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Faculty of Health
School of Health Professions




            Clinical Research Centre
             For Health Professions




                 Annual Report
                        2003 – 2004




                               September 2004
Contents


Aims of the Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions .................................................................. 3
Staff of the Clinical Research Centre & School of Health Professions ................................................... 4
Structure of the Clinical Research Centre ................................................................................................... 6
Report from Director of Centre...................................................................................................................... 8
Research Consultancy and Research Grants Awarded 2003-2004...................................................... 10
Research Degree Students registered within the CRC ........................................................................... 11
Students registered for the Faculty of Health............................................................................................ 13
Professional Doctorate Programme in Health and Social Care ............................................................. 13
PhD Completions prior to September 2004 .............................................................................................. 15
External Research Student Supervision .................................................................................................... 16
Research Doctoral student external examinations .................................................................................. 17
Staff of the CRC registered as research degree supervisors................................................................. 18
Other academic staff – Research Interests............................................................................................... 20
Current and recently completed research by staff of the CRC............................................................... 23
   Research Themes..................................................................................................................................... 30
   Development of Science/Theory............................................................................................................. 30
       Science of Physiotherapy .................................................................................................................... 30
       Science of Podiatry ............................................................................................................................... 33
       Occupational Science........................................................................................................................... 34
   Research Into: Education/Training ......................................................................................................... 34
Books, articles and publications in other media 2003 ............................................................................. 37
Conference papers and poster presentations 2003................................................................................. 39
Books, articles and publications in other media 2004 ............................................................................. 43
Editorials 2004 ............................................................................................................................................... 44
Conference papers and poster presentations 2004................................................................................. 45
Research reports and publications available from the CRC................................................................... 48
Evidence of Esteem...................................................................................................................................... 49
Research Facilities........................................................................................................................................ 58
Academic and research links with other centres and agencies ............................................................. 59
   Links with local organisations and trusts ............................................................................................... 59
   Links with national organisations and trusts.......................................................................................... 60




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Aims of the Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions


Overall aim

To contribute to the development of a valid research base for the advancement of the
science and the art of the professions allied to medicine, locally, nationally, and
internationally.


Specific aims

    1. To provide a focus for clinical research in occupational therapy, physiotherapy and podiatry
       and thus contribute to an improvement in the quality of patient and client care.

    2. To respond to the clinical research needs of the community, the Health Service, the
       professions allied to medicine and associated industry.

    3. To increase the range of clinical research in occupational therapy, physiotherapy and
       podiatry.

    4. To encourage multidisciplinary approaches to research and patient care.

    5. To collaborate with other research units within the University and with relevant research-
       based units both nationally and internationally.

    6. To contribute to the body of knowledge on which the education of health professions is
       based.

    7. To form a focus for the generation of undergraduate and post-graduate research

The Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions, in keeping with Specific Aim 2, welcomes
inquiries from all agencies regarding potential research commissions and potential research
student registration. The Centre also welcomes sponsorship from those wishing to support the
growth of research within the allied health professions.


Please direct enquiries in the first instance to:
Miss Tracey Harrison, or Mrs Marilia Whittome
Research Administrators
Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions
Aldro Building, 49 Darley Road
Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN20 7UR, England
Tel: 01273 643647
Fax: 01273 643944
Email: t.l.harrison@Brighton.ac.uk
         mv46@bton.ac.uk


CRC Website : http://www.brighton.ac.uk/sohp/research/index.htm




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Staff of the Clinical Research Centre & School of Health
Professions
Clinical research Centre Core Staff

Director of the Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions
        Professor Ann Moore, PhD, GradDipPhys, FCSP, DipTP, CertEd, FMACP, ILTM
        Aldro Building
        49 Darley Road
        Eastbourne, BN20 7UR
        Tel: 01273 643766/643647
        Fax: 01273 643944
        E-mail: a.p.moore@bton.ac.uk
Reader
        Dr Beatrice Sofaer, PhD, BA, RCT, RGN

Senior Research Fellow
        Dr Janine Leach PhD, QTS, BSc (Hons)

Senior Research Fellow/Research Student Division Leader
        Dr Anne Mandy, PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons), DPodM, CertEd, ILTM

Research Fellow
       Mr Alan Hough, BA (Hons), GradDipPhys, MCSP,

Research Officers
       Ms Liz Bryant, BSc - (Musculoskeletal)
       Mr Mark Cage, BSc (Hons), MSc - (Education)
       Ms Carol Fawkes Lic.Ac. DO - (Osteopathy),
       Miss Lisa Hodgson BA (Hons) MA - (Older People)

Visiting Honorary Faculty Fellows
         Dr Carrie Britton, PhD, MSc
         Mr Christopher Mercer, MSc, GradDipPhys, MCSP
         Dr Terry Pountney, PhD, MA, MCSP
         Dr Anne Jackson, PhD, MCSP
         Mr Toby Smith, MSc, MCSP, MMACP

Research Administrators
       Mrs Marilia Whittome, PGDip PsyCouns, BSc (Hons), DipTran, MBPS, MIL
       Miss Tracey Harrison

School of Health Professions Core Staff

Head of School of Health Professions
       Ms Marion Trew, MSc, BA, MCSP, DipTP, ILTM

Academic Staff
      Mr Ivan Birch, MSc, BSc (Hons), PGCE
      Mrs Lynne Caladine, MSc, MCSP, DipTP, ILTM
      Mr Guy Canby, BSc (Hons), MCSP, MMACP,
      Dr Lesley Dawson, PhD, MSc, BA, DHSM, DipTP, MCSP, ILTM
      Ms Helen Fiddler, MSC, MCSP, CertEd, ILTM
      Mr Krishna Kishore Garikipati, MPT, BPT
      Dr Angela Glynn, PhD, Grad Dip Phys, MCSP
      Mrs Clair Hebron, BSc (Hons), MCSP, MMACP, ILTM
      Dr Virginia Jenkins, PhD, MSc, MCSP, DipTP, DipEd
      Dr Raija Kuisma, PhD, MSc, DipTP, PgDCPT, RPT,
      Mrs Jenny Lewis Smith, MSc, DipCOT, PGCE, SEDA (Leaving Sep 2004)
      Dr Linda Lovelock, PhD, BA (Hons), DipCOT


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        Dr Kevin Lucas, DPhil, BA, PGDipHEd, PGCertAP, RMN, RGN
        Ms Elaine MacDonald, MSc, BA, DipCOT,
        Ms Marion Martin, MA(Ed), BA (Hons), DipCOT,
        Mr Alistair McInnes, BSc (Hons), DPodM,
        Mrs Janet McInnes, BSc (Hons), DPodM,
        Mrs Jane Morris, MA, MCSP, PGCE, ILTM
        Mr Chris Murphy, BSc (Hons), MSc
        Mr Simon Otter, BSc (Hons), DPodM,
        Ms Nikki Petty, MSc, MCSP, MMPA, MMACP, ILTM
        Mrs Clare Pope, BSc (Hons)
        Ms Lucy Redhead, MSc, MCSP, PGCE, ILTM
        Ms Colette Ridehalgh, BSc (Hons), MSc, MMACP, PGCE
        Mrs Paula Riley, BSc (Hons)
        Mrs Caroline Robinson, MSc, DPodM, FCPods, (leaving December 2004)
        Miss Sarah-Jane Ryan, BSc (Hons)
        Dr Gaynor Sadlo, PhD, DipTCDHE, DipOccThy,
        Mrs Angela Simmons, MSc, BA, MCSP, CertEd, DipTP, ILTM
        Mrs Sharon Sneddon, Grad.Dip Phys
        Dr Kate Springett, PhD, FChS, DPodM, ILTM (leaving September 2004)
        Dr Graham Stew, DPhil, MA (Ed), ASCert Ed, CertEd, RNT, RGN, RMN, ILTM
        Ms Tracy Szekely, DipCOT, PGClDipFT, DipGer, CertEd
        Ms Nikki Todd, BSc (Hons), PGCE, DPodM,
        Ms Heidi Von Kurthy, MSc, BSc, CertEd
        Mr Graham Watts, MCSP, DipTP, CertEd, HND MechEng,
        Mrs Sue Wheatley, MA, DipCOT
        Ms Kitty Wingate, MSc, BSc (Hons), MCSP
        Mrs Tania Wiseman, MScOT, PGDipOT, PGCert, BSc (Hons), ILTM
        Mr Jon Wright, MSc, DipCOT, PGCE, ILTM
        Mr Daniel Yates, GradDipPhys, MCSP
        Ms Maria Young, BSc (Hons), RGN, MSc, PGCert

Principal Technician
        Mr Rob Jefford, ALD

Technicians
       Mr Corin Atrill
       Mr Jon Osborn
       Mr Glen Foley

School Administrators
       Miss Angela Carney
       Mrs Melissa Clarke
       Mrs Lisa Harford
       Mrs Sara Hester
       Miss Claire Jenner
       Miss Lisa Miles
       Mrs Nicky Pont

Administrators at Leaf Hospital
       Mrs Pam Hardy
       Mrs Sheila Holloway
       Mrs Valerie Roberts
       Mrs Jill Sprange




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Structure of the Clinical Research Centre


The Clinical Research Centre is led by Professor Ann Moore and is the central focus of the School
of Health Professions research activity. A School Research Strategy Committee consisting of
representatives from across the School's academic, research, administrative and technical staff
meets regularly in order to plan and support research related activities.

The School's Research Strategy Committee which meets three times a year, has responsibility for
planning research events, lectures and workshops which involve the Clinical Research Centre's
staff as a whole. In addition, the Committee is responsible for the strategic planning of research
activity within the School, planning developments of collaborative work and fostering links with
outside agencies, other research units within the Faculty of Health and research units in other
faculties and institutions.

A notable feature of the Clinical Research Centre is that it is a cross-division and multi-disciplinary
unit. This is seen very much as a strength of the Centre, drawing on parallels of multi-disciplinary
work undertaken in the clinical setting. Following internal discussions, the Centre has developed
various research strands to focus research interest and maximise research effort. These are:

Development of                         Policy/Practice                         Research into
Science/Theory                                                                 Education/Training
                                       Health
Occupational Science                   • Promoting                             Higher Education
• Justice                              • Maintaining                           • Problem- based learning
• Nature of occupation                 • Improving                             • Interprofessional learning
• Imbalance                                                                    • Electronic learning
                                       Treatment/Enablement                    • Practice Placement
Health Promotion                       • Effectiveness                             Education
                                       • Acceptability                         • Approaches to learning
Science of Physiotherapy               • Expectations
• Movement                             • Experiences                           Clinical Education
• Posture                                                                      • Students learning
• Function                             Therapeutic relationships
                                       Outcomes of treatment                   Learning in Clinical Settings
Science of Podiatry                    Patient information                     • Patients



Together these fundamental research strands encompass the research activities of the Centre
and form the basis of the Centre's Strategic Plan. Staff are encouraged to concentrate their
research efforts within these three major strands.

The staff of the Clinical Research Centre meet formally, as a group, three times a year for
workshops. Presentations, seminars and lectures for staff and student research development
are held monthly. Research seminars are held regularly at which students and staff can present
their own research ideas/findings to their peers. Regular research training and development
workshops are also facilitated within the Centre.

There is an emphasis within the Centre on facilitating quality output in those who are research
active and a recognition of the need to balance publication in academic journals with publication
in professional journals in order to maximise impact on professional practice.

A research ethos has been growing steadily within the professions allied to medicine and it is
recognised that the general research base of each of the professions will continue to enlarge
and strengthen.

Within the Centre research direction is carefully monitored by the Director of the Clinical
Research Centre and the members of the School's Research Strategy Committee. In addition,


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      research interests and developments are focused during Staff Development Reviews carried
      out on an individual basis by senior members of the academic staff. Details of staff research
      expertise can be found within this Annual Report

      During the 2003-04 session, there were 23 students registered for research degrees. This
      student figure includes 8 members of staff who are registered with the University of Brighton for
      PhD programmes. One full time overseas student registered for a PhD programmes
      commenced his studies in January 2004.

      The CRC is the academic home of the Faculty of Health’s new Professional Doctorate in Health
      and Social Care programme, encompassing six awards:

          o Professional Doctorate in Midwifery              o Professional Doctorate in Podiatry
          o Professional Doctorate in Nursing                o Professional Doctorate in Social
          o Professional Doctorate in                            Work
            Occupational Therapy
         o Professional Doctorate in
            Physiotherapy
The programme runs annually with a cohort of 20 part time students.

The CRC is one of 4 research centres located in the University of Brighton Faculty of Health, the others being:
Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research (CNMR), Health and Social Policy Research Centre (HSPRC),
Centre for Health Care Research a NHS R&D Support Unit (CHCR).




                                 CRC                        CNMR

                                              Faculty
                                                of
                                              Health


                                 CHCR                       HSPRC




The research centres within the Faculty enjoy the opportunities for close collaboration in all areas of research
activity




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Report from Director of Centre


Welcome to this year’s Annual Report celebrating the ongoing achievements of the academic staff, research
staff and research students in their related research activities.

After re-focusing the research themes of the school last year to include

    •   Development of Science & Theory
    •   Policy & Practice
    •   Research into Education & Training

We have additionally focused our major research topics within the first two themes to embrace “Wellbeing,
Health & Occupation in Older People’s Research” (WHOOP) and “Musculoskeletal Research”. We recognise
also emerging areas of research within occupational science, cardio-respiratory and neurological
physiotherapy.

This year saw the first run through of the Faculty of Health’s Professional Doctorate Programme, which is
based within the Clinical Research Centre. Twenty students commenced their studies in September 2003.
With an estimate of 386 years of experience present in one room when all the Professional Doctorate
students are present for lectures/workshops, discussion and debate was lively, challenging and diverse! This
exciting programme has been well evaluated and the programme has again fully recruited for the 2004-2005
session. We now have a waiting list of students wishing to study in 2005-2006.

