DFCon

The premier international diabetic foot conference

DFCon is the premier international, interdisciplinary diabetic foot conference in North America and worldwide. DFCon brings a global community together and the event is designed for the wide spectrum of generalists and specialists who diagnose and manage the diabetic foot. Didactic talks, panel discussions, Q&A sessions, specialty symposia and workshops will delve into diagnostic and interventional strategies for diabetic foot ulcers and amputation prevention. Featuring a world-renowned international faculty, DFCon offers the opportunity to review state-of-the-art concepts and techniques. Please note only the main auditorium is broadcast for online viewing. Workshops or symposia held outside the main auditorium will not be broadcast. We would suggest if you want to attend these then you should attend the event in person in Houston.



Target Audience

Vascular Surgeons • Podiatrists • Endocrinologists • Orthopaedists • Internists • General Practitioners • Infectious Disease • Family Physicians • Wound Care/Enterostomal Nurses • Diabetes Educators • Vascular Technologists.

Course Description

DFCon 2017 is a global conference focusing on Amputation Prevention, Diabetes Management, and Diabetic Foot and Diabetic Wound Care. The event is designed for the wide spectrum of generalists and specialists who diagnose and manage the diabetic foot. It will delve into diagnostic and interventional strategies for diabetic foot ulcers and amputation prevention. Featuring a world-renowned faculty, it offers the opportunity to review state-of-the-art concepts and techniques.

Purchase Access to DFCon 2017

Access Live Viewing via Clinician’s Matrix - the broadcast Partner of DFCon 2017

Purchasing access to DFCon 2017 provides:

  • Live viewing of the DFCon 2017 conference.
  • Ability watch the conference on an ‘on-demand’ basis for 12 months after purchase.
  • Ability to generate Certificates of Online Viewing following completion of the Live Conference.
  • Complimentary access to Clinician’s Matrix for a 12 month period allowing automatic tracking of Continuing Professional Development, freely available and subscription clinical guidelines and point-of-care decision tools and an expanding range of courses, online simulations and animations which can be purchased as required.

In order to view DFCon 2017 live, you will need to:

  1.  Register on Clinician’s Matrix and Pay.
  2.  Watch DFCon 2017 live.
  3.  Generate Certificate of Online Viewing.

Agenda

Check what is being broadcast LIVE and ON DEMAND.

Thursday – March 23, 2017
6:45 – 8:00                  Registration
7:00 – 8:00                  Breakfast Symposia

Opening Session Title: GLOBAL SESSION – Strategic Amputation Limitation Summit: Global Treaties to Treat, Trust and Verify
Moderators:  Dr. David G. Armstrong and Dr. Joseph L. Mills
8:00 – 8:20                  Game of Toes: Boulton Unveils the Stark Truths on Amputation Prevention – Dr. Andrew Boulton
8:20 – 8:40                  A View of the Diabetic Foot from Down Under – Dr. Matthew Malone
8:40 – 9:00                  Toward Forming A More Perfect Union of Native American Nations – Dr. Scott Brannan and Dr. Keith Goss
9:00 – 9:20                  Toe and Flow Alla Toscana: How Longstanding Leadership Extends Limb Life – Dr. Roberto Anichini
9:20 – 9:40                  Pax Romania: How to Create a Diabetic Foot Podiatry specialty without stopping for a Bucharest – Norina Gavan
9:40 – 10:00                Res Ipsa Toequitur: How the National UK Diabetic Foot Audit Is an indictment and clemency – Dr. Gerry Rayman and Dr. William Jeffcoate
10:00 – 10:20              The New Look International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot: Are Two Heads Better Than One? Dr. Kristien Van Acker
10:20 – 10:40              Panel Discussion
10:40 – 11:00              Break
Local Recipes for Limb Salvage Team Success
11:00 – 11:10              Avoiding the Chop in Chiapas: Building a Limb Salvage Program in Mexico – Dr. Jose Antonio Muñoa
11:10 – 11:20              HULA- How Harbor-UCLA Jumps through Hoops to Save Legs – Dr. Fred Bongard and Dr. Ashley Miller
11:20 – 11:30              How an Outpatient Angio Suite Two Steps to Success in Saving Limbs in the Heart of Texas – Dr. Robert Feldtman
11:30 – 11:40              A Decade Behind the Delhi Counter: Reducing Amputations in India – Dr. Rumneek Sodhi
11:40 – 11:50              How Can We Collectively Raise Our C Average? Improving Care for a Common, Costly and Complex Condition – Dr. Neal Barshes
11:50 – 12:30              Panel Discussion
12:30 – 1:40                Lunch Symposium – Latin American Toe and Flow Symposium “HENDOLAT” – Dr. Miguel Montero-Baker (non CME/CPME)

