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Dynamic professional boundaries in the healthcare workforce.
The healthcare professions have never been static in terms of their own disciplinary boundaries, nor in their role or status in society. Healthcare provision has been defined by changing societalExpand
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Interprofessional education in health and social care: fashion or informed practice?
This paper presents a critical review of literature on interprofessional education in the continuum of professional development in health and social care. In particular it explores the range andExpand
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Non- medical prescribing in Australasia and the UK: the case of podiatry
BackgroundThe last decade has witnessed a rapid transformation in the role boundaries of the allied health professions, enabled through the creation of new roles and the expansion of existing,Expand
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Perspectives on podiatric biomechanics: Foucault and the professional project
The relatively recent emergence of podiatric biomechanics in the UK as a therapeutic practice underpinned by rational, scientific principles and applied with indeterminate skill may be viewed eitherExpand
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Strange new world: applying a Bourdieuian lens to understanding early student experiences in higher education
Occupational therapy pre‐registration education stands at the intersection of the fields of health and social care and higher education. UK Government agendas in both fields have seen an increase inExpand
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Contested professional role boundaries in health care: a systematic review of the literature
BackgroundAcross the Western world, demographic changes have led to healthcare policy trends in the direction of role flexibility, challenging established role boundaries and professionalExpand
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Challenging Medicine: The Case of Podiatric Surgery
This paper examines the establishment of National Health Service (NHS) podiatric surgery as a challenge to the dominance of medicine and its control over the provision of foot surgical services. TheExpand
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Charismatic authority in modern healthcare: the case of the 'diabetes specialist podiatrist'.
Professional specialisation is broadly considered to result from increased complexity in professional knowledge and to be linked to specialist education, formalised credentials and registration.Expand
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Expert Group Criteria for the recognition of healthy footwear
Footwear is likely to be regarded as an important consideration in the clinical management of many foot disorders, and the development of key criteria for the assessment of footwear by experts fromExpand
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