ICRC Physiotherapy Standards Project Cycle

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Related Pages[edit | edit source]

  1. Professional Standards in (ICRC) Physiotherapy
  2. ICRC Physiotherapy Standards Project Cycle
  3. ICRC Physiotherapy Standards Rehab Cycle

Introduction[edit | edit source]

Project in this case can refer to a Physical Therapy (PT) department, a PT team, a Continuing Professional Development cycle, etc.

The tools and documents accompanying the phases of a project cycle can be found further.

With a view to strengthening its performance and its ability to demonstrate the effect of its action to assist and protect people affected by armed conflict and other situations of violence, the ICRC adopted, in the mid-1990s, the Results-Based Management (RBM) approach.

Watch the video explaining the RBM in a nutshell (https://icrc.scenari.eu/public/Health/Health_Wiki/PTS/ICRC_PhysiotherapyStandards.zip/co/PC_1.html Unable to upload as not YouTube or Vimeo)

Assess and Analyse[edit | edit source]

Situation Analysis Word document

Gap analysis. [Excel document]

Physiotherapy competency checklist [Excel document]

For further reading[edit | edit source]

Examples of key perfomance indicators for physiotherapists [PDF document]

ICRC PT Competency Table [PDF document]

Formulate and Plan[edit | edit source]

Make sure your goals are SMART

PTS Action Plan. [Excel document]

Here are some examples of project action plans:

Action plan example PT association [Excel document]

Action plan example PT equipment [Excel document]

Implement and Monitor[edit | edit source]

For project progress monitoring it is advisable to use the Action plan. The same tool serves the steps "Formulate and Plan" and "Implement and Monitor".

Monitoring [PowerPoint presentation]

Evaluate and Learn[edit | edit source]

Check out the documents from the Assess and Analyse step

For further reading

Change management [PowerPoint Presentation]

Format for Journal Club [PowerPoint Presentation]

Journal Club summary template [Word Document]

PEDro scale [Word Document]

Physiotherapy outcomes meetings info [Word document]

PRISMA checklist [PDF doc]

A Simple Guide to Change Management [PDF doc]

Reflective Meeting Info Sheet Sample [Word Doc]

Resources[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]