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Clinical mentoring of podiatrists

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by NewsBot, Jun 8, 2015.

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    An exploratory study of career, psychosocial, and clinical mentoring of podiatrists
    Rosalie Coppin, Greg Fisher
    Australian Journal of Career Development July 2015 vol. 24 no. 2 93-104
     
  2. Elizabeth Humble-Thomas

    Elizabeth Humble-Thomas Active Member

    Having been in practice for thirty years, I have become very fond of and close to many of my patients. Then they die. Often as many as five in a year (nothing to do with my treatment!)
    I often find out from another patient whilst treating them. I have no time to process the loss, let alone grieve.
    I think this should be addressed in training, and mentoring may be helpful.
     
  3. TL74

    TL74 Active Member

    We must also not underestimate what we as experienced podiatrists can also learn from having students in the clinic with us.
    Some of the questions they ask can help us to look at conditions we treat everyday in a different way. I see mentoring as a 2 way information street.
     
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