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DPC Foot & Wound Clinic

FOOT AND WOUND CLINIC LOGO 300 Introduced for the first time at DPC2017, this dedicated clinic delivers the latest information and practical skills to help patients look after their feet and lower limbs.

The DPC2018 Foot & Wound Clinic will again be run in conjunction with a highly experienced clinical podiatry team from Solent NHS Trust, led by Graham Bowen. 

DPC2017 Foot & Wound Clinic Programme

Please click the session titles for further information on the presentations and speakers.

  • Wednesday 15th November 2017

    10:50 - 11:20

    How competent are you in assessing the diabetic foot?
    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust

     
    NETWORKING & VISIT TO EXHIBITION
     
    12:15 - 12:45

    Moderate and high risk foot pathway
    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust

     
    12:50 - 13:20

    Optimisation of care for the diabetic foot disease – what can be done to prevent amputations?
    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust
    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust
    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

     
    NETWORKING & VISIT TO EXHIBITION
     
    14:40 - 15:10

    Workshop offloading – Total Contact Casting demonstration
    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust
    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust
    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

     
    NETWORKING & VISIT TO EXHIBITION
     
    16:40 - 17:10

    Workshop for wound bed preparation Exudate management – Pico S & M
    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust
    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust
    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

    How competent are you in assessing the diabetic foot?

    Learning outcomes:

    • Refresh knowledge on screening the diabetic foot
    • Take results of screening and be able to identify foot risk as per NICE NG19
    • To be able to give appropriate foot health messages to patients

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa is a clinical academic podiatrist specialising in diabetic foot disease within Solent NHS Trust. He has a regular clinical caseload that includes individuals with diabetes who are at high risk of developing foot disease and through this has an extensive network of clinical colleagues who regularly participate in assisting research.

    The focus of his research is using novel nerve conduction and transuctaneous oxygen devices to help with the earlier diagnosis of diabetes neurovascular changes.

    Moderate and high risk foot pathway

    Learning outcomes:

    • To become familiar with diabetic foot pathways
    • To be able to describe what podiatry can offer to patients
    • Examples of foot complications seen in patients

    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust

    Fatima works at Solent NHS Trust as a podiatrist in the At-Risk Foot team.

    Optimisation of care for the diabetic foot disease – what can be done to prevent amputations?

    Learning outcomes:

    • Key factors needed to optimise in care for diabetic foot disease
    • How you can contribute to preventing lower limb amputations
    • Case examples of optimisation of care

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa is a clinical academic podiatrist specialising in diabetic foot disease within Solent NHS Trust. He has a regular clinical caseload that includes individuals with diabetes who are at high risk of developing foot disease and through this has an extensive network of clinical colleagues who regularly participate in assisting research.

    The focus of his research is using novel nerve conduction and transuctaneous oxygen devices to help with the earlier diagnosis of diabetes neurovascular changes.


    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust

    Fatima works at Solent NHS Trust as a podiatrist in the At-Risk Foot team.


    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

    Graham is clinical lead for Podiatry at Solent NHS Trust and works in and across community and secondary care MDT clinics. His clinical focus is managing and preventing acute diabetic foot disease. Graham has a key interest in ensuring that appropriate offloading is provided to all suitable foot ulceration and Charcot patients.

    Workshop offloading – Total Contact Casting demonstration

    Learning outcomes:

    • Overview of the use of TCC-EZ in the treatment of the diabetic foot disease
    • Demonstration of the application of a non-removable TCC
    • Speakers will share experience of using this product in a diabetic foot pathway

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa is a clinical academic podiatrist specialising in diabetic foot disease within Solent NHS Trust. He has a regular clinical caseload that includes individuals with diabetes who are at high risk of developing foot disease and through this has an extensive network of clinical colleagues who regularly participate in assisting research.

    The focus of his research is using novel nerve conduction and transuctaneous oxygen devices to help with the earlier diagnosis of diabetes neurovascular changes.


    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust

    Fatima works at Solent NHS Trust as a podiatrist in the At-Risk Foot team.


    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

    Graham is clinical lead for Podiatry at Solent NHS Trust and works in and across community and secondary care MDT clinics. His clinical focus is managing and preventing acute diabetic foot disease. Graham has a key interest in ensuring that appropriate offloading is provided to all suitable foot ulceration and Charcot patients.

    Workshop for wound bed preparation Exudate management – Pico S & M

    Learning outcomes:

    • Use of the Pico trademark by Smith and Nephew in the diabetic foot pathway for advanced wound care to resolve ulceration
    • Overview of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in the diabetic foot pathway


    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa is a clinical academic podiatrist specialising in diabetic foot disease within Solent NHS Trust. He has a regular clinical caseload that includes individuals with diabetes who are at high risk of developing foot disease and through this has an extensive network of clinical colleagues who regularly participate in assisting research.

    The focus of his research is using novel nerve conduction and transuctaneous oxygen devices to help with the earlier diagnosis of diabetes neurovascular changes.


    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust

    Fatima works at Solent NHS Trust as a podiatrist in the At-Risk Foot team.


    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

    Graham is clinical lead for Podiatry at Solent NHS Trust and works in and across community and secondary care MDT clinics. His clinical focus is managing and preventing acute diabetic foot disease. Graham has a key interest in ensuring that appropriate offloading is provided to all suitable foot ulceration and Charcot patients.


