COVID-19: A Podiatry Perspective

COVID-19: A Podiatry Perspective

02 June 2020

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

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  • This joint webinar with the College of Podiatry will address many of the issues facing the practice of podiatry during this crisis. An international group of podiatrists have been gathered together to offer their perspective on issues facing podiatry at this time: all of whom are Fellows of the College. These podiatrists are either delivering front-line care to COVID-19 patients and/or collecting data that will inform future podiatric practice. 

    The webinar will draw on papers already published and indeed available on the College web page. The detail of the presentations will focus on what’s currently being delivered to patients who require emergency foot care; issues around upskilling podiatrists to work in an ICU department; current thinking and observations on skin lesions in patients with COVID-19 and instruction on the use of steroid injections in patients with this condition and what might be the alternative treatments available. There will follow a Q&A session which will allow ample time to discuss and clarify any questions that may arise from the presentations.

    This webinar is free to members of the College of Podiatry. If you are member of the College of Podiatry please register here

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Understand the roles played by podiatrists across different locations and the potential roles for podiatrists in managing critically ill patients in the future.
    • Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the pharmacological structure of steroid injections and fully understand why these are contradictory in patients with a COVID-19 diagnosis. Be aware of what alternative treatments are available and how challenging these might be for the profession.
    • Have an appreciation of the possible effects of COVID-19 on the feet particularly in terms of dermatological manifestations.

    Suitable for:

    • Podiatric Students
    • Podiatrists
    • Specialist Podiatrists
    • Advanced Podiatrists and Consultants

    Thanks to our sponsors

  • 02 June
    18:00-18:10

    Welcome and Introduction

    Professor Robert L Ashford Dean, Faculty of Podiatric Medicine Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

    02 June
    18:10-18:25

    Upskilling podiatrists in ICU departments: is there a role and how might this look in a UK context?

    Mr Trevor Prior Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Senior Clinic Lecturer Queen Mary, University of London

    02 June
    18:25-18:40

    All feet on deck – The role of Podiatry during the COVID-19 pandemic: An American perspective

    Dr Lee Rogers Board of Directors, American Board of Podiatric Medicine Los Angeles, California, USA

    02 June
    18:40-18:55

    The use of steroids: possible impact in relation to COVID-19

    Dr Nat Padhiar Consultant Podiatric Surgeon, Centre for Sports & Exercise Medicine, William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London

    02 June
    18:55-19:05

    COVID-19 and skin: current literature and potential implications for podiatrists

    Dr Ivan Bristow Podiatrist, New Forest, Hampshire, UK Visiting Lecturer appointments in UK and Australia

    02 June
    19:05-19:25

    Question and Answer Session

    Matthew Fitzpatrick Chair of the Clinical Senate College of Podiatry

    02 June
    19:25-19:30

    Thanks and Close

    Professor Robert L Ashford Dean, Faculty of Podiatric Medicine Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

  • Category Product Amount
    College of Podiatry Member Registrations £0
    Member Registrations £0
    Non-Member Registrations £15
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