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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Misspiggysdimples, Sep 25, 2021.

  1. Misspiggysdimples

    Misspiggysdimples Welcome New Poster


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    Hi to all, I am a registered nurse by background of over 26 years and I have thought about a change in career direction into podiatry, for at least the last ten years. I have now enrolled in Uni, a fully fledged student again and can not wait to start my studies. I suppose you could say I am just literally finding my feet pardon the pun ! So looking forward to getting to know more people in this field and I am excited to finally be learning in this field of expertise, as the more I read the less I feel I know. Look forward to future discussions.
     
  2. Good luck Miss Piggy, you will be in demand. I am a Registered Nurse in New Zealand and have worked as a Foot Care Nurse for more than 25 years in Independent Practice. Foot Care Canada has existed for at least this long, and has an education department and great resources for Foot Care Nurses.
     
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