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Chronic pain is a significant global health burden – with low back pain causing more disability than any other condition. The role of physiotherapists in helping people with chronic pain to take control of their condition, increase their activity, and improve their quality of life is the theme of this year’s World Physiotherapy Day on 8 September 2019.

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Chronic pain is a significant global health burden – with low back pain causing more disability than any other condition. The role of physiotherapists in helping people with chronic pain to take control of their condition, increase their activity, and improve their quality of life is the theme of this year’s World Physiotherapy Day on 8 September 2019.

Four Irish physiotherapists will this week take part in an international three day virtual event which aims to share best practice across the world on keeping people up, dressed and moving. 

The End PJ Paralysis Online Summit event will run continuously for 72 hours from today (10th) through the 11th and 12th July. 

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Applications are now being accepted for full time Professional Development Coordinator (or equivalent in part time roles) for an initial two year fixed term contract to coordinate HSE funded CPD courses on behalf of physiotherapists working in the public health service.

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The Making Every Contact Count Programme was established by the HSE to support the prevention and management of Chronic disease.

It is a key priority of the Healthy Ireland agenda, which aims to improve the health of the whole population.

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The ISCP and CPPP are delighted to announce our new commercial partnership with the leading patient and clinic management system TM3 

This partnership with TM3 will help our members with the management of clinics through discounted pricing and incentives for TM3 products and services.

 

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Updated information on Letters of Good Standing for Australia for those who worked there before 2010

Please Note this information is more recent than the information in the April 2019 edition of Firsthand**

 

Did you work in Australia before 2010 ( i.e. before AHPRA was established)?

The ISCP has been working with AHPRA to assist members with the process.  

 

Why am I being asked for this now?

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We have received the below update from our Tax Advisor's regarding  tax relief for course fees paid by physiotherapists.

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    Pictured at the partnership launch at ISCP Conference in November: Gay Peart-Murphy, Kieran Quinn (Fleming Medical), Ruaidhri O'Connor, Marie Guidon, Neville Moore (Fleming Medical).
     

    Limerick based Fleming Medical has teamed up with the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists in a partnership that sees the ISCP officially recognising the Physiologix range of supports & tapes.

     

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