Category: Allied Health

Make Your Hashtags More Accessible

8 March , 2023

Do you use hashtags in your posts? Do you consider how accessible the format is? No doubt, hashtags are a fantastic way to reach new audiences, but many people write all the letters in lowercase. To make your hashtags more accessible to everyone in your network, capitalise the first letter 

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8 March 2023 Workshop – Understanding Pain, with Anjelo Ratnachandra

27 February , 2023

Physiotherapist, Counsellor, and Founder of Beyond Pain, Anjelo Ratnachandra has extensive experience, having worked with chronic illnesses for almost two decades. He established one of the first private chronic pain and fatigue physiotherapy services in Australia, and his unique set of skills has led him to contribute towards numerous research 

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Sort Your Super with Prime Super

22 February , 2023

Talk to me about superannuation There are varying levels of understanding when it comes to superannuation. But one thing we all know is that every worker in Australia is entitled to receive money in a super account—and that, in addition to each pay cheque, a proportion of our income is 

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Find the Perfect Accommodation in the UK

25 January , 2023

When it comes to finding a place to live in your new hometown... we've got you covered! Apart from finding the right job, accommodation is usually the next thing therapists want to work out when planning a working holiday. Although options and prices do differ across the UK, it is 

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How Employment Hero Can Help You Retain Talent

30 November , 2022

It’s a strange time right now for employers. We’re dealing with the impacts of the pandemic, the looming recession and the aftermath of the Great Resignation. With the unemployment rate sitting at a 48-year low of 3.5%, we’re also up against an incredibly tight labour market. To say that the 

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Employment Hero – Flexibility is Key

7 November , 2022

The medical industry is incredibly diverse. With so many roles in the industry, from doctors to dentists through to sales and admin support, it’s no surprise that the health sector is Australia’s largest employer, with approximately one in eight Australians working in this industry. While many roles in healthcare are 

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Experience the Benefits of Being an APA Member

26 September , 2022

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is the sole voice and peak professional body representing physiotherapists and their patients in Australia. In joining the APA you become part of the broader physiotherapy community, adding your voice to more than 31,000 existing members. The APA advocates through direct lobbying with members of parliament 

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RUOK Day – 8 September 2022

8 September , 2022

RUOKDay2022  is a reminder to start a conversation that could change a life - not just on RUOKDay, but any day it's needed. Research has found 4 in 10 Australians feel asking someone “are you OK?” is a conversation better had with an expert. However, R U OK? want you 

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FOCUS2022 – Physiotherapy Conference

25 August , 2022

The Australian Physiotherapy Association warmly invites physiotherapists to register and attend our upcoming conference, FOCUS2022. Designed to offer inspiration and collaboration for all, FOCUS2022 will highlight the latest in business, education, leadership and practice in physiotherapy. Commencing Friday 30 September at Crown Conference Centre in Melbourne, attendees can expect an action-packed program 

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Time to Reflect on Your Business for EOFY?

27 June , 2022

This year has been busy. We’ve begun to re-adjust to our new normal and like most of us, you’ve probably hit the ground running. Hard. You’ve made tweaks to your service offerings, implemented new systems and learnt some difficult lessons. Maybe you looked inwards and took that much needed vacation, 

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