Book and Booklets
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...
Clinical skills and its sister book went into competition with the only other book on the UK market. It grew from college notes at Northamptons then school of podiatry in 1990.
Designing covers for books is not so easy as it might sound and the story of Podiatrist on a Mission is no different. They say a cover is the first thing that attracts a reader to a book and with two focus groups, one made up from younger non podiatrists, but professionals, and the other from older podiatry professionals, it comes down to chalk and cheese, and that old apples and pears comparison which is no comparison.
Few works, academic or otherwise, have attempted to bring to life the period of intense change that occurred in the late 1970s and early 1980s, signalling the shift from ‘chiropody’ to ‘podiatry’.
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It is useful to have a background profile covering education, clinical practice and lecturing.
Beta reading is an accepted term for someone who is willing to comment on a manuscript. This articles sets out to explain the terms with an accompanying guide.
Book Review – “Selling Foot Health as Podiatry” By Beverley Wright Inspiration comes in many forms and none more so when I was given the privilege of reviewing author David Tollafield’s new book “Selling Foot Health as Podiatry”. This book highlights learning the...
Rachel Clarke is a journalist and medical doctor and tells a passionate story of care for her patients while fighting the behamoth called the NHS and underfunded staffing. A riveting read full of compassion and candour.
David explains a bit about this common nerve condition and points to more information and encourages people to take time over removing the cause and avoiding surgery. He should know as he had Morton’s neuroma.