@UofA SALSA’s Armstrong Celebrates Australia Day by Virtual Diabetic Foot Workshop to Queensland @UAMedTucson

The University of Arizona’s David G. Armstrong, Professor of Surgery and Director of the Southern Arizona Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA) delivered a wide ranging workshop on amputation prevention strategies to urban and rural health care providers alike. “It’s a privilege to be able to be able to put on this great program”, noted Dr. Armstrong “I’m grateful for the organizing efforts of Queensland Health, The Prince Charles Hospital and Jason Warnock specifically. It’s particularly great to be doing this on Australia day, as I feel as though we’re all working together to discover new horizons.” The program is part of a larger series of educational efforts designed to better treat people with diabetes throughout Australia. Jason Warnock, the conference organizer was a former Churchill Fellow who visited Armstrong’s SALSA in 2009.

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David G. Armstrong lectures via Skype  to clinicians at The Prince Charles Hospital in Queensland, Australia

David G. Armstrong

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One comment

  • Thanks for making your time available on this day, just as you did for Fiona Murray and her team from SA Health in Adelaide.
    Im trying to set up the 3rd one in the series in Perth with Burke Hugo.
    Will keep you posted.

    Thanks again DGA

    Jonathan Herreen

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