Session Title:            DEVICES
Portrait of the Doctor as a Young Geek – Time to Re-Joyce or Re-Assess?
Moderator:  Dr. David Armstrong
1:40 – 2:00                  Wearables are Passe: How About Injectables? Dr. Miguel Montero-Baker
2:00 – 2:20                  Sensors and Sensibility: Romantic or Plain Jane? Pride or Prejudice? Dr. Bijan Najafi
2:20 – 2:40                  Sockess @ CES: How the Diabetic Foot and Smart Sox Took Over the Consumer Electronics Show – Ran Ma
2:40 – 3:00                  A New Sockratic Method for Answering Age-Old Rhetorical Questions: Are Smart Socks and Intelligent Textiles Here To Stay? – Davide Vigano
3:00 – 3:20                  I, Claudicant: How Wearables are Measuring and Managing our Way to a Better Republic – Dr. Iraklis Pipinos
3:20 – 3:40                  The Robot – the Widget in our Wardrobe: How Wearable Robots are Transforming More than Meets the Eye – Dr. Joe Hitt
3:40 – 4:00                  Panel Discussion
4:00 – 4:20                  Break

Session Title: Charcot Foot
Moderator: William Jeffcoate
4:20 – 4:40                  Defining Charcot – Dr. Uli Illgner
4:40 – 5:00                  Denosumab (RANKL for Charcot) – Dr. Matthew Malone
5:00 – 5:20                  Surgical Therapy – Dr. Keith Goss
5:20 – 5:40                  A Worldwide Registry – Dr. Fran Game
5:40 – 6:00                  Panel Discussion
6:00 – 7:30                  Welcome to #DFCon17 Reception – Open Exhibits (non CME/CPME)

Friday – March 24, 2017
6:45 – 7:00                  Registration
6:45 – 8:00                  Breakfast Symposia - Osiris Therapeutics (non CME/CPME)
Pedal access:            Dr. Miguel Montero-Baker
Noninvasive Testing: SPY and VASAMED – Dr. Joseph Mills and Dr. Jeffrey Ross
Offloading:                 TBA
Skin Substitutes:       Keeping things covered – TBA
Debridement- Debrisoft

Session Title (Videos)
Moderator: Dr. Joseph Mills
8:00 – 8:10                  Pedal Bypass – Dr. Neal Barshes
8:10 – 8:20                  Retrograde Access – Dr. Miguel Montero-Baker
8:20 – 8:30                  The Outer Limits of Endovascular Therapy – Dr. John Rundback
8:30 – 8:40                  The Many Ways to Skin a Foot: Damage Control Debridement – Dr. Chris Attinger
8:40 – 8:50                  Indocyanine Green-Directed Foot Salvage – Dr. Joseph Mills and Dr. Jeffrey Ross
8:50 – 9:10                  Novel Ways to Assess Frailty – Dr.Bijan Najafi
9:10 – 9:30                  Break

