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Midlands Foot Course for Diabetes StRs

Written by AGHA on 26 August 2016. Modified on 02 December 2016. Hits: 3385

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Imagine this is your first day as a diabetes consultant and your senior podiatrist asks your opinion about a foot. It looks a bit infected... or perhaps it's Charcot’s? What would you do? Do you think you have what it takes to develop and lead a world class diabetes foot service?

 
We attempt to answer these questions and prepare the diabetes consultants of tomorrow with this practical course including hands-on workshops and dedicated lectures. We address common themes not necessarily covered in day-to-day StR training.

When:  6th December 2016, Conference Centre Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

Please find full programme download here
 
To apply  click here  **BOOKING CLOSED- oversubscribed**

This FREE Midlands Diabetes foot course (in association with YDEF), specifically designed for diabetes trainee registrars.

The programme includes sessions from the expert diabetologists, foot service leads, radiologists, microbiologists, vascular surgeons and podiatrists, who will deliver lectures and workshops on topics such as:

Assessing & managing diabetic foot ulcers

When not to use antibiotics and when not to refer to surgeons

Charcots arthropathy

Identifying normal anatomy and radiological abnormalities

Principles of offloading/orthotics/biomechanics

Bedside neurovascular assessment including a doppler, diabetic neuropathy,

Surgical intervention; when  and who to call

Developing an ideal multidisciplinary foot service

This full day course will take place at Conferences Centre Queen Elizabeth Hospital on 06/12/2016 starting at 0930 and finishing by 1630.

To download the full programme click here
 
Please note that the spaces are very limited and places will be offered on first-come, first-serve basis  

Please click here to apply

**BOOKING CLOSED- oversubscribed**

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