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Declining offloading rates in Belgian Recognized Diabetic Foot Clinics (RDFC): results from an audit-feedback quality improvement initiative.

offloading rates. The percentage of patients without any offloading device is increasing. Audit and feedback including non-public anonymous benchmarking has not been able to prevent this decline. Knowing that ...

Management and 6-month outcome of patients with diabetic foot problems: results from a nationwide quality improvement initiative between 2005 and 2014

Background: We describe the implementation and results of an audit-feedback quality improvement (QI) initiative in Belgian diabetic foot clinics (DFC s). Methods: Using self-developed software and ...

Negative determinants of diabetic foot ulcer healing: 6-month follow-up of a large multicentre cohort

periodical audits and feedback (anonymous benchmarking). [1] Methods: In 2011, 32 Belgian DFC s followed 1528 patients with a DFU of Wagner grade 2 or more for six months or until healing, major amputation or ...

Initiative for quality improvement and epidemiology among children and adolescents with diabetes (IQECAD)

national and international systems of audit and feedback have been established, aimed at improving care quality in hospital-based multidisciplinary paediatric diabetes centres (HBMC).   Aims   To study and ...

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