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Part I Foundations of Geriatric Physiotherapy

Unit

1. Implications of an ageing population for rehabilitation

2. Communication values and quality of life

3. Physiological changes associated with ageing

4. Arthrokinesiologic consideration in the aged adult

5. Sensory motor changes and adaptations in the older adult

6. Ethical and legal issues in geriatric Physiotherapy

7. Patient education as intervention

 

Part II Intervention for Common Geriatric Clinical Manifestations

Unit

1. Impaired ventilation and respiration in the older adult

2. Muscle fatigue and impaired muscle endurance in the older adults

3. Endurance training of the older adult

4. Posture in the older adults

5. Balance and falls in the elderly: issues in evaluation and treatment

6. Urinary incontinence and impairment of the pelvic floor in the older adult

7. Conservative pain management for the older patient

8. Chronic dermal wounds in older adult

 

Part III Physiotherapy Procedures used in Geriatric population

Unit

1. Functional training

2. Ambulation: A framework of practice applied to a functional outcome

3. Lower extremity orthotics in geriatric rehabilitation

4. Lower limb prosthetic requirement in the older adults

 

Part IV Programs for Special Population

Unit

1. The frail and institutionalized elder

2. The well elderly

3. The older athlete

4. Older persons with developmental disabilities

 

Recommended Books

1. Geriatric Physical Therapy by Andrew A. Guccione, 2nd Edition (Mosby 2000)

2. Developing cultural competence in Physical Therapy Practice by Jill Black Lattanzi,

Larry D. Purnell (F.A.Davis Company, Philadelphia 2006)

3. Rehabilitation of the aging and elderly patient by Gerald Felsenthal, Susan J.

Garrison, Franz U. Steinberg (Williams & Wilkins 1994)

4. Physical Therapy of the geriatric patient by Jackson Osa. Churchill Livingstone. New

York.

5. Geriatric Physical Therapy: A Clinical Approach by Carole B. Lewis and Jennifer

Bottomley (1993)

  1. Geriatric Rehabilitation Manual by Timothy L. Kauffman (1999)

7. Manual of Geriatric Rehabilitation by David X. Cifu (2003)

8. Functional Fitness for Older Adults by Patricia A. Brill (2004)

9. Epidemiology of Aging – An ecological approach by William A. Satariano (Jones

And Bartlett publishers, 2006).

10. Little Black book of Geriatrics, by Karen Gershman, McCullough Dennis 4th Edition

(Jones and Bartlett publishers, 2008).

11. Burnside’s working with older adults, Group process and techniques by Barbara

Haight, Faith Gibson; 4th Edition (Jones and Bartlett publishers, 2005).

 


 


31. CHECK LISTS

APPENDIX 1: TEACHING SKILL EVALUATION FORM

Student:

Date :

Evaluator:


Rating of Skill

5 - Outstanding

4 - Good

3 - Satisfactory

2 - Poor

1 - Unacceptable


1. Specifies purposes of the lecture clearly in the Introduction

2. Makes clear transitions between segments of the lecture

3. Presents divergent view points for contrast and comparison

4. Uses clear, relevant examples to illustrate main ideas

5. Clarifies technical terminology

6. Speaks at suitable volume/ pace, speaking style

7. Uses eye contact (Scans total audience)

8. Uses a variety of facial expressions

9. Uses hands and arms appropriately/moves purposefully

10. Effectively used Black Board, AV Aids

11. Summary of main points

12. Ask questions

13. Answer questions asked by audience

14. Content coverage

15. Rapport with students


Total Score


 

Overall Score

61 – 75 : Excellent

51 – 60 : Good

41 – 50 : Satisfactory

31 – 20 : Poor

Less than 20 : Unacceptable

 

 

 


 

APPENDIX 2: JOURNAL CLUB PRESENTATION EVALUATION FORM


Student :

Date :

Evaluator :


Rating of Skill

5 - Outstanding

4 - Good

3 - Satisfactory

2 - Poor

1 - Unacceptable


1. Article chosen

2. Specifies purposes / goal of the study

3. Whether cross references have been consulted

4. Presents the Methodology Cleary

5. Clarifies Outcome measures

6. Presents the Results Cleary

7. Power of the study

8. Presents the discussion clearly

9. Limitations of the study

10. Ethical issues

11. Describe how the results can or cannot be applied in our situation

12. Their own decision about the utility of the study in our practice

13. Does not needed to reread article

14. Summarizes Presentation

15. Ability to defend their study


Total Score

Overall Score

61 – 75 : Excellent

51 – 60 : Good

41 – 50 : Satisfactory

31 – 20 : Poor

Less than 20 : Unacceptable

 

