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Hi from portugal

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by anDRe, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. anDRe

    anDRe Active Member


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    Hello everyone my name is andre and im a podiatris from portugal.
    I hope that we can all work toguether and help one and other for a better podiatry.
    I can whait to hear and talckwhid you all
     
  2. carolethecatlover

    carolethecatlover Active Member

    Would love to work in Portugal! am student in Australia. Can you give me a placement in the next 18 months? Carole
     
  3. anDRe

    anDRe Active Member

    Hello Carol
    I find fantastic that you want to work in Portugal but currently podiatry can only be praticed in the private sector. But in 18 months speaks with me that I will see what i can arrange for you ;)
     
  4. carolethecatlover

    carolethecatlover Active Member

    Private is fine. You have to supervise my work for 4 weeks. You have to write what I did and if I did it well. I work for free! (I am good at fixing orthotics.) I practice my bad Portuguse, and see my friends in Lagos, and you get lessons in English! Carole
     
  5. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Hi anDRe,

    :welcome: to Podiatry Arena.

    :D

    Many regards,

    Mandy.
     
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