“Diabetes in Practice for Podiatrists is a wonderful user friendly resource to give practitioners a better understanding of diabetes. Foot complications are a common consequence of diabetes and this course enables you to have a supportive conversation with the person living with diabetes to help avoid preventable foot complications.”
Dr Frances Henshaw
Lecturer in Podiatry
Podiatric Medicine Western Sydney University
People living with diabetes are encouraged to see their podiatrist at least twice a year as part of the Annual Cycle of Care. Therefore, in your role as a podiatrist, you have many opportunities to support people living with diabetes and help them reduce their chance of diabetes-related foot complications. Diabetes in Practice for Podiatrists will provide you with increased knowledge and understanding of diabetes, enabling you to have meaningful conversations with people living with diabetes using simple, clear language.
In this course you will:
Delivery mode: online – 6 hours
By the end of the course you will have an increased knowledge and understanding about diabetes and the enhanced ability to ask your clients more meaningful questions, perform the foot care assessment in context with the person’s diabetes management and have a thorough, supportive and helpful conversation with your clients, giving advice or referring on where needed.
If you are looking for help to understand the physiological impact chronic diabetes complications have on your patient, Diabetes Essentials is the right course for you – coming February.