CBAIM members include burn care physicians, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, social workers, psychologists, rehabilitation experts, and research personnel. Firefighters, administrators, prevention educators, and burn patients also comprise the CBAIM membership. Membership is open to health care professionals and others with a demonstrated interest/accomplishment in the field of burns.


One of the CBAIM's major activities is to further the professional education of its members. Annual meetings that include postgraduate and correlative sessions are held----with accreditation awarded by the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine for Continuing Medical Education.


The CBAIM publishes the Chinese Journal of Burns,Wound and Surface Ulcers, its official bimonthly publication, along with the Association's newsletter. The Journal is peer-reviewed, and includes the latest information in research and clinical burn care,wound management.


Other CBAIM publications include (1)Clinical Handbook of Burns Regenerative Therapy ---- an education material for clinicians and nurses in burn care field and other related medical field ; (2) Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy ----an extensive compilation of materials in burn care, prevention, and research.


The Association co-sponsors educational regional meetings throughout the country, and each year awards a number of fellowships and grants to members to advance scientific, clinical, educational, and prevention-related work in the burn care community.