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Our new Registrar – James Dunne

We talk with our new Registrar – James – about his background and what drew him to work for the Board.

HRNZ Award Celebrates Rangatahi Programme

Alexis holding HRNZ award “I was up against two big organisations – Ministry of Justice and Fonterra for the award – so had convinced myself I was there that night to enjoy the food and drinks and totally blubbered through my speech I didn’t think I was going to have to make.” (more…)

April newsletter

Our April newsletter has been emailed to all registered physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

Physiotherapy Board Performance Review

Responsible Authorities, such as the Physiotherapy Board are required to undertake periodic performance reviews as mandated under section 122A of the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (HPCAA) 2003. (more…)

Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order – vaccine list

The COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021 has been amended to expand the recognised list of COVID-19 vaccines under Schedule 3.  These changes will come into force at 11.59pm, 25 March 2022. (more…)

Obituary – Kelly Rosie (Douglas)

Physiotherapist Jill Depledge has written an obituary commemorating her fellow physiotherapist and friend Kelly Rosie. (more…)

The Year That Was – A Snapshot of 2020/2021

The past year has seen the unfortunate continuation of COVID.  Whilst there was some let up – along came the emergence of Omicron that sent us into a whole new phase.  Health Orders came thick and fast, we read these, interpreted them and did our best to communicate them.

Needless to say – the impact was, and continues to be, difficult for many.

Below is a snapshot of some key activity of the last year that may be of interest. More details will come out with our Annual Report. (more…)

February newsletter

You can access it online by clicking here.

Ministry of Health Phase 3 Webinar

The Ministry has release the webinar outlining Omicron Phase 3 for Health Professionals. (more…)

New Specialist – Neil Tucker

Neil is a Sports Physiotherapist from Ōtautahi. He says seeing sports people push the boundaries of what is possible and reach their goals is what he loves about being a Sports Physiotherapist. He believes that Physiotherapy can building competencies in athletes that underpin both performance and well-being. (more…)

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