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COURSE OUTLINE IN PSYCHIATRY

WEEK TOPIC
1ST Human Development throughout the Life Cycle:

Infancy, Preschool, Grade school

2ND Human Development throughout the Life Cycle:

Puberty, Early, Middle and Late adulthood

3RD Erikson Psychosocial  Development Theory and Piaget  Cognitive Development Theory
4TH Freud: Dreams, Structural, Topographical and Psychosexual theories
5TH Freud:  Mental Defense Mechanisms
6TH  Psychiatric Evaluation: History Taking
7TH Psychiatric Evaluation : Mental Status Examination
8TH Delirium and Dementia
9TH Schizophrenia
MIDTERM EXAM  
10TH Depression
11TH Anxiety
12TH Adjustment Disorder
13TH Psychiatric Aspects in PT conditions
14TH Stages of Death and Dying
FINAL EXAM  

TOPIC OUTLINE IN PT PERSPECTIVES
Matching your personal vision-mission with your future work
History and Development of PT
Physical Therapy Facilities
Different Team Models
The Rehabilitation Team
Types of Patients and Nature of their Problem Neuro-Pedia
Types of Patients and Nature of their Problem Neuro-geria
Midterm Exam
Types of Patients and Nature of their problem Musculoskeletal
Common Fields of Practice of a Licensed PT
Global Growth of the PT profession
Other growth options for a PT graduate
Goals and challenges of PT in thePhilippines
Field Work/ CBR exposure
Field Work/ CBR exposure
Presentation of Field work/ CBR exposure
Final Exam

ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION

COURSE DESCRIPTION:   This 2-unit will prepare students for managerial and supervisory functions of professional Physical Therapy (PT) practice. It provides a comprehensive study of the planning, administration and management of a Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation workplace or institution.

CREDIT: 2 units

TERM: Fourth Year – Second Semester, AY 2011-2012

                                      I.        COURSE OBJECTIVES

MAIN TOPIC: BASIC CONCEPTS IN MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION

  1. ORGANIZATION
  2. THEORIES IN MANAGEMENT
  3. LEADERSHIP
  4. COMMUNICATION

OBJECTIVES:    At the end of the preliminary grading period, the learner is expected to:

  1. Internalize the importance of having a vision and mission in an organization
  2. Understand the basic principles in management and supervision
  3. Know the different management theories, it’s advantage and possible setbacks when  utilized erroneously  in an organization
  4. Realize the need to develop good leadership abilities, interpersonal intelligence, motivation skills alongside one’s sound PT knowledge and skills to be competitive in the profession

METHODOLOGY: Group Activity, Report, Class discussion & small group sessions

EVALUATION: Objective examination Small group workshop output

MAIN TOPIC: PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

  1. MOTIVATION THEORIES
  2. RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION
  3. PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL
  4. STAFF RETENTION AND DEVELOPMENT

OBJECTIVES:  At the end of the midterm period, the learner should be able to:

  1. Know the different motivation theories, it’s advantage and possible weaknesses when implemented in an organization
  2. Appreciate the basic principles in personnel management: recruitment & selection, performance evaluation, and staff promotion, retention & development
  3. Value the need for regular quality appraisal of PT practice which should be reflective of the constant changing health care

METHODOLOGY: group activity, report , class discussion & small group sessions

EVALUATION: Objective examination small group workshop

MAIN TOPIC: DEPARTMENTAL MANAGEMENT

  1. POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
  2. RECORDS
  3. QUALITY ASSURANCE
  4. BUDGET MANAGEMENT
  5. FACILITIES PRACTICE ENVIRONMENTS
  6. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESMENT
  7. DEPARTMENT PLANNING AND DESIGN

OBJECTIVES: At the end of the final term period, the learner is expected to:

  1. Know  the basic principles in departmental management
  2. Understand the importance of developing sound policies and procedures, as well as maintaining a good record-keeping system to maintain competitive standards of practice
  3. Be acquainted with the different PT facilities and fields of practice in the local and global settings
  4. Possess a critical understanding of the minimum requirements that a rehabilitation facility should possess for it to competently deliver  quality health care services
  5. Create a layout design and a miniature  model of an assigned  facility, and defend the proposal adeptly

METHODOLOGY: Class discussion & small group sessions

EVALUATIONN; Objectives examination

                           Group PT facility proposal output

                                    II.        COURSE REQUIREMENTS and GRADING SYSTEM

 Group Activity/ Reports/Quizzes = 30%

Class Participation=20%

Attendance= 10%

Long Exam= 40%

References:

Delisa, JA; Rehabilitation Medicine: Principles and Practice

Hickok, RJ ;Physical Therapy Administration and Management

O’Sullivan,SB; Physical Rehabilitation Assessment and Treatment

Shortell, SM; Essentials of Health Care Management

Williams, SJ; Essentials of Health Services

Walter, J Physical Therapy Management: An Integrated Science

Other Management/ Administration Books

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