Flexitol is proud to announce a series of FREE webinars designed for healthcare professionals tailored to diabetic foot conditions.

These webinars explore different themes that are pivotal in preventing diabetic foot complications. Our webinars cover a wide variety of topics ranging from how to conduct virtual diabetic foot screening to understanding how diabetes may affect mobility. All webinars are hosted by leading industry experts such as Consultant Podiatrist Paul Chadwick, Professor Richard Leigh and Clinical Lead Podiatrist Krishna Gohil. These webinars are suitable for any healthcare professional, whether newly qualified or experienced. 


Don't worry if you have missed a webinar, they are all available to view on demand!

 

7th October 2021

A dermatology perspective - Optimal emollient treatment & prevention of diabetic foot complications

A UK steering group met in January 2020 to review the current landscape of emollient use in the treatment and prevention of diabetic foot complications. This webinar address' the recommendations from a podiatry perspective. 

21st September 2021

A podiatry perspective - Optimal emollient treatment & prevention of diabetic foot complications

A UK steering group met in January 2020 to review the current landscape of emollient use in the treatment and prevention of diabetic foot complications. This webinar address' the recommendations from a podiatry perspective. 

6th July 2021

How to conduct a Virtual Diabetes Foot Screening

Research conducted at the start of this year between Flexitol and the Royal College of Podiatry illustrated the challenge currently posed to healthcare professionals regarding the impact of COVID-19 on foot screenings. 

12th December 2020

Diabetes and Mobility Explained

CPD accredited learning module for podiatrists, podiatry assistants and healthcare professionals who prevent and manage patients who may present with issues of mobility. 

17th November 2020

The Diabetic Foot Explained

CPD accredited learning webinar for podiatrists, podiatry assistants and healthcare professionals who prevent and manage patients with diabetic foot problems.