DPC Foot & Wound Clinic - Wednesday 30 October 2019
Choose relevant sessions for you in your role:
Multi-disciplinary team – these sessions are suitable for the entire MDT and will aim to promote joint working and understanding of care pathways.
Primary Care & Non-Specialist – designed for healthcare professionals who are not specialists in diabetes or related conditions, and who may work in a Primary Care setting.
Specialist – these sessions are designed for specialists in diabetes and related conditions. Sessions may also be appropriate for Primary Care specialists or leads in diabetes and related conditions.
*NB – These are advisory labels so please read the session description and learning outcomes carefully to ensure the session is right for you
Look at my shoes. An interactive session of all the key factors of pressure relief. A review of the range of devices that are commonly available and how to access, supported by case examples and outcomes.
NEW NICE Guidance for treating diabetes foot ulcers What this means for patients, clinicians and health organisations How to implement NICE Guidance into clinical practice
This foot ulcer doesn’t look right? What are the principles of wound debridement and what are the different ways a wound can be debrided? Session support with clinical case studies.
Its only a small ulcer – can it be infected? An interactive session looking at how important infection management is in the foot in diabetes, with case studies and a discussion about management of complex Diabetic Foot infections. Latest guidelines and evidence-based practice will also be highlighted.
An interactive discussion with the team focused both major and minor on amputation. The session will look at amputation planning and surgery, and include a discussion about outcomes and what needs to be put in place for the patient to limit their risk of further amputation.
An overview of the importance and relevance of diagnostic investigations in Diabetic Foot management and an overview of pathways supported by interactive X-ray cases.