First Aid and CPR Requirements for Podiatrists in New Zealand

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First Aid and CPR Requirements for Podiatrists in New Zealand:
The Podiatrists Board of NZ requires that basic life support and anaphylaxis certification are a core requirement as part of the continuing professional development (CPD) recertification program and is required every two years. Podiatrists are required to produce evidence of the course(s) attended or completed.

A number of courses are offered by a number of providers and typically comply with the 2020 Immunisation Handbook as those requirements do meet what is required by the Podiatrists Board of NZ. A course would typically take 2-3 hours plus some prior course reading and would cover:

It was a previous requirement that Podiatrists completed a more generic first aid certification that also included the above but that changed with the implementation of the new CPD framework on 1st Jan 2018.

First Aid and CPR requirements for Podiatrists in other countries:

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South Africa

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