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Join us at the ACT Forum
Join us for the annual ACT Forum—the premier event for physios and their industry colleagues.
Our keynote speaker should not be missed:
Dr David Hughes, Chief Medical Officer from the Australian Institute of Sport
David is a Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician and Chief Medical Officer at the Australian Institute of Sport. He was Medical Director of the Australian Olympic Team for Rio 2016. Prior to the AIS, David worked in private practice in Canberra and London. He was also the team physician for a range of professional teams in Super Rugby, NRL and the English Premier League Football. David has served on a range of organisational boards, including being President of the Australasian College of Sports and Exercise Physicians from 2010-2012.
Logistical and ethical challenges for anti-doping systems in sport
Global anti-doping systems are complex and efforts to eliminate doping from sport are fraught with challenges. These include conflicts of interest involving stakeholder bodies, flawed governance structures within anti-doping organisations and a constantly changing array of doping agents.
Protecting the safety and welfare of athletes and attempting to provide a ‘clean’ environment in which athletes compete comes at a cost for the athlete. The anti-doping system places impositions on the athlete that many in society would not tolerate. This presentation will address some of the logistical and ethical challenges ingrained in current anti-doping.
ownload the flyer
Thursday 23 November 2017
The National Press Club of Australia
16 National Circuit
Barton ACT 2600
6.30pm for drinks and cocktail food
7.00pm start concluding at 9.00pm
APA member $45.00
Student member: $25.00
You can contact the NSW/ACT Branch with any questions:
p: 02 8748 1507
ACT Research Symposium
The ACT Branch Symposium Committee extends a warm invitation to all APA members, physiotherapists and associated colleagues to attend the 2016 Research Symposium. Join us for a day of sharing new research from around Australia.
Physical activity workshop to get patients moving
A workshop on Australia’s physical activity guidelines is intended to get the profession on the same page when it comes to encouraging patients to be active.
Musculoskeletal group reboot
After a gap of more than 10 years, the Musculoskeletal group ACT chapter has a new and very enthusiastic committee.
Teaching physiotherapy in Myanmar
In June this year, ACT Branch President Diana Perriman, APAM, went on an unforgettable trip, leading a two-day workshop in Yangon, Myanmar.