General Information

The international course will be based on the expertise gathered from 10 consecutive years of providing national courses on the Diabetic Foot. Based on an increasing interest and acknowledgement of the importance of proper treatment, we have decided to make the course available to an international audience. The course is in agreement with the International Consensus on the Diabetic Foot & Practical Guidelines on the Management and Prevention of the Diabetic Foot and is endorsed by the IWGDF (Int. Working Group of the Diabetic Foot).

The 2½ day theoretical & practical course gives participants a thorough view of the different aspects of the diagnosis, treatment and management of the Charcot Foot. The main focus are practical sessions in small groups to train the diagnostic and treatment skills necessary for the interdisciplinary treatment of Charcot patients. In addition, state of the art lectures as well as pro and contra presentations of disputed topics will be given by international specialists in the field.

Dates

2½ day theoretical & practical course: 21 - 23 June 2018

Course title

The Neuropathic Osteoarthropathic Foot (Charcot)

Registration fee

Registration fee: 950 EUR excl. accommodation

The registration fee includes coffee breaks, lunches and 3 dinners.

Locations   

The course will combine theory with practical training sessions held in the specialised Interdisciplinary Diabetic Foot Centre, Mathias-Spital.

Theoretical course:

University of Applied Sciences

Practical training:

Interdisciplinary Diabetic Foot Centre

Mathias-Spital
Frankenburgstr. 31
48431 Rheine
Nordrhein-Westfalen
Germany

Accommodation

The course will be held at the Mathias-Spital & University of Applied Sciences in Rheine.
Nearby, the 4-star Hotel Lücke is situated in walking distance from the venue.

We therefore recommend that course participants book their accommodation here.
This can be done in the registration form or by contacting the course secretariat.

However, if you would like to receive information about alternative accommodation opportunities, the secretariat will also be happy to provide you with a short list of other hotels situated close to the venue.

Please note that since no formal agreement has been made with these hotels, the secretariat can not guarantee price levels or standards of these hotels.

Recommended hotel:
Hotel Lücke
Heiliggeistplatz 1A
48431 Rheine
www.hotel-luecke.de

Room rate at Hotel Lücke
Single room: 85 EUR / night (including breakfast)

Form

Lectures combined with hands-on workshops / training in clinic.

Language

The Charcot Foot Course will be held in English.

Participants

The courses are open to anyone involved in the treatment or management of Neuropathic Osteoarthropathic Foot patients, but the primary target groups are:

Orthopedic Surgeons, Surgeons, Podiatrists and Diabetologists working in a multidisciplinary foot clinic.
Specialised Nurses, Orthopedic Shoemakers, Orthotists and other health care professionals involved in the management of the Charcot Foot.

Course objectives

The objectives for the International Neuropathic Osteoarthropathic Foot Course are:

To increase the knowledge and practical training of state of the art methods in the diagnosis and treatment of the Charcot foot. To provide a forum for clinicians with experience in the treatment of diabetic feet to discuss and to practically train in depth different treatments modalities of the Neuropathic Foot. To enable a coordinated approach to a multidisciplinary treatment based on the recommendations of the International Consensus Document.

Course secretariat

Secretariat of the International Neuropathic Osteoarthropathic Foot Course
c/o CAP Partner
Nordre Fasanvej 113, 2nd floor
2000 Frederiksberg C
Denmark

Tel: +45 70 20 03 05
Fax: +45 70 20 03 15
Email: info@cap-partner.eu
www.cap-partner.eu
Contact: Kirsten Hector, Project Manager

Scientific responsibility: Maximilian Spraul, Prof. Dr. med. Armin Koller, Dr. med. Mathias-Spital Frankenburgstr. 31 48431 Rheine Nordrhein-Westfalen Germany