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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by kimharman, Nov 16, 2005.

  1. kimharman

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    Hello one and all I am new to this site and an NHS podiatrist working full time in England and just started my professional doctorate - my work is in diabetes and I guess that is where my reserach will be when I can decide what will keep me motivated and interested for that long - my MSc was in attitudes of people with type 2 diabetes to patient autonomy. need for special staff training, serousness of disease, value of tight control, and psychsocial impact of DM.
     
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