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Thursday, 5 December 1974
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Mr Snedden asked the Minister for Health, upon notice:

(   1 ) How many remedial gymnasts are there in each State and Territory.

(2)   Where are they employed and, in particular, how many work in (a) general hospitals, (b) rehabilitation hospitals and (c) private hospitals.

(3)   What training courses are available for remedial gymnasts.

(4)   Where are the courses given.

(5)   What is the training program required to qualify as a remedial gymnast in each State and Territory.

(   6 ) What is the salary structure in each State and Territory for a remedial gymnast.

(7)   How many people are training at each institute in which courses are available.

(8)   What is the estimated requirement for remedial gymnasts in each State and Territory in 1 980.

(9)   Under current trends what will be the actual supply of remedial gymnasts in 1980.

(10)   If there is an estimated shortfall in the supply of remedial gymnasts in 1 980, what action is proposed to overcome it.


Dr Everingham - The answer to the right honourable member's question is as follows:

I refer the right honourable member to my answer to question No. 1601.

Specialists in Work Assessment and Rehabilitation (Question No. 1617)


Mr Snedden asked the Minister for Health, upon notice:

(   1 ) How many specialists in work assessment or rehabilitation are there in each State and Territory.

(2)   Where are they employed and, in particular, how many work in (a) general hospitals, (b) rehabilitation hospitals and (c) private hospitals.

(3)   What training courses are available for specialists in work assessment or rehabilitation.

(4)   Where are the courses given.

(5)   What is the training program required to qualify as a specialist in work assessment or rehabilitation in each State and Territory.

(6)   What is the salary structure in each State and Territory for a specialist in work assessment or rehabilitation.

(7)   How many people are training at each institute in which courses are available.

(8)   What is the estimated requirement for specialists in work assessment or rehabilitation in each State and Territory in 1980.

(9)   Under current trends what will be the actual supply of specialists in work assessment or rehabilitation in 1 980.

(10)   If there is an estimated shortfall in the supply of specialists in work assessment or rehabilitation in 1 980, what action is proposed to overcome it.


Dr Everingham - The answer to the right honourable member's question is as follows:

I refer the right honourable member to my answer to question No. 1601.







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