD student studying economics in Harvard’s Doctoral Program in Health Policy. [The 2000 study covered burn injured children treated at Boston Shiners between 1969 through 1992. The study was a joint effort between Boston Shiners Hosiptal and Harvard Medical School. The results were published in 2000 in JAMA (The Journal of the American Medical Association).]

Burn Survivor Projects:

State of Grace: Paintings of Burn Survivors, by artist Doug Auld (also the subject matter of an excellent article in The New York Times; and states what the burned models do for a living).

Beth Reynolds: The Photo-Documentary Press, Inc.--photographs of the Roger Pepper Snow Camp for Burn Survivors

Ben Sherwood, a recently retired executive producer of ABC's Good Morning America, is conducting research on survivors for a 2008 release book. His web site and survey can be found at http://www.survivorstrengths.com. The research code is: survivorsclub.

 

TED Presentation (video is less than 20 minutes)- Alan Russell: Why can't we grow new body parts? Alan Russell studies regenerative medicine -- a breakthrough way of thinking about disease and injury, using a process that can signal the body to rebuild itself. 2007.

 


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