Pediatric foot problems are a distinct class of care and diagnosis, but parents often think that these conditions are a matter of growth that will eventually resolve," says Michelle Butterworth, DPM, FACFAS, a South Carolina foot and ankle surgeon and Fellow Member and past President of ACFAS
says flip-flops' thin soles don't provide enough support for feet.
Litterature pour la jeunesse: les representations de l'enfant, Montreal, Acfas
, 2005, 15 p.
Communication presentee au Congres ACFAS
, Universite Laval, Quebec, mai 2002b.
Communication au colloque << Dix ans d'analyses et d'interventions feministes en region: bilan et prospectives >>, ACFAS
, 21 Mai 2003, Universite du Quebec a Rimouski.
The human foot is a biological masterpiece that amazingly endures the stresses of daily activity," says Marybeth Crane, a spokesperson for the ACFAS
and a foot and ankle surgeon in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Tex.
Her talk for ACFAS
was entitled "Parole humaine, parole divine: Quelques meditations sur Henriette Feller et le rayonnement du protestantisme francais au Quebec.
At the 1996 meeting of ACFAS
held at McGill in Montreal, a session on Ontario writing allowed academics to debate the merits of this "new literature.
Les Batisseuses de la Cite, Montreal, ACFAS
, 1992, 87-96.
For all of these reasons, in 2002, although his career had just begun, ACFAS
(Association francophone pour le savoir) awarded him the Michel Jurdant prize, in recognition of his contribution to environmental science.
Communication au Colloque La regionalisation de l'immigration au Quebec, ACFAS
, Rimouski, 2003.
Paper presented at the ACFAS
Conference, Quebec City, Universite Laval.