Your Role in Improving the Population Health of People at Risk or Living with Diabetic Foot Complications

Thu, April 15, 2021

Hosted by AFHTO & Wounds Canada

This interactive webinar will provide an overview of your role to improve the population health of people at risk or living with diabetic foot complications across the full continuum of care settings to improve patient experience, outcomes and costs. 


By the end of the webinar participants will:

  • Discuss prevention and management approaches based on risk stratification of people at risk or living with diabetic foot complications
  • Explore ways to leverage telehealth / virtual care assessments to support patients at risk or living with diabetic foot complications
  • Leverage Wounds Canada resources to optimize your practice 


Mariam Botros, as Chief Executive Director of Wounds Canada, is responsible for both the strategic direction and day-to-day operations of the organization. She is a chiropodist and diabetes educator and completed a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership. Mariam has also published, developed and lectured in multiple programs, both nationally and internationally in the area of diabetic foot complications and amputation prevention. 

Janet L. Kuhnke is an Assistant Professor of Baccalaureate of Nursing at Cape Breton University with a strong background of community practice. Her recent studies include qualitative studies related to community members’ living with diabetes mellitus and being at risk for foot ulcerations. She is focusing on barriers and inequities in delivering best practices in skin and wound care in rural and remote communities. 

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