Dr Hilary Gunn
University of Plymouth
Lecturer in Physiotherapy at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and Physiotherapy placement co-coordinator. I am particularly involved with teaching of neurology, but also have expertise in other areas of clinical practice, including elderly care and falls management. I am clinical placement coordinator for the course. Alongside my teaching work I am actively involved in research, and completed my PhD in April 2015. My topic area is an investigation into accidental falls in multiple sclerosis. .
I gained my Graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy from the Queen Elizabeth School of Physiotherapy, Birmingham in 1990. Following this I spent two years completing a rotational post where I gained clinical experience in a variety of settings covering the range of ''''core'''' specialities in physiotherapy practice. My first senior post was specialising in medical respiratory care, including cardiac and respiratory rehabilitation programs, as well as working with patients in the acute stages following stroke and other neurological problems.
Subsequently I moved onto other posts with a greater focus on rehabilitation of patients with neurological disability and multi-pathology associated with ageing. I spent time working in an in-patient neuro-rehabilitation unit, then moved into a post working as a core member of a multi-disciplinary community rehabilitation team which specialised in the assessment and management of people with long term conditions (predominantly neurology) and complex needs. My most recent clinical post (2002-2005) was working as a locality lead physiotherapist, where I carried day-to day responsibility for the running of the physiotherapy service, as well as maintaining a clinical case load working with older clients, as both in-patients and in the community
Rehabilitation of balance and falls in MS: opportunities and challenges
Poor balance and falls are significant issues in MS, but there has been a lack of evidence-based guidance to inform practice. This talk will give an overview of the challenges and opportunities that research is suggesting may help us to support people with MS to optimise safe mobility.
EVEN MORE SEMINARS
Professor Jeremy Hobart Plymouth University
James S. Gyurke, Ph.D. ImPACT Applications, Inc.
The importance of data based decision making in concussion management
Dr Jenny Freeman Plymouth University
Rehabilitation strategies for progressive multiple sclerosis: an overview of evidence
Edoardo Sabatini and Edoardo Dal Pra EB Neuro
Multimedia Authoring & Management using your Eyes & Mind
Brad Westcott CortiCare
Seizure management and the latest in US Hospital Tele-EEG programs