Strategic Roadmap 2020-2024

MISSION The PCR shall:   
a) promote excellence in radiology profession by ensuring quality, safe and ethical practice    
b) promote radiology education, research and innovation   
c) build solidarity and camaraderie among members   
d) collaborate with other healthcare professionals, organizations and the government in optimizing and advancing medical imaging
VISION PCR will be a leading world-class radiology organization in optimizing, promoting, and advancing quality and safe diagnostic, therapeutic and interventional radiology through education, training and research by 2025
CORE VALUES Respect & Resilience
Academic and research oriented
Dedication, dynamism
Integrity
Optimism
Leadership
Outreach
Goal-oriented
Yearning for nationalism
STRATEGIC PRIORITIES Academics Practice
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES Training Enhancement and Innovations
Research and Academic Work Production and Dissemination
Continuing Professional Development
Quality and Safety Improvement Practices
Global Competitiveness & Marketing
Regulatory, Peer, & Ethics Review  
  STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES   INITIATIVE TARGETS MEASURE
1. Training Enhancement and Innovations        
2. Research and Academic Work Production and Dissemination Standardized Training in Research Methodology, Publication, and Research Presentations   All Radiology Trainees (Residents and Fellows), and Radiologists interested in Research Increased publication and both local and international dissemination of relevant research output
Translate research into practice
3. Continuing Professional Development Provide access to International Radiology journals and publications International Radiology Organizations (International Society of Radiology, RSNA, ESOR, AOCR) Corporate membership to International Radiology organizations
Access to international educational linkages, continuous and maintained access for all Filipino Radiologists
4. Quality and Safety Improvement Practices      
5. Global Competitiveness & Marketing International recognition and standards, global integration and collaboration   PCR (Radiologists and Trainees), International Radiology Organizations   PCR as an internationally recognized Radiology organization
6. Regulatory, Ethics, & Peer Review Optimize Radiology resources, manpower & equipment   All Radiology-trained, PCR Board and Non-Board Passers     Data registry of experts accessible in the different regions of the Philippines
PCR sponsored publications  

Strategic Objective 1: Training Enhancement and Innovations

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Short Term
2020
Medium Term
2021-2022
Long Term
2023-2024
     

Objective 2: Research and Academic Work Publication and Dissemination
Strategic Initiatives: Standardized Training in Research Methodology, Publication, and Research Presentations
Target: All Radiology Trainees (Residents and Fellows), and Radiologists interested in Research
Measure: Increased publication and both local and international dissemination of relevant research output and translate these research into practice

Short Term
2020
Medium Term
2021-2022
Long Term
2023-2024
Establishment of Research Committee which includes Training Officers and Consultants, with representation from carious chapters and specialty groups
PCR-sponsored Research and Presentation / Public Speaking Workshops
Radiology Training Curriculum to include Research
Incentivize / reward research initiatives and output
Separate Training Officer from Research Officer
Send Representatives to International Radiology Research Competitions
Creation of Electronic database of Filipino Radiology Research, with a full-time staff dedicated to this
At least five (5) local and/or international publications
Presentation (and use) of Filipino data
Filipino research studies being cited

Strategic Objective 3: Continuing Professional Development
Strategic Initiatives: Provide access to international radiology journals and publications
Target: International Radiology Organizations (International Society of Radiology, RSNA, ESOR, AOCR)
Measure: Corporate membership to international organization, access to international educational linkages, continuous and maintained access for all Filipino Radiologists

Short Term
2020
Medium Term
2021-2022
Long Term
2023-2024
Creation of Committee on Education to establish electronic
Library that will produce online linkages to journals and academic resources  
Membership to International Radiological Organizations Yearly updates and increase in number and extent of online linkages
Electronic Library placement on our PCR website  

Strategic Objective 4: Quality and Safety Improvement Practices
Strategic Initiatives:
Target:
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Short Term
2020
Medium Term
2021-2022
Long Term
2023-2024
     

Objective 5: Global Competitiveness and marketing
Strategic Initiatives: International recognition and standards, global integration and collaboration
Target: PCR (Radiologists and Trainees), International Radiology Organizations
Measure: PCR as an internationally recognized Radiology organization

Short Term
2020
Medium Term
2021-2022
Long Term
2023-2024
Update and upgrade PCR website
Create a pool of Local and International Speakers
Membership to International Radiology Organizations
Encourage Filipino Radiologists to take International competency/board examinations (Fellow of Royal College of Radiology
Revisit and revamp Residency Training in preparation for ASEAN Integration
Memorandum of Agreement for Foreign trainees
Link with Foreign (international) Radiology Societies
Webinars and on-line lectures
PCR to host International Meetings
Recognized Radiology Training

Strategic Objective 6: Regulatory, Ethics, & Peer Review
Strategic Initiatives: Optimize Radiology resources, manpower & equipment
Target: All Radiology-trained, PCR Board and Non-Board Passers
Measure: Data registry of experts to be accessed in the different regions of the Philippines Publication

Short Term
2020
Medium Term
2021-2022
Long Term
2023-2024
Create a database of Radiology graduates in different training institutions
Identify where and how they practice
Determine extent and degree of expertise of Radiologists  
Map the whereabouts of Radiology-trained PCR-Board and Non-Board passers     Research paper sponsored by PCR assigned in training institutions in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao with regards to resources, equipment, and radiology practice in the Philippines