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December 11, 2020 40 min

Today's interview is with Physiotherapist Liz Santos (Kangaroo Award). Liz is an early career Physiotherapist who has already;

  • Obtained 2 degrees in allied health professions
  • Written a book to assist new graduates transition into private practice
  • In this episode you will learn how to recognise the 3 key features of burnout and what you can do to avoid this professionally and personally limiting condition.

    Biography

    Elizabeth Santos is an Australian physiotherapist, naturopathic practitioner and author of ‘New Graduate’s Guide to Physiotherapy: Avoid Burnout and Injury, Build Resilience and Thrive in Clinical Practice.’ Liz completed a bachelor of physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in 2006 and then went on to work across a range of clinical areas, from acute care within the public hospital system, to aged care, rehabilitation in the home, and musculoskeletal physiotherapy where she now works exclusively. Liz also completed a second bachelor degree in Health Sciences, Naturopathy in 2014 so that she could provide a holistic and integrative approach to her clients.
    She has a special interest in maternity healthcare and supporting women during the childbearing year. Liz is an active member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and member of the University of Adelaide Physiotherapy Advisory Board. She is also available for mentoring new graduate physiotherapists nationally and internationally and is keen to support the 2020 cohort of new graduates.


    Strive & Thrive in Private Practice
    A must do for new and recent graduates wanting to understand the key to success in private practice

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