Biography

Anirban is a Chartered Physiotherapist and he completed bachelor’s degree at Calcutta University in India (2002) and a master’s degree at University of Otago in New Zealand (2009) and his PhD at the University of Nottingham, UK (2019). He clinically worked in various settings in different countries and mainly in the field of musculoskeletal, orthopaedic and acute sports rehabilitation. He also worked as a clinical manager in the NHS service, where he still fortnightly runs musculoskeletal and pain clinic.

Anirban joined to Keele University in April 2020 from another HEI. His present role includes teaching musculoskeletal physiotherapy, research methods, and supervision. Anirban is also committed to doing weekly clinical work and some clinical governance at Keele University Physiotherapy Clinic.

Anirban’s present research interests are low back pain, chronic pain, sports injuries, and pedagogical research.

Selected Publications

  • Blake H, Banerjee A, Evans C. 2018. Employer attitudes towards general health checks and HIV testing in the workplace. Public Health, 34-43, vol. 156. doi>
  • Banerjee A, Hendrick P, Bhattacharjee P, Blake H. 2017. A systematic review of outcome measures utilised to assess self-management in clinical trials in patients with chronic pain. Patient Education and Counseling, 767-778, vol. 101(5). doi>
  • Bastounis A, Callaghan P, Banerjee A, Michail M. 2016. The effectiveness of the Penn Resiliency Programme (PRP) and its adapted versions in reducing depression and anxiety and improving explanatory style: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Adolescence, 37-48, vol. 52. doi>
  • Han F, Banerjee A, Shen L, Krishna L. 2015. Increased Compliance With Supervised Rehabilitation Improves Functional Outcome and Return to Sport After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in Recreational Athletes. Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine, 232596711562077, vol. 3(12). doi>
  • McGarry J, Baker C, Wilson C, Felton A, Banerjee A. 2015. Preparation for safeguarding in UK pre-registration graduate nurse education. The Journal of Adult Protection, 371-379, vol. 17(6). doi>

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Journal Articles

  • Blake H, Banerjee A, Evans C. 2018. Employer attitudes towards general health checks and HIV testing in the workplace. Public Health, 34-43, vol. 156. doi>
  • Banerjee A, Hendrick P, Bhattacharjee P, Blake H. 2017. A systematic review of outcome measures utilised to assess self-management in clinical trials in patients with chronic pain. Patient Education and Counseling, 767-778, vol. 101(5). doi>
  • Bastounis A, Callaghan P, Banerjee A, Michail M. 2016. The effectiveness of the Penn Resiliency Programme (PRP) and its adapted versions in reducing depression and anxiety and improving explanatory style: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Adolescence, 37-48, vol. 52. doi>
  • Han F, Banerjee A, Shen L, Krishna L. 2015. Increased Compliance With Supervised Rehabilitation Improves Functional Outcome and Return to Sport After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in Recreational Athletes. Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine, 232596711562077, vol. 3(12). doi>
  • McGarry J, Baker C, Wilson C, Felton A, Banerjee A. 2015. Preparation for safeguarding in UK pre-registration graduate nurse education. The Journal of Adult Protection, 371-379, vol. 17(6). doi>
  • Sivayogam A and Banerjee A. 2011. Diagnostic performance of clinical tests for sacroiliac joint pain. Physical Therapy Reviews, 462-467, vol. 16(6). doi>
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