Burn Injury Information for Policymakers

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Policymakers often shape practices for individuals with burn injuries. Our factsheets identify issues faced by individuals with burn injuries along with practical strategies, which can inform policymakers as they make decisions. Our database of research citations and systematic reviews provides the evidence that policymakers need to support their decisions. Additional resources to support policymakers such as policy briefs are under development. Learn more about the Burn Injury Model Systems and their research activities here.


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Consumer-oriented factsheets created through a collaboration between the MSKTC and the Burn Injury Model Systems.

Find Your Model System

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Find and learn more about the Burn Injury Model Systems Centers that are national leaders in medical research and patient care.

Research Database

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View and search research articles published by the Burn Injury Model Systems.

Systematic Reviews

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A systematic review is a formal, organized method for compiling, evaluating, and summarizing all of the published research evidence related to a specific medical or health topic.