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June 2002 Issue

June 2002

edit post Karen Taylor, CP (c) by The O&P EDGE June 1, 2002 Karen Taylor, CP(c) Miller Centre St. Johns, NF, Canada Question: How did you get involved in O&P?

From the Editor

We’re on our way! This, our second issue, explores some of the challenges of today’s O&P practice. Ethical issues pose more of a dilemma than ever before. Putting the patient

New Advisory Board Members

We appreciate the invaluable assistance and expertise of our Advisory Board members and look forward to working with them to bring our readers the best in comprehensive, cutting-edge information for

Ethics: What Comes First?

How do you balance contradictory demands and still arrive at an ethical decision? Ethics in O&P practice was the subject of a popular symposium during the recent Annual Meeting of

How To Keep Your Best Employees

One of the easiest ways to relieve yourself of the pressure of hiring is to decrease the occurrences of employee turnover. Turnover is costly and disruptive, and the resulting strain

Karen Taylor, CP (c)

Karen Taylor, CP(c) Miller Centre St. Johns, NF, Canada Question: How did you get involved in O&P? Answer: I blew out my knee at age 16 playing basketball. The doctors

Technician’s Corner

Attention Technicians: You now have a platform to share your technical expertise and get acquainted with your fellow technical associates across the country. Welcome to Shop Talk! Read on to

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