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Oct 2019


Anaheim Convention Center 800 W Katella Avenue Anaheim , California 92802
Tel: (714) 765-8950
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Phoenix World Burn Congress 2019






Event Overview:

This renowned event is a reflection of our community in action. People come together to offer support, increase their knowledge of burn recovery, and share inspiring stories. For many burn survivors, it is their first opportunity to connect with others on the journey of burn recovery.

Phoenix World Burn Congress is also a valued learning experience for burn care professionals. Through workshops, speakers, and peer-to-peer dialogue, professionals come to better understand the issues that impact the lives of burn survivors. Many participating firefighters have discussed the closure it brings them as they witness burn survivors and their families living meaningful lives.

Participants include burn survivors and their families, burn physicians, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, social workers, fire and rescue workers, and regional burn foundations and organizations. Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors is the leading national burn support organization committed to serving those affected by burn injuries through peer support, education, and advocacy.

Exhibitor Information:

Why Exhibit?

As an exhibitor you will have the opportunity to:

  • Meet burn center staff, burn survivors, and fire fighters from across the Nation and internationally who are actively involved in burn care support and prevention at their local level.
  • Display current advancements in burn care, rehabilitation, and prevention.
  • Network with attendees in the exhibit area and at social events.
  • Attend the educational and inspirational sessions throughout the conference.


About the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors:

More than 35 Years of Supporting Burn Survivors

Founded in 1977, the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors is the leading national nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering anyone affected by a burn injury. Our name comes from the legendary bird that lives 500 years and is consumed by flame, but rises again—reborn from its ashes—more brilliant than it was before.


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