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Social aspect of Podiatry

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by scica008, Mar 20, 2010.

  1. scica008

    scica008 Welcome New Poster


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    Hi

    I am a state registered podiatrist from Malta currently reading a PhD. As my main area of study I will be investigating the ‘meaning and importance of foot care to Maltese older adults’. Amongst other things I will be looking at the’ Social aspect of Podiatry’. – and will attempt to answer questions like – why do persons come to us – is it just a pain relieving exercise or is there more to it.
    Can you help please – any information will be highly appreciated as the paucity of literature found on the ‘social aspect of podiatry’ is really frustrating.

    Thanks
     
  2. Griff

    Griff Moderator

  3. scica008

    scica008 Welcome New Poster

    Dear Ian

    Thanks for your help - can you please forward me the JAPMA article as I do nort have access - thanks
    my e-mail is andrew.p.scicluna@um.edu.mt

    The article of Dr Mairghread is great - thanks for the suggestion

    Thanks again

    Andrew
     
  4. Griff

    Griff Moderator

    Andrew,

    JAPMA online doesn't go back that far I'm afraid - you'll probably have to order that one as a special request from your university library

    Ian
     
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