Introduction to Hand Therapy Course - BRISBANE June 2022
1. Course Informaation
Refer to the Course Profiles page for detailed information about the course including: Course type, overview, pre-requisites, assessment and learning outcomes, assessment details and statement of CPD hours.
This course will be delivered face to face only.
3. Course Schedule
|11 June 2022||8.30am - 5.00pm AEST||Course Content|
|21 June 2022||8.00pm AEST||Online Exam (30 minutes)|
*AEST is VIC, NSW, QLD and TAS. If you are in WA, SA, NT you must check the time difference. If you are not certain, use this website to convert: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html
Non-Member $450 inc GST
Registration for this course comes with a $99 credit towards membership of the AHTA as either an Affiliate or Associate, depending on your status.
Please indicate when you check out whether you are a student or registered OT/PT. After enrolment, a staff member will email you the details of your membership and invoice for any balance outstanding. For the duration of your membership, you will be entitled to courses discounted to the Associate price.
When payment is finalised you will receive a confirmation email with instructions. Please check your junk email in the first instance. If it is not received contact the office immediately firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Registration closing date
20 May 2022 unless sold out prior
Christina Harwood B Sc, M Occ Thy Studies, AHT (as awarded by the AHTA)
Christina graduated with a Masters in Occupational Therapy from the University of Queensland in 2001. She worked in a variety of settings throughout the UK and in Australia, before focusing on Hand Therapy full time in 2004. Christina became a Member of the AHTA in 2006 and has previously served as State Representative and Membership Secretary. Constantly looking for the next challenge, Christina has completed research projects on scar management, splinting for rotation deficits of the forearm and most recently midcarpal instability, all of which she has presented at both national and international conferences.
Christina was co-author of her first published paper in November 2015. She has a special interest in wrists, trauma and sport injuries and loves to teach. After experiencing public and private practices in Queensland, Western Australia and England, Christina is currently working at EKCO Hand Therapy, Brisbane.