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Physiotherapy Student Publishes Article in the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists (APCP) JournalPosted on 15 January 2017 Ben Reader, a 3rd year Physio student, has published an article in a recent issue of the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists (APCP) Journal.
Dr Jackie Waterfield Chairs at CSP Event and Participates in Discussion PanelPosted on 20 March 2017 Earlier this month, Dr Jackie Waterfield chaired a Roundtable event at the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Headquarters in London entitled: Practice-based learning: building capacity, ensuring supply. Dr Waterfield was also invited to participate in a panel discussion at the CSP 2017 Annual Representatives Conference, in Manchester
SHAR Welcome Dr. Kanda ChaipinyoPosted on 29 March 2017 Dr Sue Hunter and colleagues in the School of Health and Rehabilitation recently welcomed Dr. Kanda Chaipinyo as a visitor to SHAR.
Tim Smale Invited to Present at the Blackboard Teaching and Learning ConferencePosted on 05 April 2017 Tim Smale (Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences) was invited to present his work to an international audience at the Blackboard Teaching and Learning Conference in Milan, Italy on Thursday 23rd March.
Innovation Investment at SHARPosted on 21 May 2017 Recently the School of Health and Rehabilitation was awarded funds for two successful innovation bids made by Benn Digweed and Tim Smale.
Dr Jackie Waterfield Visits Otaga UniversityPosted on 22 May 2017 Dr Jackie Waterfield recently returned from a visit to Otaga University in New Zealand where as part of National Teaching Fellow Award she explored the ongoing debate around the level of ‘qualifying’ health programmes and practice based experience.
SHAR Celebrates Number 1 ranking for Health Professions in the Guardian University Guide 2018Posted on 25 May 2017 The School of Health and Rehabilitation has been ranked number 1 for health professions in the Guardian University Guide 2018, climbing 3 places from 2017 to achieve the top spot.
SHAR Hosts Inaugural Evening Showcasing Physiotherapy ResearchPosted on 13 June 2017 The School of Health and Rehabilitation (SHAR) in partnership with the Keele Physiotherapy Society recently hosted an inaugural evening showcasing current, innovative research being carried out by differing members of staff from the school.
SHAR Welcome Mrs Heather AlfordPosted on 20 June 2017 Recently SHAR welcomed Mrs Heather Alford (Retired Physiotherapist) to speak to our 3rd year students about her work over the past decade in Nepal as part of The Leprosy Mission.
Dr Sue Hunter Delivers Physiotherapy Workshops In New ZealandPosted on 10 July 2017 Dr Sue Hunter from the School of Health and Rehabilitation has recently returned from New Zealand having been invited to deliver workshops based on her research at the St John of God Hospital in Christchurch and in the School of Physiotherapy at Otago University in Dunedin
SHAR Hosts Annual Clinical Liaison DayPosted on 24 July 2017 The School of Health and Rehabilitation recently held its annual ‘Clinical Liaison Day’ for practice educators and external stakeholders which offers the opportunity to share good practice and feedback on new developments.
Keele Academics Invited To Rehab Week 2017Posted on 02 August 2017
Professor Anand Pandyan, School of Health and Rehabilitation and Dr Ed Chadwick from the Institute for Science and Technology in Medicine joined Mr Simon Pickard from the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital (RJAH) to present an invited session on recent advances in surgical rehabilitation and functional restoration for the upper limb in spinal cord injury at Rehab Week 2017.