Dr Caroline Fryer (PhD, GradDip(ClinEpi), GradDipEdSt(Digital learning)) is a physiotherapist and Senior Lecturer in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) program at the University of South Australia. Caroline is committed to building the capacity of physiotherapists as ethical and professional practitioners. With colleagues, Caroline actively researches ethical issues for physiotherapists worldwide and investigates ways to train physiotherapy students to be culturally safe in their practice. Fryer, C, Edney, S and van Kessel, G 2021, 'An interactive teaching module for increasing undergraduate physiotherapy students' cultural competence: A quantitative survey'. Physiotherapy Research International, 26: e1880. Delany, C, Edwards, I & Fryer, C 2019, 'How physiotherapists perceive, interpret, and respond to the ethical dimensions of practice: a qualitative study', Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, vol. 35, no. 7, pp. 663-676. Fryer, CE 2019, 'An approach to conducting cross-language qualitative research with people from multiple language groups', in P Liamputtong & P Liamputtong (eds), Handbook of Research Methods in Health Social Sciences, Springer, Singapore, pp. 1653-1674. Fryer, CE, Luker, JA, McDonnell, MN & Hillier, SL 2016, 'Self management programmes for quality of life in people with stroke', Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, vol. 2016, no. 8, article no. CD010442, pp. 1-55.