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Qualifications

Master of Chiropractic
PGCert Research
PSDA (Post graduate skills development award)
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

About

I am a lecturer, module leader and a Master of Chiropractic graduate from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic at the University of South Wales. I am also course leader for the PGDip/MSc Rheumatology degree programme at UoSW in association with Learna LTD. I am also an international consultant for nursing MSc/PhD students during their pain management modules at the University of Pardubice, Czech Republic. have also completed a PGCert in research, PSDA award, and senior fellowship of the HEA.

Experience

I have been teaching 2nd year Chiropractic technique classes for the last 4 academic years, with occasional involvement in 3rd year technique classes. This has also enabled me to mark viva examinations at both 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate level. I have assisted a number of undergraduate Chiropractic students with their research projects and dissertations. During the last 2 academic years I have been teaching statistics using SPSS to 3rd year Chiropractic students. Since 2014 I have been module leader for General Diagnosis. I am also module leader for Evidence Based Diagnosis and Clinical Evidence, as well as Research for Chiropractic students. I am also the course leader for PGDip/MSc Rheumatology, which involved course design, content creation and validation procedures.

Responsibilities

Teaching, module development, leadership, research

Memberships

GCC
UCU
PRINCE2

External

Captain of a local darts team, social secretary for a local football team, assistant coach for a local football team, vice chairman of a local golf society

Consultancy

Pain management – Pardubice University

Research

Raynaud’s disease – aetiology, symptom provocation, materials testing

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