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From 2022- current, Master’s degree in Public Health:  [http://mkurwanda.ac.rw/# Mount Kenya University]   

From 2022- current, Master’s degree in Public Health:  [http://mkurwanda.ac.rw/# Mount Kenya University]   

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== Professional Affiliations ==

== Professional Affiliations ==

Rwanda Physical Therapy Organization (RPTO)  

Rwanda Physical Therapy Organization (RPTO)  

[https://www.rahpc.org.rw/welcome Rwanda Allied Health Professions Council (RAHPC)]  

[https://www.rahpc.org.rw/welcome Rwanda Allied Health Professions Council (RAHPC)]

 

 

== Publications<br>  ==

#[https://www.researchgate.net/publication/353273552_THE_USE_OF_DIGITAL_REHABILITATION_AND_ITS_IMPLICATION_IN_ENHANCING_CONTINUITY_OF_CARE_AMONG_USERS_OF_PHYSIOTHERAPY_SERVICES_IN_RWANDA?channel=doi&linkId=60f07cd9fb568a7098b1df78&showFulltext=true The use of digital rehabilitation and its implication in enhancing continuity of care among users of physiotherapy services in Rwanda.]

#[https://www.researchgate.net/publication/353273552_THE_USE_OF_DIGITAL_REHABILITATION_AND_ITS_IMPLICATION_IN_ENHANCING_CONTINUITY_OF_CARE_AMONG_USERS_OF_PHYSIOTHERAPY_SERVICES_IN_RWANDA?channel=doi&linkId=60f07cd9fb568a7098b1df78&showFulltext=true The use of digital rehabilitation and its implication in enhancing continuity of care among users of physiotherapy services in Rwanda.]

#[https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09593985.2018.1458263 A global health training model for teaching pediatric clinical decision-making skills to Rwandan physical therapists.]

#[https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09593985.2018.1458263 A global health training model for teaching pediatric clinical decision-making skills to Rwandan physical therapists.]

#[https://www.ghspjournal.org/content/8/3/596 Using patient-reported outcome measures to promote patient-centered practice: Building capacity among pediatric physiotherapists in Rwanda.]

#[https://www.ghspjournal.org/content/8/3/596 Using patient-reported outcome measures to promote patient-centered practice: Building capacity among pediatric physiotherapists in Rwanda.]

#[https://ajod.org/index.php/ajod/article/view/1004 Provision and use of physical rehabilitation services for adults with disabilities in Rwanda: A descriptive study.]

#[https://ajod.org/index.php/ajod/article/view/1004 Provision and use of physical rehabilitation services for adults with disabilities in Rwanda: A descriptive study.]

#[https://www.scirp.org/journal/paperinformation.aspx?paperid=119713 Stakeholders’ Contribution to the Development of Occupational Therapy Profession and Impact of the Profession in Rwanda.]<br>

#[https://www.scirp.org/journal/paperinformation.aspx?paperid=119713 Stakeholders’ Contribution to the Development of Occupational Therapy Profession and Impact of the Profession in Rwanda.]

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== Where you can find me<br>  ==

== Where you can find me<br>  ==

My name is Ines MUSABYEMARIYA. I am a physiotherapist with 13 years of clinical experience. I have worked in different health facilities in Rwanda: District hospital, a specialized orthopedic hospital, and a pediatric rehabilitation center.

I also have experience managing a five-year national-level development project entitled “Development of Functional Rehabilitation in Rwanda” funded by the Humanity & Inclusion, Rwanda Program.

During my professional career, I have acquired additional skills: Advocacy, designing continuing education courses in pediatric physical therapy for rehabilitation professionals, writing grant proposals, developing, and conducting project monitoring and evaluation tasks, and report writing.

A year ago, I switched to the humanitarian field and now work as a physical therapist for the International Committee of the Red Cross, based in Tindouf – Algeria.

2014, Bachelor with honors in Physiotherapy Sciences from University of Rwanda College of Medicine and Health Sciences

2019, Postgraduate inter-university certificate: Initiation à la Recherche pour le renforcement des Systèmes de Santé (RSS) Université Libre de Bruxelles- Belgique.

From 2022- current, Master’s degree in Public Health: Mount Kenya University

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Rwanda Physical Therapy Organization (RPTO)

Rwanda Allied Health Professions Council (RAHPC)

  1. The use of digital rehabilitation and its implication in enhancing continuity of care among users of physiotherapy services in Rwanda.
  2. A global health training model for teaching pediatric clinical decision-making skills to Rwandan physical therapists.
  3. Using patient-reported outcome measures to promote patient-centered practice: Building capacity among pediatric physiotherapists in Rwanda.
  4. Provision and use of physical rehabilitation services for adults with disabilities in Rwanda: A descriptive study.
  5. Stakeholders’ Contribution to the Development of Occupational Therapy Profession and Impact of the Profession in Rwanda.
  6. The psychosocial determinants of adherence to home-based rehabilitation strategies in parents of children with cerebral palsy: A systematic review

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