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WCPT Newsletter July 2014

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July 2014 www.wcpt.org/wcptnews
Regulation is a top priority, global health professional associations agree
WCPT intervenes in WHO disability discussion
Thousands attracted by massive online course for physical therapists
   
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Regulation is a top priority, global health professional associations agree

Global leaders of the main health professions, including physical therapy, have urged their members to pay more attention to regulation issues and the need to implement the right systems to act in the public interest.

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WCPT intervenes in WHO disability discussion

The world's health ministers have endorsed an action plan to improve health for all people with a disability. At the World Health Assembly in Geneva in May, 33 member states voiced support for the resolution. Five non-governmental organisations including WCPT also stated their support for the plan at the meeting.

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Thousands attracted by massive online course for physical therapists

The first online education course to be approved by WCPT for continuing education units attracted 3,500 participants – with 1,348 completing the final evaluation and picking up WCPT’s International Physical Therapy Continuing Education Units (IPT-CEUs).

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