• The registry is co-funded by ANZBA and the Julian Burton Burns Trust with additional funding received from the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (2008-09), the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust (2010), the Thyne Reid Foundation (2011), and the Australasian Foundation for Plastic Surgery (2013-17).
  • There are 17 designated burns units across Australia and New Zealand, and registry data collection has ethics approval at all 17 sites.
  • Routine quarterly reports are produced and the annual reports are publically available.
  • Data requests for specific purposes include injury prevention awareness, research, education, benchmarking and service planning.
  • Units are also able to download data for unit-specific purposes.
  • BRANZ is represented on an international working party and burn committees in three countries.




Contact Us

BRANZ Project Office | School of Public Health & Preventive Medicine | Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences | Monash University

Monash University | 553 St Kilda Road | Melbourne VIC 3004 | anzba.registry@monash.edu | Ph:03 9903 0288 | www.branz.org

Data entry website | https://bi-nbr.registry.org.au

For children 11 to 15 years of age, and 16 to 49 year old adults, flame burn was the predominant cause.