Podiatry

#WorldDiabetesDay: Fatima Cassim on the importance of teams

#WorldDiabetesDay: Fatima Cassim on the importance of teams

In the UK it is estimated that the cost of management of diabetes foot ulcers and its complications is approximately £1 billion per year, approximately 1% of the total NHS budget.

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#WorldDiabetesDay – Nurses make the difference

#WorldDiabetesDay – Nurses make the difference

This world diabetes day, as well as raising awareness of diabetes, we should be celebrating the contribution our nursing colleagues make to the lives of people with diabetes.

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#WorldDiabetesDay: The role of podiatrists during the COVID-19 pandemic

#WorldDiabetesDay: The role of podiatrists during the COVID-19 pandemic

“Our nursing colleagues throughout the hospital have been part of the driving force behind our response to COVID 19. Locally I had the pleasure of being part of that, working within the Vascular Rapid Access Clinic. The Impact of COVID 19 and the closure of outpatient provision resulted in this service increasing to three days per week and was led by the Consultant Vascular Surgeons.”

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COVID-19: Guidance on the safety of steroids injected as part of podiatric procedures

COVID-19: Guidance on the safety of steroids injected as part of podiatric procedures

Joint response of the College of Podiatry and the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow: Guidance on the safety of steroids injected as part of podiatric procedures during the current COVID-19 virus pandemic

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World Diabetes Day – Improving diabetic foot care

World Diabetes Day – Improving diabetic foot care

On World Diabetes Day, our College is delighted to lend its support to The College of Podiatry, which has today relaunched Improving Diabetic Foot Care: A Guide for Commissioners 

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Podiatric progress in India

Podiatric progress in India

The College’s Faculty of Podiatric Medicine has partnered with the Indian Medical Association (IMA) Tamil Nadu (TN) to help combat the growing need for education in podiatric medical education in the country.

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