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Don't miss free lectures

The APA Tasmania branch is excited to announce that a planned series of lecture evenings will be held in Hobart and Launceston. Commencing in late June, the series is made up of a number of clinical presentations.

While organisers are still finalising details for the first lecture, topic suggestions that have been put forward include hand therapy, oncology, pain, paediatrics, and the NDIS.

If you have suggestions for topics and/or local presenters, forward your ideas to tas.branch@physiotherapy.asn.au.

The lectures, which will be held throughout the week beginning later this month, will be free for APA members. Visit the APA website for further updates: physiotherapy.asn.au/events.

 

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