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Podiatry Research: Dying or Thriving?

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Craig Payne, Oct 30, 2004.

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  1. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    Podiatry Online has a somewhat interesting story ...

    Somewhat intresting is its ignores of all the research done by Podiatry schools around the rest of the world where most of it is done :(

    What say you??
     
  2. bob

    bob Active Member

    Worldwide Podiatry Research

    It's a shame the article seems to be written by Dr David Armstrong who was a visiting lecturer at Manchester University (UK) not so long ago. Weren't there any links with the Salford school who seem to be quite well known in podiatric research? I guess like most things in America, it's an insular piece of work. Which comedian said he agreed with the war in Iraq (and other foreign conflict) because it's the only way Americans get to know where foreign lands are? On the positive side, the researchers spawned from this initiative are going to have to reference their work, so you (Craig) will probably get cited by them, and maybe start up some much needed collaborations. Could be very good.
    Best of luck with it all you bunch of seppos,
    Bob
    (I realise irony/sarcasm are hard to express on a forum posting and some countries have different humour, but I ensure you that the above is mainly written with my tongue in my cheek and I don't seek to cause offence) ;)
     
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