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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by JD, Mar 23, 2010.

  1. JD

    JD Member


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    Hi, all.

    I'm JD and I will be undertaking a Podiatry Degree at UEL, London in September 2010.

    As a mature adult, at present I am studying an Access Course - to refresh my study skills. On this note, I have a presentation to prepare for on the Pressure Points on the Feet and The Effects of Wearing High Heels on the Lower Leg and Feet. If anybody has any good site that I can visit please let me know.

    Nice to join you...

    JD
     
  2. Griff

    Griff Moderator

    JD,

    I'd avoid getting any information for your studies from 'good sites' on the internet - journal articles need to be your new best friend!

    I've attached one to get you started.

    Best of luck with it all

    Ian
     

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  3. I agree with Ian on the journals JD.

    But the reason for the post is :welcome::welcome: to Podiatry arena, it also should become one of your nearest and dearest in the Podiatry world.

    Good luck with the studies
     
  4. JD

    JD Member

    Re: Many thanks

    Hi, Ian

    Many thanks for the advice. I will definitely make Pod Journals my new best friend! (Any you, of course!)

    JD
     
  5. JD

    JD Member

    Re: Thanks

    Thanks, and thanks for making me feel welcome. JD:
     
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