Personal Footcare Guidance

The overall aim of the personal footcare guidance is to improve the way in which personal footcare is supported and delivered through the implementation of good practice guidance.

7: Acknowledgements

This guidance and the educational resources have been developed in partnership by a national working group. The group includes representation from the following: Association of Directors of Social Work (ADSW), Age Scotland, Care Inspectorate, Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA), NHS Education Scotland, NHS Podiatry Services, Scottish Care, Scottish Diabetes Foot Action Group, Scottish Government, Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists and the Podiatry Private Practice Forum Scotland. With acknowledgement to all partners and participants for their involvement and contributions to this work.

With particular thanks also to NHS Education Scotland Knowledge Service Group, NHS Fife podiatry staff, colleagues from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, film participants, residents and staff of Meldrum Gardens Care Home, South Lanarkshire Council and to staff and students from the Centre of Performing Arts, Reid Kerr College in Paisley who supported the development and production of the educational resources.


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