The Scottish Diabetes Group launch an online learning tool for foot screening

Stang, Duncan; Leese, Graham
September 2011
Diabetic Foot Journal;2011, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p116
Academic Journal
The article reports on the launch of an online diabetic foot screening training programme called FRAME, located at www.diabetesframe.org by the Scottish Diabetes Group's Foot Action Group. The group asked the assistance of the University of Edinburg's Department of E-Learning in the creation of the project. The site has four sections and series of case scenarios that can generate a continuing professional development certificate.


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