The value of Podiatric Reflective Practice

The value of podiatric reflective practice is to review and reflect clinical practice with reliable information and analysis written by podiatrists for podiatrists and others with a clinical interest. You have to sign up to receive the newsfeeds and receive some of the benefits.


Advantages

  • Free on sign-up to stay in touch with articles
  • Open access & you don’t have to pay to publish
  • Lighter initial Peer Review 
  • Promotes all people to write, create and develop their skills
  • Wide variety of articles available 
  • Articles published by different authors
  • Receive free podiatry books by author 
  • Beta reader involvement be involved with publishing
  • Articles with references and hyperlinks
  • Readable on tablets and mobile phones
  • Monthly newsfeeds
  • Option to share with patients to enhance practice
  • Clinician Spotlight – unique to promote your practice for free
  • Peer review activity comes from all sources and changes made quickly
  • Reading scores are given on complexity Writing to be understood and the Flesch score

reading scores tend to suggest complexity of sentence construction not just difficulty in reading.

The reading score for this article is 47 because of the bulleted layout


Disadvantages

  • Not delivered as a paper readable journal
  • Biased toward podiatrists
  • Is not scientifically peer reviewed
  • Does not publish scientific research
  • Promotes books ( some unsubscribe because of this)
  • Limited circulation to monthly 
  • May not be technical enough for some readers

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The value of Podiatric Reflective Practice

Published February 2021 by Busypencilcase Reflective Communications Est. 2015


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