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Free online course from Trinity College Dublin aims to improve health assessments for people with an intellectual disability

The Trinity Centre for Ageing and Intellectual Disability at Trinity College Dublin is launching another run of its Massive Online Open Course (MOOC), geared to healthcare professionals, care providers and others who work with peopleRead more

Living with Dementia

Living with Dementia – 51 Tips to Help You With Daily Living In this in-depth infographic and article we share with you a whole range of tips of advice to help those living with dementia,Read more

Footwear for Glasgow’s Homeless

  Margaryta Bazelchuk, a Level 3 BSc Podiatry student at Glasgow Caledonian, was the proud winner of the Cosyfeet Podiatry Award 2018. Her objective was to help one of the most vulnerable groups in society, whilstRead more

February is Raynaud’s Awareness Month

  ONE MINUTE ONLINE TEST COULD HELP MILLIONS WHO DON’T KNOW THEY HAVE RAYNAUD’S BUT SHOULD February is Raynaud’s Awareness Month, and Scleroderma & Raynaud’s UK (SRUK) – the UK’s only charity dedicated to improvingRead more

Could you win the £1000 Cosyfeet Podiatry Award?

Entries are now invited for the Cosyfeet Podiatry Award 2019. This £1000 award is open to any podiatrist or podiatry student who is planning voluntary work, a work placement or research, either in the UKRead more

The Foot Care Needs of Dementia Patients

Ying Peng, a Podiatrist from the Edinburgh area, was the proud winner of the Cosyfeet Podiatry Award 2017. The £1000 award funded Ying’s pioneering work with dementia patients. Here she reports on the project. EachRead more

Cardiff Met Podiatry Students Help Newport’s Homeless

A group of final year Podiatry students are offering their services at Eden Gate, a drop-in centre and charity for homeless people in Newport city centre, to help tackle the physical problems that arise fromRead more

NICE addendum on Type 2 diabetes: prevention in people at high risk (standing committee update of PH38)

This final addendum has now been published on the NICE website, this guideline covers how to identify adults at high risk of type 2 diabetes. It aims to remind practitioners that age is no barrier to being atRead more

small business advice

Update for HMRC

HMRC has launched the Small Business Online Forum for small businesses and the self-employed. With links to HMRC’s new dedicated webchat service, getting direct support couldn’t be easier. The forum offers a quick and easy way forRead more

HCPC Guidance on Social Media

HCPC Guidance on Social Media

  HCPC have created this document to provide guidance to registrants who use social media. It explains how to use social media in a way which meets our standards.     Benefits of social mediaRead more