Cliff ran a workshop at Charles Sturt University in Albury in November last year entitled ‘Advanced clinical evaluation of pedal ischaemia’ for 18 of his Podiatry colleagues. Cliff ushered delegates through learning new techniques with the latest equipment on actual peripheral vascular disease patients.
In May this year he will be working for Briggate Medical Company as a consultant at the National Biannual Podiatry Conference held in the Gold Coast Convention Centre. Here he will be using this company’s equipment to do ‘mini’ workshops with colleagues and delegates. His aim at the conference is to expose all delegates in a ‘hands on’ way to his findings of his Winston Churchill Fellowship completed in 2002.
Cliff also does Medico-legal reports for personal injury insurance cases and can assume the role as an expert witness in cases of injury and pathology in the foot and related lower limb biomechanical competencies and ‘life long’ prognosis, especially those aspects that have impacts on a patient’s musculoskeletal abilities.