School of Health Sciences
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Heather has been course leader of the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy for three years. Her clinical background is in the cardio-respiratory field of physiotherapy, having spent the majority of her clinical years working with chronic respiratory patients, and on the Intensive Care Unit at Blackpool Victoria Hospital.
Heather has been working in undergraduate physiotherapy education since December of 2001. Her area of specialism is cardio-respiratory physiotherapy, but she has a keen interest in reflection and reflective practice, and the student experience of learning through clinical practice.
Heather has worked with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy on the development and implementation of an e-portfolio, as well as other continuing professional development activities with the society.
Heather has worked closely to maintain and develop links with physiotherapy colleagues in Finland.
1990 - Grad Dip Phys, Queen Elizabeth School of Physiotherapy Birmingham
2004 - MSc in Health Practice, University of Salford
2006 - Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, University of Central Lancashire
Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Registered Physiotherapist with the Health Professions Council
Responsible for teaching across the physiotherapy undergraduate course.