Global Diabetic Foot Course
The Evolving Concepts in Diabetic Foot
16-19 November.2016

Agenda coming soon

    Learning Objective

  • Demonstrate the basic principles of managing skin and nail disease.
  • Recall the underlying etiopathogenesis of diabetic foot ulcers and how this relates to appropriate management.
  • Recognize the presenting characteristics of infections of the skin, nail, soft tissue and bone and demonstrate their appropriate management.
  • Understand current classification systems for diabetic foot ulcers and diabetic foot infections.
  • Identify the basic pathophysiologic mechanisms involved in chronic wounds to be able to determine and utilize appropriate interventions to affect final healing.
  • Recognize the ischemic and neuroischemic foot through clinical and diagnostic modalities and understand various treatment options for management.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the evidence supporting multiple advanced wound technologies that can be used to expedite chronic wound healing.
  • Identify the role for surgical interventions in the management of high risk lower extremity disorders.


  • Surgical and clinical anatomy of the foot
  • Epidemiology of diabetic foot problems around the world
  • The new offloading techniques in diabetic foot ulcers
  • Emerging concepts in Charcot foot
  • Clinical application of modern dressing in diabetic foot wounds
  • Osteomyelitis management made easy in diabetic foot
  • Amit jain’s classification – encompassing diabetic foot lesions universally
  • Preventing foot complications in diabetes
  • Workshops for skill development in diabetic foot
  • Evidence based medicine on newer antibiotics in diabetic foot
  • What foot wear to be use in diabetic foot- dilemma resolved in 2016
  • Diabetic foot management differs in east versus west
  • How to improve diabetic foot practice in one’s own region
  • What not to do in diabetic foot – unrevealing the secrets of the experts
  • Recent advances in diabetic foot – what an Indian foot surgeon can teach the world
  • The Anatomy of Offloading of Acute Charcot Foot
  • Principles of Orthotics in Charcot Foot
  • Revascularisation of an Ischemic Charcot Foot

    Workshops at Global Diabetic Foot Course 2016 are:

  • Diabetic foot – assessments, offloading and footwear/li>
  • Diabetic foot Amit classification from theory to practice
  • Pros and cons
  • biofilm infections
  • Debridement from Basic to advance
  • Electro stimulation
  • How we do that: practical approach to clinical practice
  • Getting published

Accreditation Statements

Estimated for 30 CME/CNA Credit Hours

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards and requirements for approval of providers of continuing education .and applied pending for approval