The program conducts ongoing evaluation of the program goals, faculty, curriculum, and participants. The evaluation process is planned, organized, scheduled, and documented to assure ongoing quality of postprofessional specialty and subspecialty education.
The performance of the program participant is evaluated initially, on an ongoing basis, and at the conclusion of the program. Data collected on the evaluation of a program participant are used to further focus the resident's or fellow-in-training's learning and instruction, as well as to confirm achievement of the residency or fellowship performance outcomes. Data are also collected on the postgraduation performance of the residents or fellow as a whole, in order to evaluate the program and revise the curriculum.
At a minimum, residents and fellows-in-training must have:
Nonclinical programs must include a minimum of
Orthopedic manual therapy fellowship programs have additional requirements to meet, that include a minimum of:
Sports physical therapy residency program have additional requirements to meet, that include a minimum of:
Ongoing informal assessments of clinical competence.
Last Updated: 3/11/2013