  • Thursday 16th November 2017

    10:05 - 10:35

    Explorer: The reality of healing Diabetes foot ulcers
    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

     
    10:50 - 11:20

    How competent are you in assessing the diabetic foot?
    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust

     
    NETWORKING & VISIT TO EXHIBITION
     
    12:15 - 12:45

    Moderate and high risk foot pathway
    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust

     
    12:50 - 13:20

    Optimisation of care for the diabetic foot disease – what can be done to prevent amputations?
    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust
    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust
    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

     
    NETWORKING & VISIT TO EXHIBITION
     
    14:40 - 15:10

    Workshop offloading – Total Contact Casting demonstration
    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust
    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust
    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

     
    NETWORKING & VISIT TO EXHIBITION
     
    16:40 - 17:10

    Workshop for wound bed preparation Exudate management – Pico S & M
    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust
    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust
    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

    Explorer: The reality of healing Diabetes foot ulcers


    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

    Graham is clinical lead for Podiatry at Solent NHS Trust and works in and across community and secondary care MDT clinics. His clinical focus is managing and preventing acute diabetic foot disease. Graham has a key interest in ensuring that appropriate offloading is provided to all suitable foot ulceration and Charcot patients.

    How competent are you in assessing the diabetic foot?

    Learning outcomes:

    • Refresh knowledge on screening the diabetic foot
    • Take results of screening and be able to identify foot risk as per NICE NG19
    • To be able to give appropriate foot health messages to patients

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa is a clinical academic podiatrist specialising in diabetic foot disease within Solent NHS Trust. He has a regular clinical caseload that includes individuals with diabetes who are at high risk of developing foot disease and through this has an extensive network of clinical colleagues who regularly participate in assisting research.

    The focus of his research is using novel nerve conduction and transuctaneous oxygen devices to help with the earlier diagnosis of diabetes neurovascular changes.

    Moderate and high risk foot pathway

    Learning outcomes:

    • To become familiar with diabetic foot pathways
    • To be able to describe what podiatry can offer to patients
    • Examples of foot complications seen in patients

    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust

    Fatima works at Solent NHS Trust as a podiatrist in the At-Risk Foot team.

    Optimisation of care for the diabetic foot disease – what can be done to prevent amputations?

    Learning outcomes:

    • Key factors needed to optimise in care for diabetic foot disease
    • How you can contribute to preventing lower limb amputations
    • Case examples of optimisation of care

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa is a clinical academic podiatrist specialising in diabetic foot disease within Solent NHS Trust. He has a regular clinical caseload that includes individuals with diabetes who are at high risk of developing foot disease and through this has an extensive network of clinical colleagues who regularly participate in assisting research.

    The focus of his research is using novel nerve conduction and transuctaneous oxygen devices to help with the earlier diagnosis of diabetes neurovascular changes.


    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust

    Fatima works at Solent NHS Trust as a podiatrist in the At-Risk Foot team.


    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

    Graham is clinical lead for Podiatry at Solent NHS Trust and works in and across community and secondary care MDT clinics. His clinical focus is managing and preventing acute diabetic foot disease. Graham has a key interest in ensuring that appropriate offloading is provided to all suitable foot ulceration and Charcot patients.

    Workshop offloading – Total Contact Casting demonstration

    Learning outcomes:

    • Overview of the use of TCC-EZ in the treatment of the diabetic foot disease
    • Demonstration of the application of a non-removable TCC
    • Speakers will share experience of using this product in a diabetic foot pathway

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa is a clinical academic podiatrist specialising in diabetic foot disease within Solent NHS Trust. He has a regular clinical caseload that includes individuals with diabetes who are at high risk of developing foot disease and through this has an extensive network of clinical colleagues who regularly participate in assisting research.

    The focus of his research is using novel nerve conduction and transuctaneous oxygen devices to help with the earlier diagnosis of diabetes neurovascular changes.


    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust

    Fatima works at Solent NHS Trust as a podiatrist in the At-Risk Foot team.


    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

    Graham is clinical lead for Podiatry at Solent NHS Trust and works in and across community and secondary care MDT clinics. His clinical focus is managing and preventing acute diabetic foot disease. Graham has a key interest in ensuring that appropriate offloading is provided to all suitable foot ulceration and Charcot patients.

    Workshop for wound bed preparation Exudate management – Pico S & M

    Learning outcomes:

    • Use of the Pico trademark by Smith and Nephew in the diabetic foot pathway for advanced wound care to resolve ulceration
    • Overview of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in the diabetic foot pathway


    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa, Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow - Diabetes, University of Southampton and Solent NHS Trust

    Simbarashe Tanyanyiwa is a clinical academic podiatrist specialising in diabetic foot disease within Solent NHS Trust. He has a regular clinical caseload that includes individuals with diabetes who are at high risk of developing foot disease and through this has an extensive network of clinical colleagues who regularly participate in assisting research.

    The focus of his research is using novel nerve conduction and transuctaneous oxygen devices to help with the earlier diagnosis of diabetes neurovascular changes.


    Fatima Cassim, Podiatry Advanced Practitioner, Solent NHS Trust

    Fatima works at Solent NHS Trust as a podiatrist in the At-Risk Foot team.


    Graham Bowen, Clinical Lead for Podiatry, Solent NHS Trust

    Graham is clinical lead for Podiatry at Solent NHS Trust and works in and across community and secondary care MDT clinics. His clinical focus is managing and preventing acute diabetic foot disease. Graham has a key interest in ensuring that appropriate offloading is provided to all suitable foot ulceration and Charcot patients.


Exhibition information

Diabetes Professional Care
+44 23 8081 1551

Wednesday 14 November 2018
Thursday 15 November 2018

Olympia London
Olympia Way
London
W14 8UW

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Exhibition information

Diabetes Professional Care
+44 23 8081 1551

Wednesday 14 November 2018
Thursday 15 November 2018

Olympia London
Olympia Way
London
W14 8UW

Organised by

Organised by