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Final year Aussie moving to UK

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by LydiaB, Apr 23, 2018.

  1. LydiaB

    LydiaB Welcome New Poster


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    Hi everyone,
    I'm Lydia, a final year student in Australia. I'm going to be moving to the UK in January 2019 as a new grad.
    Any relevant advice would be very welcome :)
     
  2. RL1

    RL1 Welcome New Poster

    Hi LydiaB,

    Did you have any luck? I'm thinking of making the same move
     
  3. Karey Fleming

    Karey Fleming Active Member

    Hello to you both. My understanding is that the vast majority of UK pods work within NHS which is a lot of diabetic foot care. We are currently recruiting to Nova Scotia, Canada where the caseload includes 1/2 biomechanical and 1/2 skin/nail care including diabetes. If this might be of interest, please check out our job posting: https://www.healthwalks.ca/podiatry-jobs-nova-scotia
    If you could also share it within your networks, I would really appreciate it. Most of our pods come from the UK actually.
    Thanks!
    Karey
     
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