Resources

Trauma Burn Center Resources

Prevention Materials

Free Burn Resources Available to You
Burn Patient, Survivor, and Family Resources Handout
Free Resources Available to You
University of Michigan Straight Talk Program FAQ's
Straight Talk FAQ’s
What is Straight Talk? Who can refer youth to Straight Talk?
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Straight Talk Program Description
Children Using Fire Unsafely in Our Homes and Communities
Hot Water Burns Like Fire Poster
Scald Poster
Hot Liquids Burn Like Fire 95% of scald burns to young children strike at home
Trauma Burn Coffee Cup
Scald Poster translated
Information available in Spanish and Arabic
Smoke Alarm Infographic
Smoke Alarms Save Lives
Smoke alarms should be installed on every level of the home, outside each sleeping area and inside each bedroom.
Burn Injury Awarenss Events
Join us on March 10, 2018 for the Burn Survivor and Family Workshop!

Videos

Parents Family & Friends Video
Video clip offers general guidance for parents, family and friends:
There are many benefits to having parents, children, families, schools, and hospital teams work together to facilitate a child’s return to school. Through this partnership, health and psychological issues that may arise from an injury, illness, or different appearance can be dealt with to successfully support a child’s return to school. The following resources were created specifically for parents, family members, and friends of the child returning to school after injury or illness.
Managing Questions and Stares
Managing questions and stares video:
Most people who stare, ask questions, or make comments are doing so out of curiosity or concern. You may occasionally encounter someone who is rude or reacts in an upsetting manner. You will feel more confident about dealing with these situations if you plan a response for such encounters.
School personnel & educator introduction Video
Educator Introduction Video:
There are many benefits to having parents, children, families, schools, and hospital teams work together to facilitate a child’s return to school. Through this partnership, health and psychological issues that may arise from an injury, illness, or different appearance can be dealt with to successfully support a child’s return to school. The following resources were created specifically for the teacher, principal, and other school personnel of the child returning to school after injury or illness.
General Guidance for School Personnel & Educators Video
Educators General Guidance:
This video clip offers general guidance for school personnel & educators video

Handouts/Brochures

Trauma Burn Center Prevention Programs
Internationally recognized leader in patient care, research, injury prevention, and rehabilitation
Trauma Burn Center Map
The Trauma Burn Clinic is on the second floor of the Taubman Center, Reception F
Burn Center 50 Year Timeline
U-M Burn Center Timeline
University of Michigan Burn Center Celebrates 50 Years of Expert, Compassionate Care 1959 - 2009
U-M Burn 50 Anniversary Article
AnnArbor.com Article
University of Michigan celebrates creation of burn center after 50 years AnnArbor.com Article
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Straight Talk Referral Form
Refer any youth age 8-17 who are at risk for, or exhibit high-risk behavior associated with fire play, fire setting or juvenile arson. Complete a referral form. Email it to: Kristy Brown kribro@med.umich.edu or Fax it to: 734-232-3833
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Straight Talk Disclosure Form
Complete a Waiver Disclosure form. (This is for referring schools, fire departments, police departments and social service agencies. Parent initiated referrals need not complete.) Fax it to: 734-232-3833
What You Can Do To Prevent Falls
Many falls can be prevented. By making changes, you can lower your chances of falling.
Stop The Bleed
Save A Life Poster
What everyone should know to stop bleeding after an injury
Leland Gayheart Prevention Award
Gayheart Application Form
An honorarium is awarded annually to fire departments whose innovative efforts have demonstrated a statewide, countywide, or citywide impact on fire safety and prevention.