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Indigenous diabetic foot program



The Indigenous diabetic foot program (IDFP) aims to provide quality, positive, evidence-based educational resources and workshops for Indigenous people and those who care for them.

The educational tools are designed for use by Indigenous people with diabetes, Indigenous Health Workers and other health professionals, to enable them to become more actively involved with the management of the diabetic foot. With better understanding of the management and early identification of foot conditions, the expectation is to prevent foot ulceration and amputation.

IDFP workshops are designed specifically for people who work with Indigenous clients, and can be tailored to suit the audience. For more information on the workshops see links below.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract


Jason Warnock
Program Manager
Indigenous Diabetic Foot Program
32 Ross River Road
Mundingburra QLD 4812
Ph: (07) 4775 7522
Fax: (07) 4779 4599

Related publications

Radowski C, Willett C, Thomas C, Wisely R (2011)

Implementing the Indigenous Diabetic Foot Project in the lower gulf of Australia.

Journal of Foot and Ankle Research; 4(Suppl. 1): P46

Indigenous diabetic foot program resources (2011)

Indigenous Diabetic Foot Program

The Indigenous diabetic foot program is run in Townsville and Palm Island in North Queensland, by podiatrist and founder Jason Warnock. The goal is to prevent foot ulceration and amputation.

Educational resources to encourage diabetic foot care have been developed as part of the program:

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract


Last updated: 30 July 2015
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