Extracts from 'Moving On: A History of the New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists 1973-1999' by Jo Scrymgeour. In 2000 Jo was commissioned by the NZSP to produce the book which followed on from Enid Anderson's earlier history of the Society (titled 'New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists: Golden Jubilee 1923-1973'). Jo has kindly agreed to including the original text files for the book here.
The first indication that the NZSP was taking cultural issues seriously was in 1987 when Bryan Paynter wrote a Journal editorial suggesting that although we were not totally inert, an insensitive ignorance of other cultural perceptions needed to be dispersed. Read more
Mentions of bicultural issues in the NZSP Annual Report, Journal and Newsletter from 1973 - 1999. Read more
Mentions of bicultural issues in the NZSP Executive Minutes 1973 -1998. Read more