Congratulations to all WA Branch Award recipients. These awards are presented to members who have made an outstanding contribution to physiotherapy in categories such as research, education and the community.
Over the last few years the APA has recognised that it must start to do more with regards to Reconciliation. As part of this process and linking with our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) the WA Branch was involved for the first time in the Sorry Day Commemoration.
‘Perspectives of connective tissue’ was the topic that drew a crowd to Royal Perth Golf Club for this year’s
WA Branch dinner on 20 October. Tim Barnwell, APA Sports Physiotherapist, provides a recap.
The APA and two willing volunteers, Diane Mavor, APAM, and Norma Lee, APAM, took the opportunity to showcase the benefits of physiotherapy at the Ride2Work Day breakfast on 12 October 2016.
The MJ Rosen Fund grants have been set up to encourage research in WA by new and recent graduates. This year we congratulate four members for their successful applications.
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