The New Zealand Independent Practitioners Collective (NZIPC) has been established to represent allied health practitioners who are “outcome-informed” in their work.


An “outcome-informed” allied health practitioner is one who holds no particular loyalty to any specific model of practice; is not bound by the political, ideological, cultural, or arbitrary practice requirements of any particular self-appointed professional or special interest group; and who formally measure their client outcomes as a matter of course, being directed in their practice work by the outcome feedback of their clients.


NZIPC membership (which is currently free) is open to allied health practitioners in the education, health, justice and social welfare government agencies, community based social service agencies, Iwi Social Services, Pacific Island Organisations, and private practice disciplines.


A Directory of recommended Outcome-Informed Allied Health service delivery practitioners for referral purposes may be secured by emailing  for more information.


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