Session Title: Limb salvage maintenance: Managing the Diabetic Foot in Remission
Common Sense to Avoid ToeMas Paine: The Diabetic Foot in Remission and other Quiet Revolutions
Moderator: Dr. Chris Attinger
9:30 – 9:50                  Fat Chance: Can Fat Grafting Give Patients More Cushion for Push-Off? –Dr. David G. Armstrong
9:50 – 10:10                Defining Diabetic Foot Remission: Ulcer – Free Days – Dr. Gerry Rayman
10:10 – 10:30              Measuring Vascular Remission: Is it More Than Just Restenosis? Dr. Michael Conte
10:30 – 10:50              Diabetic Foot Surgery for the Patient in Remission – Dr. John Steinberg
10:50 – 11:15              Panel Discussion
11:15 – 11:40              The 13th Annual Edward James Olmos Award – For Advocacy in Amputation Prevention (by invitation only)
11:40 – 2:20                Lunch / Exhibits – POSTER PRESENTATIONS and awards
12:30 – 1:30                Sponsored Lunch Symposium – EO2 Concepts (non CME/CPME)

Session Title:   Peripheral Artery Disease
Moderator: George Andros
2:00 – 2:20                  Smart Biomaterials and Polymeric Paving: Pathway to Endoluminal Paradise? – Dr. Marv Slepian
2:20 – 2:40                  Drug-eluting Technology: Form of the Future or Merely a Passing Fancy – Dr. Miguel Montero-Baker
2:40 – 3:00                  Lord of the Rings of Risk: Precious Pearls for Promotion of Pulsatility – Dr. Joseph Mills
3:00 – 3:20                  Who Still Needs a Bypass? Dr. Michael Conte
3:20 – 3:40                  Complex Endovascular Techniques – Dr. John Rundback
3:40 – 4:00                   Panel Discussion
4:00 – 4:20                   Studio Break

Session Title: Next Gen Infection: Pus-ing the Envelope.
Moderator: Dr. David Armstrong
4:00 – 4:20                  Topical Antimicrobial Therapy for Diabetic Foot Wounds: A Cochrane Systematic Review – Dr. Benjamin A. Lipsky
4:20 – 4:40                  Set Phages to Stun: How Phage Therapy May Make Resistance Futile – Dr. Bonnie Hurwitz
4:40 – 5:00                  Biofilm – Dr. Matthew Malone
5:20 – 5:40                  A Warren For Your Arrest: Can Appropriate Policing of Systemic Antibiotics Reduce Bacterial Resistance?  – Dr. Warren Joseph
5:40 – 6:00                  Panel Discussion

Saturday – March 25, 2017
6:30 – 7:00                  Breakfast
WORKSHOPS - NOT BROADCAST (Non CME/CPME)
11:00 – 1:00                Lunch / Exhibits
11:30 – 12:30              Sponsored Lunch Symposium – TBA

Session Title: Vascular
Moderator: Dr. Joseph Mills and Dr. George Andros
1:00 – 1:20                  Streamlining Vascular Care – Dr. Darren Schneider
1:20 – 1:40                  To Stent or Not to Stent? What Lesions Require Stenting and What Stent Should Be Chosen? Dr. Jayer Chung
1:40 – 2:00                  Atherectomy: Debulking and Debunking the Data! Dr. Miguel Montero-Baker
2:00 – 2:20                  Panel

Session Title Conclusions
Moderator: Dr. Joseph Mills and Dr. David Armstrong
2:00 – 2:20                  Implementing a National Diabetic Foot Program – Dr. Roberto Anichini
2:20 – 2:40                  One Stop Shop to Avoid the Chop:  How to Build a Team and Who Needs to Be On It? Dr. John Steinberg
2:40 – 3:00                  A Worldwide Registry: Where Can I Sign Up? Dr. Kristien Van Acker
3:00 – 3:20                  Panel Discussion
3:20 – 3:55                  Summary – Dr. Andrew Boulton
3:55 – 4:00                  Closing Remarks – Dr. Joseph Mills and Dr. David Armstrong

