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June 2016

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Contents

6 | FIRST WORD

Patient-centred care? At what cost?

8 | EXPLAINER

Masterful approach

10 | IN BRIEF

A round-up of news items

14 | APA PARTNERS

16 | JOURNAL OF PHYSIOTHERAPY

Capacity of care

QUALITY

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Patient disclosure: what happens

when things go wrong

20 |

3' SURÀOH

VOICE

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Title protection

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Travel fees slashed again in NSW

BUSINESS IN PRACTICE

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Instrument of change

27 |

Minimising your income tax

32 | HISTORY

Our longest-lived pioneer

46 | APA BRANCH NEWS

The latest from ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA,

TAS, VIC and WA

78 | CLASSIFIEDS

Jobs, opportunities, equipment and

practices for sale

79 | CASE STUDY

Acquired brain injury

InMotion

publishes three articles

examining the effect of design on health:

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urban design can work to cultivate

healthier communities; then, Sara Pazell

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a strategy for human-centred workplace

design; followed by Karen Davies,

APAM, who challenges physiotherapists

to adopt good work principles in their

day-to-day operations.

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APA member Marina Vitale

examines the current knowledge

surrounding sit–stand

workstations, highlighting the

amount of new research needed in

this growing area of care.

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Drawing on her experience as

Deputy Physiotherapy Manager

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APA Musculoskeletal

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discusses how her department

transformed their workplace

culture in a 18-month period.

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