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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Feet1972, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. Feet1972

    Feet1972 Welcome New Poster

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    Hi Everybody

    My name is Dan and I am a first Pod at Southampton University England.

    I wanted to introduce myself and say hello to everybody

    Speak soon

  2. snowgirl

    snowgirl Member

    Hello Dan

    Welcome to the forum. Good luck with your studies.

    kind regards.
  3. Feet1972

    Feet1972 Welcome New Poster

    Re: Hi Snowgirl

    Hi Snowgirl

    Thank you for your reply. Do you work in private practice or NHS? I am just interested as I cannot decide which route to take when I quailfy

    Kind regards

  4. blinda

    blinda MVP

    Hi Dan,

    :welcome: to the Arena, You`ll find it an invaluable source of info during and after your studies.

    I graduated from Soton in 2007. After a year of working in the NHS, I am now a full time private practitioner. I would certainly recommend doing at least a year in the public sector, for all the reasons outlined in the thread `Should 12 months NHS be mandatory`

    You are welcome to come and have a chat and nose around my clinic, if you want.

  5. Feet1972

    Feet1972 Welcome New Poster

    Re: Hey Bel

    Hey good morning Bel

    Thanks for your reply. I would love to come and see your practice that would be great. Do you have a website? I am a mature student decided to take the plunge of returning to University. I totally love it the course everything. I am very happy.

    I had my own business for 11 yrs doing something completely different. I am lucky as before I started Uni I worked in a private practice for three months where I was very fortunate to do nail cutting, autoclaving, assisting in nail surgery. It was brilliant.

    Kind regards

  6. blinda

    blinda MVP

  7. footdrcb

    footdrcb Active Member

    Gday Dan . Welcome mate

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