objectives

At the end of the activity, attendees will be able to

  • List key risk factors associated with ulceration and amputation
  • Discuss the importance of appropriate vascular interventions and their regional and ethnic variations in diabetic foot care
  • Recognize the growing importance of the diabetic foot as an international healthcare problem
  • Discuss the role of various technologies and their impact on healing and preventing diabetic foot wounds
  • Outline the appropriate use of various shoes, insoles and braces in foot care
  • Outline the basics of appropriate antibiotic care of the infected diabetic foot
  • Discuss the complexities of the microenvironment of the diabetic foot wound
  • Cite the fiscal and social impact of diabetic foot ulcers and amputation

Designation Statement

Texas Heart Institute designates this live activity for a maximum of 18.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. CPME CREDIT INFORMATION - The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, School of Medicine, is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, School of Medicine has approved this activity for a maximum of 17.50 continuing education contact hours. ALL LIVE VIEWING OF THE ONLINE ACTIVITY ATTRACTS THE SAME AMOUNT OF CME/CPD CREDITS AS IF THE PERSON WAS ATTENDING THE EVENT IN PERSON.

CERTIFICATES FOR ONLINE ATTENDANCE

Certificates of Attendance for CME/CPD and Contact Hours will be available to DOWNLOAD AND PRINT by ONLINE ATTENDEES after the event has concluded. Clinician’s Matrix does not provide any certificates for in person attendees. Commercial Funding and Financial Support: This conference is being funded by educational grants and commercial support from commercial organizations. A complete list of supporters and faculty disclosures can be found in the sponsors and supporters tab of this page.

Clinician’s Matrix is a broadcast affiliate of CTexas Heart Institute and as such all content approved by CTexas Heart Institute for broadcast attracts the same amount of CME/CPD as if the viewer was attending live at the event.

CME/CPD Points

For information on your country or professions continuing professional education points/hours please select below. Please note new information is being added regularly.

ACCREDITATION Texas Heart Institute designates this live activity for a maximum of 18.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. CPME CREDIT INFORMATION - The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, School of Medicine, is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. The UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, School of Medicine has approved this activity for a maximum of 17.50 continuing education contact hours. ALL LIVE VIEWING OF THE ONLINE ACTIVITY ATTRACTS THE SAME AMOUNT OF CME/CPD CREDITS AS IF THE PERSON WAS ATTENDING THE EVENT IN PERSON. All online CME/CPD certification must be claimed within 21 days of the event. Any claims for CME/CPD not issued within this time frame will be void. Please note Clinician’s Matrix is not responsible for CME/CPD certification in the United States – for questions on CME/CPD please contact the event organizers.

Clinician’s Matrix member tracking will identify logged hours and event(s) viewed. This can be verified by Clinician’s Matrix Support at anytime. Please be aware that your attendance is tracked. To enable tracking you must have your computers javascript up to date. Tracking is NOT available at the moment on iOS devices.

Commercal Funding and Financial Support: This conference is being funded by educational grants and commercial support from commercial organizations.

ACCREDITATION This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) guidelines on continuing education. The standards and information associated with each medical profession outlined by AHPRA can be found HERE.

DFcon 2017 is approved for continuing education hours for Podiatrists who may claim up to 20 hours total, up to 10 hours in Category 2, up to 10 hours in Category 3 or up to 10 hours in Category 4. Clinician’s Matrix cannot inform individuals how or which category they should allocate continuing education hours within. AHPRA CPD guidelines for Podiatrists can be found HERE.

The guidelines for AHPRA on continuing medical education for all professions can be found HERE.

If you are unsure about claiming CPD hours for your profession please consult your local registration board or agency.

