31 March 2023 — Press Releases, Projects

DiaSHOE: Improving the quality of life of diabetic foot patients

The Erasmus+ DiaSHOE project implemented by partners from six countries (Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Portugal and Spain) has reached its objectives and is officially ending today. Since the start in October 2020, the partners have endeavoured to improving the knowledge of different target groups surrounding diabetics patients on Diabetic Foot Control, developing digital competences and curricula in a learning context, and advancing on Research and Development.

The consortium is very content with all the project results and the positive feedbacks they received over the past months. They truly hope that their work and effort can help raising further awareness and education about the Diabetic Foot Syndrome, and contributing improving the quality of life of diabetic patients.

The Erasmus+ DiaSHOE project is completed, but now the opportunity starts for the different target groups, who have the opportunity to access the three different Digital Education Packages via the project website, in which they can also find relevant articles and news, available as well on social media (Facebook and LinkedIn).

To learn more about the project’s achievements, click HERE!

The DiaSHOE project is co-financed by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.