Programme

The symposium will provide a forum for sharing and disseminating high-level scientific evidence as well as local examples of the implementation best practices in diabetic foot care.

The symposium will cover topics with
clinical as well as organisational relevance.

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Wednesday 5 October

09.30-10.30      Registration, exhibition and coffee

10.30-10.40      Opening and welcome: Klaus Kirketerp-Møller

10.40-11.05      Compliance, adherence or 'laissez-nous faire'. The paradox in neuropathy: Klaus Kirketerp-Møller

11.05-11.40      Whats new in the  IWGDF Guidelines of 2015: Kristien Van Acker

11.40-12.30      CURRENT SITUATION OF CARE IN THE NORDIC COUNTRIES: STATUS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES BASED ON OBJECTIVES SET IN THE 2014 NDF MEETING

11.40-11.50      Sweden: Magnus Löndahl

11.50-12.00      Norway: Tore Julsrud Berg

12.00-12.10      Finland: Vesa Juutilainen

12.10-12.20      Denmark: Klaus Kirketerp-Møller

12.20-12.30      Iceland: Tómas Þór Ágústsson

12.30-14.00      Lunch, exhibition and poster viewing

14.00-15.30      NATIONAL SESSIONS

14.00-15.30      Swedish session: Magnus Löndahl

14.00-15.30      Norwegian session: Tore Julsrud Berg

14.00-15.30      Finnish session: Vesa Juutilainen

14.00-15.30      Danish session: Klaus Kirketerp-Møller

14.00-15.30      Iceland: Tómas Þór Ágústsson

15.30-16.00      Coffee break, exhibition and poster viewing      

16.00-17.15      MEET THE EXPERTS / RECOMMENDED TREATMENT REGIMES

16.00-16.15      Antibiotics when to treat and alternatives: Niels Frimodt-Møller

16.15-16.30      Pressure offloading in treatment and prevention: Sicco Bus

16.30-16.45      Revascularization: how and when to, and not to: Pirkka Vikatmaa

16.45-17.00      Prophylactic surgery: Ralph Springfeld

17.00-17.15      Multidisciplinary diabetic foot care teams in Norwegian specialist health care - a national survey:Mari Robberstad

 

17.15-17.30      D-Foot, a Swedish example of foot screening and risk classification: Ulla H Tang

18.30-20.00      Reception at Copenhagen Cíty Hall

Thursday 6 October

09.00-11.00     PATIENT PERSPECTIVE, ORGANISATION OF CARE AND QUALITY CONTROL

09.00-09.15      Quality of care – how is it monitored and controlled - Steno Diabetes Centre: Henrik Ullits Andersen

09.15-09.30      Quality of care – how is it monitored and controlled – German-Belgian model – certification system: Kristien Van Acker

09.30-09.45      Good quality of care from a patient perspective: TBA

09.45-10.00      Problems with delay in care - and how we deal with it: Jan Apelqvist

10.00-10.15      Telemedicine in wound care – recent evidence and future perspectives: Benjamin Schnack Rasmussen

10.15-10.30      The life of a diabetic foot patient 15 years prior to amputation: Pia Søe Lytken Jensen

10.30-10.45      Implementation of national guideline on diabetic foot care – region of southern Denmark: Knud Yderstræde

10.45-11.00      Challenges and opportunities when recording of foot data: Anne Rasmussen

11.00-11.30      Coffee break, exhibition and poster viewing               

11.30-12.55      HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS (2X40 MIN.)Participate in two different workshops - each with a duration of 40 minutes

Workshop A: Empowerment of the patient: TBA

Workshop B: Vascular assessment: Pirkka Vikatmaa

Workshop C: Casting offloading and preventive shoe wear: Agneta Carlsson

Workshop D: Quality monitoring and registers: Kristien Van Acker

12.55-14.15      Lunch, exhibition and poster viewing           

14.15-15.00      Woundcare-Circle Symposium

14.15-15.00      BONESUPPORT Symposium

15.00-16.00      FUTURE PERSPECTIVES OF DIABETIC FOOT CARE                   

15.00-15.20      HBOT: Magnus Löndahl

15.20-15.40      Advanced therapies: new perspectives in diabetic foot: Jan Apelqvist

15.40-16.00      Biofilm: Trine Rolighed Thomsen

16.00-16.30      Coffee break, exhibition and poster viewing               

16.30-17.50     HOW DO WE MOVE ON TOWARDS IMPLEMENTATION OF BEST PRACTICE DIABETIC FOOT CARE IN THE NORDIC COUNTRIES

NDF Task Force National Working Groups: Strategies to pursue national implementation of clinical guidelines                    

16.30-16.40      Sweden: Magnus Löndahl

16.40-16.50      Norway: Tore Julsrud Berg

16.50-17.00      Finland: Vesa Juutilainen

17.00-17.10      Denmark: Klaus Kirketerp-Møller

17.10-17.20      Iceland: Tómas Þór Ágústsson

17.20-17.50      Follow-up and panel debate: expectations and challenges of the NDF country strategies