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A network of healthcare professionals dedicated to the improvement of diabetes footcare in England

The EDFN is a group of diabetes foot champions who established a network across England to improve outcomes for people with diabetes.

If you are involved in diabetes footcare, join our network and become part of a new community dedicated to improving care and reducing amputations.

EDFN members invited to Wound Care Conference 2024

Members of the EDFN are invited to register for their free place at The Wound Care Conference 2024. The event takes place at the National Conference Centre in B...

Latest EDFN podcast examines future role of podiatric surgery

Two experts in podiatric surgery discuss how the service has evolved with the increasing burden of diabetic foot disease in the latest EDFN podcast. The most re...

Thermography scanner added to RCPod’s Professionally Approved range

A device which uses temperature to assess foot health is the latest addition to the Royal College of Podiatry’s Professionally Approved range. Podium Profession...

Study highlights link between socioeconomic deprivation and amputation risk

A new study has found the likelihood of amputations relating to diabetic foot disease is “inversely proportional” to the index of multiple deprivation. The rese...

Campaign launched to equip every person with diabetes with ‘survival’ HypoCard

A campaign has been launched urging everyone with diabetes to carry a card featuring potentially life-saving advice. The HypoCard, which can fit inside a wallet... to be explored in upcoming Ascensia masterclass

A web-based solution that allows healthcare professionals to securely connect with their patients’ blood glucose readings will be the focus of an upcoming onlin...

Double the mortality risk for people with type 2 diabetes and a foot complication than those without type 2 diabetes

New research has found that people with type 2 diabetes (T2D) with a foot complication have a mortality risk double that of those without T2D. The study set out...

Latest podcast episode: The role of an Inpatient Advanced Podiatry Coordinator

The latest Talking Feet podcast episode is now available, where we chat to Jess Rees, a Diabetes Specialist Podiatrist and Inpatient Advanced Podiatry Coordinat...

Nearly 500 healthcare sites make Hypo Awareness Week a triumph

Hundreds of primary and secondary care sites across the UK and Ireland are taking part in a safety campaign to raise awareness about hypoglycaemia among healthc...

The Talking Feet Podcast: the podcast of the EDFN
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