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Seeking more memories

Seeking more memories

Sometimes it is the little things. Those observations that resonate with human attraction for the memoir. Classically these are organised into chronological order, but why be conventional? Having written about my early college experience, a friend who I had not seen for years, contacted me. We talked for nearly 2 hours and he shared so many anecdotes I wondered why he had not submitted or written them up.

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Poor data collection exposed

Poor data collection exposed

Podiatric activity occurred in 99 centres, 88% of which provided NHS care.  Community-based services accounted for 51.8% of NHS treatment with the remainder provided by either acute Trusts or NHS Choose and book in the independent sector. When comparing HES data between April – November 2020 a similar trend existed.  Overall day case admissions were down by 42.5%.

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Medicine What’s the Point?

Medicine What’s the Point?

Podiatric surgeon Steve Kriss considers that podiatrists could do more with their medical training and lays down the gauntlet. His premise is that to play an equal role in patient management clinicians must be able to communicate at the same medical level as qualified medical doctors. He describes his own experience here.

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Podiatric Surgery – a Fairy Tale come True

Podiatric Surgery – a Fairy Tale come True

Podiatric Surgery – a Fairy Tale Come True is written by the author with over 40 years experience covering all the key highs and lows that turned chiropody into podiatric surgery. The early years have now been turned into a book but this is a reflection of lack of evidence which eventually grew in time to make a profession from something that had been seen as pedicure…

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Reflection from workshops and meetings

Reflection from workshops and meetings

If we reflect through an experience we must be able to make changes afterwards. There may not be a need to change, or as you review your results glaring holes appear that need a fresh approach. The process is made up of repetitive cycles rather than a single cycle. We should not set aside our actions because there is a constant need to provide the best outcome, best performance and minimise risk and error.

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