Congratulations are due to Dr Graham Stew, the course leader for the Professional Doctorate programme,
who led the cohort through it’s first successful year and to all advisors and facilitators who contributed to the
smooth running of the programme. In addition to the Professional Doctorate student cohort, our cohort of PhD
students continue with their studies. Twenty two PhD students were registered this year and they were joined
in January by a new overseas full-time student from Nigeria, a Commonwealth Scholar, Mr Oluwaleke
Sokunbi, giving a total of twenty three PhD students registered. Progress has been good this year with four
students due to complete their studies this Autumn.

Autumn 2003 saw a successful bid for capability funding from HEFCE. This funding awarded to Allied Health
Professions and other emerging subject areas, scoring a minimum of 3b in the 2001 RAE, has enabled
substantial investment in research and research support staff. We have this year appointed to the following
posts on the back of capability funding

    •   Senior Research Fellow in Osteopathy, Dr Janine Leach
    •   Research Officer in support of Educational Research, Mr Mark Cage
    •   Research Officer in support of Musculoskeletal Research, Ms Liz Bryant
    •   Research Officer in support of WHOOP, Miss Lisa Hodgson

Capability funding will also contribute to the appointment of a Professor of Human Movement for the School of
Health Professions, we hope this appointment will be made early in 2005. The core research staff within the
Clinical Research centre, now number nine plus two full-time administrators. I would like to personally
welcome all new members of staff to the Clinical Research Centre, I hope that they will enjoy the challenges
of working within their new roles at the University of Brighton.

We have also appointed a full-time Research Officer, Ms Carol Fawkes and a new part-time Research
Administrative Assistant funded by the General Osteopathic council, British Osteopathic Association and all
Colleges of Osteopathy in the UK, to support the work of the National Council for Osteopathic Research.

Also in 2003, two hundred thousand pounds SRIF 2 monies were awarded to support research laboratory
infrastructure within the School of Health Professions. This money has enabled replacement of some older
pieces of equipment that were housed in the human movement laboratory and also facilitated the purchase of
additional ranges of research equipment to be housed both within the human movement laboratory and also
in the clinical research facility at the Leaf Hospital. A full list of equipment holdings are to be found in this
Annual Report.



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The Annual Report again this year, shows the ongoing activities of all staff within the School of Health
Professions. This year forty papers have been published/co-published by staff of the school. Nineteen staff
have contributed to conference programmes at national and international level with a total of sixty two peer
reviewed conference presentations being made, showing the impact that the University of Brighton Allied
Health Professionals are having on the national and international research and professional scenes.

Evidence of esteem are cited by thirty one staff, and this evidence again is to be found in this Annual Report,
of note is that eleven staff are frequently invited as keynote speakers at national and international
conferences, four staff are consistently operating at international level. The list of esteem factors is impressive
for a school which is largely teaching focused.

This has been a busy year for the Clinical Research Centre, with the National Council of Osteopathic
Research Centre being embedded into the Clinical research Centre itself, together with the interviewing and
appointment of a large number of new staff, the first run through of the Professional Doctorate programme in
Health & Social Care, an increasing number of research projects being undertaken and preparations already
commencing for the next RAE period.

The Research Centre itself is indeed in a period of growth and we expect two more research officers to join
the staff within the next eighteen months together with the Professor of Human Movement. All these new
appointments mean that the Clinical Research Centre is now bursting at the seams! in terms of office space.
A certain amount of creativity is needed in order to marry our growth in human resources with our
geographical potential for expansion.

I hope you enjoy reading this report.


Professor Ann Moore
Director of the Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions




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Research Consultancy and Research Grants Awarded 2003-2004


Awarding Body           Researchers              Title of Project/Research                  Value

General Osteopathic    Ann Moore                 Osteopathic Research                       £190,000
Council on behalf of                             Development
British Osteopathic
Association and all
Colleges of Osteopathy
            st
UK. From 1 August 2003


Cuxon Gerard Activa     Kate Springett           Assessment of Powerstep                    £5,428.50
                                                 Orthoses

Surrey and Sussex       Anne Mandy               Investigation into attrition               £3,000
Strategic Health                                 rates of physiotherapy,
Authority                                        podiatry and occupational
                                                 Therapy students from
                                                 Practice between 1998 and
                                                 2004

Innovation Award        Anne Mandy               Development of a one handed                £1,500
University of           Samuel Lesley            wheelchair
Brighton

Sir Halley Stewart      Beatrice Sofaer          The effect of neuropathic pain             £13,345
Trust                                            on social engagement by
                                                 Older people

Private Practitioners   Ann Moore                The Development of a System of             £129,000
Education Foundation    George Olivier           Standardized Data Collection
                        (School of Pharmacy      for Private Practitioners in the
                        And Biomolecular         United Kingdom
                        Sciences)
                                                                                            ------------------

                                          Total funding 2003-2004                        £342,273.50


Personal grants to Research Students

Awarding Body           Researchers              Title of Project/Research                  Value

Chailey Heritage        Josephine Durkin         Powered Mobility study           £27,245
Fund – personal         Anne Mandy
Grant                   Carolyn Miller

British Council         Leke Sokunbi             The Physiological effects of exercise      1,400
                        Ann Moore                on low back pain patients
                        Peter Watt
                        (Chelsea School)
                                                                                            ------------------
                                          Total Personal grants Research Students           £28,645




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Research Degree Students registered within the CRC


Student                Supervisory Team                   Project Title

Mrs Cristina           Ms Marion Trew, DOS                The effect of a home based
Argel de Melo          Dr Drew Smith                      exercise programme on reducing
                       Dr Raija Kuisma                    falls in the elderly

Mr Ivan Birch *        Ms Marion Trew, DOS             The role of the subtalar joint during
                       Dr Ray Thomas                   walking
                       Prof Steven West
                       (University of West of England)
                       (Advisor)


Ms Elizabeth Bryant*   Ms Marion Trew, DOS                The effect of retirement and lifestyle
(EPRSC studentship)    Dr Alison Bruce                    changes on several physiological
                       Dr Drew Smith                      parameters related to falling
                       Dr Raija Kuisma


Miss Karen Burgess     Dr Gaynor Sadlo, DOS         An investigation of how intrinsic
                       Dr Sandra Winn       motivating factors impact on the
                       Dr Alec Grant                purposefulness of occupations
                                                    of clients in a forensic mental
                                                    Health setting

Mrs Lorna Couldrick    Dr Gaynor Sadlo, DOS         Exploration of the role occupational
                       Dr Kevin Lucas               therapy with clients who experience
                       Ms Marion Trew       sexual difficulties secondary to
                                                    disability or disease

Mr Eduardo Cruz        Miss Nikki Petty, DOS              Experts' clinical knowledge in
                       Dr Graham Stew                     managing low back pain patients

Miss Joanne Dear       Prof Ann Moore, DOS                Exercise and Low Back Pain
                       Dr Kevin Lucas


Ms Josephine Durkin    Dr Anne Mandy , DOS                Development of a child led
                       Prof Carolyn Miller                assessment tool for powered
                                                          mobility users

Ms Cynthia Formosa     Dr Anne Mandy DOS                  The effectiveness of current Maltese
(starting Sep 2004)    Dr Kate Springett                  Education programmes in increasing
                       Mrs Carmel Keller                  diabetes related knowledge and
                                                          improving short term patients outcomes
                                                          Inpatients suffering from type 2 diabetes in
                                                          Malta

Mr Alan Hough *        Prof Ann Moore, DOS                Peripheral nerve dynamics
                       Dr Mark Jones                      imaged by ultrasonography




Student                Supervisory Team                   Project Title



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Mrs Fiona Jones         Dr Anne Mandy , DOS                Key factors which influence
                        Dr Cecily Partridge                resumption of activity and participation in daily life
                                                           following stroke

Mr Edwin Lee            Prof Ann Moore, DOS                Musculoskeletal Complications
                        Dr Mark Jones                      for Naso-pharyngeal Cancer
                                                           Patients and Physiotherapeutic Management

Mr Ian Marsh            Dr Gaynor Sadlo, DOS               Psychological occupational therapy
                        Dr Graham Stew                     interventions for suicidal clients
                        Dr Alec Grant

Ms Marion Martin*       Dr Gaynor Sadlo, DOS               The phenomenon of boredom
                        Dr Graham Stew

Mr Mohammed Naser       Prof Ann Moore, DOS                Physiotherapy Management
                        Dr Gail Louw                       of low back pain in Palestine
                        Dr Lesley Dawson

Mr Neil Osborne         Prof Ann Moore, DOS                Eye-neck co-ordination training
                        Dr Drew Smith                      in the rehabilitation of chronic neck
                        Dr Jeff Baghurst                   pain patients

Mr Simon Otter *        Dr Kate Springett, DOS             Podiatry outcome measures in early
                        Dr Kevin Lucas                     rheumatoid arthritis
                        Prof Ann Moore

Mr Oluwaleke Sokunbi Prof Ann Moore, DOS                   The Physiological effects of exercise
                     Dr Peter Watt                         on low back pain patients

Ms Lucy Redhead *      Ms Marion Trew, DOS                 The role of muscle activity in
                       Prof Fred Maillardet                shoulder instability

Ms Tanja Stamm          Dr Linda Lovelock, DOS Occupational Balance from a
                        Dr Gaynor Sadlo               Multicultural Perspective
                        Dr Graham Stew

Mr Jon Wright *         Dr Gaynor Sadlo, DOS               Flow: Management and clinical
                        Dr Graham Stew                     application


All students indicated with an * are members of staff of the School of Health Professions
DOS = Director of Studies




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Students registered for the Faculty of Health
Professional Doctorate Programme in Health and Social Care
(Housed at the Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions)

2nd Year Students
Student                 Advisor                 Research Student   Professional Doctorate
                                                Division           Title

Carol Bell              Dr Val Hall             INAM               Midwifery

Gill Berry              Prof Sue Balloch       SASS                Social Work
(suspended)

Sheila Conachy         Dr Kay Aranda            INAM               Nursing

Mairgread Ellis        Dr Gail Louw             CRC                Podiatry

Donna Glover           Dr Anne Mandy            CRC                Podiatry

Linnette King          Dr Jackie Bentley        INAM               Nursing

Janet McFadyen         Dr Tom Lewis            INAM                Nursing

Heidi Mok               Dr Huguette
                        Comerasamy              INAM               Midwifery

Mary Morley             Dr Lesley Dawson        CRC                Occupational Therapy

Karen Pain              Dr Liam Clarke          INAM               Nursing

Nikki Petty             Dr Lesley Dawson        CRC                Physiotherapy

Caroline Robinson      Dr Charlotte Ramage     CRC                 Podiatry
(Leaving Dec 2004)

Parivash Sheppard       Prof Julie Scholes      INAM               Nursing
(suspended)

Carroll Siu            Dr Jackie Bentley       INAM                Nursing

Mandy Stevenson         Dr Huguette
                        Comerasamy              INAM               Midwifery

Elizabeth Still        Prof Julie Scholes       INAM               Nursing

Sally Venn              Dr Gaynor Sadlo         CRC                Occupational Therapy

John Veto               Dr Kate Springett       CRC                Podiatry

Sharon Wright          Dr Alec Grant           CRC                 Occupational Therapy
(suspended)
19 students (3 suspensions) - 2004-2005 cohort




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1st Year Students

Student                 Advisor                       Research Student   Professional
                                                      Division           Doctorate Title

Susan Adams             Dr Charlotte Ramage           INAM               Nursing

Alison Blake            Dr Phil Mandy                 CRC                Podiatry

Susan Bush              Dr Anne Mandy                 CRC                Physiotherapy

Josh Cameron            Dr Angie Hart                 HSPRC              Occupational

Joanne Gladwin          Prof Ann Moore                CRC                Physiotherapy

Julia Graham            Dr Virginia Jenkins           CRC                Physiotherapy

Bernadette Henderson    Dr Angela Glynn               CRC                Physiotherapy

Margaret Hewett         Dr Raija Kuisma               CRC                Physiotherapy

Thea Hindmarsh          Dr Anne Mandy                 CRC                Occupational Therapy

Marion Main             Dr Anne Mandy                 CRC                Physiotherapy

Carol McCrum            Prof Ann Moore                CRC                Physiotherapy

Deborah McGreevy        Dr Kay Aranda                 INAM               Nursing

Angelith Meyers         Dr Kevin Lucas                CRC                Nursing

Pippa Philipson         Dr Liam Clarke                INAM               Occupational Therapy

Catherine Plowright     Prof Julie Scholes            INAM               Nursing

Ann Price               Dr Catherine Cabellero        INAM               Nursing

Mary Sexton             Prof Ann Moore                CRC                Physiotherapy

Helen Stanley           Prof Julie Scholes            INAM               Nursing

Liz Stephens            Dr Hugette                    INAM               Midwifery
                        Comerasamy

Anne VIccars            Prof Val Hall                 INAM               Midwifery

Lisa West               Dr Alec Grant                 INAM               Nursing




21 Students – Cohort 2004-2005




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PhD Completions prior to September 2004


Student               Year of       Supervisory Team            Project Title
                      Completion

CRC Students:

Charlotte Hawkins     1999          Professor Ann Moore, DOS    A study of the treatment
                                    Professor Fred Maillardet   of metatarsus adductus
                                    Professor Michael Whiting   and the prevalence of
                                    Dr Linda Lang               spontaneous resolution


Carrie Britton        2001          Professor Ann Moore, DOS    Families’ experience of
                                    Professor Alan Tomlinson    health care programmes in
                                    Professor John Sudgen       the home related to the
                                                                Management of Juvenile
                                                                Idiopathic arthritis.

