D-Foot International has individual and institutional members.
A Member is a physician, healthcare professional, or non-healthcare professional, who has demonstrated an interest in the diabetic foot and represents the country of citizenship at the General Assembly.
An Associate Member is a person who makes a monetary contribution to DFI. The Board grants Associate Membership for one year until the end of a calendar year. Associate Members have no voting rights and are not entitled to attend the General Assembly
Honorary Presidents are former Presidents of DFI who have served DFI with distinction and sustained commitment. They have no voting rights but are entitled to attend the General Assembly as observers with the right of voice.
Honorary Members are persons who have made significant contributions to DFI or to the fight against diabetic foot. They have no voting rights but are entitled to attend the General Assembly as observers with the right of voice.
Association Members or Corporate Members are interested in diabetic foot management. Candidacy applications shall be made in writing to the Board of Directors. The Board decides on whether to admit an organisation as an Institutional Member. Institutional Members have no voting rights, are not entitled to attend the General Assembly, and are not eligible for a governing position in DFI.