Lecturer In Physiotherapy - School of Health Professions (Faculty of Health & Human Sciences)
Amanda graduated with a BSc (hons) in Physiotherapy from Kings College, London. As a Senior Physiotherapist she specialised in neurology accumulating experience in a range of settings (acute, rehabilitation, community and private sectors), including specialising in Spinal Cord Injuries at the National Spinal Injuries Centre, Stoke Mandeville.
Amanda undertook an MSc in Neurological Physiotherapy at University College, London, she first taught at Brunel University, London within the School of Health Sciences, moving to the School of Health Professions at Plymouth University in 2006. She has taught across the undergraduate Physiotherapy BSc programme in her specialist area of neurology. She is programme lead for MSc Advanced Professional Practice Neurological Rehabilitation a successful interprofessional programme for qualified health professionals which she led the validation of in 2008. Since 2013 Amanda has been the MSc Advanced Professional Practice lead overseeing a range of profession specific and interprofessional Masters programmes.
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Health Professionals Council
Association of Chartered Physiotherapists Interested in Neurology (ACPIN)
Multidisciplinary Association of Spinal Cord Injured Professionals (MASCIP)
Professional Development CPD Café
An opportunity to find out more about professional development opportunities and to talk about your individual needs.
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Philip Coulthurst CFG Law (part of the client first group),
Making a difference together in brain injury rehabilitation.
Bernhard Haas Plymouth University
How to make exercise work – barriers, facilitators and motivators
Victor A Vargas Vega VX9 International Consulting Group
Decoding the Face… Application of Facial Coding in real life.
Simon B Dickinson TalarMade Ltd
Maximising function for patients with a drop foot
Paul Spence PAUL For Brain Recovery
The importance of community based support & guidance after brain injury.