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New perspectives on connective tissue

The annual APA Dinner is here again. This year, Associate Professors Dale Edgar (The University of Notre Dame) and Peter Malliaras (Monash University) will investigate something physiotherapists deal with every day: connective tissue.

Hear about current research from Peter and the latest advances in burns management from Dale, as you gain new perspectives on connective tissue.

Register yourself or get your team together and book a table. Invite a GP and build your networks.

Four door prizes to be won, including Asics shoes and Skins vouchers.

20 October 2016
7.00 pm–10.00 pm
Royal Perth Golf Club, South Perth
Members: $88   Rural: $78
Non-member: $100

CPD: 3.5 points


Sponsored by Asics and Skins


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