Staff Directory

Me

Contact Details

Log in to update your profile

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 senior 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 and PGDip/MSc Pain Management degree programmes at UoSW in association with Learna LTD/Diploma MSc. 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 7 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 4 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, and Pain Management, which involved course design, content creation and validation procedures. More recently I have developed a number of technological initiatives using digital platforms to enhance teaching and learning.

Responsibilities

Teaching, module development, leadership, research, technology integration

Publications

Clegg, D, Du Rose, A & Byfield, D (2018), ‘The Effect of Psychomotor Skills Training Feedback Using Video Enhanced Observations (VEO) on VIVA Outcomes: Platform Presentation’ WFC/ACC 10th Chiropractic Education Conference, London, United Kingdom, 24/10/18 – 27/10/18. (Abstract Accepted 9/7/2018)

Clegg, D, Du Rose, A & Byfield, D (2018), ‘Using a Video Enhanced Observation (VEO) Platform to Enhance Feedback for Psychomotor Skills Training: Workshop’ WFC/ACC 10th Chiropractic Education Conference, London, United Kingdom, 24/10/18 – 27/10/18. (Abstract Accepted 9/7/2018)

Clegg, D & Whitcombe, D (2018) ‘Reinforcing Conceptual Learning in Chiropractic Education: Real-time Decision Making Using a Simulated Patient Encounter: Innovations Panel’ WFC/ACC 10th Chiropractic Education Conference, London, United Kingdom, 24/10/18 – 27/10/18. (Abstract Accepted 9/7/2018)

Clegg, D, Du Rose, A, Byfield, D, Coll, A-M, Parsons, G & Jones, C (2018) ‘Using Video Enhanced Observations (VEO) to Enhance Psychomotor Skills Training: A Mixed Methodology Study’ USW FLSE Research Conference, Treforest, United Kingdom, 25/04/18.

Clegg, D, Du Rose, A, Coll, A-M, Parsons, G & Jones, C (2018) ‘Simultaneously Implementing Multiple Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Platforms into a Higher Education Programme: Student Perceptions, Experiences and Feedback’ USW FLSE Research Conference, Treforest, United Kingdom, 25/04/18.

Clegg, D & Whitcombe, D (2018) ‘“Hydrapractic”: A Uniquely Innovative way to Educate and Inspire Initiative in Chiropractic Students, using Police and Emergency Services Training Tools’ USW FLSE Research Conference, Treforest, United Kingdom, 25/04/18.

Clegg, D, Du Rose, A & Byfield, D (2018) ‘The Relationship Between Video Enhanced Observations and Viva Examination Performance in Second Year Chiropractic Undergraduate Students: A Cross Sectional Cohort Study’ ECU Convention Budapest, 23/05/18 – 27/05/18.

Clegg, D & Whitcombe, D (2018) ‘The ’Hydrapractic’ Initiative: Innovative and Immersive Learning for Chiropractic Students, Using Police and Emergency Services Training Tools’ ECU Convention Budapest, 23/05/18 – 27/05/18.

Clegg, D & McCarthy, P (2013) ‘Recovery Profiles of Infrared Emissions from Human Hands Following a Quantifiable Provocation Challenge’. 37th World Congress of the International Union of Physiological Sciences Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 21/07/2013 – 26/07/2013.

Clegg, D & McCarthy, P. (2013) ‘Novel Approaches to the Non-invasive Treatment and Symptom Quantification of Raynaud’s Disease – The Evolution of a Research Project’. Post Graduate Research Day, University of Glamorgan, April 2013

Clegg, D, McCarthy, P, Heusch, AI & McCarthy, L (2012) ‘A Novel Approach to the Detection and Treatment of Raynaud’s Phenomenon: Using Non-invasive Methods’. Post Graduate Research Day, University of Glamorgan, April 2012

Memberships

GCC
UCU
PRINCE2

Consultancy

Pain management – Pardubice University

Research

Raynaud’s disease – aetiology, symptom provocation, materials testing
Technology Enhanced Learning
Evidence Informed Teaching

If you are a journalist on deadline and you need to speak with a member of university staff with particular expertise, please contact the Press Office.