An Innovative prograM to Prevent diAbetes-related foot ComplicaTions (IMPACT)

The vascular disease research team at James Cook University, led by Professor Jon Golledge, is conducting a survey to investigate health professionals experiences in managing patients with diabetic foot disease and related complications.  This survey intends to gather information from a broad range of health professionals to contribute to the development of a remote management program that will facilitate more efficient care of people with diabetes who have suffered a diabetes-related foot issue (such as ulcer, amputation, etc.).

Information provided on this survey is stored and processed in a single multi-tenant data centre in Australia. No data is transferred out of this center, to centers in other regions. By completing this survey, you agree to this method of handling your data. The data remains the property of James Cook University and is not on sold or used elsewhere. Ethics approval from the Townsville Hospital and Health service HREC with reference number HREC/QTHS/53880.

Please complete the survey below regarding your experiences treating patients with diabetic foot disease. This survey is open until 30th August 2020 so make sure to get in quick!