Home Free Webinar with Associate Professor Peter Lazzarini – ‘The latest evidence-base in offloading treatments for people with diabetic foot ulcers: The new international guidelines and systematic reviews’.

Free Webinar with Associate Professor Peter Lazzarini – ‘The latest evidence-base in offloading treatments for people with diabetic foot ulcers: The new international guidelines and systematic reviews’.

The NT PHN & NT Diabetes Feet Network present the first webinar in a series of four: ‘The latest evidence-base in offloading treatments for people with diabetic foot ulcers: The new international guidelines and systematic reviews’.

Speaker

Presenter Associate Professor Peter Lazzarini BAppSc, PhD Pete leads a small team that is producing paradigm changing new knowledge and health impacts in three main diabetes foot disease areas: developing novel foot treatments, identifying key risk factors, and quantifying disease burdens.

His team’s vision is to create transformative new knowledge on patient, treatment, and service factors that improve foot disease outcomes and compel clinicians, researchers, and policy-makers to reduce the significant diabetes burdens faced by patients and nations.

Learning objectives

At the end of this presentation participants will:

  1. Have an increased understanding of the 2023 International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot (IWGDF) Offloading Guideline;
  2. Understand key elements of the 2023 IWGDF Offloading Systematic Review and Meta-analysis;
  3. Be able to identify the tools to help interpret the latest offloading evidence in the guideline and review.

HealthPathways

Northern Territory HealthPathways offer clinicians clear guidance for assessing and managing a particular symptoms or condition during the point of care. Pathways include information for referrers and requests to services in the local health system.

For supplementary learnings to this event,  NT HealthPathways are pleased to share pathways:

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Accreditation

*One hour of self-reported CPD.

*As a general guide, one hour of active learning equates to one hour of CPD. It is the responsibility of the individual student to calculate how many hours of active learning have been completed. The hours of active learning estimated above should act as a guide to CPD hours.

More Information?

For more information, please contact:
The Clinical Education Team
e: events@ntphn.org.au

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