RCAA is partnering with the Rehabilitation Research Review in Australia to provide allied health practitioners, including Rehabilitation Counsellors, up to date research summaries to support their evidence based practice. Each issue of the new Australian Rehabilitation Research Review features peer reviewed articles from global rehabilitation journals with expert commentary from Australian specialists including Dr Elizabeth Kendall from Griffith University, Queensland. The Review will cover topics such as cardiac rehabilitation, stroke rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation, respiratory rehabilitation, brain injury, cancer, geriatrics and orthopaedics.
View back issues of Rehabilitation Research Review publications here. Research Review publications are free to receive for all Australian health professionals. The latest issues of the rehabilitation research review are below.
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Being a member of RCAA allows me to contribute to improving recognition for the profession of rehabilitation counselling in government and the vocational rehabilitation industry.
ChrisRC professional and RCAA full member
RCAA has really helped me throughout my RC career, starting with support as a student member and then with professional networking after graduation, and now with professional development and career advancement.
VanetteRC professional and RCAA full member
As an ex-pat New Zealander, membership of RCAA allowed me to gain a better understanding of the rehabilitation industry in Australia. The collegiality of RCAA has provided support and mentoring and assisted to advance my career as a rehabilitation counsellor.
LynneRC professional and RCAA full member
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RCAA is the professional association exclusively representing tertiary qualified Rehabilitation Counsellors in the Australasian region. RCAA represents a single profession with only qualified Rehabilitation Counsellors and student members.