Clinical Education

BRCA Foundation is accredited by the Medical Association of Georgia to provide continuing medical education for physicians, awarding AMA PRA Category 1 Creditâ„¢, and by the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing education, awarding CE Credit.

Providers can login to our online platform and find opportunities to learn more about caring for burn patients and, in some cases, earn CE, CNE or CME credits on a variety of topics. The healing and helping of patients goes far beyond the walls of our burn centers, and we want to help healthcare providers enhance their knowledge, competence and performance in practice to improve patient outcomes.

Burn Symposium

BRCA Foundation also has a podcast! Earn credits by streaming Burn Care Radio! Burn Care Radio is dedicated to providing all healthcare professionals quality education on burn care including emergency, critical care, acute surgical and reconstruction topics. Listen to paramedics, SWAT teams, nurses, flight teams, physicians and other experts discuss how they deliver quality care on a wide variety of healthcare topics. The goal of Burn Care Radio is to help you improve your patient care by listening to real-world experiences from experts as they discuss what worked well for them and what sparked change in their practice. Available on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, iHeart Radio, Spotify and Tunein.

Additionally, facilities can request to have in-person training administered on-site. Clinical educators can be made available for in-person offerings related to burn treatment.

Youth burn safety and prevention is a large part of the mission of the BRCA Foundation. From online courses to in-person prevention programming, the BRCA Foundation understands the importance of both burn safety and health education theoretical frameworks with which to build learning experiences. Phoenix Powers, the superhero mascot of BRCA Foundation, helps to educate kids about the dangers of fire and how to help prevent burn injuries.

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