Geoff is a lecturer in occupational therapy, course lead for the Bsc (hons) occupational apprenticeship programme and practice placement coordinator.
He was a former student at Teesside University and qualified in 2010. Geoff has worked in numerous clinical areas such as stroke rehabilitation, general medicine and safeguarding. Geoff has an expertise in housing and social care and project lead in 2013 on the implementation of a social housing occupational therapy service in a local authority. The service is now embedded in the local authorities social care services.
Geoff also has a keen interest in capacity and deprivation of liberty, he is a qualified best interest assessor and is keen to coninue to pursue this area.
Geoff teaches across several topics such professional practice, practice placement preperation and professional body guidance.
BSc(hons) Occuaptional Therapy Apprenticeship Programme course lead
Practice Placement Tutor
Module lead on the following modules:
Facilitating Independence and Inclusitivity
BSc Novice Practice Placement
Principles of Recovery and Rehabilitation in Health Care
An Introduction to Academic and Evidence Based Practice
Msc Novice Practice Placement
MSc Intermediate Practice Placement
Working towards Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Educatiion - 2020-2022
BSc(Hons) Occupational Therapy 2007-2010
Best Interest Assessor qualification
Submitted, accepted and presented at the Royal College of Occupatatinal Therapy 2021 conference on the topic 'The New Normal: Enhancing Practice Placements in a Virtual World'
Learning and Teaching Interests and Activities
Practice Placement Preperation
Moving and Handling
Assistive Equipment Aids
Award Date: 30 Nov 2017
Bachelor, Teesside University
Award Date: 30 Jun 2010