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Screening, Referral, DX and Delagation on PT January-March 2013 Class is now closed
by Ma. Cecilia Licuan - Wednesday, 13 February 2013, 12:57 PM
 

Enlisted participants in the SRDD class are informed that the aforesaid course is now closed as of 12:00 noon (Philippine Time) of February 11, 2013.  Emergency Procedures  in Physical Therapy (5 units) course will now officially commence effective February 13, 2013, 3:00 pm (Philippine Time). Enrollees are advised to prepare for intensive video recordings and submissions for the laboratory sessions in order to validated skills acquisition. The Key Course Faculty of SRDD are:

1. Mary Joyce Chalanl, PTRP, MSPT and

2. Ethel Saqueton, PTRP, MAE, DPT Cand.

Thank you.

Chief Moderator

 
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ultural Competency Class for January-March 2013 FCCPT-CWT5 batch is now closed
by Ma. Cecilia Licuan - Tuesday, 15 January 2013, 03:01 PM
 

Enlisted participants in the CCPT class are informed that the aforesaid course is now closed as of 12:00 noon (Philippine Time) of January 14, 2013.  Screening, Referral, Diagnosis and Delegation (SRDD) in Physical Therapy (5 units) will now officially commence effective January 14, 2013, 3:00 pm (Philippine Time).  The Key Course Faculty of SRDD are:

1. Genevieve Gabriel, PTRP and

2. Carlos Musca, PTRP, MHSSc, DPT Cand.

Thank you.

Chief Moderator

 
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De La Salle HSI-CRS Official Online Faculty Pool
by Ma. Cecilia Licuan - Friday, 28 December 2012, 02:43 PM
 
 1. Chief Online and Guest Faculty Moderator: Ma. Cecilia Licuan, PTRP, MAE, Ph.D.
2. Guest Faculty Moderator and Chief Online Consultant: Ramona Luisa Pablo-Santos, PT, MD, FPARM
3. Guest Faculty Moderator and Associate Online Consultant: Marivic Valerio, PTRP, MDE Cand.
4. Assoc. Online Moderator, Guest Faculty Moderator and CCPT Associate Course Organizer: Reynaldo Cruz, PTRP, MSPT, DPT Cand.
5. Guest Faculty Moderator and CCPT Key Course Organizer: Natalizia Guieb-Pagtakhan, PTRP, MAE, DPT Cand.
6. Guest Faculty Moderator and EPPT Associate Course Organizer: Ethel Saqueton, PTRP, MAE, DPT Cand.
7. Guest Faculty Moderator and SRDD Associate Course Organizer: Carlos Musca, PTRP, MHSSc, DPT Cand.
8. EPPT Key Course Organizer: Mary Joyce Chalan, PTRP, MSPT
9. SRDD Key Course Organizer: Genevieve Colorado-Gabriel, PTRP
10.  Refresher Course Organizer:  Joannalyn Juego, PTRP, MRS Cand.
11. Guest Faculty Moderator: Frederick Martinez, PTRP, DPT
12. Guest Faculty Moderator: Ma. Fatima Isidro-Martinez, PTRP, DPT
13. Guest Faculty Moderator: Edgar Allan Juane, PTRP, DPT
14. Guest Faculty Moderator: Pauline Gervacio-Juane, PTRP, DPT
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Edison Pedraza
Carl Adao
 

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This E-learning portal is exclusively operated by the College of Rehabilitation Sciences of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute to deliver different modules online to:

1. Provide supplementary learning materials and adjunct online learning activities for baccalaureate students of the College taking Basic Sciences subjects (Module A)

2. Provide supplementary learning materials and adjunct online learning activities for baccalaureate students of the College taking Medical and Surgical Condition subjects (Module B)

3. Provide supplementary learning materials and adjunct online learning activities for baccalaureate students of the College taking independent subjects (Module C)

4. Provide supplementary learning materials and adjunct online learning activities for baccalaureate students of the College taking Physical Therapy Evaluation, Intervention and Case Application subjects (Module D)

5. Offer online re-enrolment and re-certification to DLSHSI alumni on physical therapy courses requiring re-validation (Module E)

6. Offer online enrolment of DLSHSI-CRS BS program update courses needed to ensure local and global competitiveness (Module F)

6. Offer online refresher review program for the Philippine licensure examination takers (Module G)

7. Provide supplementary learning materials and adjunct online learning activities for baccalaureate students of the College taking Arts and Sciences Pre-Professional subjects(Module H)

8. Provide supplementary learning materials and adjunct online learning activities for baccalaureate students of the College taking Occupational Therapy Evaluation, Intervention and Case Application subjects (Module I)

 Vision

The De La Salle Health Sciences Institute (DLSHSI) - College of Rehabilitation Sciences (CRS) is one of the four colleges in DLSHSI offering the BS Physical Therapy and BS Occupational Therapy programs. It is the pioneering College in the Philippines to offer an integrated approach to it professional level curriculum in the 3rd and 4th PT-OT
proper years.

With a firm faith in God and reverence for life, and inspired by the zeal and compassion of St. John Baptist de La Salle, the College aims to be an educational reformer in the field of Rehabilitation Sciences particularly in Physical and Occupational Therapy professions.  In this way the College can help bridge the gap between the continued lack of basic rehabilitation services for most Filipinos with disabilities, and the highly specialized and advanced levels of education, training and practice abroad.

Mission

Challenged by this Vision, the DLSHSI-CRS will increase access to education and training in the Rehabilitation Sciences  through alternative modes of learning.

The College will open its academic and clinical resources to the community and provide services that will help uplift
the plight of Filipinos with disabilities.  By involving the students in these outreach activities the community becomes a venue for realistic and socially relevant learning.

Through the use of information technology, research and linkages with local and foreign schools, the College will maintain a locally and globally competitive training and educational program.

Most importantly, by instilling the Lasallian virtues, and by emphasizing the distinctive features of Rehabilitation practice -- teamwork and the holistic approach to patient care, the College will develop Christian Healers with a passion to serve persons with disability in all walks of life.

Goals

1. Be an educational reformer in the Philippines

2. Empower the community in servicing persons with disabilities

3. Increase access to  education in the field of rehabilitation
sciences

4. Be a globally competitive school for the rehabilitation sciences courses

5. Develop Christian Healers in the rehabilitation science professions

Objectives

1. To offer alternative and innovative
approaches in delivering the curriculum for the rehabilitation science programs (G1)

2. To conduct community outreach activities promoting participation and involvement of the CRS family (G2)

3. To establish linkage with local and/or national government and non-government organizations for the promotion and delivery of community service especially for Filipinos with disability (G2)

4. To offer scholarship programs for the poor but deserving students in the public high schools of Cavite (G3)

5. To offer certification programs which can help realize the health service potential and uplift the standard of living
of poor but deserving students in the community who cannot afford formal college education (G3)

6. To attain local and international accreditation for the programs offered (G4)

7. To establish local and international linkages that will strengthen research collaboration, faculty and student
development or program development in the field of rehabilitation sciences (G4)

8. To promote the enculturation of the expected Lasallian attributes to all members of the CRS family (G5)