Michael Troke         2001          Professor Ann Moore, DOS    Motion analysis of the
                                    Professor Fred Maillardet   Lumbar Spine

Julie Gripton         2002          Dr Kate Springett, DOS      Development and
                                    Mrs Valerie Williamson      validation of the foot
                                    Mr Bob Sang                 health and activities
                                                                Questionnaire, a first
                                                                Generation podiatric
                                                                Outcome measure for
                                                                Determining quality of
                                                                Life

Teresa Pountney       2002          Dr Anne Mandy, DOS          The effect of postural
                                    Dr Paul Gard                management of hip
                                    Dr Elizabeth Green          dislocation in children
                                                                with cerebral palsy

Saleh Oraibi          2002          Dr Lesley Dawson, DOS       Rehabilitation at home
                                    Professor Ann Moore         following stroke in Jordan
                                    Professor Sue Balloch


Lucy Goldby           2003          Professor Ann Moore, DOS    Physiotherapy management
                                    Ms Marion Trew              of chronic low back pain
                                    Professor Jo Doust,

Other Institutions/Schools

Deirdre Hurley 2003          Professor Ann Moore                Acute Low Back Pain:
Belfast University                                              Effectiveness of
                                                                Manipulation Therapy &
                                                                Interferential Therapy

A Boswell             2004          Dr Beatrice Sofaer          Quality of care and quality
INAM, University of                                             of life in elderly nursing
Brighton                                                        Homes and residential
                                                                care




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External Research Student Supervision

In Process


Student/             Programme   Supervisor          Project Title
Institution

Miss Phil Commons    PhD         Dr Lesley Dawson    Social factors influencing
Leeds University                                     the training of therapists
                                                     around disability
                                                     in Bangladesh


Ms Catherine Mulcahy MPhil       Dr Anne Mandy       An investigation into how
HSPRC,                                               children with complex and
University of Brighton                               multiple disability and their
(withdrawn 2004)                                     parents and care staff
                                                     experience of the provision of
                                                     postural management services and
                                                     equipment


L McCann             PhD         Dr Kate Springett   Tissue changes resulting from
University College                                   the surgical treatment of
Northampton                                          pathologies and defects of
                                                     he plantar skin using
                                                     Radio frequency electro surgery and
                                                     curettage




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Research Doctoral student external examinations


Student/                  Programme   Examiner              Project Title
Institution


M A Bent                  PhD         Dr Gaynor Sadlo       Problem based learning
University of Sheffield                                     and reflective practice
UK

J A Hides                 PhD         Professor Ann Moore   Multifidus Muscle
University of                                               Recovery in Acute Low Back Pain
Queensland, Australia

D Rivett         PhD                  Professor Ann Moore   Vertebral artery blood flow
University of Otago                                         during pre-manipulative testing
New Zealand                                                 of the cervical spine


G Zito                  Mres          Professor Ann Moore   A musculoskeletal profile
University of Melbourne                                     of headaches
Australia

L Danniels                PhD         Professor Ann Moore   Evaluation and rehabilitation
University of Gent                                          of functional spinal stability
Belgium

C Flynn                 PhD           Professor Ann Moore   The clinical recognition of
University of Melbourne                                     lumbar intersegmental
Australia                                                   instability

C Darborne               PhD          Professor Ann Moore   Upper limb tensions tests
University of East Anglia
UK

B Wand          PhD                   Professor Ann Moore   Developing, testing and
Brunel University                                           refining a physiotherapy model
UK                                                          of care for acute low back pain.

R Hills                   PhD         Professor Ann Moore   Patient satisfaction with
Kings College                                               outpatient physiotherapy : An
London University                                           examination of the needs and
UK                                                          expectations of patients with acute
                                                            and chronic musculoskeletal
                                                            conditions.

A Pool-Goudzwaard         PhD         Professor Ann Moore   Biomechanics of the Sacroiliac
Erasmus University                                          Joints and the Pelvic floor
Holland




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Staff of the CRC registered as research degree supervisors
Areas of expertise

Dr Lesley Dawson
        Education of physiotherapists in the Middle East
        Training clinical supervisors/multidisciplinary
        Management training of physiotherapists
        Multi-disciplinary education in health care
        Impact of personality on learning and practice
        Impact of culture on learning and practice

Dr Angela Glynn
       Pulmonary rehabilitation
       COPD
       Restrictive lung disorders
       Exercise Testing
       Home exercise programmes
       Non invasive ventilation
       Exercise in older people
       Respiratory muscle strength

Dr Virginia Jenkins
        Psychology
        Ergonomics
        Client/physiotherapist relationships

Dr Raija Kuisma
        Students assessment of their learning
        Community physiotherapy
        Aquatic activities and balance
        Balance performance, mobility and activities/exercises of older people

Dr Janine Leach (since May 2004)
        Osteopathy
        Cancer

Dr Linda Lovelock
        Ageing, cognition, ADL
        Elder abuse
        Assessment of older people
        Occupational balance

Dr Kevin Lucas
        Health/Social psychology
        Cigarette smoking; adolescent health
        Health behaviours in pregnancy; parenting skills
        Public health/epidemiology
        Health promotion/education; social cognition modelling
        Social identity and behaviour
        Addictive behaviours
        Social cognition models

Dr Anne Mandy
       Mood measurement, anxiety, depression
       Putative role of Angiotensin II in the aetiology of depressive disorders
       Burnout in healthcare professions
       Health Psychology
       Children with Cerebral Palsy
       Occupational Stress and Burnout




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       Healthcare Professionals attitudes towards ageing


Professor Ann Moore
       Low back pain
       Automobilisations/exercise therapy for the spine
       Musculoskeletal therapy
       Patient focused research
       Spine motion analysis
       Outcome measurement in outpatient physiotherapy services
       Clinical education
       Clinical audit
       User perspectives of Healthcare
       Standardised data collection

Ms Nikki Petty
       Manual Therapy – Learning spinal manual therapy on forces applied in manual therapy.

Dr Gaynor Sadlo
       Occupational science
       Problem based learning
       Role of carers in rehabilitation
       Education of occupational therapists within the European
       Context
       Curriculum design

Dr Beatrice Sofaer
        Pain management; acute, chronic
        Counselling pain patients
        Cultural issues in health
        Ethical issues

Dr Kate Springett
        Ultrasound imaging of skin
        Gait analysis and podiatric biomechanics
        Skin biomechanics
        Tissue viability
        Shared learning for health professions
        Evidence based practice

Dr Graham Stew
       Mental Health
       Change Management
       Reflective Practice
       Inter-Professional Education

Ms Marion Trew
       Analysis of human movement
       Exercise and older people




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Other academic staff – Research Interests

Mr Ivan Birch
        Stabilometry
        Gait
        Physiology
        Force and pressure measurement
        Education and assessment
        Subtalar joint biomechanics

Ms Liz Bryant (from August 2004)
        Effects of exercise
        Ageing on muscle and bone
        Joint range of motion
        Balance and functional performance
        Wellbeing and Health and occupation in Older People

Mr Mark Cage (from August 2004)
       Education

Mrs Lynne Caladine
       Assessment of muscle 'strength'
       Professional fitness for purpose
       Assessment of body composition using computed tomography
       Assessment of work based learning and clinical competence
       Clinical education and competence

Mr Josh Cameron
       Work related needs of users of inpatient psychiatric services
       Model of Human Occupation Occupational Therapy Assessment Tools.

Mr Guy Canby
       Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Ms Carol Fawkes
       Research methods to facilitate research into the efficacy of osteopathy
       Research into safety and adverse events in healthcare
       Whiplash and osteoporosis

Ms Helen Fiddler
       Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation
       ECMO Monitoring
       Skills and competency in relation cardio respiratory
       Respiratory physiotherapy

Mr Kishore Garikipati
       Acute affects of four commonly practiced static stretching durations on Spastic Hypertonia in
       Stroke patients

Mrs Clair Hebron
        Lumbar stability and multifidus activation
        Spine motion analyser - lumbar rotation

Mr Alan Hough
        Spinal motion analysis
        Coupled motion in the lumbar spine
        Soft-tissue characteristics and motion measured by ultrasonography
        Peripheral nerve dynamics




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Ms Lisa Hodgson
        Older People

Mrs Jenny Lewis Smith (leaving September 2004)
       Experiential learning
       Innovation in learning and teaching
       Online / E-learning
       Continuing professional development

Ms Elaine MacDonald
        Use of art in Occupational Therapy
        Adult Mental Health

Ms Diana Martin
       Musculoskeletal dysfunction

Ms Marion Martin
       Clinical education and competence
       Fieldwork education/supervision
       Use of occupations in forensic psychiatry
       Multi-disciplinary collaboration
       Reflective practice
       Multi-professional education
       Problem based learning
       Occupational deprivation

Mrs Jane Morris
       Models of clinical education
       Interprofessional learning in the clinical setting

Mr Chris Murphy
        3D motion analysis of spinal movement using CODA

Mr Simon Otter
       Foot pressure measurement
       Podiatric rheumatology

Mrs Clare Pope
        Lateral Epicondylitis
        Whiplash
        Sports Injury

Ms Lucy Redhead
       The shoulder biomechanics

Ms Collette Ridehalgh
        Vibration threshold testing / neurodynamics
        Views of students and tutors of clinical visits

Miss Sarah-Jayne Ryan
       Hydrotherapy
       Low back pain exercise

Ms Angela Simmons
      Information technology
      Physiology
      Manual Handling

Ms Sharon Sneddon
       Critical care,




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        General and vascular surgery

Mrs Tracy Szekely
       Community based rehabilitation
       Elderly mental health

Ms Nicky Todd
       Diabetic foot ulcers
       Industrial footwear

Heidi Von Kurthy
        Occupation and Occupational Therapy in a mental health
        in-patient unit

Mr Graham Watts
       Academic Practice
       Electrotherapy

Ms Sue Wheatley
       Agenda 21 and health service user consultation

Ms Kitty Wingate
        Neurological Physiotherapy
        Interprofessional teamwork

Mrs Tania Wiseman
       Occupational Balance and Motherhood
       Occupational Balance and Respite care
       Occupational Balance and Parkinson ’s disease

Mr Jon Wright
       Coping styles in RA
       Flow theory
       Shared learning

Mr Daniel Yates
       Neurological Rehabilitation

Ms Maria Young
       Low level laser therapy
       Corns and callus
       Footwear
       Plantar warts




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Current and recently completed research by staff of the CRC

Research Theme Policy
& Practice
Dr Carrie Britton       CHOICES for Families of Children with Arthritis

                        CHOICES is a parent lead charity set up in 2002, by Dr Carrie
                        Britton, a parent carer and Occupational Therapist, following
                        completion of her PhD. The project was based at the Clinical
                        Research Centre, School of Health Professions University of
                        Brighton. This involved 46 families attending the JIA Clinic at Great
                        Ormond Street Hospital, London. During the first year, CHOICES
                        produced a pilot practical guide for families and a website
                        ‘www.kidswitharthritis.org’. The handbook was awarded the ARC
                        prize by the National Association of Rheumatology Occupational
                        Therapists in 2004. The main focus of 2004 was to launch at fun and
                        learning’ workshops for families of children with arthritis. We aim to
                        get evidence based, parent relevant information free to families, and
                        enable families to live positively with childhood arthritis and to assist
                        professionals to understand the lives of families in order to deliver
                        effective care and support.

Dr Angela Glynn         The effectiveness of Home and Outpatient based pulmonary
                        Programmes in restrictive and obstructive ventilatory disorders

                        This study investigates the effectiveness of Pulmonary rehabilitation
                        programmes in subjects with restrictive ventilatory disorders such as
                        scoliosis. The effectiveness of an unsupervised Home PR
                        programme is compared to an outpatient group programme in
                        Restrictive & Obstructive subjects. Outcome measures used; Shuttle
                        walking distance, incremental treadmill testing (VO2max), and QOL
                        measures. This study is in collaboration with Dr Anita Simonds at
                        The Royal Brompton Hospital, London

Dr Angela Glynn         The Effectiveness of Home and Outpatient Based Pulmonary
Dr Anita Simonds        Rehabilitation Programmes in Restrictive and Obstructive
                        Ventilatory Disorder.

                        This is a PhD project that questions ‘Does PR work in Restrictive
                        Ventilatory disorders’ ‘What is the effect of programme delivery
                        Home vs OP’ and ‘Exercise physiology/limitations in restrictive
                        subject’. QOL measures

Ms Marion Trew          The role of the spouse in the rehabilitation of persons following
Dr Gaynor Sadlo         stroke

                        The first stage describes physiotherapists and occupational
                        therapists' experiences of carer involvement in rehabilitation. A
                        quantitative study.




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Professor Ann Moore             A sixteen centre study of physiotherapy management of cervical
Mrs Carol Groom                 dysfunction
(Mid Kent Healthcare Trust)
Physiotherapy managers from     Research took place to develop a suitable data collection tool for
16 trusts in the South Thames   use in outpatient physiotherapy services, specifically those involving
Region                          the management of spinal dysfunction. The tool has been used to
                                collect considerable amounts of baseline clinical and management
                                data and this data has been evaluated and analysed in detail and
                                has informed subsequent research and audit projects.


Professor Ann Moore             Development of a Standardized Data Collection System for Private
Dr George Olivier               Physiotherapy Practitioners

                                This commissioned work will involve the development of
                                relevant data collection methods for private practitioners and
                                will include a qualitative element which will explore private
                                practitioner’s feelings and attitudes towards standardized
                                data collection. The work is due to commence in November 2004.


Professor Ann Moore             The efficacy of varied models of clinical/fieldwork education.
Mrs Jane Morris
Ms Marion Martin                This study compared the benefits/disadvantages of supervision
Mrs Victoria Crouch             of students in the clinical/fieldwork setting using a 1:1, 1:2 and
                                1:3 ratio of educator to students. A full report has been published
                                by the University of Brighton and articles have now appeared in
                                relevant professional journals


Professor Ann Moore             Development of a wellbeing, health & occupation centre for older
Lisa Hodgson                    people in the Eastbourne area
Members of WHOOP
(Wellbeing, Health &            This long term project will be based on a series of small scale
Occupation in Older People’s    research projects which will firstly collect base line data in relation to
Research Group)                 the local population of older people in and around Eastbourne area.
                                This base line data collection study will then be followed by a series
                                of qualitative studies which will be planned and implemented in
                                association with older people in the community and will aim at
                                identifying whether there is a need for such a centre within the
                                Eastbourne area. If such a need exists, then what purpose the
                                centre would serve and how it might function will be explored. It is
                                envisaged that the findings of all research projects undertaken within
                                the university can be disseminated to older people through the
                                centre and that the establishment of the centre, will enable more
                                large scale projects to be planned in association with older people,
                                not only in Eastbourne, but also in Brighton, Worthing and Hastings
                                areas. An application for CUPP funding is currently taking place.

