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Physio Matters July out now

Posted by Physiotherapy New Zealand on 14 July 2015 | 0 Comments Tags: ,

Physio Matters July is out now and this month's topic is Better selling the physiotherapy profession. Below are some of the articles featured in the magazine: 

Better selling the physiotherapy profession

This month the feature article for Physio Matters is all about better selling the physiotherapy profession. Kirstin Mills talks to Designworks brand strategist Tom Warden and Private Practice Advisory Group chairperson Grant Chittock, to identify what could potentially be letting physiotherapy business down. Read it here

Business Symposium review

1 day. 95 attendees. 7 Speakers. The first Physiotherapy New Zealand Business Symposoum was held on 13 June 2015 and it was a success all round. Read it here

The Vulnerable Children Act and Healthy Conversations

In Sue Doesburg's first column as Professional Advisor, she covers topics ranging from Health Conversations to Physiotherapy as Health Providers. She also gives some insight to what the changes to the Vulnerable Children’s (Requirements for Safety Checks of Children’s Workers) Regulations for 2015 mean for you and what to expect over the coming year.  Read it here

Physio Matters July has all of our usual columns and also features;
- An AGM update
- Support for Rehabilitation of Injured Nepalese through Physiotherapy
- Translating Research to Practice – Putting “what works” to work
- Obituary for Arthur Ayson (Ace) Neame
- Physiotherapy New Zealand Ethics and Professional Standards Committee

We would love to hear your thoughts, ideas, or any feedback you have about Physio Matters please tell us.


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