Foot-Trainer Course Middle East - 6th Train-the- ABU DHABI, UAE 18-22 JANUARY 2020 - D-Foot ...
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6TH TRAIN-THE-FOOT-TRAINER COURSE MIDDLE EAST Dear Partners, The 6th Train-the-Foot-Trainer course in MENA region will be held 18-22 January 2020, in Abu Dhabi. This training course is an initiative of D-Foot International (www.d-foot.org). It has become a standard training that brings together participants and the experts in order to enable them to start the national implementation programs and to establish further optimal international networking. We cordially invite you to participate in this unique event that will give you a special opportunity to communicate with your target groups and experts-in-the field. In this brochure you will find a description of the different sponsorship options for our industrial partners as well as a short description of the background of the Training Course, its aims and an overview of the program. The end result of the course will be also collaboration in a unique data collection project under the auspices of D-Foot International and UNFM (Université Numérique Francophone Mondiale). We expect more than 50 participants from at least 13 countries and observers from other regions. We invite you to visit our website www.D-Foot.org for more information. Your participation in this meeting will support our continuous efforts to tackle the threat of the diabetic foot in the MENA region and to reduce the unacceptably high number of lower-limb amputations. If after reading this document you have any questions please feel free to contact the Steering Committee of this Train-the-Foot- Trainer Middle East programme.
TRAIN-THE-FOOT-TRAINER COURSE It is a training programme which teaches course structure, teaching methods, evaluation skills, data collection, strategic organisation/development, networking structures and optimising available resources. Furthermore, it is a course run for experts to train others to become experts in clinical and education skills and knowledge. THE AIMS OF THE TRAIN-THE-FOOT-TRAINER MIDDLE EAST ARE: To train national active experts/champions in diabetic foot disease within a global region to deliver effective, well-structured, sustainable training programmes with demonstrable outcomes. THE OBJECTIVES OF THE TRAIN-THE-FOOT- TRAINER MIDDLE EAST ARE: • For each of the delegate teams to organise and implement a Step by Step(SbS) training programme for their own country (educational, organisational and public relations) within 3 years of attending a Train-the-Foot-Training course • To identify and find solutions for their needs and barriers to implementation • To evaluate the delivered course by collecting and disseminating outcomes of the programme (national/regional/ international) • To train trainers from their own communities to deliver SbS training programme • To encourage, support and develop an ongoing mentorship programme for existing and new diabetic foot champions in this region. PARTICIPANTS SELECTION CRITERIA In order to participate to the Train-the-Foot-Training programme a selection process exists with certain eligibility criteria, this is to try to ensure post course implementation. This is vital as generally on two delegates can attend from each representing country, however in some cases more delegates can attend if a country is large geographically. The selection criteria include evidence of diabetic foot clinical activity, organisational skills, collaboration and support from patient organisation and ministry of health, physician/surgeon and a healthcare professional (as a team) with a willingness to work collaboratively. Finally, they must be willing to sign a contract with the organising committee stating the following: • That they are prepared to implement a regional/national programme to prevention amputations related to diabetes, starting by upgrading their own centre of reference • That they will formally report to the organisers after 6, 12, 24 and 36 months to the organising committee • That they will contribute to an anonymised data collection system in line with the international principles of data security and privacy.
