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Chartered Physiotherapist – 20th July 2015

WCPT President, Dr Emma Stokes talks to the Irish Independent about her hopes and dreams for the future and for the Physiotherapy profession

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Membership renewals will open at the end of June. Members can renew online via the website.

Members with email addresses will be notified when the online renewal system opens with a direct link to the renewal area of the website. All other members should receive a renewal notice by post.

Renewal forms are also available to download in the Membership Area of the website.


(July 2014) Could 2015 be the most important year of your professional life? Registration for next year’s WCPT Congress – the world’s biggest and most influential international physical therapy gathering – is now open.

According to past delegates, it is an experience that can change your career – whatever stage you are at.

“My first WCPT Congress gave me an opportunity to meet experts in my field of research, and it’s been a great experience ever since,” said Joyce Mothabeng from South Africa.

The Society has become aware that many private practitioners have, in recent days, received letters from the Data Protection Commissioner. The Society endorses the principle of data protection and understands that chartered physiotherapists in the private sector* must register with the Office of the Data Commissioner. If you have not received a letter yet or you have not registered, it is advisable that you register. This can be done on line at

Statement from the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists in response to the publication of the Finance Bill (2014)

(24th October 2013) The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) wishes to express its sincere regret at the decision by the Government not to accept its proposed amendment to the Taxes Consolidation Act (1997) in the publication of the Finance Bill (2014) this afternoon.

The ISCP held a Briefing Meeting on Tuesday 9th July 2014 in Buswells Hotel for TD's and Senators.
This meeting was to discuss the proposed amendment to the Taxes Consolidation Act (1997) - self referral to physiotherapists.