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My name is Stephanie and I am returning to Podiatry in Australia after a 6 year break from Practicing due to family reasons. Things have changed quite a bit, including the discovery of an oline Poditary world which I didn't know about when I was working!
I am embarking on study to hopefully pass my competency exam in August, then will begive supervised work once again, so will be spending alot of time here freshening up I suspect.
Look forward to meeting you all, have a good day,
Hi there! Just saying hello as I'm in the same situation. I've had a break for 8 years and have to do 60 days to return to practce. I'm about 3/4 of the way through! I've spent a month at my old Uni, shadowed local pods, been to conferences and studying. The more I go through the process the more confident and up to date I feel. Good luck with everything and hope it all works out.