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The Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal has published its decision following a hearing on 23 May 2017 concerning a charge laid by a Professional Conduct Committee appointed by the Physiotherapy Board against Peter Chum, a registered physiotherapist.

Our July newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

Our June newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

Our May newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

The Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal has published its decision following a hearing on 29 – 30 June 2016 concerning a charge laid by a Professional Conduct Committee appointed by the Physiotherapy Board against Mr N1, a registered physiotherapist.

The Board is holding an invitees-only symposium to share important information and gather feedback on its standards and draft Code of Ethics.


Margie Olds

The Physiotherapy Board is pleased to announce the registration of Margie Olds as a Physiotherapy Specialist, working in the area of shoulder diagnosis and rehabilitation.

Our March newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

The Online Renewal dashboard http://www.physioboard.org.nz/dashboard is now open for you to login and update your status for the 2017/2018 practising year and to complete the Annual Workforce Survey. 

 

Our December newsletter has been emailed to all Registered Physiotherapists.

You can access it online by clicking here.

It is that time of year when we take a pre-festive season breath and reflect on the year we have had. The past 12 months have been busy, with some major areas of our work undergoing review and development:

Complaints are a fundamental right of healthcare in New Zealand. Receiving a complaint is unsettling, but this is a normal part of working with patients – and an efficient and robust complaints process can help both your patients and your practice.

The recent changes to the Specialist scope of practice: Physiotherapy Specialist have now been implemented. In practical terms this means the application process has changed, and details can be seen on our Specialisation page.

Our fees for the 2017/18 practicing year have been published by the NZ Gazette, and can be viewed online.

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