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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?

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

Long-Term Entry Level Education

When the original mandate of the NRC-NAS Program had been successfully achieved, General Strong, a man of unique stature, competencies, and leadership qualities, retired in 1959. 3 After some 12

Ethics: What Choices Do I Make?

Are you a good person? Most people would say, ‘Yes,’ since we like to think of ourselves as good people. But do we always make sound ethical decisions? In a

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

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