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Podiatry Turkey

Discussion in 'Podiatry Arena Help, Suggestions and Comments' started by paturkey, Dec 20, 2015.

  1. paturkey

    paturkey Welcome New Poster


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    İ think new category should add in Country Specific Issues. Because Turkey has podiatrists. Podiatry program is only in 3 universities. But İt will be more in a short time. here is our first Podiatry's blog :)

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  2. Ina

    Ina Active Member

    It would be really interesting to know how the things are done and viewed in different countries, but I guess in order to add a new country forum here they need at least several forum participants from Turkey who are willing to discuss on this platform podiatry topics in the Turkish context. For the moment being, as far as I can see, foot care related professions from other than English-speaking countries are generally shy away from regular participation, even from habitually English-speaking countries from Northern and Central Europe.

    I wonder what kind of orthotics textbooks do you have there in Turkey since this is a new specialty. Were they written by Turkish orthopaedic technicians or do you have to consult textbooks from the countries where podiatry is a long-established area of medical practice?
     
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