Diagram showing the 6 phases of diabetic foot care

Keep Moving training resources

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The Keep Moving project was developed in response to the need to build the capacity of personnel working to prevent lower limb amputation as a result of diabetes; and to support the return to mobility of men and women who have had an amputation.

The project began with an analysis of the prevention and management of lower limb amputation; including identification of six phases and a range of interventions possible during each phase. Training resource development for most, if not all of these interventions, would be beneficial for the Pacific context; however. this was not feasible within the project scope. Early consultation with stakeholders in the Region and a review of existing materials was therefore carried out in order to prioritise and focus resource development.

As a result, the Keep Moving project developed training resources for three topics :

  • Offloading foot ulcers
  • Shoes for healthy feet
  • Mobility without a prosthesis

Keep Moving resources were developed in partnership with the College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Science, Fiji National University (FNU) and the International Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics’ Australian Member Society – Outreach Committee (ISPO Australia Outreach). The project was funded by the WHO Western Region Pacific Office. The modules have been peer-reviewed.

If you would like to download e-copies of the Keep Moving training resources, please fill out your details below. Once you click ‘submit’ you will be re-directed to a page with links to the Keep Moving files.

Additional modules of the Keep Moving training resources are being developed, Motivation Australia will emial you as they become available.

Additional information about Diabetic Foot Care:

Case Study: Diabetic Foot Care in Samoa

DFC Research Summary


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