The AOPA Review

The AOPA Review

AOPA produces a high quality, printed publication that is distributed to 500 orthotic/prosthetic practitioners, AOPA education subscribers and related industry partners. In 2016, this magazine (traditionally known as the Gazette) was redesigned and is now known as The AOPA Review.

The AOPA Review is a 48 page, colour magazine which is published biannually in June and December. The AOPA Review aims to be the leading source of information relating to the orthotic/prosthetic profession in Australia. It showcases the valuable contribution our profession makes to the Australian healthcare system and highlights the unique skill sets of our practitioners. It features articles on clinical topics, case studies, exploration of issues that impact our profession, introductions to new orthotic/prosthetic technologies, member reviews of new technologies, research articles, updates on AOPA advocacy activities, overviews of education events and contributions from other allied health professionals and related disciplines.

How to access The AOPA Review

Only AOPA Members and Education Subscribers are able to access the latest editions of The AOPA Review. Please log in here. AOPA allows public access to past editions of the Gazette, which can be viewed below.

If you would like to receive up-to-date copies of The AOPA Review, along with other benefits, you can join AOPA as an Education Subscriber.


Download our article guidelines if you'd like to submit an article for publication in The AOPA Review. Our Editorial Committee are always happy to receive ideas or suggestions for magazine content and can be contacted by email:

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