Mr Steve Bunce                  Ultrasound imaging of trunk muscle activity
Professor Ann Moore
Mr Alan Hough                   This study investigated the abdominal muscle activity of subjects
                                with and without low back pain. Diagnostic ultrasound was used
                                to observe and measure the muscle activity during the function of
                                standing and walking. Reliability studies have been published and
                                a full paper is due to be prepared for publication this Autumn.




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Professor Ann Moore             Development of a patient focused outcome measurement tool for
                                outpatient physiotherapy services
Veronica Evans, (Midlothian
Hospital’s PCT), Toby Smith,    This tool is designed to be used in association with already
(Princess Alice Hospital,       developed standardised data collection forms. The tool is still in it’s
Haywards Heath, Guy Canby,      development and refinement stages but has already involved the
(Hove Polyclinic) Jenny         interviewing of a number of patients suffering from musculoskeletal
Barfield, (Conquest Hospital,   dysfunction a 36 item tool has been developed which will now be
Hastings), Chris Mercer,        tested for sensitivity, reliability and validity in local Trusts in the
(Worthing & Southlands          South of England. The tool is currently being piloted in a PCT in
Hospital Trust), Julie Burge,   Edinburgh
Marco Roncietti, (Maidstone
Hospital Trust)

Guy Canby                       A study is being planned which will explore the factors impacting on
Professor Ann Moore             the quality of the patient/therapist interaction in musculoskeletal
                                physiotherapy settings


Dr Carrie Britton               Families' experience of healthcare programmes in the home
Professor Ann Moore             related to the management of Juvenile Chronic Rheumatoid Arthritis.
                                (JCA)

                                This project set out to ascertain the families' view of healthcare
                                programmes available in the home in managing Juvenile
                                Chronic Arthritis. This was a PhD study which was completed
                                in March 2001. Since 2001, Dr Britton has developed a Charitable
                                Trust called “Choices” which provides information and support to
                                parents of children affected by JCA. The Charitable Trust’s website
                                and also the booklet produced by Dr Britton has proved to be very
                                popular, both in the United Kingdom and also internationally. Dr
                                Britton and Professor Ann Moore are currently developing a project
                                which will explore further the families’ experiences of dealing with
                                JCA. It is hoped that this new project will be supported by CUPP
                                fundings.

Dr Lucy Goldby                  A randomised controlled trial comparing the long term effect
Professor Ann Moore             of exercise in the treatment of chronic low back pain.
Ms Marion Trew
Professor Jo Doust              Using a randomised controlled trial, this study compared three
(University of Aberystwyth)     strategies for the management of chronic low back pain,
                                reflecting current physiotherapy practice in the UK. The study
                                demonstrated the efficacy of physiotherapy and the management of
                                low back pain, but also that group spinal stabilisation
                                exercises were the most efficient management package.
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Dr Kevin Lucas                  The educational experience of students from non-traditional
Mrs Janet McInnes               backgrounds

                                The current Government has set a challenging target for all higher
                                education institutions: 50 per cent of 18-30 year olds should
                                participate in higher education by the year 2010. In particular, three
                                groups of potential students are considered in a policy which has
                                become generally known as ‘widening participation’. Whilst some
                                existing and planned legislation concerns the needs of two of these
                                groups (students with disabilities and students from ethnic
                                minorities) the third group of potential students involved in this policy
                                is less well supported by current legislation. This group consists of
                                students who come from socio-economic backgrounds in which
                                entry higher education is not the norm. This study is concerned with
                                the lived experience and needs of students from this latter group,
                                and in particular with students who are the first members of their
                                families to enter higher education.

Dr Beatrice Sofaer              Chronic Pain Management by older people
(University of Brighton)
Professor I Holloway            The study has now been completed. The aims of the research were
(Bournemouth University)        specifically designed to promote self-management of chronic pain by
Professor A Moore               older people and to encourage them to avoid reliance on health
(University of Brighton)        services.
Dr J Lamberty                   Participants were recruited through two pain clinics in East Sussex
(Brighton & Sussex University   and West Sussex. Sixty three people over the age of sixty years and
Hospital Trust)                 their spouse, partner or carer were interviewed at home as part of a
Dr S Thorp                      qualitative study to ascertain the practical difficulties they faced from
(Brighton & Sussex University   day to day in relation to being in pain. The interviews were
Hospital Trust)                 transcribed and analysed using thematic analysis. A feedback day
Dr J O’Dwyer                    for participants was held in October 2003.
(Worthing & Southlands NHS      Forty two women and twenty one men participated. All the
Trust)                          participants expressed frustration about their mobility and inability to
                                perform many activities. Striving to maintain independence was one
                                of the main themes identified. There was a variety of strategies used
                                in an effort to overcome being disabled by chronic pain, including the
                                use of a plethora of practical items. Learning to pace daily activities
                                and trying to avoid social isolation were found to be important.
                                Almost all respondents reported that helping other people was a
                                factor in boosting their own morale.
                                The results provide insights into the practical and social issues
                                experienced by older people who suffer chronic pain. Subsequently,
                                a booklet ‘Pain in later years: practical ideas to help you cope’ was
                                published by the CRC with the assistance of a grant from the Sir
                                Halley Stewart Trust.
                                The research has been presented to conferences locally, nationally
                                and internationally and articles are currently in preparation for
                                submission to academic journals.

Ms Helen Fiddler                An evaluation of the pathway to health project - Eastbourne Borough
                                Council

                                This project was undertaken in collaboration with Oxford University
                                to evaluate the new pathway to health scheme sited on the seafront
                                in Eastbourne from a user’s perspective.




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Dr Raija Kuisma              Balance Performance of Elderly Recreational Swimmers (2001-date)

                             This study was conducted with 60 elderly recreational swimmers
                             who were swimming regularly at least three times a week. Their
                             balance performance using the Kisler force plate, strength of
                             quadriceps and plantar flexor muscles using Cybex isokinetic
                             dynamometer, flexibility using sit-and –reach test and zipper-test
                             and functional performance using up-and-go test were measured.
                             (Results under review)

Dr Virginia Jenkins          Physiotherapy-client relationships

                             This study established the attachment style of a sample of
                             physiotherapy students using the Adult Attachment Interview
                             schedule. The influence of attachment on their ability to interact with
                             patients is investigated by correlating these findings with patients'
                             ratings of the students' interaction skills.

Ms Marion Trew               Modernising Pre-registration Education for Allied Health Professions
Dr Graham Stew
                             The two year project “Modernising Pre-registration Education for
                             Allied Health Professions” was completed this summer. It was
                             originally commissioned by the local Workforce Development
                             Confederation, and the aims were to identify clinical areas where
                             inter-professional learning (IPL) for under-graduate students was
                             taking place. Survey and case study methods were used to
                             investigate a number of placements where IPL was occurring, and
                             three types of educational activity were described. The implications
                             for clinical educators, students, academic staff and curricula are
                             explored in the final report, and future work may be planned with the
                             support of the Sussex and Surrey Strategic Health Authority.

Ms Marion Trew               Parkinson’s' Disease and Exercise
Bernhard Haas
                             This study aims to design a test battery for parameters of patients
                             with Parkinson’s' Disease, and to design and evaluate an
                             appropriate exercise intervention programme for patients' with
                             Parkinson’s' Disease

Ms Josephine Durkin          How do children with multiple and complex disabilities learn
Dr Anne Mandy                to drive powered wheelchairs?
Professor Carolyn Miller
(Centre for Nursing and      This is an observational study to investigate how non-disabled
Midwifery Research)          toddlers and children with complex/multiple disabilities
                             purposefully navigate around their environment in a vehicle in
                             order to identify training strategies for children with
                             complex/multiple disabilities.

Dr Anne Mandy                Undergraduate sources of stress. Validation of the student sources
Dr Paul Tinley               of stress questionnaire.
(Charles Sturt University)
                             This international project aims to validate a source of stress
                             questionnaire that has been trialled in podiatry and physiotherapy
                             students in Australia and the United Kingdom




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Dr Anne Mandy                Multi centre trial to investigate the use of lying supports on
Dr Terry Pountney            quality of sleep and pain in children with cerebral palsy
(Chailey Heritage)
                             This multi centre trial involves 3 centres in the UK, and will
                             investigate the quality of sleep and pain in children with cerebral
                             palsy when using lying supports.

Dr Anne Mandy                Key factors which influence resumption of activity and participation
Mrs Fiona Jones              in daily life following stroke.
(St George Hospital
London)                      This project aims to explore individual's beliefs and perceptions
Dr Cecily Partridge          of disability, and to identify domains of importance to each
(University of Kent at        patient. Analysis of qualitative data and literature aims to
Canterbury)                  ascertain key factors which may facilitate empowerment and self
                             responsibility. An augmented programme of rehabilitation will be
                              designed to incorporate these key factors of importance and a
                             clinical trial will be set up to compare the augmented programme
                             with 'standard' rehabilitation.

Dr Anne Mandy                The Development and Use of a wheelchair for use by people with
Mr Samuel Lesley             one hand.

                             This project has involved the development of a wheelchair using a
                             novel foot plate steering mechanism and is particularly aimed at
                             stroke patients. Early results indicate that this wheelchair is more
                             ergonomically efficient and easier to drive than standard issue NHS
                             wheelchairs.

Dr Anne Mandy                A Study to Investigate Healthcare Students Attitudes Towards
Dr Paul Tinley               Ageing
(Charles Sturt University)
Dr Karen Mueller             This international three centre study is investigating the attitudes to
(North Arizona University)   ageing of Occupational Therapists, Podiatrists and Physiotherapists
                             in each year of study. In addition, all first year students will be
                             involved in a longitudinal study to measure changes in attitude
                             throughout their professional education.

Dr Anne Mandy                Destination of Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, & Podiatry
                             Students after qualification.

                             This study aims to investigate where newly qualified students and
                             students qualified for up to five years work after qualification. It is
                             also investigating whether perceptions of professional practice within
                             the NHS and other employment agencies are being met


Ms Terry Pountney            Effectiveness of postural management in promoting ability and
Dr Anne Mandy                reducing deformity in children with cerebral palsy.
Dr Paul Gard (Pharmacy)
Dr Elizabeth Green           A two phase study to establish a relationship between postural
(Chailey Heritage)           management interventions and hip dysplasia and to determine
                             whether the incidence of hip dysplasia and the necessity
                             for surgery can be reduced.




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Mrs Caroline Robinson   'Lavender oil and its use as a topical agent in wound-care'.
Dr Kate Springett
Dr Andrew Lloyd         This ongoing collaborative research focuses on the clinical use of
(Pharmacy, SPBS)        essential lavender oil as a topical agent in wound management. The
Dr Moira Harrison       beneficial effects associated with the topical use of lavender include
(Pharmacy, SPBS)        its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial activity. These positive clinical
Dr Gary Phillips        outcomes seemingly conflict 'in vitro' evidence, that essential
(Pharmacy, SPBS)        lavender oil is cytotoxic to cells involved in the wound healing
                        process. Work continues to explore this apparent discrepancy
                        between clinical findings and the effects of lavender oil on cell
                        cultures 'in vitro’.

Mrs Caroline Robinson   Evaluation of changes in plantar pressures following cheilectomy in
                        the surgical management of Hallux Limitus

                        Patients are seen pre and post operatively and assessment carried
                        out to evaluate pain, joint range of motion and plantar pressures.
                        The patients all undergo a cheilectomy procedure for the correction
                        of Hallux Limitus.


Dr Kate Springett       Secondary wound care dressing
S Mikholovsky
(School of Pharmacy)    This is a collaborative study involving the two schools within the
                        Sylvie Hampton (TVCS) University of Brighton together with an
                        industrial partner.

Dr Kate Springett       Interprofessional Education and Impact on Clinical Practice
Dr Graham Stew
Dr Lesley Dawson        NHS policy states that students through NHS bursaries should
Mr Jon Wright           participate in shared learning, during their undergraduate courses.
Mr Ivan Birch           Some years ago, the University of Brighton, Faculty of Health’s
                        response to this was, using the limited contemporary advice and
                        literature, to place student nurses, midwives, physiotherapists and
                        podiatrists together for subject areas that were common for each
                        course. Module and course evaluation and comments from staff
                        were such that further investigation of this mode of learning was
                        warranted.

Mr Eduardo Cruz         Expert’s clinical knowledge in low back pain
Miss Nikki Petty
                        This study aims to determine the organisational concepts of the
                        clinical knowledge of the expert physiotherapists when treating low
                        back pain.



Mr Simon Otter          Podiatry outcome measures in early Rheumatoid Arthritis
Dr Kate Springett
Professor Ann Moore     The aim of this study is to determine the nature and extent of foot
Dr Kevin Lucas          pathology in early RA to examine existing pedal outcome
                        measures (used singly or in combination) and determine their
                        applicable in early RA to develop and validate foot measures to
                        assess disease activity in early RA




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Research Themes

Development of Science/Theory
Science of Physiotherapy

Professor Mike Troke        The production of a normative database of lumbar spine motion
(University of York)        using the OSI CA6000 Spine Motion Analyser
Professor Ann Moore
Professor Fred Maillardet   This project aimed to produce a comprehensive 3-dimensional
(Faculty of Science and     normative database for the ranges of motion and patterns of
Engineering)                movement in the lumbar spine in subjects aged from 16 to 85 years.
Mr Alan Hough               Data was collected and analysed in 10-year age bands and across
                            socio-economic groupings to ensure that the data covered a broad
                            spectrum of adolescents and adults. This normative database is
                            about to be published in the Manual Therapy Journal and expected
                            to be invaluable to clinicians working both in the NHS and in the
                            private healthcare sector and will be used as an objective baseline
                            for assessing abnormal ranges of motion and patterns of movement
                            and outcomes of therapy in symptomatic low back pain patients.

