James Hill

Senior lecturer

School of Community Health and Midwifery

Brook Building, BB238

+44 (0) 1772 89 3658


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James is a registered physiotherapist with previous practice experience within exercise referral schemes. He has two honours degrees; one in Sports Science and one in Physiotherapy. He is currently undertaking an MSc in Health Informatics and is a Senior Lecturer within the School of Health where he specialises in learn-to-learn and student feedback. He also has a particular interest in the use of IT within education as well as database design.


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MSc Health Informatics, University of central Lancashire, 2013

PGCE Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Lifelong Learning) PG Cert, University of central, 2010

BSc Physiotherapy (hons), University of East London, 2008

BSc Sports science (hons), Lancaster University, 2006


Chartered Society of physiotherapy

Health professional Council


J. Hill, C. Smith. (2013). The application of a multifaceted method of feedback to enhance students' perception of feedback using video assignment brief and turnitin as part of a feed forward strategy, edulearn13 proceedings. Can be retrieved from here.