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Essential funding for healthcare paves way for improved patient care

The Federal Government has committed to quality health care reform with the release of the 2023-24 Federal Budget last night, through measures that enable multidisciplinary care, invest in more Urgent Care Clinics and provide a much-needed boost to Medicare.
  • 23 Sep, 2023

Publicly funded First Contact Physiotherapy

Advocacy factsheet by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

March 2023

  • 23 Sep, 2023

Strengthening access to physiotherapy – NSW 2023 Election

Statement by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

February 2023

  • 23 Sep, 2023

Federal Pre-Budget Submission 2023-2024 | Physiotherapy: high-value care for all.

Submission by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

January 2023

  • 23 Sep, 2023

Public Consultation: A Migration System for Australia’s Future

Submission by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

December 2022

  • 23 Sep, 2023

Employment White Paper

Submission by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

December 2022

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Physiotherapists offer solutions to ease pressure on Victorian health system as new COVID wave breaks

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) has written to the major parties ahead of this month’s Victorian state election with a solutions paper that outlines the potential of physiotherapists to alleviate pressure on the health system, and better support Victorians managing long COVID.

APA President Scott Willis says long wait times, fragmented services and affordability factors significantly impact access to essential care for a number of high-priority groups within the state.

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Federal Budget lays foundations to deliver high-value care

The first Federal Budget delivered this week by the Labor Government puts the right economic outcome above a political one and sets Australia back on a path to reforming the health system.

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Physiotherapy needed to fix healthcare crisis

Bringing physiotherapists into Urgent Care Clinics and funding First Contact Physiotherapy (FCP) will help alleviate the healthcare crisis and reduce pressure on GPs and emergency departments.
  • 23 Sep, 2023

Statement from the Australian Physiotherapy Association on Long Covid

Position Statement by the Australian Physiotherapy Association

July 2022