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Can you help a pre pod student?

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Chloe, Nov 24, 2006.

  1. Chloe

    Chloe Welcome New Poster


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    Have applied to Uni to start Podiatry in Sept. Am currently doing access course at college but need to do an independent research project. Has to include a current debatable topic. Really want to do it on something involving feet but am really stuck for ideas. Can anyone suggest anything that is current, not too technical, and has loads of research available. Have considered children's shoes issues but can't find much research. Please help, don't want to have to resort to mainstrem topics e.g. global warming, really want to do something relevant to podiatry.
     
  2. Tess Bowen

    Tess Bowen Member

    Suggested research topic

    Hi Chole,

    As far as I know there has'nt been a study done to form a link between

    babies who don't walk before 14mths of age and obesity.Most parents remember when their toddler first starts to walk and young children have their weights recorded by the baby health clinic .

    Baby's footwear is an area that needs to be assessed and could be shop focused or mother and baby groups could be used to gain data.

    cheers Tess
     
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