Saving lives is not enough
First responders in burns treatment
Jill is a personal injury lawyer with specialist expertise in product safety. She represents individuals and families who have been affected by fires and explosions, including those believed to have been caused by faulty household products such as tumble-dryers and fridge freezers. She has a particular interest in assisting survivors of burns, having regularly witnessed the psychological and physical effects that these incidents can have
David is the founder of SharedAim Ltd, an innovative customer experience consultancy established to help organisations design and deliver human-centred services. Prior to this, he had a distinguished career in the fire and rescue service, during which he worked closely with the burns sector resulting in the Saving Lives is Not Enough report that he co-authored.
Johanne works for The Katie Piper Foundation as Head of Patient Services. She is a qualified psychotherapist and has over 20 years’ experience of supporting adults and children within social care and the charitable sector. Her primary focus for survivors of burns and people living with scars from traumatic incidents, is to provide psychosocial input and help them to access appropriate services, to benefit their quality of life.
Kristina is a burn specialist nurse of 18 years working at the King's College Hospital with an interest in burns first aid, education and pre-hospital burn care. She is the author of "The Family Oops and Burns First Aid" and co-author of the "Saving Lives is Not Enough" report.
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