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Jul 04, 2017 | Post by: admin Comments Off on Occupational Therapy Practitioner’s role in diabetes education

Occupational Therapy Practitioner’s role in diabetes education

Occupational therapy practitioners can play a vital role in diabetes education and self-management for individuals who are likely to develop the disease as well as those who are already diagnosed. We have the privilege of having an Occupational Therapist working within the inter-disciplinary team here at APSA, Miss Kiran Seeboruth.

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Jul 03, 2017 | Post by: admin Comments Off on APSA at the WCPT Congress

APSA at the WCPT Congress

Our Occupational Therapist, Kiran Seeboruth, had the privilege to present an Innovative Programme  on ‘Chronic diabetic foot which improves significantly through combination exercises that revive microcirculation and structured electrical nerve stimulation’ during the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) Congress. This event was held at the beginning of July in

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Jul 03, 2017 | Post by: admin Comments Off on Advanced Wound Care Training

Advanced Wound Care Training

APSA International, in association with Mauritius Research Council (MRC) & ChemTech, organised a 3 day training course (16th to 18th May) on ‘Advanced Wound Care’.  This course was delivered by Liezl Naude, Clinical Nurse Specialist in Wound Management and the Founder of Eloquent Learning Health. This event took place in

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Jul 03, 2017 | Post by: admin Comments Off on Diabetes & Sexuality – A Taboo Subject

Diabetes & Sexuality – A Taboo Subject

Sex has always been a taboo subject. People usually feel a certain discomfort when they discuss this matter. Sexual dysfunction is common among people with diabetes. This theme has been discussed during the radio program ‘Pran Ou Diabet en Main’ (PODEM) in May. Sexual dysfunction can have a negative impact

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May 23, 2017 | Post by: admin Comments Off on Diabète : La gestion des pieds est cruciale

Diabète : La gestion des pieds est cruciale

A Maurice, les patients diabétiques développent régulièrement des plaies qui, en l’absence de traitement adapté, peuvent avoir des complications fatales. Afin de mieux préparer les professionnels de santé à prodiguer les soins nécessaires et appropriés, APSA International en collaboration avec ChemTech Ltd et le Mauritius Research Council (MRC), a organisé

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May 18, 2017 | Post by: admin Comments Off on Remise de chèque par IndianOil (Mauritius) Ltd

Remise de chèque par IndianOil (Mauritius) Ltd



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Apr 25, 2017 | Post by: admin Comments Off on APSA International accueille RFI dans ses locaux

APSA International accueille RFI dans ses locaux

APSA International a eu le privilège d'accueillir RFI dans ses locaux à Trianon. L'émission Priorité Santé était axée sur la problématique du diabète à Maurice. Cliquez sur ce lien pour écouter l'émission: http://www.rfi.fr/emission/20170411-prise-charge-diabete-ile-maurice

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Dec 24, 2016 | Post by: admin No Comments

Mythe: Quand on est diabétique, on ne peut plus avoir une vie active.

Mythe: Quand on est diabétique, on ne peut plus avoir une vie active. Rejoignez-nous ! Flag Day 22.23.24. December 2016.

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Dec 23, 2016 | Post by: admin No Comments

Mythe : Le problème du diabète c’est le sucre.

Mythe : Le problème du diabète c’est le sucre. Rejoignez-nous ! Flag Day 22.23.24 December 2016.

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Dec 22, 2016 | Post by: admin No Comments

Mythe: Les personnes diabétiques ne peuvent manger que des légumes. Part 2.

Mythe: Les personnes diabétiques ne peuvent manger que des légumes. Part 2. Rejoignez-nous ! Flag Day 22.23.24 December 2016.

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