alexa Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists

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Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists

The SCP of the organisation is the College of Podiatry which was established in 2012. The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists (SCP) are the Professional Body and a trade union for registered chiropodists and podiatrists in the UK.The union originated in 1912 as the Society of Chiropodists, the first government of chiropodists in Europe. In 1916, it was retitled the merged Society of Chiropodists, and in 1919, it formed examinations for potential new members. Several rival institutes emerged: the Northern Association of the Chelsea Chiropodists Association, Chiropodists, and the American Association of Chiropodists. These merged with the Incorporated Society in 1945, the new body once more attractive the name Society of Chiropodists. It was acknowledged as a negotiating body by the National Health Service in 1948, but did not schedule as a trade union until 1978. In 1993, it took its present name, recognising the membership of podiatrists, and in 1997, it joined to the Trades Union Congress. In 1998, the Association of Podiatry Association and the Chief Chiropody Officers both merged with the society. The Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists is a foremost skilled body for HPC listed chiropodists and podiatrists in the United Kingdom. The Foot Health section of their website includes provides a free list of private practice podiatrists in the UK and patient information on common foot problems. Commission appropriate research to support the advancement of the - podiatric practice and improve outcomes for patients and play a leading role in the international academy of podiatric medical educators, and contribute to creating an active global membership and strong and. endeavour to ensure sufficient podiatrists are educated both clinically and intellectually to meet the podiatric needs of the population in all sectors of practice, offer accessible advice on foot health for the general population, applying all forms of media. It has developed effective collaborative and partnership activities with other - organisations, professions and advocacy bodies. The benefits from a motivated and highly qualified secretariat who will have taken responsibility to lead in their area of responsibility, through the activities of the College and Society

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