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DFA Conference 2017

Diabetic Foot Australia Conference 2017

The Diabetic Foot Australia (DFA) Conference 2017 Committee would like to extend a very warm welcome to our conference! A welcome as warm and bright as the beautiful weather you can expect in Queensland’s Gold Coast on the 4th & 5th September 2017, our host city. REGISTER NOW!

After two successful conferences at the Liverpool Hospital in 2013 and 2015, this is the third in the Australian Diabetic Foot Conference series.

We will bring some of the globe’s most renowned researchers and clinicians in the fields of diabetes and foot disease to the Gold Coast, to cover the latest research, from bench-top to bedside.

We welcome delegates from all multidisciplinary specialties caring for people with diabetic foot disease. The conference offers unique content for everyone, from people working every day at the coalface of the disease to researchers studying the solutions of the future.

Just metres from the beach front, you’ll enjoy a spectacular scientific and social program.

Plenary lectures and workshops reflect our 2017 theme and logo: wound infection, vascular surgery, multi-disciplinary treatment and biomechanics.



What's New in DFU - Webinar event

What’s New in DFU? Webinar with leaders in diabetic foot disease

Join Prof Keith Harding and Dr Jaap van Netten for this special webinar.

During this 2 hour event, our guest speakers will provide you with the opportunity to learn more about the best treatments, technologies and practice – right from the comfort of your own home, with a live feed from DFA HQ.

This event is ideal for our rural and remote supporters who may have missed our events in 2016. A 15 minute Q&A session is included in the event.

This event is open to all health professionals and researchers who treat or have an active interest in diabetic foot disease.

Ticketholders will be emailed a single use web link to view the webinar.

This event is proudly brought to you by Diabetic Foot Australia with support from the Australian Podiatry Council.

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