Workforce Planning & Business

Available now! The definitive text for all those involved in the planning and delivery of Physiotherapy services.

‘Primary, Community Care and Disability Services Physiotherapy Workforce and Business Review’ including ‘Hospital and Rehabilitation Staffing/Resource Recommendations Supplement’ by Orla Daly MBA, MSc, B Physio, MISCP with acknowledged contributions from Workforce Planning & Business Working Group, ISCP and others.

This book is a definitive guide for health policy-makers and all those involved in the planning and delivery of physiotherapy services in Primary Care Team, Health and Social Care Network and Disability Services and through its supplement hospital and rehabilitation services. It includes the principles of workforce planning and the business, health economics, management and governance of high-quality, safe and effective physiotherapy services. It also details the critical enabling factors to support:

  • Quality and patient safety: clinical governance and operational requirements
  • Business functions of the physiotherapy service: Administrative; ICT Systems
  • Effective patient flow and avoidance of costs to productivity: Waiting list management strategies
  • Patient management pathways
  • Physiotherapy service categories detailed capacity and performance management

Click here to see Title page, Copyright pg ,Table of Contents, Foreword, Acknowledgements, Glossary, Executive Summary

Available now - Order from ISCP.


ISCP members: €34 

Non-ISCP members: €39

Contact: (01) 402 2148 to order by phone with card details or email [email protected] 


Associated Documents (member only)

Workforce Planning & Business Working Group Care of Older Persons Acute + IC Staffing Mar 2012
Workforce Planning & Business Working Group-ISCP-AMU, AMAU,MAU
Workforce Planning & Business Working Group Mental Health
Submission Strategic Maternity Services Review Mar 2014 Therapy Lead Workforce Planning Business Working Group 2014
Workforce Planning: Clinical Governance and Operational Requirements