MENA PARTICIPANTS For this 6th course 2-4 participants from each country are accepted. This amounts to more than 50 participants. However there is some flexibility. STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE Before the start of the course: Study of the E-learning package (Video’s with presentations) The course itself: Section 1: Workshops focussed on teaching methods and skills • Components of Step by Step • Key messages • Presentation skills Section 2: Skills necessary to implement SbS locally, nationally and regionally. • Funding • Organisation • Support structures • Networking • PR • Sustainability Section 3: PREVIOUS COURSES: • Data collection with the DIAFI system Have been held in Brasilia meeting for Latin • Strategic implementation planning America - Tobago meeting for Carabean Region- • Goal setting for the next two and a half year Bled meeting for mainly East –European countries - Bangkok meeting for Western Pacific Countries Follow-up: and Marrakesh for French speaking countries of • Reports after 6, 12, 24 and 36 months Maghreb and Africa. Programme Lead: Kristien Van Acker Local host in Abu Dhabi: Gulnaz Tariq INTERNATIONAL FACULTY Z.G Abbas Neil Baker Mollie Donohoe José Luis Lázaro (Tanzania) (UK/Kuwait) (UK) Martínez (Spain) William Jeffcoate Eric Senneville Kristien Van Acker Arend Jan Woittiez (UK) (France) (Belgium) (The Netherlands) REGIONAL FACULTY Zahid Miyan William Akiki Khalid Edrees Salma Khuraibet (Pakistan) (Lebanon) (Saudi Arabia) (Kuwait)
SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES GENERAL SPONSOR – EURO 25,000 Exhibition space 12m2 Sponsored lecture or introduction 45 min. Staff 2 persons Participating industry observers 2 persons Observers registration duration Full Logo on TtFT MENA website Yes, on home page Company introduction on TtFT MENA website Yes, with link to own website Logo on banners and signage on site Yes SPONSOR – EURO 15,000 Exhibition space 6m2 Sponsored lecture or introduction 30 min. Staff 2 persons Participating industry observers 2 persons Observers registration duration Full Logo on TtFT MENA website No Company introduction on TtFT MENA website Yes, with link Logo on banners and signage on site Yes CONTRIBUTOR – EURO 7,500 Exhibition space 4m2 Sponsored lecture or introduction 15 min. Staff 1 person Participating industry observers 1 person Observers registration duration Full Logo on TtFT MENA website No Company introduction on TtFT MENA website Yes, no link Logo on banners and signage on site Yes SUPPORTER – EURO 5,000 Exhibition space 4m2 Staff 1 person Participating industry observers 1 person Observers registration duration Three days Company introduction on TtFT MENA website No Logo on banners and signage on site No FRIEND – EURO 2,500 Company introduction on website Yes Logo on banners and signage on site Yes VISITOR – EURO 2,000 Registration for observing the course Full course
VENUE TRANSPORTATION AND Park Arjan by Rotana ACCOMMODATION Eastern Ring Road Sponsors are responsible for the flights, Ministeries Area Abu local transportation, and accommodation of Dhabi, UAE Website their staff. LIABILITY AND INSURANCE LANGUAGE The TtFT Secretariat and organizers cannot accept liability for The official language personal accidents or loss of or damage to private property of of the Symposium is participants, either during or indirectly arising from the TtFT MENA English. 2020. DRESS CODE VISA REQUIREMENT Clothing is business casual for Foreign participants may require visas in order all occasions. to enter the UAE. Please check with your local UAE Consulate or Embassy. GLOSSARY INDUSTRY OBSERVER: Is a person registered to attend the course by the contributor/sponsor. Industry observer have permission to attend the meeting and dinner/s as per table above, but cannot participate or have any interactive role in discussions. SPONSORED LECTURE: Sponsor of the levels 25.000 and 15.000 will get priority to choose the time slot with the programme coordinator. The duration of the lecture is well described in the proposal and depends on the sponsorship level. Organisers will provide a room with standard A/V equipment. The content and the costs related to the lecture, including of faculty, are the sole responsibility of the Sponsor. The draft of lecture must be submitted to the Organizing Board for review not later than 21 days before the course starts. WEB PAGE PUBLISHING: Logos of participating Sponsors will be published according to table above. EXHIBITION SPACE RENTAL: Exhibition space rental excludes the costs of booth, furniture or any other equipment, cleaning the booth, extra electricity and set up ORGANISER PRIMARY CONTACT D-FOOT INTERNATIONAL IVZW Freddy Arnauts, MSc, PhD Prins Boudewijnlaan, 159 Partnership Consultant +32 468 111 329 2650 Edegem firstname.lastname@example.org BELGIUM
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