 

 

 

 

 


APPENDIX 3: PERFORMANCE EVALUATION FORM

Student :

Date :

Evaluator :


Rating of Skill

5 - Outstanding

4 - Good

3 - Satisfactory

2 - Poor

1 - Unacceptable


1. Patient Interview

2. Physiotherapy observation skills

3. Physiotherapy assessment skills

4. Procedural skills

5. Knowledge of physiotherapy Instrumentation

6. Treatment planning

7. Principle of treatment intervention

8. Execution of treatment intervention

9. Evidence Based Practice

10. Practice based learning and improvement

11. Planning and conducting clinical research

12. Work Ethics

13. Interpersonal skills / Communication skills

14. Instructional skills

15. Documentation


Total Score

Overall Score

61 – 75 : Excellent

51 – 60 : Good

41 – 50 : Satisfactory

31 – 20 : Poor

Less than 20 : Unacceptable


APPENDIX 4: SEMINAR EVALUATION FORM

Student :

Date :

Evaluator :


Rating of Skill

5 - Outstanding

4 - Good

3 - Satisfactory

2 - Poor

1 - Unacceptable


1. Met the Professional objectives

2. Makes clear transitions between segments of the lecture

3. Presents divergent view points for contrast and comparison

4. Presentation was logical and clear

5. Clarifies terminologies in Physiotherpy

6. Speaks at suitable volume/ pace, speaking style

7. Eye contact

8. Absence of distracting mannerisms

9. Effectively used Black Board, AV Aids

10. Content coverage

11. Provide appropriate du ration

12. Interaction with others was beneficial

13. Provided concise and thoughtful answer to the questions asked by the audience

14. Demonstrated competence in Subject matter

15. Present the references and Sources effectively

 

Total Score


 

Overall Score

61 – 75 : Excellent

51 – 60 : Good

41 – 50 : Satisfactory

31 – 20 : Poor

Less than 20 : Unacceptable

 


 


APPENDIX 5: CASE PRESENTATION EVALUATION FORM

Student :

Date :

Evaluator :


Rating of Skill

5 - Outstanding

4 - Good

3 - Satisfactory

2 - Poor

1 - Unacceptable


1. Subjective Examination

2. Objective Examination

3. Logical sequences

4. Treatment planning

5. Demonstration of examination skills

6. Demonstration of intervention skills

7. Explain the rationale of Treatment interventions

8. Understanding of movement dysfunction

9. Clarity of Presentation

10. Answer to the questions


Total Score

Overall Score

41 – 50 : Excellent

31 – 40 : Good

21 – 30 : Satisfactory

15 – 20 : Poor

Less than 15 : Unacceptable


 


APPENDIX 6: DESSERTATION PRESENTATION EVALUATION FORM

Student :

Date :

Evaluator :


Rating of Skill

5 - Outstanding

4 - Good

3 - Satisfactory

2 - Poor

1 - Unacceptable


1. Selection of topic

2. Knowledge about the selected topic

3. Need of the study

4. Statement of hypothesis

5. Review of literature

6. Selection of research design

7. Selection of appropriate Sample size

8. Selection of appropriate Sampling technique

9. Selection of appropriate statistical tool

10. Selection of appropriate Outcome measures

11. Quality of protocol

12. Power of the study

13. Logical sequence of presentation

14. Answer questions asked by evaluators

15. Use of research terminologies


Total Score


Overall Score

61 – 75 : Excellent

51 – 60 : Good

41 – 50 : Satisfactory

31 – 20 : Poor

Less than 20 : Unacceptable


 


APPENDIX 7: EVALUATION OF DISSERTATION WORK BY THE GUIDE

Student :

Date :

Guide :


Rating of Skill

5 - Outstanding

4 - Good

3 - Satisfactory

2 - Poor

1 - Unacceptable

 

1. Periodic consultation with the guide

2. Regular collection of case material  

3. Depth of analysis and discussion  

4. Presentation of findings

5. Quality of final output

 

Total Score


Overall score:


21 – 25 - Outstanding

16 – 20 - Good

11 – 15 - Satisfactory

6 – 10 - Poor

5 and below 5 - Unacceptable


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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