Fees for allied health in Queensland will increase inline with Brisbane CPI (1.7 per cent). Click below for full details of the changes.
The new certificate, to be trialled for six months, is about capacity rather than limitations. Although physiotherapists are not able to complete the certificate right now, there is encouragement to provide feedback to the regulator.
A successful year was recently celebrated at the APA QLD branch dinner. The highlight of the evening was the awarding of the 17th APA Queensland Professional Excellence Awards. Click below to find the latest award recipients.
Lessons learned from the NDIS in New South Wales
Tendons focus of Queensland Breakfast
Quitting smoking in partnership with physiotherapy in Queensland
Nominations open for QLD Branch Awards
October promises a day (and night) for all members
Hear from a Rio physio in October
UQ works to Close the Gap with physiotherapy placements
Linking victims of violence to health services
An update on the smoking cessation clinical pathway initiative
Professional Excellence Award winners