Musculoskeletal Health Webinar Series

Learn more about the evidence-based treatment and management of people with arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions.

This series of webinars is designed to provide participants with clinically-meaningful skills and knowledge to deliver recommended care for people with arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions. 

To fit in with the busy schedule of health professionals, the webinar series offers some different viewing options - you can view the webinars from the comfort of your home or office or, if you are unable to view a webinar at the time of its screening, you will receive a recording of the webinar post-event (if you have paid and registered).


The webinars are aimed at clinicians of various disciplines and service providers across the musculoskeletal health and other sectors.

Who, what and when? 


Individual webinars

  • MOVE member* - $38.00
  • Non-members $55.00

Full series - Victorian health professionals^ (3-10)

  • MOVE member* - $280.00 
  • Non-member - $400.00
  • Full time student - $100.00

Full series - non-Victorian health professionals^ (1-10)  

  • MOVE member* - $350.00 
  • Non-member - $480.00
  • Full time student Student - $120.00

All prices include GST

*If you are a member of, or work for an organisation which is a MOVE Health Professional Associate, you can access the member price.

^The State Government of Victoria is funding the first two webinars in the series. These webinars are free for health professionals who live in Victoria.

For further information and registrations

Project Officer – Health Promotion
Phone: 03 8531 8022 or 1800 263 265 (toll free) 

Register online now

Click here to book your place online.

Application form

Click here to download the application form webinars 3-10.

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We may have a new name but since 1968 we have been the leading provider of supported solutions and trusted knowledge to the one-in-three Australians who live with these conditions.

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