This lecture will cover the key biomechanical requirements of the golf swing, how musculoskeletal factors relate to biomechanics, key musculoskeletal injuries experienced by golfers and case study discussion.
New Health Professional Award changes will come into effect July 1, 2019.
Are you aware of what these changes will mean for your practice?
Rod Reid, from EMA Consulting will go through these changes as well as key points about the Award. Rod will also cover staff HR issues such as how to terminate an employee and other difficult scenarios. This Business Group session will be run as a lecture but there will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions later.
Drinks and nibbles will be provided from 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
NDIS Outcomes and Outcome Reports - What therapists should provide
Education session for therapists working with NDIS participants to better understand what NDIA expectations around Outcomes Reports and how to best use funded therapy time to develop these.
- Overview of the basic requirements of therapy outcomes report provided to NDIA
- Purpose of outcomes report and how they are used with in the NDIA
- What sort of outcome measures are ideal to report on. How should therapists plan their therapy time to best measure and collect this data?
- Tips for language and presenting relevant information within report (writing style / jargon vs lay terms)
- Details within reports background information, assessment and intervention detail, barriers, risks and factors causing delays.
- Recommendations for future: how much detail and how specific these need to be e.g. amount of hours and NDIS support category / line items
- Things that are included in outcomes reports frequently that NDIA does not need to be reported on.
Introduction to Oncology
This lecture will provide a fundamental understanding of oncology based physiotherapy and outline key practice principles for physiotherapists caring for patients throughout their cancer journeys.
Presenter: Emily Alexander
This is the recording of a lecture that took place on 02/05/2018.
Preventing Falls & Improving Mobility in Parkinson's Disease
This lecture aims to provide an update on risk factors for falls and evidence-based interventions to reduce falls and improve mobility in people with Parkinson's Disease.