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Podiatry flashcards

Discussion in 'Podiatry and Related Books' started by Emma Wallace, May 6, 2017.

  1. Emma Wallace

    Emma Wallace Welcome New Poster


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    Hi all
    I am starting a Podiatry Degree in September at Northampton University and am looking to buy some flashcards and skeletal posters before I start . Would anyone be able to advise the best ones for this. many thanks Emma
     
  2. Ian Drakard

    Ian Drakard Active Member

    Hi Emma

    Not sure about flash cards- I always found making my own better anyway. Poster wise the standard ones you always seem to see on a search (lippincoot williams and wilkins puplished I think) are a good start, but something I found helpful for anatomy and dissection in the first term was a DVD- Aclands Video Atlas for the lower limb.

    It's a great course, hope you enjoy it
    Ian
     
  3. raun

    raun Active Member

    Hello Emma, there are tons of online resources that can fulfill the requirements. I personally prefer to learn through online mediums.
     
  4. K_Shep

    K_Shep Welcome New Poster

    Hi Emma, I am studying in Brisbane and was wondering whether you ended up finding any decent flash cards? As I moving more into the nitty gritty of the lower limb I want to get some myself.
     
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