Ten years ago in 2006 the American Burn Association (ABA) and the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) organized the first State of Science (SOS) meeting in Washington, DC. Representatives from the burn community—healthcare practitioners, fire service professionals, researchers, and burn survivors, among others—came together to set priorities for burn research and practice. Phoenix Society brought to the table a broad national perspective and the ability to identify survivor and family advocates who could share their personal experiences, as well as those of the survivors and family members they support through the Phoenix SOAR (Survivors Offering Assistance in Recovery) program. In February 2016, the ABA and NIDILRR convened the second SOS Progress in Burn Research Acute and Rehabilitative Care meeting, read on to review the progress made in the last decade.
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