Certificates of Attendance for CME and Contact Hours will be issued by the conference organizers and/or Clinician’s Matrix. All online CME/CPD certification must be claimed within 21 days of the event. Any claims for CME/CPD not issued within this time frame will be void. For questions on CME/CPD please contact support@cliniciansmatrix.com

ALL LIVE/ON DEMAND VIEWING OF THE ONLINE ACTIVITY ATTRACTS THE SAME AMOUNT OF CME/CPD CREDITS AS IF THE PERSON WAS ATTENDING THE EVENT IN PERSON.

Clinician’s Matrix member tracking will identify logged hours and event(s) viewed. This can be verified by Clinician’s Matrix Support at anytime. Please be aware that your attendance is tracked. To enable tracking you must have your computers javascript up to date. Tracking is NOT available at the moment on iOS devices.

Commercial Funding and Financial Support: This conference is being funded by educational grants and commercial support from commercial organizations.

ACCREDITATION – Please consult your local registration board or agency.

Certificates of Attendance for CME and Contact Hours will be issued by the conference organizers and/or Clinician’s Matrix. All online CME/CPD certification must be claimed within 21 days of the event. Any claims for CME/CPD not issued within this time frame will be void. For questions on CME/CPD please contact support@cliniciansmatrix.com

Clinician’s Matrix member tracking will identify logged hours and event(s) viewed. This can be verified by Clinician’s Matrix Support at anytime. Please be aware that your attendance is tracked. To enable tracking you must have your computers javascript up to date. Tracking is NOT available at the moment on iOS devices.

Commercial Funding and Financial Support: This conference is being funded by educational grants and commercial support from commercial organizations.

ACCREDITATION – Please consult your local registration board or agency.

Certificates of Attendance for CME and Contact Hours will be issued by the conference organizers and/or Clinician’s Matrix. All online CME/CPD certification must be claimed within 21 days of the event. Any claims for CME/CPD not issued within this time frame will be void. For questions on CME/CPD please contact support@cliniciansmatrix.com

Clinician’s Matrix member tracking will identify logged hours and event(s) viewed. This can be verified by Clinician’s Matrix Support at anytime. Please be aware that your attendance is tracked. To enable tracking you must have your computers javascript up to date. Tracking is NOT available at the moment on iOS devices.

Commercial Funding and Financial Support: This conference is being funded by educational grants and commercial support from commercial organizations.

ACCREDITATION – Please consult your local registration board or agency.

Certificates of Attendance for CME and Contact Hours will be issued by the conference organizers and/or Clinician’s Matrix. All online CME/CPD certification must be claimed within 21 days of the event. Any claims for CME/CPD not issued within this time frame will be void. For questions on CME/CPD please contact support@cliniciansmatrix.com

Clinician’s Matrix member tracking will identify logged hours and event(s) viewed. This can be verified by Clinician’s Matrix Support at anytime. Please be aware that your attendance is tracked. To enable tracking you must have your computers javascript up to date. Tracking is NOT available at the moment on iOS devices.

Commercial Funding and Financial Support: This conference is being funded by educational grants and commercial support from commercial organizations.

ACCREDITATION – Please consult your local registration board or agency.

Certificates of Attendance for CME and Contact Hours will be issued by the conference organizers and/or Clinician’s Matrix. All online CME/CPD certification must be claimed within 21 days of the event. Any claims for CME/CPD not issued within this time frame will be void. For questions on CME/CPD please contact support@cliniciansmatrix.com

Clinician’s Matrix member tracking will identify logged hours and event(s) viewed. This can be verified by Clinician’s Matrix Support at anytime. Please be aware that your attendance is tracked. To enable tracking you must have your computers javascript up to date. Tracking is NOT available at the moment on iOS devices.

Commercial Funding and Financial Support: This conference is being funded by educational grants and commercial support from commercial organizations.

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What is Clinician’s Matrix?

Clinician’s Matrix is an ONLINE education website which delivers high quality medical education, online conferences and other education events directly to your computer via a broadband internet connection.

What is the Diabetic Foot Global Conference (DFCon)?

