Providing osteopathic services in the Queensland workers' compensation scheme (M)

Osteopathy Australia eLearning

Content Author: Peter Lalli

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Peter has a background in evaluation, research, systematic reviews and strategic planning in Government and Not-for-profit research centres. He achieved a commended thesis in applying the methodology of systematic reviews on social policy issues.

Peter is the primary contact at Osteopathy Australia around primary research rigour and the use of research in advertising claims.

About Course

This course aims to provide an overview of the roles and responsibilities under state-based requirements when providing rebated services to injured clients in Queensland. Participant members will learn about:

  • Osteopaths and their role within the Queensland workers' compensation scheme

  • Policy and process requirements when treating injured workers in the Queensland workers' compensation scheme

  • How to establish compliance or remain compliant with Queensland state requirements to uphold your participation and good standing within the workers' compensation scheme.

Estimated CPD Hours

1

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