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Improving Recovery for Burn Survivors

Presentations from the Burn Experiences Study

Please note: Results that are presented in the following posters are drawn from ongoing data collection and analyses and might not represent the final results of the project.

  1. Mauck MC, McCall M, Sefton C, Jones SW, J, Hwang J, Williams F, Shupp JW, Karlnoski R, Smith DJ, Cairns BA, McLean SA. Initial PTSD symptoms predict persistent pain among survivors of major thermal burn injury. Society of Biological Psychiatry; 2017 May; 81(10): S350.
  2. Mauck MC, Doshi N, Jia E, Jallah D, Bien M, Shupp JW, Karlnoski R, Smith DJ, Cairns BA, McLean SA. Functional Consequences of Graft Site Pain and Itch in Survivors of Major Thermal Burn Injury. American Society of Anesthesiologists, 2016 October, A2272.
  3. Mauck, M.C. et. al. African Americans Experience a Greater Burden of Pain and Itch after Major Thermal Burn Injury than European Americans (Lecture). International Association for the Study of Pain, Annual Meeting, Yokohama, Japan, 9/27/2016.
  4. Liu AY, Bermudez AL, Hu J, Jones S, Hwang J, Smith JE, Ballina LE, Patel A, Tran T, Karlnoski T, Smith DJ, Cairns B, McLean SA. African Americans Are at Increased Risk of Developing Chronic Pain and Itch at the Site of Tissue Autograft Following Major Thermal Burn Injury. Annual Meeting of the American Pain Society, Tampa, FL, May 2014.
  5. Ballina L, Diatchenko L, Ulirsch J, Swor R, Peak D, Jones J, Rathlev N, Lee D, Domieir R, Hendry P, Liberzon I, McLean SA. Sexually Dimorphic Influence of COMT on Distress in the Immediate Aftermath of Trauma. American Pain Society, 2013 May 8–11, 2013. New Orleans, LA.