Professor Mike Troke        Validity studies using the Spine Motion Analysis system and
(University of York)        conventional single plane x-ray.
Professor Ann Moore
Mr Alan Hough               Work has been carried out using symptomatic patients to assess the
                            validity of the Spine Motion Analysis system against an alternative
                            method of measuring ranges of motion, those being single plane x-
                            rays. The study has now been published.

Professor Mike Troke        An investigation into possible vocational influences on lumbar spine
(University of York)        ranges of motion and patterns of movement in a selected
Professor Ann Moore         occupational group

                            This study concentrated on the effect of training programmes on
                            male subjects in the occupational group of fire fighting. A
                            longitudinal study took place to monitor any possible carry over
                            effects of training programmes and of general patterns of work and
                            was reported in a series of publications.

Professor Mike Troke        Intra- and inter- operator reliability of the OSI CA6000 Spine Motion
(University of York)        Analysis System in the measurement of cervical range of movement
Professor Ann Moore                           .
Mr Alan Hough               Following successful conclusion of lumbar spine studies using
                            the SMA, full inter- and intra- operator reliability studies for the
                            SMA when used on the cervical spines have been carried out.
                            Mean ranges of motion and standard deviations have been
                            obtained from these results and analysis of variance has been
                            used to calculate inter-class correlation coefficients as an
                            indication of reliability and to establish the repeatability of the
                            results. Results obtained during these reliability studies will
                            form the foundation work for the establishment of a
                            normative database of ranges of motion and patterns of
                            movement in the cervical spines of asymptomatic subjects.




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Mr Alan Hough                   Peripheral nerve dynamics imaged by ultrasonography.
Professor Ann Moore
Dr Mark Jones                   This is a pioneering study, which is investigating longitudinal as well
(Faculty of Science &           as transverse movements of neural tissue in the upper limb during
Engineering)                    active physiological movements.


Ms Lucy Redhead                 The role of selected muscle activity in shoulder stability
Ms Marion Trew
Professor Fred Maillardet       The aim of this study was to investigate muscle activity around the
(Faculty of Science &           gleno-humeral joint both in terms of muscle strength and muscle
Engineering)                    activation patterns. Data collected from normal individuals has been
                                compared to that from patients with signs of gleno-humeral
                                instability. The data has been analysed to determine the effect on
                                joint biomechanics of any variations from the normal pattern of
                                muscle activity.

Ms Nikki Petty                  Examination of spinal and peripheral accessory joint movements
Dr Chris Maher                  towards a new grading system
( University, Sidney)
Dr Jane Latimer                 This project looked at developing a new grading system following
( University of Sydney)         examination of spinal and peripheral accessory joint movements.
Dr Michael Lee                  The project was being carried out in collaboration with colleagues at
                                University of Sydney, Australia


Miss Nikki Petty                Manual examination of accessory movements
Dr Jane Latimer
( University of Sydney)         This project looked at the accuracy of the theoretical concept which
Mr Chris Maher                  therapists use when examining accessory movements
( University of Sydney)
Mr Michael Lee
( University of Sydney)

Mrs Clair Hebron                Effects of different exercise regimes on multifidus muscle
Mr Alan Hough
Professor Ann Moore             This study aimed to compare the incidence of asymmetry in
                                multifidus muscle bulk in subjects who have never had back pain
                                with those who have previously suffered back pain

Dr Lesley Dawson                Evaluation of the expertise of Chartered Physiotherapists on
Ms E. Carrington                overseas postings in developing countries
Mrs. A Hinchcliffe
                                This study aims to interview members of the IS4CP SIG of the CSP
                                on returning to the UK after a posting to a developing country in
                                order to investigate if their education and training fitted them for
                                practice in another culture.

Dr Kate Springett               Ultrasound imaging in children with cerebral palsy
D Browning (Chailey Heritage)
                                This proposed study is in the early stages of development. It
                                aims to establish whether pre-clinical signs of tissue
                                degeneration can be identified using the non-invasive method of
                                ultrasound imaging. Prevention being better than cure, this
                                would allow early start of appropriate management aimed at
                                reducing incidence of pressure ulcers in children with cerebral
                                palsy.




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Dr Saleh Oraibi         Stroke patients in the community in Jordan
(Hashemite University
Jordan)                 This qualitative study investigated the perception of stroke patients
Dr Lesley Dawson        in Jordan and the lived experiences of stroke patients and their
Professor Ann Moore     carers in the community. As such the study has provided a number
Professor Sue Balloch   of recommendations for the development of
(HSPRC)                 acute community health services in Jordan for stroke patients.

Ms Diana Martin         Electromyographic evaluation of the activation levels of temporal
                        sequence of the gluteus maximus, the biceps femoris, erector
                        spinae muscles during the prone hip extension test

                        This study investigates the temporal sequence of the gluteus muscle
                        in extension during exercise and looks at the differences found
                        between normal individuals and patients with low back pain




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Science of Podiatry
Mr Ivan Birch         The effects of gait on Functional Electrical Stimulation in children
                      with hemiplegia
                      The study sets out to investigate the effects of gait on Functional
                      Electrical Stimulation when used in children with hemiplegia.


Mr Ivan Birch         The Role of the Subtalar Joint during Walking
Ms Marion Trew
Dr Ray Thomas         This PhD study sets out to develop the CODA movement analysis
                      system as a method of assessing sub-talar joints during gait

Ms Maria Young        The use of low level laser in the clinical management of plantar
Mr Ivan Birch         warts

                      This longitudinal, randomised clinical trial was designed to
                      investigate both the effect of low level laser light on plantar warts,
                      and the acceptability of this therapy to the patient as compared to
                      that of other commonly used therapies.


Mr Simon Otter        Foot pressure measurement in rheumatoid arthritis

                      Twenty five subjects with rheumatoid arthritis were used, aged
                      between 5-10 years and 25. Age and sex matched controls were
                      used to compare plantar foot pressure patterns.




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Occupational Science

Ms Marion Martin            The Phenomenon of Boredom
Dr Gaynor Sadlo
Dr Graham Stew              Part one of this study is a phenomenological exploration of boredom,
                            to investigate the antecedents, the experience itself, and strategies,
                            which people employ to overcome it. The participants are a range of
                            people from the general population
Mr Jon Wright               Flow: Process and clinical application
Dr Gaynor Sadlo
Dr Graham Stew              This project evaluates the theoretical construct of flow and the
                            Current measurements of 'flow'. It seeks to understand and
                            describe the phenomenon of 'flow, examining the relationship
                             between 'flow' and mental health/wellbeing and examines the
                             relationship between 'flow' and schizophrenia.


Dr Linda Lovelock           Occupational balance and perceived health
Jackie Bentley
(Brisbane, Australia)       A questionnaire study looking at the relationship between current
Tim Dunn                    occupational balance, ideal occupational balance and perceived
(Auckland, New Zealand)     health in Occupational Therapists from 4 countries
Inger Wallerbert (Sweden)


Mrs Lorna Couldrick         An exploratory study into the role of occupational therapy with clients
Dr Gaynor Sadlo             who experience sexual difficulties secondary to disability or disease.
Professor Lena Borell
(Karolinska Institute,      This study explores the disparity between the espoused holistic
Sweden)                     approach of occupational therapy and potential sexual issues
                            occurring for clients.

Dr Gaynor Sadlo             Occupational Skills in Occupational Therapy in Europe
Marie Chantell Noel
(Bordeaux, France)          This project identifies what skills are learnt in current
                            programmes throughout Europe and their purpose, in a time of
                            increasing pressure to fill programmes with more ‘theory’ of
                            occupation. The project uses surveys, participant observation,
                            school visits, personal reflections, and workshop data. It is due
                             to report in Spring 2004




Research Into:
Education/Training




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Dr Kate Springett              Perceived impact of interprofessional learning on clinical practice: a
Dr Lesley Dawson               multidisciplinary and longitudinal study
Dr Graham Stew
Mr John Wright                 This qualitative study involved the use of questionnaires and focus
                                                        rd
                               group interviews with 3 year degree students
                               in Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Nursing and Midwifery.



Dr Lesley Dawson               Shared learning in health care and its influence on practice.
Dr Kate Springett
Dr Graham Stew                 Questionnaire and focus group interviews with third year
Mr Jon Wright                  students in physiotherapy, podiatry and nursing and midwifery.


Mr Simon Otter                 Inter-Faculty learning and teaching - A pilot study between
Mrs Caroline Robinson          podiatry and pharmacy schools.
D James (School of Pharmacy)
M Allen (School of Pharmacy)   This study aims to evaluate a joint pharmacy and podiatry
G Davies                       clinical placement.
(School of Pharmacy)
Dr Graham Stew



Miss Nikki Petty               Accuracy of feedback during training of passive accessory
Dr Tim Bach                    intervertebral movements.
(La Trobe University,
Melbourne)                     This project looks at accuracy of model feedback to enable
Ms Liz Cheek                   students to learn a manual therapy examination and treatment
                               procedures.


Mrs Jenny Lewis Smith          A longitudinal study into the promotion of practice development and
                               lifelong learning independent learning through the use of an
                               independent learning module

                               Data gathering and analysis of a module at masters level which
                               promotes autonomous learning skills.


Mrs Jenny Lewis Smith          What Kind of Learning?
Professor Tom Bourner
(Brighton Business School)     EdD Research Project evaluating the terms applied in the past which
                               are now subsumed into the term “Autonomous Learning”.
                               This project evaluated terminologies applied over the last twenty
                               years and then went on to explore the means by which tutors can
                               promote pathways to autonomous learning in students.




Mrs Jenny Lewis Smith          Assessing Reflective Learning
Professor Tom Bourner
(Brighton Business School)     EdD Research project which developed assessment criteria for
                               reflective learning at Masters level.
                               This project analysed tutor comments and sought to reveal the
                               implicit criteria which were applied in assessment of student




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                             portfolios. The conclusion of the project provided a set of
                             assessment criteria for reflective learning at master’s level which are
                             currently being applied and monitored on a range of Masters
                             modules.

Mrs Jenny Lewis Smith        How was it for you?
Professor Tom Bourner
(Brighton Business School)   EdD research project evaluating student and tutor experiences of
                             participation in or facilitation of online learning within the Faculty of
                             Health’s Graduate Programme in Health and Social Sciences.


Dr Gaynor Sadlo              Directory of problem-based learning in higher education.
Professor Charles Engel
(Institute of Education)     This is a survey of the extent and process of problem-based
                             Learning in higher education internationally.



Dr Gaynor Sadlo              The teaching of skills in Occupational Therapy programmes
Marie Chantell Noel          in Europe.
(Bordeaux, France)
                             Survey and ethnograph of how skills are managed in OT curricula in
                             six countries

Mrs Jane Morris              Facilitation of learning in collaborative models of physiotherapy
                             clinical education.

Dr Graham Stew               Modernising Pre-Registration Education for Allied Health
                             Professions Project -

                             A study of inter-professional learning in the clinical setting, funded by
                             the KSS Workforce Development Confederation (2002 - 2004)




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Books, articles and publications in other media 2003


Leach (nee Bell)
Robinson D, Bell CMJ, Basnett I, Moller H (2003) Effect of the UK government's two week target on
waiting times in women with breast cancer in South East England. British Journal of Cancer. 89:492-
496

Leach J (2003) How evidence-based is complementary nutritional advice for cancer patients? Focus
Alternative Complementary Therapy. 8:147

Leach J (2003) Where next for CAM research on cancer? Complementary Therapy Med. 11:199

Mandy A
Pountney T, Green E, Mandy A (2003) Study on the Reliability and limits of agreement in the
measurement of the hip migration percentage in children with cerebral palsy. Physiotherapy. 89(5):
276-281

Martin M
Martin M (2003) The foundation of good practice. In Couldrick L and Alred D (Eds) Forensic
Occupational Therapy. Whurr UK 11861563671

Crouch V, Moore AP, Morris J, Martin M (2003) Evaluation of Physiotherapy clinical education models.
Comparing 1:1, 1:2 and 1:3 placements. Physiotherapy Journal. 89(8): 489-501

Moore AP
Moore AP, Crouch V, Morris J, Martin M (2003) Evaluation of Physiotherapy clinical education models.
Comparing 1:1, 1:2 and 1:3 placements. Physiotherapy Journal. 89(8): 489-501

Morris J
Crouch V, Moore AP, Morris J, Martin M (2003) Evaluation of Physiotherapy clinical education models.
Comparing 1:1, 1:2 and 1:3 placements. Physiotherapy Journal. 89(8): 489-501

Otter S
Robinson C, Otter S, Bowen C (2003) Clinical misdiagnosis of Morton's Neuroma: a case of early
rheumatoid arthritis. British Journal of Podiatry. 6(3):85-87 1460

Otter S, Robinson C, James D, Allen M, Davies G, Stew G (2003) An Evaluation of an Inter-
disciplinary Joint Clinical Placement Between Podiatry and Pharmacy Students. Pharmacy Education.
3 94 0253-260

Robinson C
Robinson C, Otter S, Bowen C (2003) Clinical misdiagnosis of Morton's Neuroma: a case of early
rheumatoid arthritis. British Journal of Podiatry. 6(3) 85-87 1460 7328

Otter S, Robinson C, James D, Allen M, Davies G, Stew G (2003) An Evaluation of an Inter-
disciplinary Joint Clinical Placement Between Podiatry and Pharmacy Students. Pharmacy Education.
3 94 0253-260

Sadlo G
Borell L, Lilja M, Sviden GA, Sadlo G (2003) Chapter 7: Occupations and Signs of Reduced Hope. An
Explorative Study of Older Adults with Functional Impairments. MA Corcoran Geriatric Issues in
Occupational Therapy. A Compendium of Leading Research. Bethesda AOTA Press



Sadlo G, Richardson TE (2003) Approaches to Studying and Perceptions of the Academic
Environment in Students Following Problem-Based and Subject Based Curricula. Assessment and
Evaluation in Higher Education. 22(3)253-274 0729-4360




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Sadlo G, Van Bruggen H (2003) Editorial, Towards Ending Discrimination in Europe. British Journal of
Occupational Therapy. 66(9)387

Sofaer B
Sofaer B, Niv D, Devor M (2003) Don't Suffer in Silence": Information pamphlet on Pain for Pain
Patients and their Families. European Journal of Pain - EFIC Publications www.efic.org

Walker J, Sofaer B (2003) Randomised controlled trials in the evaluation of non-biological therapeutic
interventions for pain: the gold standard. NT research. 8(5)317-329

Springett K
Springett K, Whiting MF, Marriott C (2003) Epidemiology of plantar forefoot corns and callus and the
influence of dominant side. The Foot. 13:5-9

Springett K, White R (2003) Skin changes in the 'at risk' foot and their treatment. British Journal of
Community Nursing. 7 (12) 25-33

Trew M
Burden AM, Trew M, Baltzopoulos V (2003) Normalisation of gait EMGs: a re-examination. Journal of
Electromyography and Kinesiology. 13:519-532




Editorials 2003

Moore A P, Jull G (February 2003) Editorial Manual Therapy Journal.             Editorials and Scholarly
Debate.

