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IWGDF NEWSLETTER 
 September 2016
 
Welcome to the New format developed just for you
 
Dear Reader.
 
Dear readers, you will notice some newsletter changes. There’s only contents page with a few words for each item and then a link to read more. We are also incorporating a few new features: Commentaries on some recent scientific publications that impact on our daily clinical practice or are very thought provoking A clinical quiz section, this will be a series of clinical cases to stimulate thought and perhaps act as a resource for teaching and CPD A product focus. This is a simple “have you heard about” section, it is not an advertising section. We hope you enjoy this new newsletter.
 
Neil Baker  
Meet the IWGDF executive committee
 
 
Read a little about each of the IWGDF executive committee. They all expert clinicians and have highlighted 3 burning issues from their countries. read more...
 
Establishing Diabetic foot guidelines across the Netherlands – N. Schaper
 
Nicolaas Schaper chair of the Dutch Diabetic Foot guidelines group shares his experience in developing these for his country with many take home messages for us all.  read more.....
 
Personal thoughts: a report from Malvern diabetic foot conference – V. Urbancic
 
The Malvern Diabetic foot conference took place in May this year. Vilma Urbancic was there a gives and reports back about what happened.  read more.....
 
Picture quiz – N.Baker
 
What’s this photo…..there’s a few a few questions etc. it’s fun, so   ....have a go…
 
News from Regions- N.Petrova
 
Bulgaria share with us all what has happened since the Train the Foot Trainer programme last year in Slovenia , Nina Petrova reports how Bulgaria have started to implement this.  read more.....
 
Publication commentaries - A. Meyr and D. Armstrong
 
Read a commentary with a take home message by Andy from some recent publications including: “Which dressing is best”, “treating osteomyelitis”, and much more.   read more......
 
Product focus
 
The first item to kick off this new section is a recently developed screening tool for determining protective sensory loss.   read more.....
 
Forthcoming events
 
So what conferences or events are coming up, click here to find out some of the conferences or events that are due to take place in the near future. read more....
 
Content of next newsletter
 
In the next edition the main feature will be a report of the 4th Train the Foot Trainer programme in the Western Pacific, the DFSG meeting in Stuttgart (Sept) and much more…….If you have any national /regional diabetic foot initiatives or conferences you wish to be considered for the newsletter, please send then to the editor at nr.baker50@gmail.com

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