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Finding the key to quality at the APA Conference 2013

The 2013 APA Conference was a resounding success. Held on 17 to 20 October in Melbourne, the conference attracted over 2,200 participants from 25 counties. Delegates attended to learn new moves and innovation across physiotherapy and were treated to clinical sessions focusing on cutting-edge research and developments.

Quality Innovation Performance (QIP) exhibited at the conference to promote the Physiotherapy Accreditation Program, QIP booth at 2013 APA conference2endorsed by the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA). QIP ran an ‘unlock the key to quality’ competition challenging delegates to see if their key fit the quality lock. All entrants went in the draw to win an iPod Nano.

Congratulations to Edwina Chan, a Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at Back on the Move Physiotherapy, won the competition and a brand new Nano. Edwina has worked as a physiotherapist for the past 14 years and specialises in musculoskeletal problems and women’s health issues.

 

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