Webinars for 2020


Request a webinar  topicscheduled

If there is a topic that you would like to watch, please email us with your ideas (info@physioscholar.co.nz)


PhysioScholar is pleased to bring you online Webinars to enhance your continuing education

What we deliver
We have chosen a range of interesting lecture topics that we bring you around the first Monday of every month. We hope that they will be fun, interesting and interactive. For those of you that have not participated in a webinar before, it is a really easy way to bring the experts into your own home or clinic.  It will enable you to listen to the lecture and ask questions or discuss the topic during the one-hour session.

What you require to watch & particulate
You will need good broadband access as the slides will be uploaded onto your screen and the presenter's voice will stream live over the Internet. We use GoToWebinar as our host and you can check your computer system is ready by clicking on the following link (https://support.logmeininc.com/gotowebinar/system-check-attendee).

Please make sure that you have up to date Adobe software, and that your speakers are plugged in so that you can hear the presentation. The presentations are typically 45 minutes long with 15 minutes of questions. Other formats such as journal clubs and discussion forums are also used.

Organisations we present with
PhysioScholar is pleased to work with HFESNZ to deliver 12 collegial webinars per year. These webinars are free to HFESNZ and PhysioScholar members and run jointly between HFESNZ and PhysioScholar.

PhysioScholar also runs other monthly webinars for PhysioScholar members around the first Monday of each month (except early January when everybody should be taking a well-earned break!). These webinars are free for PhysioScholar members and are included as part of your membership. Non-members may join the webinar for $40 NZD per session.

Some important points
Due to intellectual property rights, many presentations are not recorded. No refund will be given if you are unable to attend the presentation on the night. Please check your diary before you book the webinar.

Viewing the Webinar
Everybody who would like to participate in the webinar will need to register through our partner website (For current -up-coming- Webinars - Click on the link at the top of this page).
After completing registration you will be sent an email with log-in instructions.


Previous Webinars



24th April: Ultrasound studies of muscle, fascia, and nerve with stretching in the lower limb.

26th May: 2nd Webinar
Scapula Masterclass: Function and Dysfunction of the Scapula & Kinetic Chain-Based Rehabilitation of the Shoulder. Presented by Aaron Sciascia PhD from Eastern Kentucky University, AM to 12 Noon NZSTSA
This webinar is now finished.  It was presented on Saturday, May 26th, 2018






How to print a certificate after you have watched a webinar