DFCon is one of the biggest diabetic foot conferences in the world! It is held in March of every odd numbered year.

Can I watch it on my iphone or ipad?

YES! For the first time ever, we have enabled LIVE and ON DEMAND viewing (including tracking) for DFCon 2017 on iOS devices. Now watch the event anywhere…on your desktop, on your iPad or on your iPhone.

I attended DFCon 2017 in person whilst in Houston, can I re-watch the presentations?

YES – Clinician’s Matrix and the Texas Heart Institute management invite you to re-watch DFCon 2017 as many times as you like. If you attended DFCon 2017 in person you have been automatically registered into our system and will have received an email containing your login details – if you did not receive this please check your SPAM folder or reset your PASSWORD using the email address you registered with to the conference organizers. To re-watch DFCon 2017 simply log in to www.cliniciansmatrix.com and then go to the DFCon 2017 icon in your bookshelf.

I am attending DFCon 2017 in person and haven’t received any login details for Clinician’s Matrix yet?

All users attending DFCon in person are automatically added to our database.

How do I attend an event online?

Simple – log in, follow the links to the DFCon 2017 page in your bookshelf. Otherwise simply follow the instructions which will be emailed to you just prior to the event beginning. Its really as simple as ensuring you have a computer, you have the internet connected and then just log in and join the event.

Can I get continuing education points (CPD/CME) for Clinician’s Matrix Events?

Absolutely! Going to a LIVE CONFERENCE such as DFCon 2017 via Clinician’s Matrix attracts the same amount of points as if you attend in person - you should endeavor to view the event LIVE as much as possible however we are aware that due to timezones worldwide this may not be possible - we would recommend catching up on demand as fast as possible.

Do I get a certificate of attendance?

Yes. The conference organizers and Clinician’s Matrix will allow users to download a certificate of attendance after the event is completed. Please look out for further information on how to do this via email.

I have forgotten my password?

Please use the LOST PASSWORD link on the Clinician’s Matrix homepage to reset it. All passwords stored by Clinician’s Matrix are encrypted and cannot be retrieved only changed.

I am having difficulty registering what do I do?

Simply contact us via email support@cliniciansmatrix.com and someone will help you register – easy, simple and no hassles!

How does the ON DEMAND player work?

Simple – just select your DAY of ON DEMAND you want to view, then a player will load. All of the presentations are labelled to the right. The player can be paused, enlarged to fit the screen, muted, volume changed and you can skip through the presentation.

I have logged in but cant seem to access or see any video?

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What sort of internet connection do I require?

Usually the faster the better – we recommend a minimum connection of 1500kbps download and 256kbps upload – anything faster than this is more than adequate. Even on a mobile 3G data connection speeds should be sufficient to view the event. Please be aware of DATA CHARGES. Clinicians Matrix is not responsible for individual users data charges.

Do I need to view it “live” or can I view it “on demand” and still get CPD/CME points?

You should view it LIVE and use ON DEMAND to simply catch up or rewatch parts of the event – Clinician’s Matrix will track all individuals use of the site. You only have 21 days post event to claim your CPD/CME certificate though. There are no extensions to this rule – You can view the event as many times as you want, for as long as you want after it is finished – however you only have 21 days to claim for continuing education points once DFCon 2017 is completed.

Why do I only have 21 days after the event to claim CPD/CME hours?

The conference organizers and accrediting bodies have limited time frames to approve attendees CPD/CME hours. They have stipulated to Clinician’s Matrix that 21 days is the maximum cut off period. You may still re-watch the event as many times as you want, however you may not apply for CPD/CME hours outside of 21 days after the event.

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Faculty

David G. Armstrong, DPM, MD, PhD

Co-Chair

Joseph L. Mills Sr., MD

Co-Chair

Miguel Montero-Baker, MD

Course Director

Bijan Najafi, PhD, MSc

Course Director

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