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Type: Journal article
Title: Learning from COVID-19 to improve access to physiotherapy
Author: Stanhope, J.L.
Weinstein, P.
Citation: Australian Journal of Primary Health, 2020; 26(4):271-272
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing
Issue Date: 2020
ISSN: 1448-7527
1836-7399
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Jessica Stanhope and Philip Weinstein
Abstract: Funding for telehealth should continue post-COVID-19 and should include provision for tele-physiotherapy. There are several instances where tele-physiotherapy may be an appropriate form of primary care, including the early management of acute pain, which may otherwise become chronic. By extending the availability of tele-physiotherapy beyond 30 September 2020, we can improve the health of the population generally and, in particular, better serve remote or otherwise isolated people.
Keywords: primary health care; rural health
Description: Published online 16 July 2020. Letter to the Editor
Rights: Journal compilation © La Trobe University 2020 Open Access CC BY
RMID: 1000024289
DOI: 10.1071/PY20141
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