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2018-02-05 Nuts and Bolts of Project Management

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Project management is a broad topic that deals with the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of any project you would like to take on.  The same sorts of tools we use daily with patient management can be utilized for larger project management.  With a project of any size, the key to success is planning.  Proper planning at the outset will prevent delays, move the program forward, ensure the project scope and successful outcome.  Having the correct people engaged in the process from the beginning and having the appropriate authority/permissions prior to the start of the project will limit frustration and wasted effort for all involved with the project.  While there are many tools you can use to be effective, selecting the correct tool for the job and utilizing that tool to the best effect will allow you to achieve your desired outcome.  Always remember to celebrate your successes.


Join HPA The Catalyst and Sue Jeno, PT, PhD, and Paula Eppenstein, PT, MS, to discuss the project management skills that you need and how to apply them in physical therapy!


Educational objectives:

  • Learn how to plan for a project: identify the opportunity that exists and set clear objectives for the project.
  • Define the scope of the project to prevent creep and obtain the appropriate approvals before going forward.
  • Develop an action plan utilizing management tools, including identification of the project manager and timeline for each segment of the project.
  • Implement the plan followed by monitoring progress. Make changes as necessary to stay on track and within the scope of the project.
  • Evaluate the outcome of the project and celebrate your success.

HPA Member Price: $99

HPA Non-Member Price: $149


Sue Jeno, PT, PhD
Sue Jeno, an Associate Professor of Physical Therapy at the University of North Dakota, has a BSPT and M.A. in Education from the University of Michigan, and a PhD in Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of North Dakota. Dr. Jeno teaches in the areas of anatomy, biomechanics, orthopedics, manual therapy and administration. Dr. Jeno currently serves as UND's NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative. She serves on numerous campus and professional committees has chaired the University Senate, is active in University governance and maintains an active role in the PT profession. Her areas of research interest are primarily in biomechanics, electromyography, orthopedics exercise science, and alternative/complimentary medicine.

Paula Eppenstein, PT, MS

Paula Eppenstein is the Director of Therapy Rehabilitation Services at Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital, Part of Northwestern Medicine and has been with the hospital for over 15 years. She attained her Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University. Ms. Eppenstein is a member of  Health Policy Administration, Education, Geriatric and Neurology sections of the APTA.

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