3rd Train-the-Foot-Trainer course
TtFT Eu Final Program
TtFT Eu 2015  Program
    Feb.17. : Welcome  
20:30 22:00  Welcome   Urbancic V.,Van AckerK.,Malanda B.
    Introduction of International / Local Faculty and participants  Morbach S.,Baker N.
    Feedback of the diabetes /foot demographics of each delegate team Morbach S.,Baker N.
    Expectations of delegates  Van Acker K.,Abbas Z.
    Feb 18.:Basic course day  
08:00 08:10  Welcome  Urbancic V.,Van Acker K.
08:10 08:40 Pre-test evaluation Malanda B.,Morbach S.,Urbancic V.
08:40 09:10 History of SbS programmes  Abbas Z.
09:10 09:40 Philosophy behind the course  Van Acker K.
09:30 10:00 How do we learn? The art of learning  Woittiez A.
10:00 10:30 Workshop 1: Identifying Needs, Priorities and Barriers challenges of each delegate, team and country.  Baker N.,Woittiez A.,Bates M.,Van Acker K.
10:30 11:00 Summary and Feedback of the Workshop: Identifying Needs, Priorities and Barriers challenges of each delegate country and team  Baker N.,Van Acker K.
11:00 11:30 Coffee Break  
11:30 11:50 Overview of the TtFT course  Van Acker K.
11:50 12:00 BASIC SBS COURSE: outline of the topics  Morbach S.
12:00 12:25 What goes wrong with the Diabetic Foot?   Petrova N.
12:25 13:00 Risk stratification system (approaches and tools)   Morbach S.,Abbas Z.
13:00 14:15  Lunch  
14:15 15:00 Workshop 2 -Foot examination   Baker N.,Urbancic V.
15:00 15:30 Theory of callus removal   Bates M.
15:30 16:15 Workshop 3 - callus removal  Baker N.,Bates M.,Abbas Z.
16:15 16:30 Coffee Break  
16:30 16:50 The education of patients with diabetic foot Woittiez A.,Baker N.
16:50 17:10 Neuropathic and Neuro-ischaemic ulcers and TEXAS classification  Korzon-Burakowska A.,Abbas Z.
17:10 17:30  Summary of the Basic SBS course Baker N.,Bates M.
17:30 18:30  Workshop 4: Footwear/ prevention  Baker N.,Bates M.
18:30 19:00 Meet the Industry Podartis : Diabetic Foot Triage: the orthotic prescription according to the risk level DaRos
20:00   Dinner  
    Feb.19.: Advanced course day  
08:30 08:45 Advanced SBS Course: Outline of the topics   Morbach S.
08:45 10:15 Why ulcers do not heal?  

Infection  Urbancic V.

 PAD   Morbach S.

Wound bed preparation  Baker N.

Off- loading  Bates M.
10:15 11:00 Case studies/ histories  Urbancic V.,Van Acker K.,Abbas Z.
11:00 11:30 Coffee Break  
11:30 12:00 Dynamics of Life case presentation: How to prepare- How to make a good presentation?  Baker N.,Woittiez A.
12:00 13:00 Life case presentation with comments   Urbancic V.,Baker N.,Alikadic N.
13:00 14:00 Lunch  
14:00 14:30 Open panel discussion about live case presentations Woittiez A.,Urbancic V.,Alikadic N.,Baker N.
14:30 14:45 Re ulceration, relaps of ulcers  Morbach S.
14:45 15:15 Workshop 5: Biomechanics/gait analysis  Baker N.,Bates M.
15:15 15:35 Charcot disease  Petrova N.
15:35 15:55 Painful Polyneuropathy  Udovichenko O.,Van Acker K.
15:55 16:15 Coffee Break  
16:15 17:15 Workshop 6:  Pressures/Offloading/Casting   Baker N.,Bates M.
17:15 17:30 Amputation & Rehabilitation  Urbancic V.,Korzon-Burakowska A.
17:30 17:45 Treat the whole patient and not the hole in the patient Urbancic V.
17:45 18:00 Summary of the Advanced SBS course  Van Acker K.
18:00 18:15 Post course testing Van Acker K.,Urbancic V.

20:00   Dinner  
    Feb.20.: Implementation day  
08:30 09:15 What are the golden rules for an  implement an Health Program: view of a university trainer and a Health Care implementer Woittiez A.,Malanda B.
09:15 09:40 From interdisciplinary DF Clinics to regional care and finally to a national Program Van Acker K.
09:40 11:20
09:40 10:25 How to set up a diabetic foot clinic? Success stories Udovichenko O.,Korzon-Burakowska A.,Petrova N.
10:25 11:20 From  reference centres to a national program Jirkovska A.,Morbach S.,Andersson G.
11:20 11:35  Coffee Break  
11:35 13:00 Workshop 7: How to start develop a national / regional programme Woittiez A.,Van Acker K.,Baker N.,Morbach S.
13:00 14:00 Lunch  
14:00 15:30 Establishing partnership and exposure: promotion and Fund raising  
14:00 14:10 Experiences with the WDF and how to apply for a grant? Van Acker K.
14:10 14:40 The role of Rotary in many DF programs: Ledburry story and how to apply for a grant? Perry M.
14:40 15:00 Importance of Networking , contact with Media  for Sustainability.   Malanda B.,Van Acker K.
15:00 15:20 Time schedule of the TtFT programmes to respect: a 2,5 year program Van Acker K.
15:20 15:35 Coffee Break  
15:35 15:50 The importance of mentorship  
15:50 16:40 Interaction with International Associations and mentorship centers Woittiez A.,Kleinebreil Team,Morbach S.,Van Acker K.
16:40 17:00 Conclusions Malanda B.,Morbach S.,Van Acker K.
17:00 17:30 Meet the Industry Flen Pharma : Flaminal®, a new class in wound healing  Linssen E.
20:00   Dinner  
    Feb 21.: Data collection day  
08:30 08:45 Introduction : the need of DATA collection Morbach S.
08:45 10:00 Data collection : The DIAFI program Kleinebreil L.

Rationale Morbach S.

Forms Kleinebreil L.

Data management Kleinebreil L.

Regional & national reports Kleinebreil L.
10:00 10:15 Feedback from the participants Morbach S.,Van Acker K.,Kleinebreil L.
10:15 10:30 Coffee Break  
10:30 11:00 Essential check list for SbS courses; Establishing a blue print/Cook book recipe of SBS courses.  Baker N.,Urbancic V.
    Pre course Check-list/Plan   Baker N.,Urbancic V.
    Course day to day Check-list/Plan Baker N.,Urbancic V.
    Post course: requirements and follow up Van Acker K.
11:00 12:00 Workshop 8: Set up strategies for the future. Woittiez A.,Baker N.,Van Acker K.,Malanda B.
12:00 12:30 Feedback of the Workshop: Set up strategies for the future and comments of a   panel of experts from EU region and IF.  Van Acker K.,Baker N.,Woittiez A.,Malanda B.
12:30 13:00 Evaluation of TtFT course, closing remarks, presentation of certificates and Fare well closing speeches.   Morbach S.,Urbancic V.,Van Acker K.,Malanda B.
13:00   Light Lunch Box