019 - Dr Paul Butterworth Education & Creativity In Podiatry

Dr Paul Butterworth is a Podiatric Surgeon and the Course Coordinator for the School of Podiatry at Southern Cross University, Gold Coast Campus, and we both agree that podiatrists are creative people. 

All you need to do is stop once in a while, look around, and take notice of some the fantastic things podiatrists are doing in our profession. 

On this episode we discuss:

  • Why lecturing is rewarding.
  • The creative side of podiatry.
  • We are educating students to think outside the box.

"We have rules we must follow, but it doesn't mean you cannot be creative". 

  • The enjoyment of writing papers.
  • His PhD - Obesity & Foot Pain.

"Podiatry is about keeping people mobile".

  • There's a lot of financial security in Podiatry
  • The importance of taking responsibility to educate yourself. 
  • SCU - Transition To Professional Practice and Small Business & Entrepreneurship education units. 
  • PIVOT - Paul has become a Novelist and the reason he wants to pursue a writing career. 

"It's important to keep your goal in mind and not give up".

If you have any questions about this episode, please email me at email/tf)(tysonfranklin.comor you can connect with Dr Paul Butterworth via the Southern Cross University, Gold Coast Campus website.  

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If you enjoyed this episode you might also enjoy:  

Ep 004: Simon Bartold Developing A Career In Biomechanics & Footwear 

Ep 003: Peter Wishnie Discusses Goals & Practice Management 

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