EWMA podcasts: Season 2 on DFU

The podcast series touches upon important topics within wound management. EWMA Podcasts are a place for discussion and learning, where you can also hear more about the work of other experts and peers in your field. The podcast can easily be fitted in the busy life of wound management professionals, as you can listen to them on the go and access them from your mobile phone.


Episode 1: Introducing EWMA DFU Podcast

Alberto Piaggesi, EWMA President, introduces the new season in the first episode. This season of the EWMA podcasts is devoted to the prevention and management of diabetic foot ulceration. It has an educational focus and will provide a comprehensive introduction into the world of diabetic foot disease, prevention, assessment and management.


Episode 2: Management of diabetic foot ulcer in a multidisciplinary team

This new EWMA DFU podcast episode is devoted to the management of diabetic foot ulcer in a multidisciplinary team. Samantha Holloway and Paul Chadwick discuss the importance of multidisciplinary collaboration in the management of diabetic foot and how non-specialist healthcare professionals could also be engaged in the prevention of diabetic foot ulcer. They also touch upon the key strategies to increase awareness around diabetic foot ulcer, its burden to the healthcare system and high mortality among patients affected by this severe condition.


Episode 3: Preventing diabetic foot ulcers

Listen to this episode and dive into the recent trends and developments linked to the prevention of diabetic foot ulceration. Jaap van Netten (Netherlands), Peter Lazzarini (Australia) and Samantha Holloway (UK) talk about key elements in supporting the prevention of diabetic foot ulcer and keeping patients with ulcers in remission. You can also learn more about how you can create positive goals together with your DFU patients, where you can celebrate not only ulcer healing but also increased mobility and remission after an ulcer have been healed.


Episode 4: Patient Engagement, Diabetes and Diabetic Foot Ulcers

In this episode, you can listen to a conversation between the EWMA Podcast Host Samantha Holloway and Dr Athanasios Hassoulas, director of the MSc in Psychiatry programme and Senior Lecturer in Psychological Medicine at Cardiff University. They will talk about the meaning and impact of patient engagement and empowerment in relation to diabetes and diabetic foot ulcer management. The podcast provides reflections on the topic as well as recommendations on how to implement these person-centred tools in your meetings with diabetic foot ulcer patients in you daily clinical practice.




Podcast host

Samantha Holloway

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