Moore A P, (March 2003) Guest Editorial Manuelle Therapie 7, 1-2 Thieme Germany ISSN 4133-
2671

Moore A P, Jull G (2003) Editorial Manual Therapy. Master classes Reconsidered and Revisited.

Moore A P. Jull G (2003) Clinical Guideline Developments, Manual Therapy Journal 8 (4) 193-194




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Conference papers and poster presentations 2003

Birch I
Birch I (2003) Interprofessional Continuing Development - Could it ever happen? Free Paper. Learning
& Teaching Support Network, Centre for Health Sciences & Practice, 2nd National Festival of
Learning, Edinburgh, March 2003

Springett K, Birch I, Marriott C, Pepper M (2003) Ground reaction forces associated with plantar
forefoot callus formation. Free Paper. International Society and Posture Research, Sydney, Australia,
March 2003

Birch I (2003) The Structure & Function of the Human Foot - an evolutionary perspective. Invited
Speaker. The Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists, Annual Conference, London, October 2003

Birch I (2003) Continuing Professional Development - the current state of play. Invited Speaker.
Learning & Teaching Support Network, Centre for Health Sciences & Practice, 3rd National Festival of
Learning, Glamorgan, July 2003

Birch I (2003) Continuing Professional Development - benefit or burden? Invited Speaker. United
Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association, Education & Training Group Study Day, June 2003

Birch I (2003) Continuing Professional Development - where are we now? Invited Speaker. Learning &
Teaching Support Network, Centre for Health Sciences & Practice, Interprofessional Education
Special Interest Group Meeting, Derby, May 2003

Birch I (2003) Interprofessional Mentorship - what does it have to offer? Invited Speaker. Mentorship:
The key to effective learning, a one day conference, Brighton, May 2003

Birch I (2003) Professional Interface & Shared Language. Invited Speaker. Learning & Teaching
Support Network, Centre for Health Sciences & Practice, 1st National Festival of Learning, Bristol,
February 2003

Bryant E
Bryant E, Trew M, Smith A (2003) Is there a gender difference in balance ability in subjects
approaching retirement? 14th International World Confederation for Physical Therapy. Barcelona,
Spain, June 2003

Caladine L
Caladine L (2003) A National Framework for the Accreditation of Clinical Educators (Free Paper). 14th
International WCPT 2003, Barcelona, Spain (June 2003)

Davies S
Davies S, Dawson L (2003) Bridging the Gap or Filling the Holes. Post Congress Course for
Educators. Valencia, Spain, June 2003

Dawson L
Dawson L (2003) Cross-cultural barriers in evidence based practice. International Society of
Educators in Physiotherapy Conference on Fostering EBP: a cross-cultural educational perspective.
Valencia, Spain, June 2003

Oraibi S, Moore AP, Dawson L (2003) The impact of culture on the care of stroke patients in the
community. 14th International World Confederation for Physical Therapy. Barcelona, Spain, June
2003

Dawson L, Jones LE, Herbovna A, Gosling S (2003) Evidencing international collaborative working:
CSP/UNIFY twinning project. 14th International WCPT, Barcelona, June 2003

Davies S, Dawson L (2003) Bridging the Gap or Filling the Holes. Post Congress Course for
Educators. Valencia, Spain, June 2003




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Garikipati K
Garikipati K (2003) Recent trends in prevention, identification, intervention & rehabilitation of children
with disabilities (with specific reference to mental retardation). (Invited Guest Lecture). Rehabilitation
Council of India, (as part of CRE for rehabilitation professionals) at Tagore Hari Prasad Institute for
Mentally Handicapped, Dilshukhnagar, Hyderabad, India, 16th December 2003

Garikipati K (2003) Latest Trends in physiotherapy assessment & management of stroke patients.
(Invited Guest Lecture). CME, Indian Association of Physiotherapists A.P. branch, at CARE Hospitals
Hyderabad, India, 27th July 2003

Garikipati K (2003) Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation-Basic Techniques. (Invited Guest
Lecture). CME, Susruta Institute of Physical Medicine, Durgabai Deshmukh Hospital & Research
Centre, Andhra Mahila Sabha, Hyderabad, India, March 2003

Kuisma R
Gould JA, Kuisma R, Smith A, Lee R (2003) Three dimensional measurement of posture and
movements of the neck, shoulder and scapula. 14th International WCPT, Barcelona, June 2003

Kuisma R (2003) Is "As Good As" "Good Enough", Equivalence trials. Clinical Research Centre,
School of Health Professions, University of Brighton, 10th December 2003

Mandy A
Mandy A (2003) Post Discharge Support for Elective Hip Arthroplasty Patients. 14th International
WCPT 2003, Barcelona, Spain, June 2003

Mandy A, Saeter M (2003) Burnout and Self Efficacy in Norwegian Physiotherapists. 14th International
Congress WCPT 2003, Barcelona, Spain, June 2003

Moore AP
Moore AP, Petty NJ, Smith A (2003) The patient therapist relationship. Two hour workshop at OCPPP
Conference entitled "Backs to the Future", Hinkley

Moore AP (2003) The Physiotherapist as an Educator. Invited Speaker, Keynote Address. Prvi
Kongers Hrvatske Udruge Fizioterapeuta, Lovran, Croatia, October 2003

Moore AP (2003) Postgraduate Education for Physiotherapists. Invited Speaker, Keynote Address.
Prvi Kongers Hrvatske Udruge Fizioterapeuta, Lovran, Croatia, October 2003

Moore AP (2003) A Standardised Data Collection Tool for Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Outpatients
Services. Invited Speaker, Keynote Address. Prvi Kongers Hrvatske Udruge Fizioterapeuta, Lovran,
Croatia, October 2003

Moore AP (2003) Manual Therapists - Minds, Machines & Measurements. Invited Speaker, Keynote
Address. Prvi Kongers Hrvatske Udruge Fizioterapeuta, Lovran, Croatia, October 2003

Moore AP (2003) What is the Evidence for Manual Therapy. Greg Grieve Memorial Lecture, MACP
Clinical Interest Group, CSP Congress 2004

Sofaer B, Moore AP, Holloway I, Lamberty JM, Thorp TAS, O'Dwyer J (2003) Perceptions of Older
patients of prolonged waiting for a pain clinic appointment. Poster presentation. European Federation
of the International Association for the Study of pain chapters, Prague, September 2003

Oraibi S, Moore AP, Dawson L (2003) The impact of culture on the care of stroke patients in the
community. 14th International World Confederation for Physical Therapy. Barcelona, Spain, June
2003

Moore AP (2003) Keynote address on 'research and the Private Practitioners'. 14th WCPT
International Congress, 7th-2 June 2003, Barcelona.




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Moore AP (2003) Invited paper on 'A standardised data collection tool for Musculoskeletal
Physiotherapy Outpatients services'. 14th WCPT International Congress, 7th-12th June 2003,
Barcelona.

Hurley DA, Baxter GD, Moore AP, Dempster M, McDonough SM, (2003) Randomised Controlled Trial
of Interferential Therapy and Manipulative Therapy for Acute Low Back Pain: Differences in Usage of
Spinal Manipulation as a sole and Combined Treatment, Free Paper. 14th WCPT International
Congress, June 2003, Barcelona.

Otter S
Otter S (2003) Podiatry, outcome measures and early rheumatoid arthritis. British Society of
Rheumatology Annual Conference, Manchester, UK, April 2003

Petty N
Moore AP, Petty NJ, Smith A (2003) The patient therapist relationship. Two hour workshop at OCPPP
Conference entitled "Backs to the Future", Hinkley

Cruz E, Petty N, Stew G, (2003) Conceptual knowledge structures in expert physiotherapists when
managing low back pain patients. 14th WCPT Congress, Barcelona

Cruz E, Petty N, Stew G, (2003) Working Hypothesis of Expert Physiotherapists when managing low
back pain patients. 14th WCPT Congress, Barcelona

Robinson C
Robinson C (2003) 'Without compromise': a presentation to reflect on the potential conflict between
the expectations of professional bodies and the provision of postgraduate education in HE. The
Learning and Teaching Conference, University of Brighton, July 2003

Sofaer B
Sofaer B (2003) Job and Jesus: influences on expression chronic pain. South East Pain Group.
Brighton, UK, May 2003

Sofaer B (2003) Job and Jesus: influences on expression chronic pain. City University Cultural
Diversity in Health Care Conference, London, UK, February 2003

Sofaer B, Moore AP, Holloway I, Lamberty JM, Thorp TAS, O'Dwyer J (2003) Perceptions of Older
patients of prolonged waiting for a pain clinic appointment. Poster presentation. European Federation
of the International Association for the Study of pain chapters, Prague, September 2003

Springett K
Springett K (2003) Ground Reaction Forces associated with Plantar Callus Formation. Gait and
Posture Conference, Sydney, Australia March 2003

Springett K, Todd N (2003) Urgotulle: Applications in Podiatric Practice, Poster Presentation.
European Wound Management Association, Pisa, Italy, February 2003

Springett K, Birch I, Marriott C, Pepper M (2003) Ground reaction forces associated with plantar
forefoot callus formation. International Society and Posture Research, Sydney, Australia, March 2003

Springett K, Parsons S, Young M, Cheek E (2003) Hyperkeratosis in the foot, tissue viability and
ultrasound imaging: the risk at foot. Eurocon 2003, European Podology, Lucerne, Switzerland, 2003

Stew G
Cruz E, Petty N, Stew G, (2003) Working Hypothesis of Expert Physiotherapists when managing low
back pain patients. 14th WCPT Congress, Barcelona

Cruz E, Petty N, Stew G, (2003) Conceptual knowledge structures in expert physiotherapists when
managing low back pain patients. 14th WCPT Congress, Barcelona

Todd N




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Todd N (2003) Urgotulle Wound Dressing: Applications in Podiatric Practice. Society of Chiropodists
and Podiatrists Annual Conference, London, Free Paper

Springett K, Todd N (2003) Urgotulle: Applications in Podiatric Practice, Poster Presentation.
European Wound Management Association, Pisa, Italy

Trew M
Bryant E, Trew M, Smith A, (2003) Is there a gender difference in balance ability in subjects
approaching retirement? 14th International World Confederation for Physical Therapy. Barcelona,
Spain, June 2003




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Books, articles and publications in other media 2004

Hough A
Bunce S, Hough A, Moore AP (2004) Measurement of Abdominal Muscle Thickness using M-mode
Ultrasound Imaging during Functional Activities. Manual Therapy. 9(1):41-44

Lucas K
Mandy A, Saeter M, Lucas K (2004) Burnout and Self Efficacy in Norwegian Physiotherapists.
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. 11,6,250-7

Mandy A
Mandy A, Saeter M, Lucas K (2004) Burnout and Self Efficacy in Norwegian Physiotherapists.
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. 11,6,250-7

Mandy A (2004) Ageism and attitudes to ageing - implications for heatlhcare students. International
Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. 11, 6, 248

Mandy A, Milton C, Mandy P (2004) Professional Stereotyping and Inter-professional Education.
Learning in Health and Social Care. 3 (3) 164-170

Mandy A, Tinley P (2004) Comparison of Burnout and Occupational Stress in Australian and UK
Podiatrists. American Journal of Podiatric Medicine. 94:282-291

Martin M
Martin M, Morris J, Moore A, Sadlo G, Crouch V (2004) Evaluating Practice Education Models in
Occupational Therapy: Comparing 1:1, 2:1, and 3:1 Placements. British Journal of Occupational
Therapy. 67(5) 192-200

Moore AP
Hurley-Osing, McDonough S, Moore AP, Baxter DG (2004) A Randomized Clinical Trial of
Manipulative & Inferential Therapy for Acute Low Back Pain. Spine. in press for publication October
2004

Pringle E, Moore AP (2004) Stakeholder Perspectives on CPD i. Hong CS, Harrison(Eds) Tools for
Continuing Professional Development. Quay Books, MA healthcare Ltd, Wiltshire 104-118 185642-
250X

Bunce S, Hough, A, Moore AP (2004) The measurement of abdominal muscle thickness using
diagnostic ultra sound. Manual Therapy Journal. 9(1):41-44

Martin M, Morris J, Moore AP, Sadlo G, Crouch V (2004) Evaluating Practice Education Models in
Occupational Therapy: Comparing 1:1,2:1, and 3:1 Placements. British Journal of Occupational
Therapy. 67(5)192-200

Moore AP (2004) Principles of Patient Management (Chapter in Petty N J). Principles of Neuro
Musculoskeletal Treatment & Management. Churchill & Livingstone 325-355 0-443-07062-8

Morris J
Martin M, Morris J, Moore AP, Sadlo G, Crouch V (2004) Evaluating Practice Education Models in
Occupational Therapy: Comparing 1:1,2:1, and 3:1 Placements. British Journal of Occupational
Therapy. 67(5)192-200

Otter S
Otter S, Young A, Cryer J (2004) Biologic Agents used to Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis and relevance to
Podiatrists: A Practice Update. Musculoskeletal Care. 12 (1) 51- 59

Otter S, Bowen CJ, Young AK, (2004) Forefoot plantar pressures in rheumatoid arthritis. Journal
American Podiatric Medicine Association. 94 93 0 255-260




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Petty N
Petty N (2004) Letter to the Editor. Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy. 12(1):57-58

Sadlo G
Sadlo G (2004) Creativity and Occupation. Chapter 7 in M Molineaux (ed) Occupation for
Occupational Therapists. 1-4051-0533-X

Stamm T, Wright J, Sadlo G, Smolen J (2004) Occupational Balance of Women with Rheumatoid
Arthritis: A qualitative study. Musculoskeletal Care. 2(2)101-111

Sadlo G, Morel MC, Dehnerdt S, Ferreira M, Grayston SI, Le Granse, M, Roberts G, (2004) Practical
Skills in OT Education in Europe: Sharing Practice. . In Press

Martin M, Morris J, Moore AP, Sadlo G, Crouch V (2004) Evaluating Practice Education Models in
Occupational Therapy: Comparing 1:1,2:1, and 3:1 Placements. British Journal of Occupational
Therapy. 67(5)192-200

Sofaer B
Grace V, Sofaer B (2004) Reflections on the contribution of sociological research to the understanding
of chromic pain and in particular to the sex, gender debate. Special Interest Group Newsletter
International Association for the Study of Pain. In Press

Sofaer B (2004) Pain In Later Years: Practical Ideas to Help You Cope. University of Brighton

Springett K
Plummer J, Springett K (2004) Skin protection for use with caustics in Podiatric Practice: efficiency of
a polymer paint. British Journal of Podiatry. 7(3)68-70

Springett K (2004) Caring for the 'at risk' Foot. British Journal of Community Nursing. 18(2):16-25

Wright J
Stamm T, Wright J, Sadlo G, Smolen J (2004) Occupational Balance of Women with Rheumatoid
Arthritis: A qualitative study. Musculoskeletal Care. 2(2)101-111

Wright J (2004) Flow. in M Molineaux (ed) Occupation Matters.       1-4051-0533-X.

