Dataset of the Foot Disease in Inpatients Study
This dataset was generated as part of a Foot Disease in Inpatients Study (FDIS). FDIS was the main study of the PhD thesis ‘The burden of foot disease in inpatient populations’ written by Peter Lazzarini.
The main objective of FDIS was to investigate the prevalence, and associated factors, of different foot disease disorders and foot risk factors in a representative inpatient population. This was a multi-site, observational point-prevalence, cross-sectional study set in five public hospitals across Queensland, Australia.
All physical data collection records are stored in the Allied Health Research Collaborative office, at The Prince Charles Hospital, Metro North Hospital and Health Service.
Details of the thesis and study can be found at QUT ePrints: https://eprints.qut.edu.au/101526/.
This work was supported by grant funding from Queensland Health (Queensland Government, Australia) and the Wound Management Innovation Cooperative Research Centre (Australia).
The data owner is interested in potential collaborations with other researchers who access this data.
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