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The Twelve Weeks of Christmas Healing Down Under

Dec 20, 2017

Well ladies and gentleman, what a year it’s been for our Australian diabetic foot community. This year has been one of the biggest and best this nation has ever seen when it comes to diabetic foot disease. It’s seen the biggest diabetic foot conference ever held in the Southern Hemisphere on the sunny Gold Coast,…

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WHIA’s 12 Days of Christmas – 12 days of exclusive offers

Dec 1, 2017

What better time is there to give than at Christmas time? This December, our partners at Wound Healing Institute Australia are spreading the festive cheer by providing you with 12 offers all the way up to Christmas Day….WHIA’s 12 days of Christmas! Not only that – they are holding a special Christmas Day prize draw…

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World Diabetes Day 2017 – Special Education Offer with WHIA

Nov 14, 2017

Diabetic Foot Australia in partnership with WHIA are celebrating World Diabetes Day with the following special offer: PURCHASE THE FOOT ULCER MODULE FOR $20 AND EARN 6 CPD POINTS! COURSE OVERVIEW: The interactive Foot Ulcer module provides foot assessment, management and prevention strategies for foot ulcers including: Foot ulcer epidemiology and the anatomy of the lower…

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An evening with Dr Kevin Woo – Webinar/Seminar 4th October 2017

Sep 28, 2017

DFA’s partner organisation, Wound Innovations, invite you to this exclusive event with internationally renowned wound expert, Dr Kevin Woo (Canada). The seminar will cover highlights from Dr Woo’s research and practice interests including Wound bed preparation, Biofilm disruption and Mechanical debridement.  Dr Kevin Woo PhD, RN, FAPWCA (Canada) Dr. Kevin Woo is an Assistant Professor at Queen’s…

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Australian Diabetes-Related Foot Disease Strategy 2018-2022

Sep 19, 2017

Introducing the “Australian Diabetes-Related Foot Disease Strategy 2018-2022” One of DFA’s key activities to achieve its goal and objectives is the establishment of a national strategy to guide Australia’s efforts toward reducing the burden of diabetes-related foot disease (DFD) in this country. This Strategy was written by Diabetic Foot Australia with input from various national and…

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The countdown to the DFA 2017 Conference has begun

Aug 31, 2017

With only days until the 2017 Conference begins – we’ve listed some important information to help you prepare for the conference! CONFERENCE REGISTRATION The registration area for the conference is located to the left as you enter the main hotel entrance and just outside of the ballroom foyer on the ground floor where you’ll receive your conference satchel…

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DFA Conference Registration closes today

Aug 24, 2017

This is your last opportunity to book your DFA 2017 Conference tickets before registration closes! 6 INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS  Dr Randall Wolcott M.D. (U.S.A.) Workshop:  Wound Infections from bench to bedside Plenary: Is there a place for DNA sequencing technology in clinical practice? Professor Bijan Najafi PhD, MSc.(U.S.A) Workshop: Measuring offloading to improve prescribed offloading devices Plenary: Can’t stand…

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Book your Wound Infections Workshop for the DFA Conference

Aug 24, 2017

With only two days left to register for the DFA 2017 Conference – places are limited for the Wound Infections Workshop!  Featuring international expert Dr Randall Wolcott and Matt Malone, this is a fantastic opportunity to learn all about Wound Infections from bench to bedside. This interactive workshop will explain next generation DNA sequencing technology,…

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Book your Vascular Workshop for the DFA Conference

Aug 22, 2017

With Conference Registrations closing this Friday – get in quick to secure your seat at the Vascular Workshop!  Featuring international experts Dr Andrew Hill and Dr Venu Bhamidipaty with Prof Rob Fitridge and Dr Samantha Iannella, don’t miss this interactive Vascular Workshop. Requesting and interpreting vascular investigations: now and new horizons Includes a clinical presentation…

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Book your Charcot’s Workshop for the DFA Conference

Aug 17, 2017

With under two weeks until DFA Conference registrations close – secure your seat at the Charcot’s Workshop before the sessions sell out. Featuring international expert Professor Nicolaas Schaper and Associate Professor Paul Wraight, don’t miss this interactive workshop covering diagnosis to treatment. This workshop features investigations to help differentiate Charcot’s Neuroarthropathy from other destructive foot…

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At DFA2019, Diabetes Australia had a chat with keynote speaker A/Prof Jaap van Netten about the IWGDF Guidelines and foot ulcer prevention. And you can also access the full IWGDF Guidelines below!
iwgdfguidelines.org/guidelines/guidelines/

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What a year!

Wishing you all a wonderfully festive and safe break with your loved ones. DFA is also taking a holiday and will be back and hitting the ground running from mid January 2020.

And in what's fast become a tradition, please enjoy the lyrical 2017 classic by DFA's own Dr Pete Lazzarini. tinyurl.com/snmb48m

See you all in 2020 for another big year!

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Did you know the DFA website has an Australian Research Repository that showcases published Australian research on diabetic foot disease? All entries are peer reviewed, one of the authors has an Australian affiliation and we've just updated this with the latest research from 2019.

So click below to check it out!
www.diabeticfootaustralia.org/australian-research-repository/

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For those Aussies living with or at risk of diabetic foot disease - make sure to give your feet a present this year!
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