Lecturer in Physiotherapy (Neurological)

University of Bradford - Faculty of Health Studies, Allied Health Professions

We are seeking to appoint a motivated and innovative Lecturer to this post with experience in neurological physiotherapy or with a broad physiotherapy background. You will need to be a HCPC registered Physiotherapist. You should be able to demonstrate your own academic and rehabilitation/clinical expertise within a learning environment in order to make a significant contribution to the education and preparation of students within the School and across the Faculty.

The Physiotherapy team are number 2 in the UK wide Complete University Guide 2018. Our BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy and new MPhysiotherapy (Sport & Exercise Medicine) programmes, aim to develop knowledgeable, competent and considerate Physiotherapists able to work with patients and members of the public across the diversity of the physiotherapy profession. The awards sit within the School of Allied Health Professions and Sport which has a very strong portfolio of education provision at undergraduate and postgraduate level for a range of health professionals.

The Physiotherapy team are number 2 in the UK wide Complete University Guide 2018. Information about the School of Allied Health Professions and Sport The School brings together an enthusiastic, experienced and knowledgeable multidisciplinary team who currently deliver undergraduate Physiotherapy, Occupational therapy and Radiography programmes with complementary post graduate awards and continuing professional development (CPD). We provide a Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation clinic to the University and local community and the first dedicated student-supervised neurological physiotherapy clinic in the UK (http://www.csp.org.uk/frontline/article/spotlight-physio-case-studies) .

Students and staff in the School have provided sports massage and physical therapy for a number of local sporting event including the Bradford 5k and 10k run, The Bradford summer basketball camp and several International Olympic and Paralympic training camps in the run up to the 2012 London Olympics. The University and Faculty have practice links in a growing number of clinical and sporting areas and are continually working to expand and develop these. The BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy and MPhysiotherapy (Sport and Exercise Medicine) Programmes have been approved by the HCPC and accredited by the CSP. For further background information on the School of Allied Health Professions and Sport visit our website; www.bradford.ac.uk/health/index

Contact details - Dr Anita Sargeant, Head of the School of Allied Health Professions, a.r.sargeant@bradford.ac.uk  tel: 01274 235994 

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