Professor Jeremy Hobart
Consultant Neurologist and Professor in Clinical Neurology and Health Measurement
Jeremy Hobart is a Consultant Neurologist at Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, and Professor in Clinical Neurology and Health Measurement at the Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry. His clinical sub-specialist interest is the diagnosis and management of people with multiple sclerosis. His medical training was at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School in London, and neurology training was undertaken predominantly at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square. He is also President of the South Devon branch of the MS Society.
Jeremy's research interest is rating scales for measuring health outcomes. His training in health measurement and rating scale science has included a PhD in Psychometrics from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (Prof Donna Lamping), and post doctoral attachments to the University of Chicago (Prof Ben Wright) and, more recently, a secondment to Murdoch University Perth, Western Australia (Prof David Andrich) sponsored by a Royal Society of Medicine Ellison-Cliffe Travelling Fellowship.
By a combination of chance and design, this training means that Jeremy is one of only a handful of clinicians formally trained in rating scale science. He has led the development of a number of rating scales, has published widely in this area, and holds over £7 million in research grants.
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Bernhard Haas Plymouth University
Systematic Reviews: a basic guide
Angela Davies-Smith MSc, MCSP, SRP The Brain Centre, Southmead Hospital
Evaluation of an FES Service using WalkAide for people with Multiple Sclerosis
Bethel Osuagwu, Derek Jones Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research
Assessment of the orthotic and long-term functional gain of the SEM Glove in people with chronic spinal cord injury
Edoardo Sabatini and Edoardo Dal Pra EB Neuro
Multimedia Authoring & Management using your Eyes & Mind
Lynn Vale Ottobock Healthcare PLC,
Small Pulses, Active Support. The Benefits of Functional Electrical Stimulation