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Level 3 COVID-19 patient outcome research released

In March 2021, 1,900 Auckland practising physiotherapists were invited by the Board to be part of a survey on the impact on Level 3 COVID-19 restrictions on patients. (more…)

Ngā Manukura O Āpōpō Clinical Leadership – scholarship applications open

Due to the success of the programme to date, Ngā Manukura o Āpōpō Clinical Leadership Programme is providing training for an additional cohort of students this year. The Board is offering two scholarship positions for this cohort and applications are now open. (more…)

The international COVID-19 crisis

COVID-19 has struck many nations deeply and we know that the increasing crisis in India and elsewhere is echoing through our communities and our profession. On behalf of the Board and the staff we offer our aroha and thoughts to all of the members of the Physiotherapy community in Aotearoa who have friends, whanau, and family abroad and at risk.

Kia tiaki o te iwi whānui – Board presentation


COVID update – March 1, 2021

We are confident that the whole of the country knows the latest update that:

Auckland has moved to COVID-19 alert level 3, and the rest of NZ to level 2, for seven days from 6am on Sunday 28 February.

The guidance for Level 3 is here

The guidance for Level 2 is here

The Board Telehealth Standard is here

The Government financial support link is here


COVID-19 Update 22 February 2021

Today our Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, announced that the Auckland region will join the rest of New Zealand at Alert Level 1 from 11.59pm Monday 22 February.
This is fantastic news and our sincere thanks to all the Auckland physiotherapists. (more…)

Reappointment of Chair and Deputy Chair

The Physiotherapy Board has reappointed Janice Mueller as Board Chairperson and David Baxter as Board Deputy Chairperson.

COVID-19 Vaccine and Immunisation Programme Update

The Ministry of Health has issued an update on the vaccine programme. You can read it here.

COVID update – February 18, 2021

On 17 February 2021, Jacinda Ardern, our Prime Minister announced that from 11.59pm Wednesday 17 February:

Auckland will move to COVID-19 alert level 2 (with the exception of students and school community of Papatoetoe High School who are required to remain in self-isolation until a negative COVID-19 test result)
COVID-19 Alert level 2 Board/PNZ Guidelines are here.

The rest of New Zealand will move to COVID alert level 1 
COVID-19 Alert level 1 Board/PNZ Guidelines are here. 


February newsletter

Our February newsletter has been emailed to all registered physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

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