The WA Branch wrote to the director general of WA Health requesting he reconsider the decision to re-classify the chief health professions officer role. Follow the link to read the letter and the director general's response.
The West Australian branch of National Disability Services hosted the Clinical and Allied Health Workforce Forum on 23 May to discuss allied health workforce readiness for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
A big congratulations to those who received a WA Branch Award on the weekend for their outstanding contribution to the physiotherapy profession. Click below for the full list of awards and recipients.
The 2018 WA Symposium—attended by over 120 physiotherapists—was a great day filled with discussion, learning and networking. Read on to find out more about what the day entailed.
New or recent graduates who are a part of the APA WA Branch and are presenting their research findings at a relevant conference based on their honors or thesis project, are eligible to apply for funds through Marcus J Rosen Fund.
WA Symposium full of choice speakers
Burns and trauma course in WA
Shaping the future of health
Managing back pain in rowers: local research
Physio part of winning team in entrepreneurship competition
Introducing our new fellows
What's on the horizon for physiotherapy?
WA Branch Dinner explores connective tissue injuries