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Seminar: Current trends relating to the foot and ankle, presented by the Australasian Podiatric Rheu

Discussion in 'New Zealand' started by APRSIG, Jun 27, 2013.

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    APRSIG Seminar: Current trends relating to the foot and ankle in inflammatory joint disease, presented by the Australasian Podiatric Rheumatology Specialist Interest Group, Sept 2013

    The Australasian Podiatric Rheumatology Specialist Interest Group will be hosting a seminar on ‘Current trends relating to the foot and ankle in inflammatory joint disease’ on Saturday 21st September 2013 at the AUT Univeristy city campus in Auckland.

    Please find attached a brochure with further information about the seminar.

    To register your interest, please contact Rachael Carroll rcarroll@aut.ac.nz or mobile: +64 (0)22 038 9973.
     

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