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Thanks Ian, this information is highly ideal for MSc students studying for the theory of podiatric surgery, especially for research methods 1 & 2 and the dissertation. I hope students will find it very usefull.
I agree with you that these skills are essential for masters level study and beyond, but would add that there is not a single undergrad or practising clinician that would not benefit from a basic knowledge base of research methods and critical analysis also.
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