Diabetes Doesn't Have to Hurt Member Tool Kit | Practicing DPMs | APMA
Diabetes Doesn't Have to Hurt Member Tool Kit

Member Tool Kit

Download any or all of these easy-to-use materials to use in your practice during November's Diabetes Awareness Month:

    • Referral Letter
      Make sure your colleagues in primary care, endocrinology, and diabetes care and education are aware of your expertise in preventing and treating complications of diabetes in the feet. Customize our referral letter and send to your peers.
    • Press Release 
      Share this press release with your local media during the month of November and remind them that you are available to discuss stories related to diabetes and its complications in the feet and ankles. If you need assistance creating a local media list, contact Peggy Tresky.
    • Sample Social Media Posts
      These sample posts are ready to use! Simply copy and paste to your own social media accounts. Character counts have already been performed and hashtags are included as appropriate. Personalize the content based on your practice experience or use as is. Be sure to use the hashtag #DiabetesDoesntHavetoHurt with all your diabetes posts this month!
    • Social Media Images
      These images can be used on your social media channels independently or paired with suggested social media content.
    • Tip Sheet
      This eye-catching one-pager is a perfect piece for your practice website or patient portal. Print it in color and use it as a handout for patients with diabetes or at local health fairs. 
    • Logos
      Use the campaign logo on social media or your website and link back to www.apma.org/diabetes
    • Poster
      Order our campaign poster for your exam and waiting rooms and help educate your patients while they wait. The poster is free of charge for APMA members!
    • Special Edition of Footprints Newsletter
      This newsletter, designed for patients, is perfect for use on your practice website, patient portal, or to send to existing patients. 
    • Video
      Watch and share this informative conversation about treatment options for peripheral neuropathy between APMA Communications Committee Member Nicholas Butler, DPM, and David Simpson, MD, professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai. 


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