08.00–08.50 Registration, refreshments and exhibition viewing

08.50–09.00 Welcome

09.00–9.35 Burns care and identity in Britain: a historical perspective
Jonathan Reinarz, Professor of History of Medicine, University of Birmingham

9.35–9.40 Q&A

9.40–10.15 Research advances: what does the future hold for the management of burns and infected wounds?
Simon Booth, Burn Researcher, Mcindoe Burn Centre, Queen Victoria Hospital

10.15–10.20 Q&A

10.20–11.50 Refreshments and exhibition viewing

10.50–11.25 Scar management: long-term planning
Jacky Edwards, Burns Nurse Consultant, Wythenshawe Hospital

11.25–11.30 Q&A

11.30–12.05 Pain in amputation stumps: surgical indications and outcomes
Tania Cubison, Lt Col, Consultant in Burns, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,
QVH East Grinstead, Headley Court

12.05–12.10 Q&A

12.10–12.40 The scientific and clinical evidence base for maggot therapy
Dr Yamni Nigam, Associate Professor Biomedical Science, Swansea University 

12.40–12.45 Q&A

12.45–13.45 Lunch and exhibition viewing

13.45–14.15 Mental health issues: ensuring effective liaison and referral
Mark Sewart, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Northallerton, North Yorkshire and Cassandra McLaughlin, London NHS Vetrans Service, St Pancras Hospital

14.15–14.20 Q&A

14.20–14.50 Transitional and long term considerations for the management of veterans with complex post traumatic wound injury
Major Keith Moore

14.50–14.55 Q&A

14.55–15.25 Refreshments and exhibition viewing

15.25–16.00 Veterans Trauma Network: objectives and progress
Shehan Hettiaratchy, Lead Surgeon and Major Trauma Director, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

16.00–16.05 Q&A

16.05–16.40 Bridging the gap – long-term point of access and successful wound-care outcomes WC4H
5 year strategy
Claire Stephens, Consultant Nurse, Founder and Chief Executive, Wound Care for Heroes

16.40–16.45 Q&A

16.45 Close of conference