Young M
Young M (2004) The Development of critical reflection in the Health Professions (Occasional Paper
No 4). LTSN for Health Sciences Practice. 18-23 0-9542440-3-6



Editorials 2004

Anne Mandy
Mandy A, (2004) Ageism and Attitudes to Aging: Implications for Health care Students. IJTR, 11, 6,
248




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Conference papers and poster presentations 2004


Bryant E
Bryant EC, Trew M, Bruce AM, Kuisma RME, Smith AW (2004) Lower Limb Muscle Strength and
Activity Levels in People approaching Retirement. 6th World Congress on Aging and Physical Activity,
International Society for Aging & Physical Activity, Canada, 3rd-7th August

Cameron J
Cameron J (2004) Poster Presentation - Time to develop work related interventions for users of
inpatient psychiatric services. (Free Paper). College of Occupational Therapists, 28th Annual
Conference, Harrogate, June 2004

Garikipati K
Garikipati K (2004) Recent advances in stroke rehabilitation. (Invited Guest Lecture). CME, Evidence
Based Practices Physiotherapy, Susruta, Institute of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Hyderabad,
India, 8th March 2004

Hough A
Jones MP, Hough A (2004) Measuring Peripheral Nerve Motion using Doppler Ultrasound: Limitations
and Enhancements. Hong Kong University

Kuisma R
Bryant EC, Trew M, Bruce AM, Kuisma RME, Smith AW (2004) Lower Limb Muscle Strength and
Activity Levels in People approaching Retirement. 6th World Congress on Aging and Physical Activity,
International Society for Aging & Physical Activity, Canada, 3rd-7th August

Moore AP
Sofaer B, Moore AP, Holloway I, Lamberty JM, Thorp TAS, O'Dwyer J (2004) Perceptions of Older
patients of prolonged waiting for a pain clinic appointment. Poster presentation, Free Paper. Brighton
& Sussex Medical School Research Conference, Free Paper

Sofaer B, Moore AP, Holloway I, Lamberty JM, Thorp TAS, O'Dwyer J (2004) Involving Older People
in Research: Practical Issues faced by Older People who suffer Chronic Pain. Brighton & Sussex
Medical School Research Conference, Free Paper

Moore AP (2004) Physiotherapists & Research in the UK. Slovenian Association of Physiotherapists
8th Congress, Invited Speaker, 14th - 17th Jume, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Moore AP (2004) CPD& Physiotherapists in the UK. Slovenian Association of Physiotherapists 8th
Congress, Invited Speaker, 14th - 17th Jume, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Moore AP (2004) What is the Evidence for Manual Therapy? MACP Clinical Interest Group, Greg
Grieve Memorial Lecture, CSP Congress, 2004, Invited Keynote Speaker

Otter S
Otter S (2004) The use of quantitative ultrasound to diagnose osteoporosis in rheumatoid arthritis.
Poster. British Society for Rheumatology Special Interest Group BSR XXI Annual Meeting, Edinburgh

Petty N
Ridehalgh C, Greening J, Petty N (2004) Effect of straight leg raise examination and treatment on
vibration thresholds in the lower limb. 8th International Conference of Orthopaedic Manipulative
Therapists Conference, Cape Town




Ridehalgh C




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Ridehalgh C, Greening J, Petty N (2004) Effect of straight leg raise examination and treatment on
vibration thresholds in the lower limb. 8th International Conference of Orthopaedic Manipulative
Therapists Conference, Cape Town

Robinson C
Robinson C, Springett K (2004) 'Lavender: A safe topical antiseptic?' APMA, Annual Scientific
Meeting, Boston Massachusetts. Invited, August 2004

Sadlo G
Sadlo G (2004) Introduction: Humans as a creative species. 3rd Occupation UK Symposium,
Creativity for Health, University of Brighton, April 1st-2nd

Wright J,Sadlo G (2004) Challenge/Skills and Mindfulness: The conundrum of the Flow Process.
BSMS/BSUHT Research Day, University of Brighton, July 16th

Sadlo G (2004) Using Problem-based Learning to make Occupation matter in Education. Occupation
Matters, College of Occupational Therapy Conference, Harrogate, June 9th-11th

Sadlo G (2004) Promoting Skills development in European Occupational Therapy Higher Education.
European Occupational Therapy Congress, Athens, October 21st

Sadlo G (2004) Problem-based Learning - an effective system of higher education? Problem-based
Learning Conference, University of Sheffield, February

Sadlo G (2004) Using PBL with diverse students. Centre for Teaching and Learning Annual
Conference, University of Brighton

Sofaer B
Sofaer B, Moore AP, Holloway I, Lamberty JM, Thorp TAS, O'Dwyer J (2004) Involving Older People
in Research: Practical Issues faced by Older People who suffer Chronic Pain. Brighton & Sussex
Medical School Research Conference, Free Paper

Sofaer B, Moore AP, Holloway I, Lamberty JM, Thorp TAS, O'Dwyer J (2004) Perceptions of Older
patients of prolonged waiting for a pain clinic appointment. Poster presentation, Free Paper. Brighton
& Sussex Medical School Research Conference. Free Paper

Sofaer B, Holloway I, Lamberty J, Thorp TAS, O'Dwyer J (2004) Practical issues faced by older people
who suffer chronic pain: some similarities and some differences between men & women. Traditional &
Innovative Approaches to Pain conference, Sienna, Italy, September 2004

Sofaer B, Holloway I, Lamberty J, Thorp TAS, O'Dwyer J (2004) The World of Chronic Pain in Later
Years. Poster Presentation. BMA/BMJ Conference, Narrative Research in Health & Illness, London
September 2004

Springett K
Robinson C, Springett K (2004) 'Lavender: A safe topical antiseptic?' APMA, Annual Scientific
Meeting, Boston Massachusetts. Invited

Trew M
Bryant EC, Trew M, Bruce AM, Kuisma RME, Smith AW (2004) Lower Limb Muscle Strength and
Activity Levels in People approaching Retirement. 6th World Congress on Aging and Physical Activity,
International Society for Aging & Physical Activity, Canada, 3rd-7th August

Wright J
Wright J (2004) Occupation and Occupational Therapy, Keynote. National Occupational Therapy
Conference, Portugal

Wright J,Sadlo G (2004) Challenge/Skills and Mindfulness: The Conundrum of the Flow Process.
BSMS/BSUHT Research Day, University of Brighton




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Research reports and publications available from the CRC


Jones F (2000) Evaluation of a new Community Stroke Scheme. Project sponsored by East Sussex,
Brighton and Hove Health Authority. ISBN 1 901177 16 5

Pringle E (2000) "Pushing and open door" A stakeholder approach to developing CPD initiatives for
PAMs (professions allied to medicine) and clinical psychology. A project commissioned by Kent
Education Consortium and Sussex Education Consortium in collaboration with the University of
Brighton supervisor to the project - Professor Ann Moore and Canterbury Christchurch University
College. ISBN 1 901177262

Crouch V, Moore AP, Morris J, Martin M (2001) ‘An evaluation of clinical educational models for
occupational therapy and physiotherapy: comparing 1:1, 2:1 and 3:1 placement models’. Project
sponsored by Sussex Education Consortium. ISBN 1 901177 47 5

Fiddler H (2001) ‘Eastbourne's 'Pathway to Health' Walk Project: The impact of the signs on Walking
Behaviour. Phase Two Study: A Questionnaire Survey’. University of Brighton ISBN 1 901 177 521

Moore, A.P.(1996) ‘The Development of the Mid Kent & Brighton Outcome Measurement Tool for
Physiotherapy Outpatient Services’. Full Report. University of Brighton, Brighton ISBN 187196654X.

Moore, A.P (1997/98) ‘An Audit of the Outcome of Physiotherapy Intervention for Patients with Back
Pain Against Set Clinical Standards’. funded by The South Thames Clinical Audit Programme.

Moore, A.P (1999) ‘An Audit of the Outcome of Physiotherapy Intervention for Patients with Cervical
Spine and Dysfunction’. funded by The South Thames Clinical Audit Programme.

Sofaer B (2004) ‘Pain In Later Years: Practical Ideas to Help You Cope’. University of Brighton
ISBN: 1 901177 78 5




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Evidence of Esteem


Mr Ivan Birch
Journal Reviewing
Member of the review panel for papers submitted for publication in the 'Foot', Society of Chiropodists
and Podiatrists, Invited reviewer for motion analysis 'Medical Engineering and Physics'

Registration on a Higher Degree Programme
PhD, Clinical Research Centre, University of Brighton


Mrs Lynne Caladine
Journal Refereeing
Manual Therapy, an International Journal

Reviewing for scientific conferences/databases
WCPT - 2003

Research Related Internal Committee Membership
School Research Strategy Committee

Other Activities
Chair of CSP Steering Group for the Accreditation of Clinical 2002 Educators
On CSP Council (alternate) 2002
On CSP Council – Education Committee 2002


Mr Guy Canby
Journal refereeing
Manual Therapy Journal


Dr Lesley Dawson
Editorial board advisory board memberships
International Journal of Health Professions Research and Practice

Journal refereeing
Physiotherapy Journal

Research related external committee membership
Chair of Specialist Area, 14th International World Congress of Physiotherapy, Conference, June 2003,
Barcelona, Spain

Other activities
Educational consultancies in Kenya, Nepal and Bangladesh,
Research officer of International Support Group for Chartered Physiotherapists 2001 to present
President of International Society of Educators in Physiotherapy 1999 – 2003



Ms Carol Fawkes
Registration for Higher Degree Programme
MSc Healthcare Research Methods at St Bartholomew and the London Hospital




Mrs Helen Fiddler




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Journal Refereeing
Manual Therapy: An International Journal
Physiotherapy Research International


Mr Alan Hough
Research Related Internal Committee Membership
School Research Strategy Committee

Registration on a Higher Degree Programme
PhD, Clinical Research Centre, University of Brighton


Dr Angela Glynn
Journal refereeing
Physiotherapy Journal

Higher Degrees Awarded in the last year
PhD, Imperial College University, London, 2004


Dr Virginia Jenkins
Journal refereeing
Physiotherapy Journal

Grant reviewing
CSP


Dr Raija Kuisma
Journal Refereeing
Clinical Rehabilitation


Dr Janine Leach
Journal refereeing
European Journal Cancer
British Journal Cancer
Clinical Oncology,
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health

Grant reviewing
NHS Programmes HTA and R&D

Reviewing for scientific conferences/databases
UK Association of Cancer Registries
Thames Cancer Registry
Prince of Wales Foundation for Integrated Health Research Conferences

Research related external committee membership
Research Group ACCORD of the Prince of Wales Foundation for integrated Health
Research Director on Executive Committee of British Naturopathic Association
National Council for Osteopathic Research (NCOR)
Advisory Group for Back Pain BESR CAM guideline,



Dr Linda Lovelock
Journal Refereeing
British Journal of Occupational Therapy




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Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy
Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice

Grant Reviewing
Department of Health, Nursing and Allied Health Professions Personal Award Scheme

Research Related Internal Committee Membership
School Research Strategy Committee
School Ethics Panel
Wellbeing Health and Occupation in Older People’s Group


Dr Kevin Lucas
Journal Refereeing
Addiction, Anxiety, Stress and Coping: an international Journal
British Journal of Addiction
Journal of Health Psychology
British Journal of Psychology
Journal of Adolescence
Psychology and Health
Health Education Research: Theory and Practice
Health Psychology, Manual Therapy, Cochrane Collaboration

Grant Reviewing
DOH smoking R&D programme 2000-2003
Tobacco Addiction Review Group
Health Education Authority

Research related external committee membership
Scientific Committee on Tobacco and Health,
Department of Health,
British Heart Foundation
Member of British Heart Foundation Advisory Group on Smoking Prevention
Member of Healthwise (UK): Smoking Prevention Programmes for Adolescents in the North East

Research Related Internal Committee Membership
School Research Strategy Committee

