Government of New Brunswick

The vast majority of diabetes care is offered within the primary-care, family-practice setting.  It is here that the health-care team should be able to provide the requisite monitoring, treatment and counseling to support the patients.

To better support primary-care providers, office tools and forms have been developed and subsequently endorsed by the NB Diabetes Task Group.  More tools will be added as they are created.   We hope that these tools will be useful in your practice.  Please email us with suggestions for future tools or with recommended edits to existing tools at

Diabetic Foot Care Tools

The training booklets "the Diabetic Foot Risk Assessment's Seven Components" and "Organizing the clinical foot examination" are available by request. Please email: