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Forensic Podiatry

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by adavies, Mar 13, 2009.

  1. adavies

    adavies Active Member


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    I recently had to fill in a questionaire regarding forensic podiatry and as far as in can tell here in the UK there is very limited access to this. Then it's another 3 years full time study.

    For those working full time with bills and a family, wanting to advance themselves in this area is almost impossible.

    Just wondered if there were any alternatives out there!

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  2. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

    adavies

    >For those working full time with bills and a family, wanting to advance themselves in this area is almost impossible.

    Nature of the beast, I fear. The quality of qualification and experience hold the key in all these fringe specialties. Ask anyone who has appeared as an expert witness and they will confirm it is not for the lily livered. Advocates are skilled interigators and pounce on anything that would cause reasonable doubt. So the better qualified and well written you are the more credible your testimony becomes. In theory anyway.

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