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Physiotherapy Board Media Release – 18 October, 2018

The Physiotherapy Board has today accredited Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec) and the Wintec degree qualifications of Bachelor of Physiotherapy and Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours).

This accreditation marks the first new school of physiotherapy and new degree programme in 45 years.

Over the last five years the Board has been working to improve its systems and processes. Our newly released Improvements and Complaints Publication outlines some of the improvements made and the drivers for this change. You can download your copy here.

Our August newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

Our August newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

We're celebrating World Physiotherapy Day with a piece from our Chair Janice Mueller about the benefits of physiotherapy to mental health

Today is World Physiotherapy Day, and an opportunity to raise awareness about the contribution the physiotherapy profession makes to the health and wellbeing of our community.

Our June newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

Like many physiotherapists Tainafi Lefono first got interested in the profession through sport. A First generation Samoan-New Zealander and a talented rugby player, he headed to Otago in 2006 to study health sciences.

Physiotherapy Board Media Release - 5 May, 2018

The Physiotherapy Board has today launched the first ever comprehensive set of standards for the profession in New Zealand.

Our April newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

Ask our Professional Advisor Cheryl Hefford what the most memorable moment of her career has been and her words just flow.

Our February newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

Our December newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini – it means strength does not come from the individual but also from others – collaboration can bring the best results”.

Our September newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

Our August newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

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