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  • Open a door to a career in podiatry The College is pleased to support the UK Health Careers advent calendar, which today (13th December) focuses on podiatry. 13 December 2018
  • Introducing PODMO20 PODMO20 is the new and simple tool that will enable podiatrists to record patient interventions and play their part in developing the evidence of the impact of podiatry. 05 December 2018
  • Announcing the new Global Podiatry Network Last month I wrote about our forthcoming International Symposium, and I wanted to follow up with a short report on the meeting and what was decided. 04 December 2018
  • 2018 Conference Highlights Watch our great two minute video round-up of the College of Podiatry annual conference 2018 in Bournemouth on 22-24 November. If you were there you may see yourself in the crowd, if you were unable to attend you can see what a great conference you missed! 28 November 2018
  • The #ISeeTheDifference campaign went to Skills London The I See The Difference campaign headed to the country's biggest careers fair with the goal of inspiring the next generations of podiatry students. 26 November 2018
  • Members vote in favour of April for Foot Health Month 2019 More than 1,200 members took part in our survey about Foot Health month 2019, and a one of the key questions asked in the survey was whether members wanted Foot Health Month in April or June from 2019 onwards. Read more. 20 November 2018
  • Crisis at Christmas Crisis mobilise a huge volunteer effort each Christmas to bring warmth, companionship and vital services to people at one of the hardest times of the year. Can you help? 20 November 2018
  • Council Elections 2019 An election to fill vacancies on the Council of The College of Podiatry will be held prior to the Annual General Meeting in 2019. If you would like to stand for election to Council, or wish to nominate a Fellow or Member of the Society for election to Council, find out more. 20 November 2018
  • Podiatric Surgery Training Programme You don't have to be intent on becoming a podiatric surgeon to extend your knowledge in this specialist field to enhance care for your patients and increase your knowledge of their many and varied foot pathologies. The two podiatric surgery Masters modules include the anatomy module and the radiology module, invaluable for everyday practice at extended scope level. Find out more. 19 November 2018
  • Benevolent fund: Supporting the podiatry community As Christmas approaches, we speak to the College Benevolent Fund administrator Helena Basarab-Horwath about hardship support available for members. 16 November 2018
  • Stop Pressure Ulcer Day The national group, Scottish Diabetes Foot Action Group (SDFAG), which is supported by the Scottish Diabetes Group and the Scottish Government has several strands of work in progress which aim to prevent and reduce the incidence of foot disease and amputations in people with diabetes. 15 November 2018
  • College of Podiatry announce new partnership with Scholl The College of Podiatry is teaming up with respected footcare brand Scholl for a new partnership that will raise awareness of foot health with the UK public, pharmacists and health professionals. 15 November 2018
  • World Diabetes Day 2018 It's World Diabetes Day on Wednesday 14th and we'll be raising awareness of the impact of diabetes and how important Podiatry is for reducing complication for patients. Look out for the College of Podiatry in the media and over social media channels #WDD 13 November 2018
  • My week as 'the face of the NHS' by Krishna Gohil Diabetes Specialist Podiatrist Krishna Gohil recently took over the reins of the @NHS Twitter account. This was the first time a podiatrist had done this and, as Krishna says, it opened a lot of people's eyes to the important and varied work that podiatrists perform. 13 November 2018
  • Scottish One Day Conference 2019 The College of Podiatry Scottish One Day Conference is being hosted by the Glasgow Branch in May 2019. 05 November 2018
  • Medicines update: Pregabalin and gabapentin re-classified as Controlled drugs The Government has recently confirmed that Pregabalin and gabapentin will be re-classified as Class-C drugs under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 and will be added to schedule 3 of the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 2001. Further information. 05 November 2018
  • Join in the I See The Difference social media campaign Join in the I See The Difference campaign by downloading images of real students and qualified AHPs and sharing in your Twitter, Facebook or Instagram feeds. Or create your own messages about how you make a difference every day. Download these images. 01 November 2018
  • Creating an ACP network of peers Over the past 18 months The College has been working with other groups to explore the potential for podiatry to become more involved in Advanced Clinical Practice roles. We are now looking to create a network for podiatrists working as advanced clinical practitioners (ACPs), and those working towards this. This is our vision. 01 November 2018
  • Budget 2018: Small retailers to receive a cut in business rates Yesterday's budget delivered some welcome news for independent Podiatrists with small practices, with an announcement that the chancellor is to cut business rate bills for small retailers by around a third. 30 October 2018
  • Partnership gives voice to people with foot health needs A new Foot Health research project will seek to identify the unanswered questions about diagnosis, treatment and prevention of foot health problems in the UK, arriving at a top ten of research priorities later next year. The project is on behalf of the Dr William M Scholl endowment fund and led by The James Lind Alliance and the University of Salford. 23 October 2018
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