Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Is walking barefoot a risk factor for diabetic foot disease in developing countries?

Saroj  Jayasinghe

Saroj Jayasinghe

qualifications: MD (Colombo)

contribution: designed the project, original concept, literature review, supervised data collection, wrote the first draft

position: Professor

Sri Lanka

I am a general physician with a special interest in social issues and public policy. Currently I am on sabbatical leave from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo, where I work as a professor in the Department of Clinical Medicine. My interest in rural medicine stems from the fact that a majority of Sri Lankans (and inhabitants in the globe) live in rural areas. Therefore there is a need to modify or develop fresh models of care, rather than copy from the models of practice developed in urban centres of the developed countries.


Inoshi  Atukorala

Inoshi Atukorala

qualifications: MD (Colombo)

contribution: designed the project, collected data, contributed to drafts, statistical analysis

position: Hon Specialist Registrar


Bhagya  Gunethilleke

Bhagya Gunethilleke

qualifications: MD (Colombo)

contribution: designed the project, collected data, contributed to drafts

position: Specialist Registrar


Viraj  Siriwardena

Viraj Siriwardena

qualifications: MBBS (Colombo)

contribution: designed the project, collected data, contributed to drafts

position: Anaesthetic registrar


Samantha C Herath

Samantha Herath

qualifications: MBBS (Colombo)

contribution: designed the project, collected data, statistical analysis, contributed to drafts

position: Medical registrar


Kusum  De Abrew

Kusum De Abrew

qualifications: MD (Colombo)

contribution: designed the project, contributed to drafts

position: Professor


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