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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Julia Bench, Mar 10, 2010.

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  1. Julia Bench

    Julia Bench Welcome New Poster


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    Hi,
    I've just started my first job as a Podiatrist as a new graduate. Steep learning curve but getting there. They didn't teach us at college how to actually get the patient on your side so that you keep seeing them again and again. Theory is fine but reality is we have to also make a living out there and this should be emphasized more in the degree I think - any comments.
     
  2. Welcome Julia

    :welcome::welcome:

    Congrates on the new job.
    The only way to get those patient to come back again and again and send the friends is to be really good at what you do. So take your time with your patients until you get more confident and read lots on Podiatry arena

    Good luck
     
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