National Diabetes Foot Care Audit Report 2014-2016

Reports | Published: 08 Mar 2017

The National Diabetes Foot Care Audit (NDFA) measures care structures, patient management and care outcomes for people with active diabetic foot disease. Any health care provider treating diabetic foot ulcers can submit data.

This is the second annual report and includes data on 11,073 patients who underwent first expert assessments between 14 July 2014 and 8 April 2016 for 13,034 new ulcer episodes, at 173 specialist foot care services.

The full report and summary report is available to download below.

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National Diabetes Foot Care Audit Report 2014-2016