Awards and external appointments
Honorary Member, Faculty of Public Health Medicine
Visiting Research Fellow in Health and Social Psychology (1994 - date), School of
Social Sciences, University of Sussex
Awarded Outstanding Author, MCB Publishing Literati Awards, 2000


Dr Anne Mandy
Editorial Advisor
The New Research Journal

Journal Refereeing
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation
British Journal of Podiatry
Physiotherapy Journal
Manual Therapy
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology
International Journal of Therapy & Rehabilitation


Reviewers for scientific conferences/databases
WCPT




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Research related external committee membership
Independent Peer Reviewer Chailey Heritage Clinical Services;
Peer Reviewer to Eastbourne District General Hospital Research and Development

Awards & external appointments
CHI Reviewer
External Examiner to Anglia Polytechnic University
University of Brighton Innovation Award 2004


Mrs Marion Martin
Journal Refereeing
British Journal of Occupational Therapy
Mental Health Today

Other activities:
Organised and chaired symposium, Creativity for Health, University of Brighton


Mrs Janet McInnes
Journal Refereeing
British Journal of Podiatry
Podiatry Now


Professor Ann Moore
Editorships
Executive editor Manual Therapy, an International Journal
The New Research Journal (Associate Editor)

Journal Refereeing
Physiotherapy Journal
Physiotherapy Theory & Practice
Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy
Manual Therapy, an International Journal
BMJ

Grant reviewing
Physiotherapy Research Foundation
Association for Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy Scholarship Committee
NHS Executive Eastern Secondary Care R&D
Enterprise Award Scheme
European Space Agency
Scottish Office, Health Executive

Reviewing for scientific conferences/databases
WCPT 2003 (World Congress of Physiotherapy) Review Co-ordinator
 st
1 International Conference on Movement Dysfunction, Edinburgh Scotland, Scientific Committee
2001
IFOMT, EEC, Touch Our Minds, Estoril, Portugal, Scientific Committee 2002,
European Physiotherapy Conference, Scientific Panel Reviewer, Physiotherapy European Education
Congress, Estoril, Portugal 2004



Research Related External Committee Membership
Facilitator, International Federation of Manipulative Physiotherapists, Strategic Planning 2 Day Event,
Antwerp, Belgium, September 2001
Chair of post registration endorsement panel CSP




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Chair of Whiplash Guideline Development Group CSP
Member of South Downs NHS R & D Committee
Member of Research Committee for Chailey Heritage Rehabilitation Centre
Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Scholarship Awards Panel
Member of Professorial assessment panel for Anglo-European Chiropractic College in association with
the University of Portsmouth
Member of East Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust R&D committee
Chair of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Professional Awards Panel
Member of Brighton and Sussex Universities Hospital Research Governance Liaison Group
Member of Worthing and Southlands Hospital Trust Older People Wellbeing Research Group.
Member of Eastbourne County NHS R&D Committee
Member of the DOH joint Ministerial Review Panel for teaching and research in primary care
Appointed Chair of the National Council for Osteopathic Research,
March 2003
Facilitator International Physiotherapy Private Practitioners Association strategic Planning Event 2004

Research related internal committee membership
School Research Strategy Committee, Faculty Research Strategy Committee,
Chair of course development team, Professional Doctorate Programme in Health and Social Care,
Faculty of Health
Member University Research Degrees Committee
University Research Strategy Committee

Awards & external appointments
Elected Member of the Anatomy Society, 2003
Chair of National Council for Osteopathic Research 2003
Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Kent at Canterbury
2000 to date
Fellowship of CSP 2000
Fellowship of the Manipulation Association of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, September 2003

Other activities
External examiner MSc Health Sciences and Professional Doctorate Programme, University of
Birmingham, 2002 to date
External Examiner MRes Programme Kings College London, University of Kent
Examiner of 10 PhDs – 3 in UK, 7 in Australia, New Zealand, Belgium & Holland
Keynote Addresses – 10 since 2001


Mrs Jane Morris
Research Related External Committee Membership
Member of the steering group for project funded by the Kent, Surrey & Sussex confederation: Higher
Education Institutes Mapping Clinical Placements
Member of Steering group for project Modernising Pre-Registration Education for Allied Health
Professions Project Physiotherapy contributor (South) Project

Research Related Internal Committee Membership
School Research Strategy Committee




Ms Nikki Petty
Editorial board advisory board member
International Advisory Board member of Manual Therapy Journal;
Board of Associate Editors for the Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy

Journal refereeing
Physiotherapy




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Manual Therapy,
Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy
Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, an International Journal

Grant Reviewing
Physiotherapy Research Foundation
MACP Research grants awards

Reviewing for scientific conferences/databases
WCPT Conference, June 2003 Barcelona, entitled 'Chiropractic, Osteopathy and Physiotherapy,
British School of Osteopathy
Anglo-European School of Chiropractic and School of Health, BOA October 2004


Research Related Internal Committee Membership
School Research Strategy Committee,
Faculty Research Strategy Committee

Registration on a Higher Degree Programme
Professional Doctorate in Physiotherapy, University of Brighton


Mrs Clare Pope
Reviewing for scientific conferences/databases
WCPT 2003

Ms Lucy Redhead
Journal Refereeing
Physiotherapy Journal
Manual Therapy: An international journal

Reviewer for scientific conferences/databases
WCPT 2003


Mrs Caroline Robinson
Journal Refereeing
British Journal of Podiatry

Awards & external appointments
Award pending for an Education grant from the Arthritis Research Campaign (arc) for a post-
registration education programme for Allied health Professionals in Rheumatology

Other activities
Commissioned by the Faculty of Podiatric Surgery,
Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, to draft a postgraduate programme for the education of
podiatric Surgeons.




Dr Gaynor Sadlo
Editorial board advisory board member
Education for Health,
Changes in Practice
Journal of Occupational Science

Journal Refereeing
British Journal of Occupational Therapy




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Education for Health
Journal of Occupational Science

Grant Reviewing
ESRC

Reviewing for scientific conferences/databases
Changing to Problem Based Learning

Research related external committee memberships
Member of European Network of Occupational Therapy in Therapy in
Higher Education) 1998 to date
Convener of UK Committee of Occupational Therapy Education
Directors (COTED) 2002 to date
Member of Occupational Science Symposium for Creativity & Health, University of Brighton
Director of International Collaboration for Problem Based Learning, PBL Directory, University of
Brighton

Research Related Internal Committee Membership
Co-chair, Education Group, CRC
School Research Strategy Committee

Other activities
Co-ordinator UK Committee of Occupational Therapy Education Directors
Member East Sussex Occupational Therapy Managers Group
Chair Sussex Occupational Therapy Group
Consultant PBL tutoring to facilitate Occupational Therapy Clinical Reasoning, Hogeschool van
Amsterdam, Erasmus Exchange Programme, July 2003


Angela Simmons
Reviewers for scientific conferences/databases
WCPT 2003


Mrs Jenny Smith
Journal refereeing
British Journal of Occupational Therapy


Dr Beatrice Sofaer
Journal refereeing
International Journal of Nursing Studies


Grant reviewing
Irish Research Health Board 2002
PPP Foundation
Health Foundation


Awards & external appointments
Visiting Professor, City University, London 2002 to date


Dr Kate Springett
Editorial board advisory board members
Journal of Tissue Viability

Journal Refereeing




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Clinical Evidence (BMJ publication)
British Journal of Podiatry
Journal of Tissue Viability
The Foot
Journal of Wound Care
Nursing Standard

Grant Reviewing
Podiatric Forum
British Occupational Health Research Foundation

Research related external committee membership
Member of the Podiatric Research Forum School Research Strategy Committee,

Research Related Internal Committee Membership
Faculty Research Strategy Committee
School Research Strategy Committee

Awards and external appointments
University of Brighton Innovation award for the Carbon Sock (with
Serge Mikholovsky) 2002

Other activities
Invited stakeholder on behalf of Tissue Viability Society for NICE reviews relevant to tissue viability
and diabetes


Dr Graham Stew
Reviewers for scientific conferences/databases
ILTHE

Research Related Internal Committee Membership
School Research Strategy Committee


Miss Nicola Todd
Registration on a Higher Degree Programme
MA, Academic Practice


Ms Marion Trew
Journal refereeing
Physiotherapy Journal
Manual Therapy: An international journal
Physiotherapy Theory and Practice Journal

Grant Reviewing
Physiotherapy Research Foundation
Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy Scholarship Committee
Scottish Office, Health Executive
Action Research
Manchester Health Authority R&D Office


Mrs Marilia Whittome
Registration on a Higher Degree Programme
MA Counselling Studies, (Research) University of Brighton


Mr Jon Wright




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Journal refereeing
Journal of Occupational Science
British Journal of Occupational Therapy

Research related external committee membership
Invited Delphi Panel Member, to develop a standard terminology for occupational therapy in the United
Kingdom

Registration on a Higher Degree Programme
PhD, Clinical Research Centre, University of Brighton




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Research Facilities


The Human Movement Laboratory, opened in 1998, forms an integral part of the Clinical Research
Centre. It is used widely in research carried out not only by members of the research centre, but also
by the School’s postgraduate and undergraduate students.

In addition, the state-of-the-art resources have been utilised by outside agencies when carrying out
laboratory based research.

Full details of each of these pieces of equipment can be found in our equipment booklet, which is
available from the Clinical Research Centre office.

The Research equipment currently held includes:
        - Biodex Multi headed Dynamometer
        - EMG Kistler Force plate
        - OSI CA6000 spine motion analyser
        - Sono ace 6000c diagnostic ultrasound
        - Musgrave footprint system
        - CODA mpx 30
        - VICON 3D motional analyser
        - EMED
        - Balance performance monitor
        - F-Scan insole system
        - Metamax portable metabolic test system
        - Micro Medical Spirometer Microloup 3535
        - Treadmill and cycle ergometer
       - Delsys Bagnoli Electromyography unit
       - Mega Electromyography unit
       - Biometrics digital torsiometers and goniometers


Research equipment currently being purchased using SRIF II Award: £200,000
 o     - Cosmed K4b² Portable Metabolic System
       - Trainair Ultra Kit
       - Trainair mouthpieces
       - Mouth Pressure Meter
       - Spirometry Kit
       - Calibration Syringe
       - Biodex System 3 Pro
       - OR6-7MA Force Platform (internal amp)
       - Mounting frame
       - Cable (plate to amplifier)
       - A/D Box and cables
       - Musculoskeletal ultrasound imaging system with high-
         frequency probes
       - Fukuda portable colour Doppler ultrasound imaging system
       - Logiq 100 portable black and white ultrasound imaging system
       - Musculoskeletal ultrasound imaging system with high-
         frequency probes
       - Somedic Vibrameter
       - EMG (Biometrics) system including eletro-goniometers
       - Vascular Assist.
       - GAITRITE




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Academic and research links with other centres and agencies


The Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions has substantial and significant links with various
institutions throughout the world, health trusts and various agencies. In addition, within the Faculty of
Health, it values its formal links, both in terms of academic supervision and research collaboration, via
the Research Strategy Committee, with the active research centres of Health and Social Policy, the
Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research, the Centre for Health Care Research and the Medical
School.

Also, within the University of Brighton, the research centre values its research supervisory and
academic links with the Faculty of Education, Sport and Leisure (Chelsea School), the Faculty of
Science and Engineering and the Faculty of Information Technology, Brighton and Sussex Universities
Medical School.



Links with local organisations and trusts

Active research and academic links have been established with the following local organisations:


- Age Concern, Eastbourne

- Chailey Heritage Rehabilitation Centre

- Eastbourne County Hospital Trust

- East Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust – Eastbourne District General Hospital & Conquest Hospital,
  Hastings

- Eastbourne County Health Care Trust

- Help the Aged, Eastbourne

- Maidstone Hospitals NHS Trust

- South Downs Primary Care Trust

- South Thames Musculoskeletal – Physiotherapy Special interest group

- Worthing and Southlands NHS Trust

- Brighton & Sussex University Hospital Trust




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Links with national organisations and trusts

In addition to these local links, the research centre values its links with the following national academic
institutions, NHS trusts and industrial/commercial organisations



Anglia Polytechnic University                       British Osteopathic Association
Christchurch College, Canterbury                    City University, London
College of Oriental Medicine, East Grinstead        Convatec Limited

Department of Medical Electronics, University       Dept. of R&D, Scholl
of Kent, Canterbury
General Osteopathic Council                         European School of Osteopathy, Maidstone
Ghent Health Sciences School                        Dept. of R&D, Clarks International
Guys Hospital, London                               Department of Pathology, University of
                                                    Cambridge
Karomed Limited                                     Faculty of Health, University of the West of
                                                    England
Leeds University                                    Imperial College, London
London School of Osteopathy                         Institute of Education, London
National Spinal Injuries Centre                     International College of Oriental Medicine
Physiotherapy Group, Kings College London           Oxford University
                                                    Physiotherapy Group, Kings College London
Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh        School of Healthcare, Oxford Brookes
                                                    University
Queen Mary & Westfield College                      St Georges Hospital
Royal Veterinary College, London                    University of Bournemouth
Science Faculty, Brunel University                  University of Dundee
St Albans City Hospital                             University of Kent at Canterbury
University of Sheffield                             University of Warwick
University of Southampton                           West Ham Football Club




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Links with International Institutions

Links have been successfully established with the following institutions throughout the world.

Charles Sturt University, New South Wales         Curtin University, Australia
Australia

Hebrew University, Jerusalem                      Hogeschool van Amsterdam
                                                  Amsterdam, Netherlands

Karolinska Institute, Sweden                      La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

Northern Arizona University, USA                  Lund University, Sweden

School of Occupational Therapy, Naevsted,         School of Physiotherapy, Copenhagen,
Denmark                                           Denmark

Springfield Medical School, South Illinois, USA   University of Canterbury, Christchurch,
                                                  New Zealand
University of Alberta, Canada
University of Sydney, Australia                   University of Queensland, Australia

University of Tampare, Finland                    University of Tel Aviv

In addition to the above institutions, academic links also exist with Departments of Podiatry in South
Africa, New Zealand and Canada.




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